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A Vegan’s Guide to Eating Out in Liverpool

January 9, 2017

Liverpool is the underrated city in the North West of England, famous for the Beatles, football and being the Capital of Culture in 2008. It might have once been a grubby industrial Orwellian city but it is far from that today with plenty of sights, things to do and vegan places to eat.

Mowgli Street FoodMowgli’s is an interesting fusion between Indian food and tapas with a separate vegan menu with plenty of options. I’ve been here lots of times and my family can never seem to get enough of this place, often choosing the vegan menu too because it’s just too good. Mowgli’s has proven so popular, they have since opened two more locations, one more in Liverpool and another in Manchester.Price: ££ (Moderate)

69 Bold St, Liverpool L1 4EZ, United Kingdom

HostHost is a Pan-Asian style restaurant with a separate vegan menu with plenty of options. Host is right outside Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral and is a perfect place to get outside the busiest part of town, whilst remaining in the cultural, contemporary area.Price: ££ (Moderate)

31 Hope St, Liverpool L1 9HX, United Kingdom

ItalfreshLocated in the Baltic Triangle, Italfresh is a pop-up food truck open every Thursday night that serves Caribbean and Jamaican food, all of which is vegan. This place has a small menu, but a chilled out summer vibe.Price: ££ (Moderate)

61 New Bird Street, Liverpool

Egg CafeLiverpool’s oldest vegetarian restaurant is the Egg Cafe. It’s a lovely place to meet other vegans as it is a busy cafe with chilled-out vibes. The perfect place to have a coffee and a slice of cake.

Price: £ (Inexpensive)

Top Floor, 16-18 Newington, Liverpool L1 4ED, United Kingdom

The Crosby Tea RoomsOutside the city centre in the seaside town of Crosby is an adorable tea room that serves vegan breakfast, tea and cakes. It’s dog-friendly and even has doggy treats on the menu for your canine friends.

Price: ££ (Average)

185 College Rd, Liverpool L23 3AT

Sugar And DiceFor somewhere different, try Sugar and Dice, a board game café with tea and cakes. Though not all cakes are vegan, they usually have one or two options to choice from as well as soy milk for hot drinks and an entire wall full of board games to play while you’re waiting.

Price: ££ (Average)

33 Cornhill, Liverpool L1 8DP

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