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10 Liverpool restaurants you should visit if you’re doing Veganuary

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By The Guide Liverpool

10 Liverpool restaurants you should visit if you’re doing Veganuary

It’s that time of year again, people are ditching chicken for seitan, swapping out their milk for nut based alternatives, to change up their lifestyle for a month, or maybe even for good.

Veganuary had more than 620k people convert to being Vegan in 2022 – the plant-based diet is a way of protecting the environment, preventing animal suffering, and a way to improve health. 

So where can you go in Liverpool for great Vegan food? Check out these 10 places we have put together to inspire you!

Down The Hatch – Duke Street

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Committed to making sure your belly is full and your hangover is cured –  one overflowing plate at a time. Down The Hatch prides themselves on their portion sizes, so feel free to fill your boots and stuff your faces with their incredible vegan junk food! 

This January you can get 2 4 1 on burgers Monday – Friday.

For more info click here

Jaja Thai – Park Road

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Based on Park Road, this cosy Thai restaurant is smashing it with the authentic cuisine they are dishing up. With a huge passion for what they do, this translates into Jaja’s food – every mouthful you eat at this hidden gem is exploding with flavour! 

Their vegan menu has everything from main meals, sides, soups, stir-fry dishes, and curries. Try the Vegan Dragon Eggs (pictured) which are crispy tofu pockets stuffed with potatoes, garden peas, sweet corn, seasoned vegetables served with sweet chilli dip – it is not one to miss!

For more info click here

Sanskruti – Bixteth Street

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Sanskruti Restaurant Liverpool offer authentic and unique Indian vegetarian and vegan cuisine. They offer a wide variety of dishes, many of which you are unlikely to find at any other restaurant. 

Their meals are prepared with the belief that Indian food is not only about heat but also about the perfect marriage of aromatic herbs and spices. The menu is as diverse and colourful as the continent itself.

For more info click here

Ginger – Duke Street Market 

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Ginger is an Asian Bowl food concept devised by Colin and Gary Manning, co-founders of The Quarter in Liverpool, and inspired by their travels in South East Asia and beyond.

The Asian-inspired menu uses high quality, authentic and fresh ingredients to create dishes with an extensive variety of flavours and textures, with influences from Japan, Korea, Thailand, China & Malaysia.

Check out their Fake Duck spring rolls next time you’re visiting. And on a Tuesday, you can get 20% off your whole bill!

For more info click here

CB Sushi 

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The founder and head chef behind CB SUSHI, Chloe, prides herself in producing top quality vegan food, combing innovative and explosive flavours, with artistic elegance. 

Established in 2018, their aim is to prove that plant-based eating is just as good, if not better than traditional foods, as well as playing a pivotal role in benefiting the environment.

How incredible does their Vegan Chilli Cheesesteak look? If you use code VEGANUARY23 on their online store you will receive an extra 30% off your order.

They currently deliver to: L1, L3, L4, L6, L8, L11, L12, L13, L14, L15, L16, L17, L18, L19, L20, L24, L25, L36.

For more info click here

The Vibe Cafe – Paradise Street 

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Vibe Cafe’s mission is to serve an experience for the mind, body and soul. They’re a family run business with a dream to share the food they love, with the city they love. 

Serving 100% plant-based food and drink to nourish, nurture and inspire. They’re passionate about making as much as they can in house from scratch. They have you covered for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. 

For more info click here

PICNIC – Smithdown Road

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Since opening, PICNIC have always prided themselves on giving customers the best possible food with the best possible service. Healthy fast food is the idea behind their menu. 

Part of PICNIC’s mission has always been sustainability, and they are always looking for ways to improve their carbon footprint. Having recently joined an innovation catalyst led by The University of Lancaster – the team are now encouraging other businesses to convert to reusable, recyclable or biodegradable packaging – like the ones they use in store. 

For more info click here

Bundobust – Bold Street

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Sustainability is key to what Bundobust do – their beers are brewed on a small scale using the best ingredients, cultural traditions mean all of the food is vegetarian (most of the menu can be made vegan as well), and their street food roots have allowed them to discover vegware.

A Bundo icon, these little white pots are made of bagasse – reclaimed sugarcane which is totally compostable, eliminating the need for industrial dishwashers and non-recyclable tableware, and reducing our landfill contributions and water and energy usage.

You need to check out their Bombay Sandwich this January – Grilled sandwich packed with potato & spinach, green chutney, cucumber, red onion, tomato & vegan cheddar. Seasoned with chaat masala & served with Sambhar for dunking.

For more info click here.

Big Lola’s – Smithdown Road & Duke Street Market

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Big Lola’s Taqueria is a Mexican inspired taco shop based in Duke Street Market, and more recently they have opened their own store on Smithdown road. This concept has come from the guys behind Cahita in Duke Street Market. 

They have taken inspiration from San Francisco’s Latino Mission District and are serving up Mexican street food dishes. They have a number of Vegan dishes available like their Spiced Mushroom Tacos, Vegan Roast Veg Burrito with Vegan Cheese (pictured), and their Mushroom & Roast Veg taco box (make sure you request a vegan sauce to accompany this one). 

For more info click here

Wagamama – Liverpool ONE

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Wagamama at Liverpool ONE is the home of irresistible noodle dishes, ramen and Japanese-inspired food. You’ll find it on The Terrace on Paradise Street, alongside some of the most popular restaurants in the city centre.

The menu at Wagamama Liverpool is fresh, vibrant, nourishing and revitalising. You have to check out their yasai gyoza – five steamed yasai gyoza. udon noodles. vegetable broth. roasted bok choi. chilli sambal paste. spring onion. coriander. chilli oil. side of gyoza sauce.

For more info click here.

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