If you’re living and studying in the vibrant city of Liverpool and follow a plant based diet, or just fancy a meat free dish, you definitely won’t go hungry in this city!
Vegan food is always absolutely bursting with flavours, with plenty of options to keep you feeling full and satisfied.
Whether you’re in the mood for some quick vegan street food, or a lavish sit down meal on an evening, Liverpool has it all.
We’ve gathered a list of the top 8 vegan restaurants in Liverpool that you need to visit whilst studying in this amazing city!
1. Down The Hatch
If you want large portions and absolutely scrumptious vegan food, Down The Hatch on Duke Street is the place to be!
No matter what your food preference, this restaurant has something for everyone.
Labelling themselves as providers of ‘vegan junk food’ their menu consists of vegan/vegetarian options or vegetarian only.
Their burgers are particularly popular, supplying bags of flavour for a really reasonable price.
We’d highly recommend the ‘Mac’s Big Break’ burger, consisting of a breaded mac & cheese filled patty, chilli jam, sriracha and crunchy nachos.
Other highlights on the menu include the Americana hot dog, garlic mushrooms, and the salt and pepper loaded fries.
2. Sanskruti Restaurant
Sanskruti is an Indian vegan & vegetarian restaurant who use the freshest ingredients in all of their dishes.
Their diverse and colourful menu caters to all taste requirements, from medium and mild dishes to hot and sizzling.
For starters, why not try the chutney tray, featuring 5 different chutneys? All bursting with flavour!
The shahi korma is a delicious mild curry, cooked with creamy cashew nuts, coconut cream, raisins, pineapple and cardamom.
3. The Egg Café
As one of the first eateries dedicated to vegetarian and vegan food in Liverpool, The Egg Café in Liverpool offers a classic homemade menu of soups, salads, burgers and cakes.
Situated in a laid back bohemian style building just off Bold Street, the café even offers a full vegan roast dinner on a Sunday!
As well as a fabulous menu, this eatery offers a great atmosphere too, and is surrounded with beautiful decorations.
This particular independent plucks at the heart strings of the independent food scene in Liverpool, offering a wide selection of vegan meals.
Perfectly framed by its white walls and brightly painted beams, The Egg Café also provides a perfect space for local artists to exhibit their work in what’s known as an ‘eggspace’.
Don’t be put off if you’re not vegetarian/vegan though, this tasty food is bound to satisfy anyone’s palette.
4. Indigo Greens
Indigo Greens have been changing dietary perceptions across the North West, providing restaurant quality vegan cuisine available for delivery or collection.
All their dishes are 100% vegan and cruelty free, consisting of organic, natural and plant based ingredients.
They have their existing meal food prep portions and drinks available for collection, but as an eatery they have a delicious set menu all day with new specials too.
If you’re in the mood for a Sunday roast, they offer a 1,2 or 3 course dinner featuring a soup of the day to start, a nut roast for a main and a homemade chocolate fudge brownie to finish.
5. Frost Burgers
Created by famous Youtuber and Instagram star Monami Frost is the popular Frost Burgers on Wood Street, boasting 100% plant-based street food burgers.
The fabulous menu offers four different types of vegan burger, beef free, chicken free, fish free and falafel.
Hidden away down Ropewalks hippest avenues, this edgy eatery is surrounded with industrial décor and bold graffiti wall art.
If you don’t feel like sitting down for your meal, you can grab it and take it back to your luxury student accommodation if you’d rather relax in the comfort of your own home.
To accompany your meal, try a frosty shake or a frosty doughnut, for the ultimate sweet treat!
Open since 2018, this popular venue has definitely taken Liverpool by storm, and is a must visit whilst studying in the city.
6. Tusk Baltic
With a wide range of delicious vegan and plant-based meals, Tusk Baltic has also become the first carbon free dining restaurant in Liverpool!
As a result of Tusk’s commitments, they are now responsible for planting over 100 trees, another fabulous reason to give them a visit.
Located in the bustling Cains Brewery Village, you’re guaranteed a full and satisfied stomach when visiting Tusk Baltic.
We’d highly recommend the halloumi fries and the katsu curry for timeless flavours.
They also do a scrumptious breakfast, perfect after a night out on the town.
The ‘vegan double down’ features a spiced falafel patty in a hash brown sandwich with hot sauce, maple, spring onions and chilli!
7. Mowgli Street Food
The simple dishes of the Mowgli menu are a million miles away from the curry stereotype, often vegan and packed with fresh flavours.
Situated on the bustling Bold Street, Mowgli brings a buzzing atmosphere with delectable food to match.
A visit to Mowgli with your friends is a must when studying in Liverpool, whether you fancy a treat, or for a special occasion.
For a scrumptious starter, we’d highly recommend the yoghurt chat bombs, which are crisp bread puffs filled with chickpeas, spiced yoghurt, tamarind & coriander.
Mowgli’s main meals range from curries to carbs and a few sweet treats for afters too if you want to satisfy your sweet tooth.
Holy Chow, the vegan showstopper, consists of spiced chickpea, potato, spinach, fresh ginger & mango served in a loaf.
If you feel like trying out the ultimate Indian dessert, gulab jamun is a sweet dish of syrupped milk dough balls served warm with ice cream!
Located on the bustling Bold Street, Bundobust specialise in authentic Indian street food and craft beer.
Bundobust food is perfect for a big feast, a quick lunch, or a bar snack to accompany the local and international craft beers on offer!
The okra fries are highly popular, and you need to try the egg bhurji spiced scrambled eggs with peppers and coriander, served with bhatura.
If you’re wanting to share your food, Bundobust have various combos available including a ‘vegan combo for two’ which includes okra fries, bhajis, bhel puri, chole saag and raghda pethis.