Vegetarian Restaurants in Glasgow
It may not be the biggest but Glasgow sure is the best when it comes to vegetarian eating. Our city has been awarded PETA's 'most vegan-friendly city in the UK' award, and it's not hard to see why with a whole host of vegetarian restaurants in Glasgow. So saddle up and get on over to one of these delicious vegetarian-friendly spots for meat-free eating at its best.
Last updated on 21st February 2018
As one of Scotland's best tapas restaurants, Cubatas make sure it caters for all. Whipping up a delicious selection of vegetarian dishes in Glasgow, the Spanish spot will win you over with food that is packed full of flavour; plus they make a mean sangria.
One of Glasgow's most loved vegan restaurants, Mono is a fun and lively King's Court restaurant. As well as serving delicious plates such as jerk-spiced jackfruit burrito and to-fish and chips, the venue also hosts regular live music nights.
Combining arts and vegan-eating in Glasgow, Stereo is a multi-storey venue that acts as a club, restaurant and events space. Head to the restaurant for a delicious and affordable meat-free menu, all washed down by a choice of organic cider and beers.
It may be more known for its rowdy club nights and fun times but The Flying Duck is also a great Glasgow vegan restaurant. The spot aims to recreate favourite dishes, from burritos through to burgers, without any animal produce.
This vegetarian-friendly restaurant in Glasgow is putting a fresh spin on Indian cuisine. As well as a quirky design of straw chairs, exposed brick and newspaper cutting wallpaper, the venue also cooks up goodies such as a spinach and paneer pastry with butternut squash puree.
While its name may not suggest it, Ox and Finch is actually a great Glasgow vegetarian restaurant. With a dedicated vegetarian menu, you can enjoy dishes that use fresh and seasonal produce for a punchy finish.
Music-lovers listen up; 13th Note is a cracking place for meat-free eating in Glasgow. The quirky little spot is a huge fan of local talent with regular live music sets; sit back and enjoy with a huge plate of their vegan fare.
Located on Bath Street, Bar Bloc is a seriously popular Glasgow bar that also happens to offer a hearty selection of vegan and vegetarian food. Order The Not Dog and be prepared to be blown away as a homemade sausage is covered in avocado cheese, Quorn chilli and dried apricots.
MalaCarne started life as a vegan pop-up before proving so popular that they moved to a permanent home in Mount Florida. The new site still serves all the old favourites as well as few fresh surprises for vegetarians in Glasgow.
With a completely vegan menu and the aim to have one of the friendliest atmospheres in Scotland, The Hug and Pint is more than vegetarian-friendly. The menu changes every day but expect an Asian twist to dishes along with a roaring live music line-up.