Vegan food is the biggest and the most fashionable trend of 2018. Entering the new year, restaurants have begun serving an increasing selection of vegan options for those craving the guilt free flavours.
Below is a list of Liverpool’s finest restaurants which serve vegan food, perfect for anyone wanting to experience an organic meal and try new things or for those that love enjoying a nice meal out but struggle to find dishes that fit their criteria.
Down The Hatch
Introducing the newest trend, ‘Vegan Junk Food.’ Down The Hatch is first restaurant on board, creating a selection of people’s favourite junk food with a massive vegan twist. You can choose from a selection of vegan chicken, vegan burgers and even vegan Mac N Cheese.
As hard as it is to believe, Down The Hatch has answered every vegan’s wishes and is finally offering the food they have lived so long without. Feast your eyes upon the beauty that is Down the Hatch.
62 Duke Street, Liverpool L1 5AA.
Situated in the heart of Bold Street, Liverpool’s first organic Food Market has become one of the most popular places visited for people craving natural, free and vegan foods. The cafe found inside offers a range of delicious breakfasts and lunches created by award winning chefs specialising in vegan and vegetarian cuisine and even surprises customers with a fresh deli and bakery.
Previous visitors have gone as far to say, LIV sells the best vegan cakes in town. If that wasn’t enough and the food itself does not entice you, then maybe a trip to the Home and Body department will do the trick, where a range of organic skincare and haircare, as well as vegan cosmetics is sold. This place is a vegan’s dream.
18 – 26 Bold Street, Liverpool L1 4DS, England
Love Thy Neighbour
If the name doesn’t give this place away, then the motto surely will: “We believe in making you feel good.” Love Thy Neighbour is one of the more hearty vegan restaurants found in the city, specialising in tasty fresh food filled with nature’s finest goodness and organic ingredients. The entire menu speaks volumes. It serves everything from superfood smoothies to carefully crafted cocktails, perfectly poached eggs to peoples new favourite smoothie bowls and freshly made sandwiches to natural buddha bowls. Bonus, all the food has been created by executive chef Damien Flyn, guaranteeing for a tasty treat.
108 Bold Street, Liverpool L1 4HY.
This month, The Caledonia are welcoming their first ever Veganuary.
The traditional pub prides itself on sharing. Vegan to them is about sharing love and compassion and excellent food and that is exactly what they are doing.
Caledonia has a deal going with the app Corlu when you buy one meal, you get another for just £1. Here you can enjoy all the very best dishes for great prices.
22 Caledonia Street, Liverpool L7 7DX, England
The Egg Cafe
The Egg Cafe, better known as Liverpool’s premier vegetarian restaurant offers the finest vegan food and bohemian atmosphere found in the heart of the city. If the food isn’t enough, the cafe occupies an airy loft space on the top of an old Victorian warehouse offering beautiful panoramic views.
16-18 Newington, Liverpool L1 4ED
Santa Maluco has introduced vegan Monday’s all about Vegan Rodizio.
This one appeals to all pizza lovers. Scratch that, everyone is a pizza lover, this appeals to everyone! On offer is a selection of vegan style pizzas with some of the wackiest names, including the all time favourite “Return of the Mac” and one named after every Disney lovers’ favourite rat, “Ratatouille.” Chose whether you want an entire pizza or just a single slice, Santa Maluco offers both. It is a place that knows life is all about choices and diversity so works to offering you exactly that.
2 Castle Street, Liverpool, L2 0NA
The perfect place for Indian and Asian style, vegan street food. Mowgli focuses on offering its customers a chance to experience food just like the Indians do at home and its zing of healthy herbs and spices makes it the quirkiest, and more delicious Indian vegan food in Liverpool.
3 Water Street, Liverpool L2 0RD, England
Perfect for newbie vegans. The restaurant, founded in the summer of 2014 resembles the origins of Le Marais Paris and the types of food and drinks on offer signify the French vibe. The menu puts emphasis on sharing boards and delicate plates, consisting of a range of vegan classics, falafel, hummus and sweet potato. For those yet to try the vegan palate, those ingredients are a must!
91 Bold Street, Liverpool L1 4HF