Vegetarian Food in Liverpool

Creative Tourist

On the hunt for a decent vegetarian restaurant in Liverpool? We have scampered over the city in our hunt for the places where you can eat green – and our guide brings you some of the best (and some of the more unusual places to get decent vegetarian food, too). Dig in!

Here are our picks

  • 1. The Egg Café

    Looking down on the interior of the Egg Cafe in Liverpool
    Image courtesy Egg Cafe

    Top Floor, 16-18 Newington, Liverpoolv, Merseyside, L1 4ED, L1 4ED - Visit now

    Egg Café is vegan/vegetarian-exclusive in its menu and beautifully laid back in its atmosphere. Think a purple-painted door, long wooden tables and bountiful portions of breakfast, salad, quiche and other hearty fare.

  • 2. Yuet Ben

    Exterior of Yuet Ben with its yellow and orange sign

    1 Upper Duke Street, Liverpool, Merseyside, L1 9DU, L1 9DU - Visit now

    Yuet Ben takes the crown for the best Chinese food. It does serve meat, but its list of vegetarian options is long enough to satisfy even the most picky of eaters.

  • 3. Bacaro restaurant

    Photo of Bacaro's white fronted bar, with wooden bar stools

    47 Castle Street, Liverpool, Merseyside, L2 9UB, L2 9UB - Visit now

    Bacaro is a sophisticated affair. There are some meat-free treats lurking among the cichetti and pizzette, as well as an seven-strong section dedicated to vegetarian plates, including shoestring courgette fries (yum) and primavera risotto with honey goats cheese (double yum).

  • 4. HOST

    Photograph of a noodle dish

    31 Hope Street, Liverpool, Merseyside, L1 9HX, L1 9HX - Visit now

    The pan-asian menu at HOST on Hope Street is similarly veg-impressive – while the desert list boasts about the best brownie we’ve ever treated our mouth to.

  • 5. 60 Hope Street

    60 Hope Street, Liverpool fine dining, Liverpool restaurants

    60 Hope Street, Liverpool, Merseyside, L1 9BZ, L1 9BZ - Visit now

    It doesn’t have the lengthiest selection we’ve ever seen, and it does resort to risotto (snore), but 60 Hope Street is still a bit special. The place settings may not be fussy, with sweet fresh flowers and clean-lined cutlery, but its well-executed vegetarian plates have a good range of flavours. It also does a dynamite deep-fried jam sandwich, which will take you back to afternoon snacks and sticky fingers.

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