If you’re plant based, you probably know just how difficult it can be to find vegan places to eat. Luckily for you, we’ve compiled a list of some great vegan-friendly spots in Liverpool!
Based at 52 Rose Lane, Green Fork is a vegan restaurant by Chef Sean Paul Redding. The spot is open on Thursday, Friday nd Saturday evening and uses the best regional ingredients. What’s more, every bill comes with an optional donation that goes towards off-setting carbon, meaning all meals are carbon neutral! A truly guilt free food haven.
Serving meals 12-9pm daily, all the food at The Caledonia is vegan. They’re known for their delicious burgers, hot dogs and wings! What’s more, the pub also offers a large range of vegan alcohol. Plus, dogs are welcome!
THE BALTIC SOCIAL
Located in the bustling Baltic Triangle, The Baltic Social has a huge range of vegan options. Known for their popular Afternoon Punk Tea, the site also has a vegan version. Be sure to check out their vegan nachos, sausage rolls and brownies!
INDIGO GREENS AT DUKE STREET MARKET
Indigo Green’s offers 100% vegan Full English Breakfasts and Roast Dinners! Located in the newly opened Duke Street Market, the food hall is a must visit for all Liverpool foodies.
THE OLD HARDWARE SHOP
Another 100% vegan spot, The Old Hardware Shop is located in the heart of Woolton Village. Serving up delicious food including breakfasts, vegan cheese and bacon toasties, hotdogs, pizzas and milkshakes, it’s the ideal hangout for those on a plant based diet.
Set up by the Youtube star Monami, Frost Burgers is 100% plant based. Situated on the central Wood Street, the venue specialises in vegan burgers. The shakes are a must, too!
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