Vegan Restaurants In Leeds
If you're a full-time herbivore or just want to dabble with the vegan lifestyle, these restaurants are on hand with stunning vegan-friendly dishes that are packed with flavour. From healthy hummus salads and authentic Indian curries to plant-based junk food and delicate Japanese dining, there's plenty to feast upon. Who knows, these may even amaze the most avid meat-eater...
Gusto offer a fine selection of delicious vegan treats for you to feast upon. In the mood for a pizza? They've got you covered with The Vegano, with a tomato base, courgette, pine nuts, caramelised onion, roast peppers, cauliflower rice and rocket, delicious.
All Bar One boast a surprisingly extensive selection of vegan goodies, from mushroom tempura to chilli tacos and their plant-based Beyond Meat burger. They also take part in Veganuary pretty regularly, with seperate vegan menus and delicious specials.
This gorgeous little spot doubles up as a restaurant and veggie deli. Created by the minds behind Veg Out Leeds this cafe, bar, exhibition space, record shop, hair saloon is just an all-round cool place to spend your days.
Cantina was apparently the city's first all-vegan eatery, and its menu of delicious American style dishes sounds pretty impressive. Chow down on seitan junk food, vegan mac 'n' cheese and lots of other mouthwatering plant-based goodies.
If you love authentic Indian cooking and craft beer this is the spot for you. What makes it even better? Their stunning choice of vegan goodies such as Masala Dosa, mini stuffed pancakes and Chole Saag, a tasty chickpea and spinach curry.
A veggie favourite for the last 20 years, Roots and Fruits are becoming more and more vegan by the minute. Serving ethically-sourced, plant-based dishes with Fairtrade coffee, it's environmentally-friendly eating at its best.
This contemporary rooftop restaurant serves up delicate Japanese delights in stunning surroundings. Their special vegan menu includes mouthwatering dishes such as pumpkin miso gyoza, vegetable and tofu skewers, and a selection of maki.
Now these guys know how to pack a mean pitta. Inspired by the flavours of traditional hummus, the minds behind Humpit started with a cheapo fryer and a borrowed gazebo, serving tasty vegan-friendly pitta, salads and bowls. Now, they've got four superb sites across the North.