Found in the Merchant City, Rose & Grants offer a full vegan menu with everything from a VLT to a full vegan breakfast and delicious vegan sweet treats from ice cream to doughnuts! A must try, is the vegan square sausage – a meat free version of this Scottish favourite!
The Flying Duck
The Flying Duck is a quirky little underground (literally) venue tucked away on Renfield Street - as a club venue you'll always find something on, but don't miss out on their all vegan menu either!
The Cran is a new retro pop-up trading venue for micro-businesses to sell their produce. Located in Finnieston House, which dates back to 1855, the space has been up-cycled into a quirky retreat selling artisan coffee, healthy juices, freshly baked cakes and breads and vegan ‘grab and go’ sandwiches, curries and soups.
The award-winning Red Onion is situated in the heart of Glasgow city centre. Chef/patron, John Quigley, once private chef to rock stars including Bryan Adams and Guns n Roses, has gained a reputation for excellent casual, gourmet dining. Alongside the A La Carte, you can choose from Vegan, Gluten free and Dairy Free menus.
The Glasgow institution, Two Fat Ladies at The Buttery, known for its relaxed old-school feel of a by-gone era, offers a specific Vegan/Vegetarian menu for diners, with numerous gluten free options available too.
Mayze Coffee & Food
Based in the ever trendy Finnieston is Mayze Coffee & Food, which offers speciality coffee, alongside a fully vegetarian menu, with all dishes adaptable to being vegan. Their brunch menu is well worth checking out, including the likes of bhacon, swquare sausage and tofegg.
Soul Food Kitchen
Proving that it's the place for foodies, Finnieston is the spot for the latest vegan cafe to open in the city, Soul Food Kitchen. The plant-based cafe bills itself as offering food that serves the body and soul, with a menu promising hearty soup, delicious soul bowls and indulgent burgers.
Ranjit's Kitchen is a family run Panjabi food deli with a fully vegetarian menu located in the Southside of the city. The ethos of the kitchen is to serve authentic Panjabi food just as you would enjoy in every Panjabi household.
Ushas, in the West, is an Indian street food restaurant with a menu dedicated to vegetarian and vegan options. Choose from puri to pakora, all designed and inspired by the owner's mother-in-law, Usha Bhalla.
Awarded a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence, Lotus is a chinese restaurant just South of the river, which prides iteself on offering a plant-based flavoursome menu, with no MSG additives.
Found in the city's famous Great Western Road, Serenity Now offers a 100% plant-based breakfast, brunch and lunch menu, with the drinks menu including some seriously healthy delights in the form of smoothies and wellness lattes.
Starting life as a pop-up, MalaCarne developed a following before setting up a permanent home in the South of the city. The intimate and inviting space offers up veggie favourites alongside ever changing seasonal specials.
Focusing on fresh, organic and cruelty free ingredients, Picnic brings a vegan option to the cafes of the Merchant City. With wraps, sandwiches, smoothies and a range of mouthwatering cakes, including raw-cakes, on the menu.
Tomillo is a pop up vegan restaurant, which does evening takeovers on a Thursday, Friday and Saturday at the quirky dining establishment, Ocho, based at Speirs Wharf. Tomillo serve up high quality vegan fayre each weekend with a canal side view.
For vegan fast food, Glasvegan in St Enoch Square in the heart of the city is where to head. Open morning to evening, Glasvegan serves up vegan square sausage rolls, hot dogs with various toppings, vegan kebabs and much more.
Based beside St George's Cross Subway within quirky surrounds, Rawnchy serves up a beautiful range of raw desserts for sitting in, taking away or ordering for special occasions. All products are dairy-free, gluten-free, soy-free and refined sugar-free.