Vegan Restaurants In Glasgow
Long before the rest of the world caught on, our city was leading the way with its dedication to vegan eating. And things haven't changed, with plenty of vegan-friendly and dedicated restaurants serving cruelty-free meals, covering everything from slap-up breakfasts through to healthy lunches. So whether it's your way of life, you're looking for something a little different or are catering for a friend, we've rounded up our favourite vegan restaurants and bars in Glasgow.
Rock out and tuck in at Mono, the vegan bar and cafe in Merchant city. The lively joint serves food from 12-9pm daily, focusing on hearty meals such as pizzas and curries - the maddest on there? Check out the pizza crunch for a base that's been battered in beer and vodka.
Tucked away inside Glasgow's Centre for Contemporary Arts, Saramago Café Bar brings a splash of Mediterranean colour to Glasgow. Cool and casual, the spot uses locally sourced and seasonal produce to create rich vegan-friendly meals, with a long list of options come lunch time.
With a focus on health and wellbeing, Soul Food Kitchen is serving up a 100% plant-based menu in the heart of Finnieston. Expect mouthwatering soups, kombucha on tap and burgers created with patties made from seitan, sweet potato and even lentils.
A stalwart on the Glasgow dining scene, 13th Note has got something for everyone. Things kick off in the bar, which mixes and muddles all sorts of cocktails. The restaurant is tucked away, and along with showcasing local artists' work, has an animal produce-free, all-day menu. Still not satisfied? Downstairs is a club room and live music venue.
Got a hankering for something sweet? In Bloom will satisfy any sugar cravings with a dedicated vegan menu, brimming with dairy-free cakes and treats. The West End Cafe also works with local producers including the likes of Bavarian Bakehouse, for fresh bread when it comes to lunchtime.
The clue is in the title with this cool Renfield Lane hangout as Stereo is dedicated to all things music. Stop by for one of their regular music nights, lining your stomach beforehand with a pick of vegan eats that include jackfruit fashioned into comforting fish and chips.
Another vegan party spot, The Flying Duck is doing meat-free in serious style. As a sister venue to Stereo, the basement bar has been around since 2007, cooking up whacking dishes that range from towering burgers through to milkshakes.