Liverpool now has its fair share of veggie and vegan friendly restaurants. This is somewhat of a recent phenomenon as many people have took the plunge and ditched the meat.
If you love eating out but struggle to find veggie options, check out some of our favourite spots both new and old.
DOWN THE HATCH
Nestled underground on the bustling Duke Street, this restaurant is completely meat free and has attracted a lot of attention since opening its doors.
Here you can find a range of delicious dishes from Burgers to wings and vegan mac and cheese. The perfect pig out spot for the weekend!
DOWN THE HATCH Basement, 62 Duke Street Liverpool L1 5AA
Located on the upper level of Bold Street, Bundobust is an Indian Street food restaurant, which again is completely meat free.
They have quickly established themselves as a fan favourite in Liverpool, Leeds and Manchester amongst veggies and vegans.
What’s even better is they have a huge range of beers and ales that they are constantly updating.
17/19 Bold Street
THE EGG CAFÉ
One of Liverpool’s most famous and established veggie spots. Located just off Bold Street, EGG offers a wide range of meat free and vegan options.
The quirky decor, open mic nights, poetry readings all add to the charm of this great little restaurant. It’s set menu, which includes vegan cheese options and roast dinners will have you returning time and time again.
The Egg Vegetarian Cafe
16-18 Newington Street
0151 707 2755
Boasting two city centre locations (Bold Street and Williamson Square), this Lebanese restaurant will satisfy everyone.
Whilst not exclusively meat free, their range of vegan and veggie options are bound to get your mouth watering.
Locals love their famous homemade hummus dips and veggie mezze platters. Year after year Bakchich continues to grow in popularity and with food like theirs we can see exactly why.
Bakchich Bold Street:
54 Bold Street
Bold Street:0151 707 1255
Bakchich Williamson Square:
3 Brythen Street
Williamson Square:01517 088 070
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