Liverpool is a city full of culture and flavours, so no matter what lifestyle you follow you should never have to compromise your food. The vegan options are plentiful, no matter what mood you're in, we got you covered from hangover cures to the ultimate health kick or maybe just for your sandwich fix! Choose from Indian, American, Middle Eastern or perhaps some delicious desserts.
We have picked the top ten eateries for you to sink your teeth into and enjoy, sure to make the average meat eateries mouth water!
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Down the hatch is a vegetarian and vegan-friendly restaurant. The aim is to provide the ultimate hangover food for everyone so that you can overindulge in the mammoth portions. Junk food isn't just for the meat eaters but is open to all in the seitan basement where it is hand rolled and seasoned daily ensuring that every bite is as mouthwatering as the next. Bits, buns, bowls and baskets full of favourites such as Mac n Cheese, battered jackfruit and chilli cheese fries, the list is endless. So go on and treat yourself!
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Founders Patti Bullock and Mark Aston brought Indigo Greens to life when they discovered the lack of vegan eateries out there. There is no reason you should compromise your food quality when following a plant-based diet. Indigo Greens serves up dishes such as the full indigo breakfast, smoked tofu and the green grill. Based in West Derby, Indigo Greens is more than just a restaurant but it is a hub for anyone wanting to come and learn how to lead a vegan lifestyle, so if you want to know more, you know where to go.
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This stylish café is already packed most weekends with the trendy brunch crowd. It serves coffee shop classics such as cakes, buns and sandwiches, but everything comes with a vegan-friendly twist. Try the vegan cheese and bacon toasties with a soy chocolate milkshake for an instant hangover cure, or linger over a coffee and cake while taking in the gorgeous décor.
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Curry for everyone! Enjoy delicious authentic Indian Street food on an entirely plant-based diet. Try the soy yoghurt chat bombs, the picnic potato curry or the Mowgli chip butty. Why not treat yourself to the Mowgli show stopper, Spiced chickpea, potato, spinach, fresh ginger & mango served in a loaf. Enjoy all the flavours, aromas and spices, Mowgli is not about the intimate dining experience but embraces the smash and grab of healthy vibrant spices.
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Leaf on Bold Street showcases a menu of locally sourced and freshly made wholesome food and countless varieties of loose leaf tea. With an inspiring vegan selection from flavoursome salads, soups and sandwiches to a multitude of jackfruit combinations, you will never be short of choice. Leaf is the perfect place to sit back, relax and enjoy the new music and art.
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Maray transformed its space from an independent clothes store to a small yet fulfilling restaurant in the space of just 8 weeks. It is an intimate space with a long communal dining table in the centre, the kitchen is open plan letting you see in from anywhere you sit, giving it a busy and buzzing atmosphere. Maray specialises in small plates inspired by Middle Eastern flavours. With a full vegan menu, you will not be short of choice, from falafels, courgettes and bread platters, why not try out meat free Mondays at Maray?
Photo Credit : Sanskruti
Sanskruti offers authentic vegan Indian food, offering a variety of unique choices. Sanskruti is derived from the name ‘Sanskrit’ which is believed to be the world’s oldest language and originating in India. They believe nothing represents India more than its vibrant cuisine culture. Offering only the freshest of ingredients towards a vegan menu, the meals are prepared with the belief that Indian food is not only about the heat but also about the perfect marriage of aromatic herbs and spices.
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What started as a stall at a Christmas market, Bakchich now has introduced Lebanese Street food to Liverpool and Manchester with two bustling restaurants. It is also to educate and help customers discover about the Arabic food culture, traditions and heritage that unite communities. From exotic salads to delicious flatbreads there is something you will not be disappointed.
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The Caledonia is a vegan and dog-friendly pub, serving vegan style junk food such as burgers, hot dogs, wings, tasty sides and desserts! The perfect meal to indulge in with a glass of wine or beer, whatever you may fancy. Bring your pooch along and tuck in.
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The Egg is a Liverpool institution with vegans, vegetarians and carnivores alike. Not only does it serve great coffee and homemade meals including vegan garlic bread and soups, but it is also an art gallery. All the food is vegetarian, but most meals can be made vegan upon request. Get in early on a Sunday afternoon to try their legendary Sunday roast, why not finish off with a delicious vegan dessert?