Vegan Restaurants In Glasgow
Long before the rest of the world caught on, our city was leading the way with its dedication to vegan eating. Glasgow is home to plenty of vegan-friendly restaurants, covering everything from boozy brunches through to decadent dinners. So next time you're craving plant-based pizza, juicy vegan burgers or meat-free Sunday roast, check out our guide to vegan restaurants in Glasgow.
BrewDog don't only serve a menu of drool-worthy vegan burgers, wings and sides, but they even go so far as to offer 2-4-1 plant-based dishes on a Monday. Head to the Merchant City outpost for beers, American-style junk food and boozy brunches when the weekend rolls around.
Put your assumptions aside, Absurd Bird is chock-full of delicious vegan options. Tuck into their version of plant-based fried chicken burgers, chicken and waffles or buckets of tenders along with a whole range of sides including fries, mac 'n' cheese and onion rings.
Revs are not only a top spot for pre-drinks, but they also happen to cater for a plant-based diet. Chomp on the filling 'Beet Goes On' burger, aromatic aubergine daal or hearty hummus duo next time you're heading out for dinner and cocktails in Glasgow's city centre.
Rock out and tuck in at Mono, the vegan bar and café in Merchant City. The lively joint serves food from 12-9pm daily, focusing on hearty meals such as sandwiches, burgers and plant-based pizza. If you're really hungry? Check out the roast beef seitan slices with pickle, onion and cheese.
Tucked away inside Glasgow's Centre for Contemporary Arts, Saramago Café Bar brings a splash of Mediterranean colour to the city. Cool and casual, the spot uses locally sourced and seasonal produce to create rich vegan-friendly meals, with a long list of options come lunch time.
If you're looking for Glasgow's best vegan curries, Tuk Tuk really is a firm choice. From aubergine and potato to aloo gobi and channa masala, there's plenty of affordable and delicious plant-based dishes to enjoy in the restaurant's bold and beautiful interiors.
The clue is in the title with this cool Renfield Lane hangout as Stereo is dedicated to all things music. Stop by for one of their regular events, lining your stomach beforehand with a pick of tasty vegan food that include jackfruit fish and chips, stacked sandwiches and fresh cakes.
In the mood for a vegan taco night in Glasgow? Head on over to Mezcal, a lively taqueria specialising in Mexican dining, tequila drinking and dancing to live DJs. When it comes to plant-based options, check out the vegan and spinach tacos, veggie tostadas and spinach sopes.
Another vegan party spot, The Flying Duck is doing meat-free in serious style. As a sister venue to Stereo, the basement bar has been around since 2007, cooking up delicious vegan dishes that range from towering burgers and piles of fries, to thick milkshakes and sweet treats.
With a focus on health and wellbeing, Soul Food Kitchen is serving up a 100% plant-based menu in the heart of Finnieston. Expect mouthwatering soups, kombucha on tap and wholesome burgers created with patties made from seitan, sweet potato and even lentils.
Vegan junk food in Glasgow doesn't get much better than Durty Vegan Burger Club. Tuck into filthy plates of signature burgers with an ever-changing menu of specials, sides of fries topped with cheese and jalapenos and weekly dessert specials if you're feeling a little indulgent.
This swish fine dining restaurant in Glasgow has its very own dedicated vegan and vegetarian menu. Ideal for date nights, special occasions and days where you just feel like splurging a little, The Ivy is a botanical beauty for seasonal dishes and handcrafted cocktails.
A firm fave in Glasgow's vegan dining scene, The 13th Note is a cool restaurant decorated with local artwork and trendy furnishings. The venue serves an all-day menu of enticing plant-based dishes including a wide selection of signature burgers and lip-smacking desserts.
While not it's completely vegan, Bloc + has enough meat-free options to make even the most adamant meat eater drool. Head over to Sauchiehall Street to find dishes that include vegan poutine, juicy burgers and homemade hot dogs, all finished off with a choice of toppings.