Vegetarian Restaurants in Liverpool

With a diverse population and home to a variety of different cultures, there are plenty of vegetarian-friendly restaurants in Liverpool. Whether you're tucking into a fiery South American dish, tasting the best of Italy or enjoying seasonal Mediterranean recipes, long gone are the days of eating a dinner composed entirely of side dishes while your mates tuck into a hearty steak. To help makes things easy, we've pulled together an impressive line-up of the best vegetarian restaurants in Liverpool.

Last updated on 1st February 2021




One of the best restaurants for vegetarians in Liverpool ONE, YO! is a must-visit for those on the hunt for plant-based sushi and Japanese street food. Suitable for all the family, the eatery promises a wealth of meat-free dishes from maki rolls to katsu curries.

Rosa's Thai Cafe Liverpool

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One of Liverpool's much-loved Asian restaurants, Rosa's Thai Cafe has rocked up at the Albert Dock with a mix of delicious curries, steaming soups and plenty of tasty veggie options. Head here for an affordable, casual meal.

Pho Liverpool

129 user reviews 5

If you're a fan of authentic Asian cuisine, stop by Pho where they're dishing up Vietnamese classics with a modern twist. To top it off, their impressive collection of vegan-friendly eats takes up a good quarter of the menu, so you can chow down without a worry. 

Gusto Liverpool

102 user reviews 5

From homemade artichoke tortellini and baked aubergine Milanese to Mediterranean pizza topped with vegetables and drizzled with olive oil, Gusto has been busy curating a menu that truly shows off Italian cuisine in all its glory. What more could you ask for from a vegetarian restaurant in Liverpool?

The Baltic Social

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Shaking things up with a vegan version of their afternoon punk tea, The Baltic Social is cooking meat-free Scotch eggs, plant-based spring rolls and more. As for Sunday roasts, you'll be sorted out with a veggie offering.

Salt House Tapas is a vegetarian restaurant in Liverpool with a simple mantra; traditional Spanish recipes, cooked using fresh ingredients and served in a welcoming environment. In tandem with the veggie section of the menu, chefs also offer diners a vegan menu, made up of dishes such as oyster mushrooms with confit shallots and salt-baked beetroot.