If you can tear yourself away from your banana bread, yoga mat and daily jogging timetable for just one minute, you'll find there's some bloody good locals offering delicious vegan food direct to your door. From Korean-spiced jackfruit to crispy tofu burgers, there's plenty of plant-based goodness to be devoured in Birmingham and we've made the list for you.
Looking to get your wings? BrewDog’s world famous buffalo cauliflower wings will help your delivery experience take flight with their honey glaze and vegan mayo dip. Want to opt for a meatier option… without the meat? Order up with a Beyond Meat burger with chipotle slaw, gouda ‘cheese’ and baby gem leaves served up in a beetroot brioche bun. Polish it all off with a round of sweet potato fries for the whole shebang.
Mr Singh’s Pizza
Using freshly made dough as well as a totally meat-free menu, nearly any of Mr Singh’s dishes can be made vegan at your request. Perhaps you’d like a ‘Meat’ Feast Calzone or a Thai Sweet Chilli Wrap? If you’re wanting to stick to simple Italian goodness then their Vegetarian Hot could be just what you need, a tomato sauce base topped with red onions, mushrooms, sweetcorn, green peppers, jalapenos and fresh green chillies.
Bringing us all the healthiness that we need right now is Kuula Poke. Expect all that poke goodness like their Huli Huli bowl, with roasted tofu, coconut brown rice, mango, hickory carrot, edamame beans and coconut ‘bacon’. If you’ve got more of a sweet tooth, then why not double down with one of their acai bowls? Go tropical with a dragon fruit and strawberry pear bowl, or go green with a matcha smoothie bowl to kick start your day in lockdown.
From Mexican to Italian, Baked in Brick doesn't disappoint with its plant-based goodness. Expect a hearty Vegan Burrito, packed with chickpea and yellow lentil curry with Goan spiced rice, served in a tortilla flat bread with fresh salad and mint yoghurt. For something a little closer to the Mediterranean, treat yourself to a classic, the Marinara Pizza topped with marinara sauce, cherry tomatoes, fresh oregano, and garlic oil.
Bringing brunch back to Brum in a time of crisis is no easy feat. Wayland’s Yard are serving up morning classics like their Mushroom and Avo smash on sourdough. Complete the affair with a hot cup of their coffee to kick-start your day. Just because our usual weekend brunching out is gone, doesn’t mean we shouldn’t do it at all.
Original Patty Men
These men know exactly what they’re doing with their patties… and their buns for that matter. Get stuck in with their vegan burger, filled with crispy fried tofu, vegan cheese, Sriracha mayo, lettuce, white onion and tomato. No burger would be complete without an order of fries, triple cooked skin-on ones to be exact. If you’re really a stickler for potatoes then rest assured you can have your chips either naked or fully-loaded with Original Patty Men spices.
This restaurant bar prides itself on good cocktails, good beer and good food… already off to a good start, right? Have a loaded vegan pizza, topped mightily with mushrooms, red pepper, jalapenos, crispy kale and five-bean chilli. Looking for some classic pub action? Go large with their vegan sharing platter, filled with cajun nachos, poppadoms, flatbreads, red pepper and courgette hummus, olives and smashed avocado. If you've got room for more, follow it up with an order of Korean spiced jackfruit and coriander mayo.
If you’re craving more, then head on over to DeliverMyNight to see what’s being rolled out to your door.