Check out these Liverpool restaurants for a vegetarian feast

Vegetarians rejoice, these Liverpool eateries are serving up your favourite dishes.


National Vegetarian Week takes place from 13th – 19th May 2019 and gives us an excuse to feature our favourite veggie restaurants in Liverpool. For those who swerve meat, dining out can sometimes be taxing or just plain boring. Luckily these plant loving vendors have come up with some delicious recipes for all tastes. Curries, salads, burgers and small plates to share, there’s something for everyone.

Here’s 9 Liverpool restaurants serving up veggie dishes you’ll want to try right now…


1 – Titanic Hotel Liverpool

With its new Spring menu having just launched at Stanley’s Bar & Grill, Titanic Hotel is a great dining choice for a light lunch or flavoursome dinner, with numerous vegetarian options. From crispy Hafod cheese croquettes with tomato and red pepper chutney, to the Titanic Waldorf salad, or caramelised shallot tart Tatin, the menu is brimming with an array of vegetarian seasonal produce. Menus here. 


2 – Dash Restaurant & Bar

Sophisticated eatery, Dash Restaurant & Bar on Victoria Street offers veggie sushi, curry, super food salads, roast cauliflower and lots of delicious side dishes that make for an exciting dining experience. Dine in style and comfort – and enjoy a veggie meal you’ll tell others about. Menus here. 


3 – Peaberry Coffee House & Kitchen

Since opening its second site at the Royal Albert Dock last year, Peaberry has become a firm favourite with locals and out of town visitors looking to get their coffee fix or enjoy brunch, lunch or a light dinner. With daily specials the menu never fails to impress, offering a hearty selection of vegetarian options, such as the grilled Halloumi and avocado bagel. Menus here. 


4 – Down The Hatch

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Junk food lovers can get their veggie fix as vegan foodie favourite, Down the Hatch, Duke Street serves up an all a menu that packs a massive flavour punch. From burgers and loaded fries to Sunday roasts and cocktails, there’s something for everyone here. Menus here. Menus here. 

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5 – Lunyalita

For a lip-smacking vegetarian option with a Spanish twist, Lunyalita on the Royal Albert Dock offers a vegetable Fideua made with seasonal vegetables and Catalan noodles, perfect when washed down with a chilled glass of Spanish wine on a sunny day. Menus here. 


6 – Punch Tarmey’s

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Flying the flag for pub grub done right, Punch Tarmey’s at Cain’s Brewery offers up some seriously tasty veggie options on its packed menu. We can personally vouch for the chickpea, spinach & sweet potato curry and the veggie brekkie is delicious and filling. Grab a booth and tuck in. Menus here. 


7 – Revolucion de Cuba

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With a food menu that is equally as exciting as its cocktail menu, Revolution de Cuba on the Royal Albert Dock is an ideal choice for some flavoursome Cuban-inspired small plates and creative cocktails. From Jackfruit nachos and spiced beet burgers, to Halloumi tacos, the menu is brimming with a variety of vegetarian and vegan dishes to enjoy. Menus here. 


8 – Rosa’s Thai Cafe

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Finding vegetarian food in Thai cuisine can often be challenging when fish sauce is King of the kitchen, however this isn’t the case at one of Royal Albert Dock’s newest restaurants, Rosa’s Thai Cafe. The team are extremely accommodating to dietary requirements and able to swap non-veggie ingredients for equally flavoursome vegetarian friendly options. Favourites include fresh summer rolls, Rosa’s fried rice and Butternut red curry to name a few. Menus here. 

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9 – Maray

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The famous Maray Cauliflower dish

The veggie king, Maray is soon to add a third restaurant to its popular local empire, more on that here. At both Bold St and Allerton Rd restaurants you can dine on delectable small plates, loaded with ingredients that will set your sense alight. We recommend the famous cauliflower, sweet potato and flat breads and humous, oh just try it all! Menus here. 


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