Leeds Vegan Eats
Veganuary may be over, but the plant-based revolution is well and truly upon us!
If you’re keeping up the good habits this year and looking for tasty vegan delights to satisfy your food cravings, Leeds has got you covered.
The oldest all-vegan eatery in Leeds is Cantina, found at the Old Red Bus Station with a range of small plates and bar bites to full meals available, and a bottomless brunch launching this year!
Pieminister has some amazing vegan options, allowing you to experience the North’s love for a good old-fashioned plate of pie and mash with a meat-free option.
Craving fast food? For your burger and hot dog fix, head to Fat Annie’s in Kirkgate Market for a classic New York taste. They even have a student deal where you can add fries and a drink to any burger or hot dog for £1.50 when you show your student ID at the tills.
Donner Summer on Call Lane is completely vegan and provides a taste of Berlin, with kebabs, fried chick’n and more to enjoy. Be sure to try the garlic tater tots complete with pink garlic aioli!
Bundobust, credit Jo Ritchie for Visit Leeds
If you’re after something with a bit of spice, you may want to check out the street food option Bundobust, with everything from aloo gobi to bhaji butties!
Manjit’s Kitchen in Kirkgate Market is another Indian street food spot in Leeds worth trying, with heaps of vegan goodness ready to go.
A personal favourite food spot in town, Little Tokyo, cooks up a storm with vegan variations of classic Japanese dishes, all in an authentic setting complete with koi fish ponds!
Nam Song has all your Vietnamese food needs covered, with vegan variations of their pho, summer rolls and more to feast on while enjoying the unique and colourful setting.
Little Bao Boy is in residence at North Brewing Co, serving up plenty of vegan bao buns, gyozas and more for you to munch on alongside a nice cold pint.
The Residence Life Team