If you're heading to Liverpool and follow a plant based diet or have taken up Meat Free Monday - you're in for a treat! You won't find yourself hungry here. 

Trying to find places to eat when you’re on a vegan diet can be difficult so we have put together a list of some of the best places to go to enjoy all the natural goodness. Whether its a light snack, a junk food indulgence or a good old English breakfast, we’ve found something for everyone. 


Down The Hatch on Duke Street is a favourite amongst local vegans and vegetarians as they take classic junk food like burgers, hotdogs and loaded fries and give them a vegan twist. With a menu that is 80% vegan, allowing for a few halloumi fries, there is no meat in sight in this basement restaurant but the biggest meat eaters around have been known to enjoy one of their famous Seiten Burgers with no fuss. Its junk food with a little less guilt!  


As one of the first establishments dedicated to vegetarian and vegan food in Liverpool, The Egg Cafe offers a classic home made menu of soups, salads, burgers and cakes in a laid back bohemian style loft in a listed building off Bold Street. On a Sunday they even offer a full vegan roast dinner, sign us up!


Green Fork is Chef Sean Paul Redding's plant-based restaurant at 52 Rose Lane. Open on Thursday, Friday and Saturday evening, Chef Sean makes everything freshly himself, using the best regional produce for truly brilliant flavour combinations – our recent favourites are the bang bang ‘chicken’, Tex-Mex mac ’n’ cheese and cauliflower pakora.

Each bill comes with an optional donation to go towards off-setting carbon, making all meals carbon neutral. 


The traditional pub on Caledonia Street in Liverpool’s city centre turned fully vegan in 2017. Not only content with serving a vegan menu consisting of burgers, hot dogs, “wings”, breakfast and sweet treats, the pub also offers a large range of vegan alcohol making it a perfect place for a catch up with friends. As an extra bonus, its dog friendly too!


A huge success in Liverpool, the Indian street food restaurant, Mowgli has taken the local curry scene by storm with not one but two venues in the city. With their flagship store residing on Bold Street and a larger venue on Water Street by Liverpool’s Town Hall, they offer a vegan menu featuring some of the restaurant’s classic street food and tiffin boxes. The Holy Chow and Mowgli Chip Butty are a must for any visiting vegan. 


Another brilliant hidden basement gem, you can find vegan and vegetarian Indian restaurant Sanskruti on Bixteth Street in the Business District of Liverpool. Serving authentic cuisine from every corner of India, including street food, curries and naan bread big enough to feed a small town, Sanskruti is a firm choice for a traditional vegan Indian banquet. 


This New York style diner caters for everyone and the vegan options looks incredible. From the vegan tray full of vegan fried chicken, corn ribs, onion petals and loads more to the vegan burger in a beetroot bun, you’ll be coming back here for more. 


The Baltic Social is based in the heart of Liverpool’s creative corner, The Baltic Triangle and brings together all things music, food and drink with a wide range of vegan options to boot. They are famous for their Afternoon Punk Tea and have a vegan version so you don't miss out on their twist of the traditional tea and scones. With vegan nachos, sausage rolls and brownies on the menu, you’ll never go back to cucumber sandwiches again. 


The Garden can be found on the ground floor of FACT, one of Liverpool’s biggest art spaces and is the little sister of tea shop, Leaf on Bold Street. Surrounded by technology inspired art work, The Garden has a wide range of vegan options on their menus, from sandwiches, soups, salads and cakes to fill you up for your fascinating art trip.


Love Thy Neighbour can be found at Hatton Garden in Liverpool’s city centre and is a treat for the eyes and the taste buds. Offering a range of vegan options on their menu from a full English breakfast, buddha bowls, smoothie bowls and snacks you’ll be spoilt for choice. 


This place does it all, not only is it an independent food market that stocks, organic produce, health foods and natural home and beauty products it is also home to a vegan/vegetarian cafe, organic juice bar and Italian food section! Their menus change regularly but it is always super healthy and definitely a place to suit everyone’s tastes. 


Head to Duke Street Market to sample Indigo Greens’ 100% plant based full english and roast dinner. The food hall style establishment is another jewel on the Liverpool food scene you must visit! 


YouTube star Monami Frost has opened this vegan lovers paradise on Wood Street, Liverpool. The restaurant specialises in 100% plant based junk food such as burgers, desserts and shakes, which btw, taste as good as they look!


Maray on Bold Street is a brilliant place to go when your party is a mix of vegan and meat eaters. Their separate vegan menu offers a range of small plates to die for inspired by middle-eastern flavours - their roasted cauliflower dish always goes down well! 

There you have it, our top vegan friendly eateries in Liverpool. Have we missed your favourite spot? Let us know by tweeting @VisitLiverpool and tagging us on your Instagram posts with visitliverpool_

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This blog post has been written by Sophie Shields, Digitial Marketing Assistant for Marketing Liverpool.

Sophie is from Liverpool, loves all things music, particularly the local music scene and Liverpool FC. 


Baltic Social
Baltic Social in the heart of the Baltic Triangle.

Bringing together quality food, boss music and belter drinks to the heart of Liverpool's Baltic Triangle; your next food or drink stop has got to be the Baltic Social.

Maray, right in the heart of Liverpool's independent quarter at the top of Bold Street.

The flagship site of Maray, right in the heart of Liverpool's independent quarter at the top of Bold Street.

Green Fork
Vegan duck, vegan samosas and vegan bhajis all at Green Fork

Green Fork is Chef Sean Paul Redding's plant based restaurant at 52 Rose Lane, Mossley Hill.


Inspired by high-end New York diners, Slim's is an all day eatery that caters for all. From breakfast, to brunch, lunch through to dinner, the restaurant's menu has something for everyone including plenty of vegetarian and vegan dishes.