Enjoy the authentic flavours of Italian cuisine with a plant-based twist as Amsterdam's first vegan Italian restaurant gets set to open this weekend.
Amsterdam has a range of speciality vegan eateries serving up a tasty array of dishes to hungry folks, including a plant-based sushi restaurant, several junk food joints and even a vegan gluten-free pizzeria.
But from February 1st there is a new place in town – Trevi’s Amsterdam – the city’s first all-vegan Italian restaurant.
Trevi’s creator, chef and owner Salah is of Moroccan-Italian descent and grew up in Treviso, Italy which means all of the dishes on the menu he creates are authentically Italian with a plant-based twist. His specialities, which include cashew-based Parmesan cheese, Italian bread and olive-pesto, are well worth trying.
The restaurant menu is filled with smaller items including antipasti and paninis that are perfect for sharing over a glass of wine, whilst the mains menu features a wide selection of pizza and pasta dishes. You’ll even find a chocolate pizza on the dessert menu!
For genuine Italian quality, Trevi’s flour is imported from Italy and their pizza dough rests for 72 hours to ensure crunchy bases topped with fresh ingredients. Trevi’s also sells a range of authentic Italian products to take away for preparing and eating at home.
Trevi’s is located on Pijnackerstraat in the Pijp, a short walk from the line 52 metro station (Pijp) or tram 12 (stop Cornelis Troostplein).
They open Monday and Tuesday from 4pm to 10pm, and Wednesday to Sunday from 1pm until 10pm. At present they have no licence for serving alcohol but soft drinks are available. Their food is also available for home delivery.