9x Restaurants in Woensel-West
Could you use some inspiration when it comes to restaurants? Then head off to Woensel-West. This neighborhood has gone through a transformation in recent years, hence why all kinds of food hotspots are establishing themselves here. Check out these nine restaurants in the area!
Ready to hit the road? Start off with breakfast at one of the following spots.
When owners Zohra and Niels returned from a long journey in South-East Asia, they took some important wisdom with them: the world could use some love. That's why breakfast (or lunch) at this coffee bar is completely vegan. A few easy swaps: a toast with plant-based cheese and a cappuccino with oat milk. You could say Jungle Café is both a tasty and responsible choice!
On the Kruisstraat, you can get a slightly different breakfast than you're used to at the Hizmet. You should definitely try a sandwich or traditional borek, a puff pastry filled with spinach, minced meat, or potato, at this popular bakery. People start queuing early in the morning, so get there on time!
Coffee & Sweets
Craving a sweet breakfast? Then visit Coffee & Sweets in Woensel-West. Here you can enjoy a Morrocan breakfast including espresso's, sweet tea, smoothies, waffles, and muesli. Are you hungry yet?
Find some nice food hot-spots in Woensel-West!
We’ve checked off breakfast, so let’s start looking for a nice lunch spot! We suggest booking a table at the following spots.
Van Alles en Co
At Van Alles en Co, you’ll find a bit of everything. Stop here for a coffee or two and be sure to stay for lunch. Around noon they serve everything from a healthy bite to guilty pleasures. What makes this place extra special is the decor. The interior is an eclectic collection of vintage and is also for sale!
YATVA may be known as the vintage Walhalla of Eindhoven, but after a morning digging around you might be in need of a good lunch. Lucky for you, YATVA has it all. After your cup of coffee a piece of cake, or a sandwich, you can happily dive back into the piles of vintage. After that, we suggest staying around for a glass of wine on the terrace.
At this vegetarian Middle Eastern restaurant, they are, as the name suggests, very good at preparing falafel. This Arabic specialty is made from chickpeas and you can get them in a pita. But Falafel Masters has even more on the menu! Stews, soups, and all kinds of (vegan) sweets. The perfect place for your lunch break.