Veggies On Fire is a vegan restaurant in The Hague's Regentessekwartier. When the restaurant opened in 2013, it was the first vegan restaurant in The Netherlands. The owners want to prevent unnecessary animal suffering with their business. The restaurant itself is cosy, personal, and has a homey atmosphere. The meals that are served are sophisticated gourmet meals.
Veggies on Fire is a sustainable restaurant because it only uses plant-based products in their meals. In doing so, they combat biodiversity loss and do not contribute to animal suffering. Furthermore, the usage of plant-based products leads to a reduction of CO2 emissions, which are emitted during the production of animal products. This ensures sustainable consumption, whilst also combatting the human influence on climate change.
Responsible Consumption and Production: Veggies on Fire prepares all food in the restaurant itself and does not use any semi-manufactured products.
Climate Action: Veggies on Fire exclusively serves vegan food, thereby minimize the carbon footprint of the food they serve.
Life on Land: Veggies on Fire exclusively serves vegan meals, so lessland is required for the production oftheir food, as meat production requires more land than the production of plant-based products.