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10 vegan restaurants in Manchester and Liverpool

2 months ago

While some of us don’t give two hoots what other people eat, others would prefer not to have a big slab of steak an inch away from our plant-based-only plate. Thus the problem of where to find a strictly vegan restaurant in Manchester and Liverpool; one that shares your values and your aversion to food made from or by animals.

We’ve dug around and pulled up from the soil ten good plant-based-only options in the North West. They include everything from fine-dining to pizza. And because vegan is the only food they do, they do it really, really well.

(If you don’t mind seeing meat, fish and dairy on the menu too, you’ve even more options to choose from).

 

  • Manchester City Centre

    The Allotment Vegan Eatery

    Restaurant - Vegan

    The seeds of Matthew Nutter’s fine dining adventure were sown when he set out to “make veg taste better than steak”. And the menu at The Allotment Vegan Eatery exceeds this ambition.

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  • A Banh Mi from Banh Vi in New Century, Manchester
    Green Quarter

    Bahn Vi | New Century

    Restaurant - Vegan

    Owners, Harry and Jessica created Banh Vi after travelling across South East Asia and being inspired by the cuisine offered by street food vendors in Thailand and Vietnam.  

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  • Georgian Quarter

    The Caledonia

    Pubs

    If it’s a knees-up you’re after, and eating is an aside, then The Caledonia has you fixed, offering live music while you line your stomach and lots of drinks choice, with a good stock of Belgian beers, including lambics and sours, plus craft and world brews, and local and guest ales.

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  • Christmas at Down the Hatch in Liverpool
    Ropewalks

    Down The Hatch

    Bars

    Downstairs on Duke Street, DTH promises some hellishly good scran in its vegan and vegetarian-friendly brick-lined junk food bunker, where dirty burgers, loaded hotdogs, sharers, small plates and other pub grub are overflowing and beers and cocktails are also on the cards.

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  • Withington

    Herbivorous

    Restaurant - Vegan

    Fresh from the roaring success of its first venue down at Hatch on Oxford Road in Manchester, Herbivorous opened its first self-made restaurant in Withington in October 2021. Co-founders Robyn and Damien have been cooking together since they first started dating so the passion for the food they create runs deep.

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  • Purezza in Manchester city centre is a vegan pizza restaurant.
    Northern Quarter

    Purezza

    Restaurant - Vegan

    Sitting in the old Dough Kitchen spot in the Northern Quarter, Purezza is yet another pizza restaurant for Manchester – but one with the distinction of offering solely vegan pizza and a menu that has many gluten-free items.

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  • A feast of vegan fast food from Vegan Shack in Piccadilly Gardens, Manchester city centre.
    Manchester City Centre

    Vegan Shack

    Restaurant - Vegan

    Local hit Vegan Shack started life in owner Dimeji Sadiq’s one bedroom Salford flat where he used to cook up plant-based versions of fast food for himself and his girlfriend.

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  • The inviting interior of Vibe Cafe - a vegan cafe serving breakfast, brunch and lunches in Liverpool
    Liverpool City Centre

    Vibe Cafe

    Restaurant - Vegan

    The Vibe serves cheery vegan food that will light up your Instagram feed and fill your belly. Known for its brunches and lunches, it offers colour-popping breaky favourites, toasties and bowls in an equally bright and inviting interior. The days when vegan food meant sludgy lentils and hippy furnishings are long gone.

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  • A dish by Eddie Shepherd at The Walled Gardens in Whalley Range, Manchester.
    Whalley Range

    The Walled Gardens by Eddie Shepherd

    Restaurant - Vegan

    The Walled Gardens is a unique plant-based culinary experience from award-winning chef Eddie Shepherd. It takes place in an open kitchen in his own home in Whalley Range – and only eight guests can dine each night, making it one of the most exclusive restaurants in the city.

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