Whether you’re trying out Veganuary or planning on becoming vegan in 2020, there are lots of accessible vegan options in supermarkets, restaurants and bars nowadays. The Veganuary trend has even sparked fast food chains such as KFC and Greggs to make their own vegan range and we cannot get enough of it! Going vegan this month is a big step in helping the planet and your own health. Although KFC's vegan menu still won't help you with your health goal...
So we got our heads together in the Iggy & Burt studio to come up with some of the most mouth-watering vegan friendly eateries from across the country.
This 100% vegan café based in Hackney serves a wide range of vegan meals, snacks, cakes, milkshakes and according to their website, the best sausage rolls. We recommend the beef style burger made with seitan, fresh herbs and soya mince.
Temple of Seitan is highly praised for its vegan junk food and if you haven’t already heard of it then we are sorry it has taken this long! Their menu includes Chick’n Fillet and Pound Patty burgers along with classic wing, popcorn bites and two-piece vegan chicken meals. Even better is that their vegan Mac’n Cheese can be chosen as one of your sides!
Known as the norths first all-vegan desserts parlour, they are sure to help you relieve your sweet tooth cravings. Their ice cream flavours are immense and include flavours such as apple pie, rainbow sugar rush and caramel cookie.
Laid back and delicious, this vegan eatery uses fresh and local ingredients to make elaborate plant-based dishes. They even have a three-course set Veganuary menu Monday to Thursdays this month for £20.
Koocha Mezze is a Persian restaurant and cocktail bar which will have you coming back every weekend. Their menu is a colourful and creative mix of traditional Persian dishes which are perfect to share with family and friends.
This cosy café and bistro offers vegan and vegetarian options for breakfast lunch and dinner. We recommend the Crispy Pul Biber Tofu with soy and garlic sauce, rice noodles and fresh coriander. For dinner, you can only book by telephone.
Based on the edge of Cathedral Square in Sheffield, this long serving vegan and vegetarian café cooks up two vegan and one vegetarian dish daily to mix up their menu and offer you fresh meals cooked in their kitchen. They also offer a catering menu for those living in Sheffield, which can be driven in their little blue van to your door for all your hosting needs.
Make No Bones- Sheffield
Make No Bones can be found inside the iconic arcade bar named Church, Temple of Fun in Sheffield. The vegan eatery, Make No Bones, have set up shop here to offer you vegan and vegetarian street food. Food can be enjoyed inside or outside on the balcony which also overlooks the River Don- making it a perfect summertime spot.
The Warehouse Café is a worker owned business and as a well-established vegan café, it will not let you down in serving up tasty and hearty dishes. Choose from classics with a vegan twist, such as Fish and Chips made with marinated banana blossom roasted in crispy corn bread crumbed batter.
Natural Bar and Kitchen – Birmingham
This plant-based kitchen prides itself on offering up healthy and modern dishes which are also made with sustainable ingredients. Enjoy dishes from their A La Carte menu or simply dive into the buffet! Check out their website for their natural blog on all things vegan.
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