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Vegetarisches / Veganes Restaurant

Milas Vegetarian

Von 18 Einheimischen empfohlen · Geschätzter Preis 2 von 4 ·

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Mita & Andrew
Mita & Andrew
May 7, 2019
[15 min drive] Esp. if you are vegetarian and into organic farming, this is a must go- and check out the local street children shop there.
Endah
Endah
October 14, 2018
If you like vegetarian food - this is the best place in Yogyakarta
Delima
Delima
August 20, 2018
Vegetarian restaurant with an organic vegetable garden, multilingual library, and handicraft shop. nice & chill space. service can be slow. open from 3pm-9pm, close on Monday
Pondok
Pondok
May 30, 2018
The best vegan restaurant in town
Omah
Omah
May 24, 2018
the best vegetarian resto in town

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Italienisches Restaurant
“In the South of the city, and one more location more central, but we always go to the south. Al fresco garden style dining. Really nice thin crust pizzas. And a complete Italian menu. Also serve beer. Our favorite pizza place.”
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Restaurant
“Place where we usually hang out and drink. It's a cali-mexican place. Best part is that they serve cold beer and the owners are cool people!”
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Polizeistation
“Once upon a time, the south central part of Java was an Islamic kingdom called Mataram. This kingdom was centered in Kota Gede, Yogyakarta Special Region and then moved to Kerta, Plered, Kartasura and Surakarta. Internal conflicts and Dutch colonial intervention triggered the break-up of the leadership of the Mataram Kingdom. Disputes arose from two schools, namely Prabasuyasa or Pakubuwana III with Raden Mas Said and Mangkubumi. After a long period of conflict, they finally agreed to sign the Giyanti agreement. The Giyanti Agreement was signed on February 13, 1755. In this agreement, the Mataram kingdom will be divided into two parts. The Surakarta Hadiningrat Sunanate is led by Pakubuwana III. Meanwhile, the Sultanate Ngayogyakarta led by Mangkubumi with a lane I . The territory of the Ngayogyakarta Sultanate is the city of Yogja and its surroundings, Pajang, Demak, Kulonprogo, Gunung Kidul and its surroundings. That is the history of the Yogyakarta Palace. We know that there are two Javanese sultanates, namely Keraton Yojga and Keraton Surakarta. This is often heard during a study tour to Yogja and its surroundings. Both have distinctive and distinct characteristics and cultures including dress code, customs, language, gamelan, dances, and so on. All of that is now a special attraction that continues to be preserved.”
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Café
“nice cafe/restaurant, sometimes they held art exhibitions, performances, book discussions”
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Telefonnummer(0274) 7423399
Buchungen
Ja
Kreditkarten
Nein
Sitzplätze im Freien
Ja
Speisekarten
Brunch, mittagessen, abendessen
Speisemöglichkeiten
Kein Lieferservice
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