On the hunt for a decent vegetarian food 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! If you want more, check our guide to vegan food in Liverpool too.
Here are our picks
Bacaro restaurant, 47 Castle Street, Liverpool, Merseyside, 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).
The Egg Café, Top Floor, 16-18 Newington, Liverpool, Merseyside, 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.
Honest Burgers Liverpool, 100 Bold St,, Liverpool, L1 4HY - Visit now
Honest Burgers might be more famous for their meaty treats, but they also do not one, not two, but THREE different types of meat-free burgers. The Fritter is veggie, while the Plant is fully vegan and comes with vegan smoked Gouda, Rubies and Rubble Chipotle ‘Mayo’.
Keith’s Wine Bar, 107 Lark Lane, Liverpool, L17 8UR - Visit now
Keith’s Wine Bar is a wildly popular cafe on Liverpool’s wonderfully independent Lark Lane. Keith’s is probably most famous for its vegan nut roast on a Sunday, but it’s a perfect place for breakfast, lunch or dinner any day of the week, with plenty of veggie and vegan specials.