Vegetarian Restaurants in Manchester
Sometimes, finding an awesome restaurant with a fantastic choice for vegetarians can be a right pain in the… erm, side. Whether you’re a vegetarian looking for a place to dine without having to pick from a miniscule range of options, or if you’re the appointed dinner party organiser who has to find the perfect restaurant with a menu to satisfy both meat-eating carnivores and the strictest vegans around, look no further. Or, if you just fancy munching on veggie options for a change, our list will point out Manchester’s vegetarian restaurants and Restaurants that cater for meat and veg grazers alike.
The Deaf Institute, part of the Trof family, has a generous offering of vegetarian dishes and bites. From their vegan quesadilla's down to their superfood salad and halloumi burger, there's plenty of options for those leaving meat options behind.
Though not an all-out vegetarian restaurant (James Martin Restaurant serves the carnivores too), this restaurant within Manchester235 has a dedicated menu for vegetarians alongside their a la carte options. Head over for delicious eats, industrial-chic interiors and vintage touches aplenty.
Many out there associate Gorilla with wild nights out and weekend frivolities. But it only takes a moment to check out their menu to realise that their culinary offerings are just as appealing. To cure the hangover that they very well may have induced, they have a range of vegetarian breakfasts, or veggie mains, salads and sandwiches for later in the day. Book now to reserve a place using the booking form provided!
East Z East is the home of Punjabi cuisine. With its stylish exterior by the river in Salford, and its stylish and modern décor and private dining facilities, this restaurant will surely deliver. Catering for special events such as weddings, birthdays and anniversaries, the staff know how to make your occasion special. It serves an array of impressive vegetarian dishes such as Mushroom Pakora and Daal Karahi alongside meat, fish and seafood dishes.
Greens Restaurant in West Didsbury is a vegetarian eatery created by TV chef Simon Rimmer. This lively, popular restaurant is celebrated by those who know that you don’t need meat to have a gastronomical feast. With a relaxed, calm and friendly atmosphere, food packed with flavour and assembled with local, fresh and seasonal produce, Greens Restaurant is truly an appealing destination.
If ever there were a name championing the meat-free movement in Manchester, it would have to be V Revolution. Churning out some of the very best vegan food in the city alongside some of the best in independent art to boot, this diner-style restaurant is the place for burgers, bites and bakery bits aplenty.
With their vegan and gluten free menus, Expo Lounge is well-acquainted with the needs of vegetarian diners. In the heart of Didsbury Village, sit on the veranda (well, outside seating area) and munch on dishes such as the vegan breakfast, the Butterbean, red onion, wood-roasted peppers and chimichurri panini, and a whole host of scrummy tapas dishes.
Chaophraya is the ultimate Thai fine dining experience in central Manchester. Alongside their meat, fish and seafood dishes, they also have an extensive array of delicious vegetarian options. Surround yourself in a chic modern atmosphere and be catered to by attentive staff. They take large bookings, making this a perfect restaurant for celebratory meals and getting the gang together for some seriously tasty food.
Zouk offers a fusion of authentic Indo -Pakistani dishes with a contemporary twist. Dine in style in the centre of Manchester, and choose from their Vegetarian menu which hosts aromatic favourites such as Paneer Tikka, Bindi (Okra) and Daal. Finish it off with an Asian dessert and some shisha in their outside seating area.
Bistro 1847 restaurant bar is an exclusively vegetarian restaurant located in central Manchester. With a seasonal menu that changes according to the fruits and vegetables available locally, Bistro 1847 even satisfies those with the strictest code of food ethics.