Londoner’s might be spoilt for choice when it comes to vegan takeaway options, but you don’t need to live in the capital city to have tasty vegan dishes delivered straight to your door.
It seems as if hardly a day goes by that we don’t hear news of an amazing new vegan eatery opening its doors, but more often than not you’ll have to make a trip to London to give their menu a try. Thankfully for those of us living outside the capital, we can still enjoy a night off cooking with these vegan takeaway joints across the UK.
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If proper dirty vegan junk food is your thing then look no further than Bristol’s vegan junk food coffee shop and vegan grocery shop – VX. Putting a twist on junk food favourites, the Bristol-based eatery has a lip-smacking menu full of treats such as doughnuts loaded with sweets and chocolate, banging burgers, wraps and the most incredible looking freakshake milkshakes you can imagine!
Whether you’re looking for a vegan cheeseburger with all the trimmings, a hearty bowl of chilli or even fancy ordering in brunch then Vertigo has got you covered. Desserts include chocolatey delights such as Rocky Road and a sumptuous black cherry brownie that’s bursting with flavour. You can even order beer with your takeaway if you fancy getting boozy.
Manchester Vegan Cafe
Who says takeaways have to be unhealthy? If you fancy some wholesome grub then Manchester Vegan Cafe is the place for you. Treat yourself to an all-day breakfast with sausages, hash browns, scrambled ‘eggs’, toast, beans and more or pick up a Buddha box that’s bursting with goodness. If you don’t want to feel too virtuous then make sure you grab a slice of the Matilda cake that’s straight out of your Roald Dahl dreams!
Vegan Dough Co.
This Italian eatery boasts an impressive menu full of plant-based pizzas such as the Nacho Average Pizza with sour cream and lashings of guacamole and nacho chips or the No Meat Beast with vegan meat alternatives, sriracha, mayo and jalapenos if you want to turn up the heat. Grab a bottle of wine or beer to accompany your meal and don’t forget to pop the chocolate brownie sundae in your order!
Find feel-good food at Cardiff’s Atma restaurant. Taking inspiration from popular street food dishes from around the world, Atma puts a vegan spin on their dishes to give hungry diners plenty of choice. If your friend wants to order burgers and you fancy a curry then Atma is the place for you as you’ll find something to please every palate here. They even offer an extensive range of handmade, mostly raw, vegan desserts that will make you feel as good as they taste.
Vegan Wok & Go
Can’t get enough of the amazing flavours found in Asian fusion dishes? Then you need to place an order at Vegan Wok & Go pronto! Classic boxes give diners plenty to choose from with satay, sweet & sour and curry-inspired boxes packed full of plant-based goodness. Don’t forget to grab a side of spring rolls or crispy dumplings to complete your meal!
The Vegan Chippy
Fish and chips is a Friday night staple for many Brits, but why should vegans have to miss out on this traditional treat? The Vegan Chippy certainly agrees as they’ve created an impressive fish-free menu with everything you’d expect to find at a chippy. Enjoy chips and curry sauce, black pudding, burgers, haggis and even tofish and chips – all completely free from animals!
The 13th Note
The 13th Note boasts a menu full of different dishes to suit every mood. If you fancy a burger and chips with sauerkraut and our chunky cashew pickle sauce or macaroni and cheese with thick cashew cheese sauce or even seitan-filled bao bun then this is the place for you! Finish off your meal with a generous slice of vegan cheesecake or a side of fully loaded fries for a proper takeaway treat.
If you’ve had a big night out and need something to replenish your energy then you need to put in an order at Nottingham’s Wholesome Juicery asap! Choose from a wide selection of freshly pressed juices that promise to make your skin glow, boost your immunity and aid recovery, or grab yourself a smoothie or shake packed with fruits and nut butters.
Brighton is arguably the most vegan-friendly city in the UK with a plethora of amazing vegan eateries to choose from, such as The Pipeline. Here you’ll find a menu full of cleverly-named burgers, hot dogs and wraps, all named after famous musicians. Grab a Stevie Nicks wrap with teriyaki chicken and garlic mayonnaise in a toasted tortilla wrap or sink your teeth into Suzi Quatro burger loaded with beef style burger patty, melted blue vegan cheese, rashers, lettuce, tomato, red onion, pickles, and burger sauce. Make sure you save room for dessert as the peanut butter brownie and apple pie are not to be missed!
If you’re after proper café-style grub for breakfast then pop an order into Prana Cafe right away! Enjoy a full Prana breakfast with all the trimmings featuring a vegan sausage, baked beans, scrambled tofu, tomato, mushroom, and sourdough toast or check out the extensive range of toasts topped with everything from scrambled tofu to beans and cheese. If you’ve got a sweet tooth then the pancake and waffle menu will have you drooling! Wash it all down with a deliciously creamy milkshake!
Carb lovers get yourself to Preston so you can indulge in Vex Vegan’s menu stat! You’ll find vegan lasagne, burgers, pies with chips and gravy and a whole host of vegan pizzas topped with everything from mushrooms to vegan cheese and mock pepperoni and ham. If you’re a dessert lover then put your stretchy pants on and prepare to gorge yourself on cinnamon rolls, sticky toffee pudding, pancakes and ice-cream.