Vegetarian Places Liverpool

Vegetarian restaurants and places to eat in the city

  • Duke Street Restaurants and Bars Guide 11

    Duke Street Restaurants and Bars Guide

    Duke Street Restaurants and Bars Duke Street is home to some amazing restaurants from fine dining to casual eats and laid back bars. You’ll also find one of the most stylish food markets and a high end bowling alley and gaming venue. Here’s our guide to Duke Street restaurants and bars. Down The Hatch One of the city’s most popular vegan and veggie restaurants, Down The Hatch specialise in vegan junk food. As a meat…

  • Veganuary Specials in Liverpool 1

    Veganuary Specials in Liverpool

    Veganuary is growing in popularity, with over 500,000 people taking the month-long vegan pledge, this time last year. An exciting month for anyone interested in veganism, January sees supermarkets, food companies and restaurants launch new products and deals. We’ve found the best deals, special menu items and product releases in Liverpool, to help give you the best Veganuary yet. Yard and Coop Chicken legends, Yard and Coop, have teamed up with Temple of Seitan to…

  • Top 10 Vegan Friendly Spots in Liverpool 4

    Top 10 Vegan Friendly Spots in Liverpool

    Finding vegan-friendly restaurants and cafes can be challenging, even in 2022. Luckily, Liverpool City Centre boasts incredible options, from pancakes at plant-based cafe, The Vibe, to chat bombs at Mowgli. We’ve narrowed down our top 10 vegan friendly spots in Liverpool, guaranteed to impress even the fussiest eaters. The Vibe A recent addition to Paradise Street, The Vibe, is a 100% plant-based cafe offering breakfast, lunch and baked goods. The dog-friendly cafe offers vegan poached…

  • Our Favourite Independent Liverpool Restaurants Open For Delivery and Collection 5

    Our Favourite Independent Liverpool Restaurants Open For Delivery and Collection

    Here’s a guide to our favourite Independent Liverpool Restaurants open for delivery and collection during lockdown. Independent Liverpool Restaurants Open For Delivery and Collection Asian Chamber 36 Maggie Fu Yum Cha Yu Donut Viet Nom Indian EastZEast Italian/Pizza Casa Italia Crust Alfalfa Pasta Little Furnace Middle Eastern Grilla Maray Elif Chicken & Fried Chicken Pattersons Red Dog Saloon Spitroast Smithdown Road and Crosby Street Food Portland Street 358 Sunday Roasts Hafla Hafla Baltic Pizza Company…

  • Mojo Liverpool Vegan Menu Review 1

    Mojo Liverpool Vegan Menu Review

    Liverpool Noise takes a trip over to Liverpool’s favourite music bar MOJO, not for a boogie and some cocktails as one would innocently assume, but to try out their brand new vegan food menu! Since opening their doors they’ve been serving up a delicious array of Louisiana style wings and burgers, hosting taster sessions and even mixing masterclasses into how to make and perfect their expansive cocktail list. This time around we’re checking out the newest addition to their…

  • Vegan Mondays have begun at Rodizio Pizza Place Santa Maluco

    Vegan Mondays at Santa Maluco: Review

    Vegan Mondays at Santa Maluco, every Monday and just £3 a slice. Liverpool is fast becoming one of the best places to be vegan. Over the last few years we have seen a sharp increase in the number of meat-free restaurants opening. Not only that but existing eateries are also getting in on the action by offering vegetarian and vegan menus- ranging from a few options, to a wide variety of choice. One such restaurant…

  • Down The Hatch Food Review 1

    Down The Hatch Food Review

    Liverpool is fast becoming a vegan food hotspot, with new and exciting restaurants opening in rapid succession. That being said, it’s only at this point that we are finally getting our very first establishment specialising in vegetarian and vegan junk food. Yes, vegans like junk food too! Down The Hatch is changing the face of the vegan food scene in Liverpool. Based on Duke Street, Down the Hatch is a bar and restaurant that boasts…

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    ‘Maray’ The Force Be With You; Maray, Bold Street, Review

    Your nan would be horrified by Maray- unfinished wooden tables, school chairs, bare concrete floor and pictures on the walls that are definitely NOT horses running through the waves on a beach. Everyone else will love it. It’s kind of ace. Achingly hip but friendly and unsnooty. Seating is mainly one long table through the middle, with some smaller tables towards the back and some bench seating round the sides. There’s a short, sharp lunchtime…

  • The Egg Cafe; Review

    The Egg Cafe; Review

    Whilst out and about in Liverpool, any vegan, or even vegetarian, may find it fairly difficult to discover a café or restaurant skilled in this specific meatless cuisine and dietary requirement. However, open 9am-10:30pm on the weekdays and 10am-10:30pm on the weekend, located a stone’s throw away from the central train station and down a quiet street covered in creative street art, The Egg Café can be found behind a rustic entrance and up two flights…