Bad Hunter | Vegetarian Restaurant
Vegetarian Restaurant
vegetarian food, veggie
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WHO WE ARE

We are 100% Healthy Vegetarian

WE ARE FRESH

The dishes are neither fried, roasted, baked or grilled, but merely steamed. #SteamedNotFried. Every dish, juice and smoothie is freshly prepared.

WE ARE NATURAL

We minimise the use of salt in our dishes, and only use natural sugars such as honey and maple syrup. This leaves the meals in their most natural and tasteful form.

WE ARE CREATIVE

 We bring “healthy” to a new level and offer tasty, fun and colorful dishes.

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Our Mission

Bad Hunter melds a neighborhood atmosphere with tasty, nutritious vegetarian meals.

We enjoy mixing and matching grains, nuts, vegetables, fruits, dairy products and eggs to maximize taste, texture and nutrition.

 

We are a 100% vegetarian restaurant focused on nutritionally dense food served fast. At Bad Hunter we strive to be a catalyst for positive change, promoting a health-conscious mindset through the distillation of information about a for a healthy, balanced lifestyle.

WHY BAD HUNTER?

It is said that the word “vegetarian” comes from an ancient language meaning “bad hunter.”

The bad hunter didn’t have the strength and speed necessary for hunting, so he had to make his dinners without meat. Necessity, in this case, was the mother of incredible culinary creativity and he soon became known far and wide for his fantastic feasts.
 
In a story with a bit more plausibility, the word “Vegetarian” is based on the Latin word “vegetus” meaning “whole”, “sound”, “fresh,” or “lively” with “vegetarian” itself referring to a mentally and physically sound person with a balanced philosophy and sense of life. At Bad Hunter we subscribe to both traditions.