Green spots in Groningen

Groningen is bursting with green. Think of the Noorderplantsoen, the Stadspark and the Prinsentuin. But what about eating and drinking green in Groningen?
Savoring and enjoying organically and responsibly is possible at many different locations throughout Groningen. We have compiled a list of different places for you to try.

Brasserie Groen

Honest and pure food: that is what the Brasserie Groen is about. The cooks work with organic and local products and everything put on the table has been made fresh and in house. Situated at the Carolieweg, the Brasserie is in a lively shopping street. However, the acoustics in the Brasserie create a quiet, calm setting for its guests.
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Feel Good

"Ontdek écht eten": the credo of Feel Good, which translates to “discover real food”, stands for pure and pesticide free food. The cook has a preference for organic and locally sourced products. During the purchasing and processing of ingredients, the environment is taken into account. And for the guests with allergies, a gluten, sugar, nut or lactose free meal is served in a jiffy.
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Anat

At the edge of the Noorderplantsoen is where you can find Anat, a breakfast and lunch café, where the food completely plant based, organic and sugar free. The colorful and enjoyable former student house was redone with the help of crowd funding. At Anat you can enjoy your breakfast or lunch on the spot, or you can take your food away to find a serene spot in the Noorderplantsoen on a sunny day.
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Wadapartja

Fairly recently, Wadapartja has established itself in the monumental building on the Gedempte Zuiderdiep. Wadapartja has a rightful place on the list of the greenest spots in Groningen, as the growth and bloom in its own vegetable garden dictates the menu every day. Wadapartja has the aim to waste as little food as possible and choose organic products. On top of that, everything in the store, from the table to the coffee beans, can be bought.
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