Vegan Restaurants In Leeds

Whether you're a full-time herbivore or just want to dabble, these restaurants are on hand with stunning plant-based dishes that are packed with flavour. From healthy bowls of greens and authentic Indian curries to junk food and delicate Japanese dining, there's plenty to feast upon. Who knows, these vegan restaurants in Leeds may even amaze the most avid meat-eater...

The Library, Leeds

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The Library might be a student pub favourite, but they certainly know what they're doing when it comes to vegan treats too. Try out their plant-based menu, with everything from full English breakfasts to quesadillas and red thai curry up for grabs. 

Opt for the full Latin experience when you book a table at CASA on Grand Arcade. From vegan tacos to arepa and caramelised plantains, these sumptuous small plates have sweet-toothed souls and savoury lovers covered. Our tip? Don't forget to try their signature fuego negro martini with your meal.

Bower's Tap Leeds

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Looking to give your pub grub the herbivore treatment? Bower's Tap is one of the best places to eat vegan food in Leeds, thanks to its menu of BBQ jackfruit tacos, no-chicken nuggets and a greens-packed 'soul bowl'. Swoon.

This swish Blayds Court restaurant was the first Chaophraya in the UK; with its stunning sunken-seated dining room, opulent tables and traditional dishes made modern, it's easy to see why it became such a success. Topping it off? Their 'from the garden' mains are the stuff of vegan dreams.

Eat Your Greens is the gorgeous little New York Street spot that doubles up as a vegan restaurant and a herbivore's dream deli. Created by the minds behind Veg Out Leeds, this cafe, bar, exhibition space and record shop is just an all-round cool place to spend your days. 

Issho is the contemporary rooftop restaurant serving 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. 

If you love authentic Indian cooking and craft beer, just thinking of Bundobust will have you drooling. What makes it even better? There's a stunning choice of vegan street food, such as masala dosa - mini stuffed pancakes - and chole saag, a tasty chickpea and spinach curry.