Reducing our consumption and waste is essential for preserving the planet’s resources and creating a sustainable future.
Reusing items extends their lifespan, reduces waste, and promotes a circular economy that minimises our environmental footprint.
Recycling materials helps conserve resources and contributes to a more sustainable and environmentally responsible world.
At our bar, we take pride in our commitment to sustainability by serving drinks in glasses crafted from upcycled bottles, lovingly created by local entrepreneurs. It brings a unique aesthetic to our bar, adding an extra touch of character and eco-consciousness to every sip.
Vegetarian & vegan options
Indulge in a world of delectable flavours with our extensive range of vegetarian and vegan options. Whether you’re a committed vegetarian or simply seeking a veggie adventure, our menu will leave you satisfied, inspired, and craving more. Get ready to experience a plant-powered paradise that will make you forget all about meaty temptations!
‘Green’ is the new ‘Black’. Constantly looking for new ways to reduce waste and our footprint, we installed a waste management system where we sort all our rubbish in 6 categories: paper, glass, organic waste, plastics, processed food, and all non-recyclable waste. We noticed a serious drop down in our garbage footprint since we started separating
No to the plastic straw
Say goodbye to the plastic straw and embrace a sip of sustainability! Join the movement to protect our oceans and sip our Ugandan Gin & Tonic in style with our inox straws that will leave you feeling guilt-free, and your taste buds tickled with delight. Cheers to a straw-tastically plastic-free future!
Happy chickens, healthy eggs
We prioritise the well-being of our chickens, providing them with room in fresh air. By ensuring their happiness and allowing them to express their natural behaviours, we use eggs that are not only delicious but also packed with nutritional goodness.
Happiness is homemade
The kitchen’s specialty is homemade everything; from cake, cookies, and jam to freshly baked bread. Locally bought and produced fruits and vegetables are a fixed value in the ViaVia kitchen. So, the use of good and fresh ingredients can be ensured.
Palm Oil Free
Palm oil is a big contributor to deforestation which in turn contributes to global warming. By avoiding palm oil in the ViaVia kitchen, we show we do not agree with these problematic aspects of palm oil production, and we do not contribute to them.