DETAILS OF THE TOURIST ATTRACTION

Category: Gastronomy
Zielony Most

Zielony Most to pierwsze w naszym mieście w 100% wegańskie bistro. Stawiamy nie tylko na etyczny aspekt weganizmu, ale również prozdrowotny. Chcemy, byście wychodząc od nas czuli się dobrze, świeżo i lekko.

Nasze bistro powstało z pasji do roślinnej kuchni i przekonania, że możliwe jest życie i jedzenie zarówno bez zbędnego okrucieństwa wobec zwierząt i bez kulinarnych wyrzeczeń i ascezy.

Jako pierwsze w Katowicach w 100 procentach wegańskie bistro, serwujemy jedzenie, które sami na co dzień preferujemy – zdrowe (z miejscem na rozpustne desery), kolorowe, dobrze przyprawione i różnorodne. Stawiamy na jakość używanych produktów, co wpływa zarówno na walory smakowe, jak i zdrowotne potraw. Opieramy swoją kuchnię na produktach lokalnych i sezonowych. Chcemy stworzyć miejsce, w którym nie tylko dobrze zjecie, ale też spędzicie miło czas. Kontakt z gośćmi, uśmiech i rozmowa mają dla nas ogromne znaczenie. Miłość do zwierząt, to przecież także miłość do ludzi, o czym nie zapominamy. U nas nie musicie pytać o skład potraw – używamy wyłącznie składników pochodzenia roślinnego, a dania bezglutenowe wyraźnie oznaczamy w menu. Zapraszamy także z psami – na każdego czworonożnego gościa czeka u na miska z wodą i wegański poczęstunek.

Nasza kuchnia:

  • to w 100% produkty roślinne
  • bez sztucznych wzmacniaczy smaku, barwników i słodzików
  • pełna ziół i naturalnych przypraw
  • z dużą ilością błonnika pozytywnie wpływającego na sylwetkę ciała
  • prozdrowotna (wg badań dr T. Collina Cambella i Waltera C. Willetta)
  • zgodna z 4 porami roku (preferujemy świeże owoce i warzywa typowe dla danej pory roku)
  • etyczna (przygotowywane potrawy nie narażają innych istot na cierpienie)
  • dla wszystkich poszukujących nowych wrażeń dla podniebienia
  • do przygotowywania potraw używamy oleju kokosowego oraz oliwy z oliwek z rodzinnych greckich plantacji oliwek

Zapisz

Location
street Słowackiego 12 1
Katowice
Katowice
Silesia
in the city/town
General Information
: restaurant
: Polish, vegetarian, healthy food
Contact data
: 533 739 595
: bistrowege@gmail.com
: www.zielonymost.katowice.pl
Prices & amenities
: we accept pets, we accept payments, we accept card payments, others, non-smoking place, amenities for children
Availability
: whole year

Godziny otwarcia:

  • poniedziałek - czwartek: 11:00 -20:00
  • piątek - sobota: 11:00 - 21:00
  • niedziela: 11:00 - 20:00
: dania na wynos, Wi-Fi
Attractions
Routes
Galleries

City audio tours

Description forthcoming
Zapraszamy na audiowycieczkę po Katowicach!
We invite you to an audio tour of Katowice.

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