Golden Temple Vegetarian Restaurant
Golden Temple Vegetarian Restaurant. At Golden Temple they don’t use meat, fish or eggs in their recipes. They only use fruit, vegetables, grains & beans, and sometimes dairy products in the lacto-vegetarian recipes.
The restaurant tries to adapt its cuisine as much as possible to the real needs of the body. In keeping with its motivation to offer the most conscious delicious cuisine to a wide variety of dietary preferences, they now have a selection of raw and living foods available!
Golden Temple restaurant is named after the famous Sikh temple in Amritsar, North India. The Indian temple has 4 doors, which symbolizes openness. This means that everyone, of whatever religion, is always welcome. Moreover, it runs one of the largest kitchens in the world, to serve the 100.000 daily visitors a free vegetarian meal.
The road from that Golden Temple in India to the conscious kitchen of the Golden Temple Vegetarian Restaurant in Amsterdam leads through yoga, meditation, and food preparation which emphasizes natural and practical vegetarian food, to encourage a unity of body and mind. For more Vegan and Vegetarian options go here