With happy hours, cocktail classes and DJ nights, Revolution is a lively spot to eat vegetarian food in Cardiff. The restaurant has a huge menu which has a fair amount of veggie options; we recommend the veggie burger for an easy lunchtime choice.
Vegetarian Restaurants In Cardiff
It can be tough finding a vegetarian restaurant in our city. However, between the burger and steak joints, there's a new breed of meat-free spots that have opened up. Ditch the bog-standard steamed veg and head to one of these venues for fresh food packed with flavour, from veggie breakfast to tantalising tacos. Read our list of the best Cardiff vegetarian restaurants and prepare to be pleasantly surprised.
Indian spot Mint and Mustard uses ingredients such as paneer and mango to create fresh dishes on the daily. The restaurant is inspired by Keralan cuisine which includes curries and street food dishes such as Kalan Katti - a delicious mix of mushrooms, potatoes and cheese.
Cardiff's very first vegan restaurant is run by a Hare Krishna monk, and just because it's free from all animal products, do not expect a boring menu. Anna Loka makes epic meals, from their famous carrot cake through to huge brunch plates, you won't want to miss out on.
Bringing the huge flavours of Latin America to Cardiff, Vivo Latino has several delicious meat-free dinners. As well as larger dishes such as butternut squash enchilada and the Mexican bean burger, the restaurant also serves up a scrumptious selection of tapas.
As far as veggie restaurants go, Wahaca is up there with their generous offerings of veggie goodies. The Mexican restaurant is located in The Hayes and serves spicy and flavoursome dishes; try the sweet potato and feta taquitos and thank us later.
Catering for all diets, Cosy Club has a lot of veggie options. The restaurant is also great for cocktails and after-work drinks with a quirky interiors scheme that includes bunting, retro furniture and shabby chic wallpaper.
Cute and quaint, Milgi is a lovely vegetarian restaurant that has a laid-back and informal atmosphere. Their meat-free plates use local and seasonal produce to create dishes such as the tortilla stack, a big chunk of toasted quinoa and spiced potatoes.