Top 5 Veggie Restaurants in Liverpool

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Scousers, rejoice! We've compiled a list of Liverpool's tastiest vegetarian and vegan hideouts. From gallery-meets-café, The Egg Café, to sustainable, charity establishment, Meeting House, we've got you covered.

Take your pick from our selection of the best vegetarian restaurants in Liverpool

The Egg Café

Beating in the heart of Liverpool, The Egg Café sits quite fittingly off Bold Street - bold by location and bold by nature. Set in an airy, converted Victorian warehouse, this is the place that de-bunks the myth of vegetarian food being boring - and for a decent price. Starting from as little as £4.75, you can feast on food with a kick - tandoori mushrooms, spicy burgers, fresh hummus.

You can also get a veggie twist on the nation’s favourite dishes, from the classic full English brekkie to the traditional Sunday roast. The Egg Café is also an independent gallery - a great opportunity to fill up on local art, as well as delicious, healthy, freshly prepared food.

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The Egg Café, 16-18 Newington Liverpool L1 4ED

Meeting House Café

Serving as the brainchild of the Liverpool Quakers and training organization, Blackburne House, the Meeting House Café is all about feeling good inside and out with fresh, healthy, season vegetarian food. They hold sustainability and integrity at the core of what they do, with all staff being paid the living wage and a portion of their proceeds going to promoting peace and empowering women. Their breakfasts, lunches, and freshly baked cakes come with gluten-free and vegan options, so there’s something for everyone. Be sure to check out their wholesome daily specials, from lasagnas, to curries, to enchiladas.

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Meeting House Café, 22 School Lane, L1 3BT

White Wolf comes from the Native American name for orca, the first of which, legend has it, transformed into a whale after jumping into the ocean as a white wolf. With spirituality at its core, White Wolf serves as a mecca for clean-eating fitness lovers, offering a full programme of yoga, plus nutrition-rich meals in their plant-based health food café. Keep an eye out for their unique White Wolf coffee blend, organic and fairtrade, picked by local communities of women from the mountains of Mexico.

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White Wolf Yoga & Kitchen, 14 Cook Street, L2 9QU


Sitting just above the Lark Lane Gallery, Greendays provides a tasty selection of freshly prepared vegetarian meals and juices - perfect after a stroll through Sefton Park! Bring a book, prepare to be swept away for hours in their homely, vintage interiors and see if you can grab a slice of their famous vegan coffee and walnut cake. Known for their fair prices and friendly staff, Greendays remains a favourite among Liverpool’s veggie community.

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Greendays, 13A Lark Lane, L17 8UW


First, the backstory: Ital is a plant-based diet, stemmed from the Rastafarian belief system that one should only eat unprocessed food grown from the earth, to promote spiritual eating, “levity” and good vibrations. You can catch ItalFresh creators Poppy and Dan, plating up fresh, unique twists on traditional Caribbean dishes. Be sure to follow them on social media to find out where else they’ll be popping up.

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Italfresh, Baltic Market, 107 Stanhope St, L8 5RE, Thursday - Sunday