Vegan Friendly Restaurants in Liverpool

Years ago, if you asked where to eat vegan food in Liverpool, you could probably count the number of places on one hand. But now, veganism is getting bigger and bigger to the point where, not only is meat-free eating available nearly everywhere, it's done so well. So whether you are looking for your next ethical hangout or are wanting to eat out with your carnivorous friends, here's our list of the best vegan friendly restaurants in Liverpool for you to enjoy.

BrewDog Liverpool

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Just because you're vegan doesn't mean you should miss out on the good food, beer and times at Brewdog. This Liverpool vegan friendly restaurant has everything from seitan burgers with hopped up fries sides to superfood salads. Wash it all down with one of their famously delicious craft beers and you are in for a good time.

Wahaca is an oasis of South American charm and style in the middle of Liverpool. Whether you are having a drink on their rooftop bar or feasting in the restaurant below, you know you're getting that top quality service associated with the brand. Which is good, because their selection of vegan food is top notch, so you can feast on burritos, tacos and more while sipping on everything from sour cocktails to mojitos and margaritas.


Party and eat delicious Liverpool vegan food at Revolucion de Cuba. Their menu is awash with tasty tapas dishes without any meat or dairy perfect for you to feast on with friends, as well as burrito bowls and paella too. They also boast a mean selection of tropical cocktails, perfect for getting you in the mood once night drops and the Latin music is ramped up.

Mowgli Liverpool

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Mowgli is relaxed in its atmosphere but not in its food, which is one of the reasons why it's one of the best vegan friendly restaurants in Liverpool. With the industrial-meets-rustic interior, it won't be difficult to convince anyone to get in there, and once you are, you'll be treated to a menu of delicious Indian street food – with the vegan food taking pride and place on the menu.

Vegetarians, vegans and pescatarians alike have one thing in common: we all get hangovers. But what's the best way to cure a hangover? Not a fry up, it's some of the best vegan food in Liverpool from Down the Hatch. Their menu is packed with mouth-watering alternatives to classic dishes, featuring everything from macaroni cheese to fruit sundaes, all while washing them down with a selection of vegan beers, cocktails and wine.