When I travelled to Netherlands and Belgium last week, I wasn't able to follow the Intermittent Fasting routine and it really hurt.Travelling with a toddler, covering two countries and a few cities in 10 days, coupled with different food choices that each one of us has - though I must admit, I am given the first preference always, it's still difficult and vegan food isn't accessible at all times at all places. But I am happy to share that though, the fasting routine was compromised since we left Konstanz, I was back to it after few days and was also absolutely lucky to have savoured some authentic local vegan cusines at Bruges
This is Chef's stew - with wakame, kombu, miso, saffron, carrot, potato, tofu, tomato and fennel, prepared by the restaurant owner himself who is also the only chef, who runs the restaurant along with his wife and has two lovely children whose photographs you will be able to see everywhere very aesthetically placed amidst the other stuffs.
What I particularly loved about this place apart from the yummy sumptuous stew, is the way this wonderful couple just seamlessly managed everything, working harder to make their customers( who they also call their stakeholders) happy which would ensure they get food on the table at home and send their son and daughter to school. First time ever, I have felt so connected without speaking much to a family, who is very much like us, who have similar goals like us. God bless the family
Unfortunately I do not have any pictures to put up here. But I would definitely recommend this place to everyone who is Vegan and comes to Bruges, because I am certainly going to back again for another pot full of meal soon.
What about you ? Have you ever felt so connected with families who you happen to meet during your travels ? Please share in COMMENTS