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A Vegan’s Guide to Eating Out in Rome

July 4, 2016

The Italian Capital is amazing for vegan food. You can find it at pretty much at any Italian restaurant if you make sure the pasta doesn’t have eggs (traditional Italian pasta doesn’t, but make sure anyway) and the pizza has no cheese or meat. In fact, the majority of my holiday was spent at these Italian restaurants, so I’m sorry if this list is a little smaller than usual.

So What?!? So What?!? is a classic vegan Italian restaurant with plenty of options including some delicious desserts. Although it is a little out of the way, it can be accessed easily by metro and is in a lovely area. The produce at So What?!? is often grown in their own garden, or made with the freshest ingredients and is definitely worth a visit.Price: €€ (Moderate)

Via Ettore Giovenale, 56, 00176 Roma, Italy

Romeow Cat BistrotRomeow Cat Bistrot is perfect for cat lovers. It is a completely vegan, gourmet cat cafe with cats rescued from Rome’s cat sanctuary. It gets busy here sometimes so make sure you arrive early for lunch, or book in advance.

Price: €€€ (Pricey)

Via Francesco Negri, 15, 00154 Roma, Italy

Ops!Ops! is a delicious buffet-style Italian/Asian restaurant that is completely vegan and can be easily accessed by metro. You pay by weight so it is perfectly catered to you.Price: €€ (Moderate)

Via Bergamo, 56, Roma RM, Italy

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