Vegan Restaurants In Manchester

A few years ago, it was almost impossible for a someone plant-based to eat out in our city, except for a few dedicated cafes. Now, the whole place is alight with everything from meat-free menus to entire venues only serving the good stuff. So, whether you need a delicious meal for yourself or somewhere to accommodate a friend, here’s our guide to Manchester's best vegan restaurants.

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Last updated on 15th January 2024

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What The Pitta

Need vegan restaurants in Manchester city centre? What The Pitta is a casual place for döner kebabs, jam-packed gyros and vibrant mezze boxes - all without meat and other animal products, of course. To gorge yourself on a budget, there's no better destination.

Double Zero Pizza

This BYOB spot in Chorlton also happens to serve up some of the city's best plant-based slices. Chomp away on vegan pizza, such as classic marinara, trichome-topped rustica and bianca neve with Portobello mushroom and truffle oil, in chilled surroundings. 


With acclaim from national reviewers, Bundobust's street food and craft beer philosophy may seem simple, but it's hella tasty. Topping the list of vegan restaurants in Manchester's Northern Quarter, it's a must for sharing grub; though don't end up squabbling over the bhel puri - a mix of pastry, peas and tamarind chutney.


One of the city's most sustainable restaurants, Sandbar has a great selection of pizza made with Tofutti plant-based mozzarella. Hidden on Grosvenor Street, this spot is keeping you refreshed with a large choice of vegan beers and features innovative touches, such as 100% renewable energy.


Though it's not technically a vegan restaurant, Elnecot happens to be serving up some of the finest plant-based small plates around. What's on the menu? Think fun dishes, like 'sexy greens', 'disco cabbage' and wild mushroom arancini, among seasonal specials.