Top Vegan Restaurants

Eating out as a vegan can sometimes be difficult. You often feel like a dairy detective, working out what meals have hidden cheese! This list is for everyone who would like a nice night out without having to play Sherlock Holmes on the menu!

1Blue Piano

Serving Singaporean, Cambodian and Malaysian cuisine, this is a restaurant with lip-smacking, tasty food. It offers plenty of options and has Vegan Meat Free Mondays every Monday evening to tempt and delight all. It also has an eclectic programme of live music.

26 Harborne Road, Birmingham B15 3AA

Website: thebluepiano.co.uk

2The Warehouse Café

Seasonal, fresh and tasty ingredients served simply. This eco-friendly, veggie restaurant in Digbeth flies the flag for non-meat eaters! With lots of vegan dishes, you will not go hungry here and they have a great choice of moreish vegan desserts on offer. They also have great events linked to their library and bookshop.

54-57 Allison Street, Digbeth, B5 5th

Website: thewarehousecafe.com

3Mowgli

This street-food inspired Indian restaurant has a separate vegan menu which makes ordering a doddle. Choose a warming bowl of one of their gorgeous curries, or avoid choosing and get yourself a selection to share amongst yourselves. With lots of tasty appetisers and finger food, this is comfort food at its finest.

Grand Central

Website: mowglistreetfood.com

4Bodega Cantina

Offering a range of South American and Mexican food, this restaurant is full of tasty treats. Best of all it has a vegan menu, meaning you don’t have to change a thing to the dishes you like! A place to get stuck into food in a friendly environment.

12 Bennetts Hill, B2 5RS

Website: bodegacantina.co.uk

5Cherry Reds

This bar offers the vegan versions of all the delicious, greasy food you crave – and some healthy plates as well. Their vegan cooked breakfast has vegan sausages, deep fried tofu, beans, mushrooms, buttered toast with vegan spread, cherry tomatoes, and hash browns. Proving that veganism doesn’t just mean salads why not also try their crispy potato hash, or their mouth-watering falafel burger.

88-92 John Bright Street, B1 1BN

Website: cherryreds.com

6Cafe Soya

This Vietnamese and Chinese restaurant is vegetarian, but every dish is made to order and can be made without egg or dairy products – so you won’t miss out on any of the delicious food! With lots of broths, soups, and stir-fries with glistening sauces, you can still have your favourite Chinese takeaway.

2 Upper Dean Street, B5 4SG

Website: cafesoya.co.uk

73 Three’s Coffee Lounge

This coffee lounge hides a secret vegan sandwich menu! With all but one sandwich being vegan this is a feast for the eyes as well as the lips. They have big, filled sandwiches with a variety of meat equivalents such as a turkey sub or a vegan hot dog. With these mammoth sandwiches, who needs meat!

Martineau Place and Great Hampton Street, Gun Quarter

Website: 3threescoffee.com

8The Stable

If you’re looking for Italian, look no further! The Stable has a separate vegan menu with specialist vegan pizzas. Their vegan cheese is fantastic and the atmosphere is warm and vibrant. A great choice for a night hanging out with mates.

115 John Bright Street, B1 1BE

Website: birmingham.stablepizza.com

9Wagamama

Wagamama has a brilliant Vegan menu, meaning eating out is a doddle! An easy place for meat-eaters and vegans alike, this is a great spot for a large group outing. Serving Japanese dishes that stick to your ribs, you won’t miss meat at all!

Bullring, New Street and Brindleyplace

Website: wagamama.com