Veganism is one of the fastest growing lifestyle choices at the moment, yet there is still the idea that vegan food can be bland and tasteless. Well, that’s not true. Plant products are an exciting and delicious way to eat and it’s healthy AF. These amazing vegan restaurants in Vancouver prove it.

From plant-based pizza to high-end restaurants, Vancouver is a city that caters for every taste. Vegans, vegetarians, and everything in between can happily eat here.

The acorn

the acorn

The Acorn is a restaurant and veggie bar in the heart of Vancouver’s Main Street. They are inspiring when it comes to their vegan options. This is the kind of place you would happily dine in every day for the rest of your life – it’s that tasty. In fact, it’s so good that we even call it the best vegan restaurant in the world!



Meet is the best place for vegan comfort food in Vancouver, with several locations around the city. This is the kind of food that your die-hard carnivore friends can hardly believe contains no animal products. Lunch plates include a spicy buffalo burger or poutine topped with their savory cashew miso sauce, house feta and mozzarella, finished with scallions.



Arbor is Acorn’s little sister restaurant, so you can be sure it’s just as amazing. It’s more casual than its big brother, with a fun and casual menu. Interestingly, you won’t find seitan, wheat gluten, or any other imitation meats or substitutes here. They push the limits with all-vegetables to create dishes you can’t easily make at home.

Chomp Vegan Eatery

chomp vegan eatery

Chomp Vegan Eatery is a true pioneer when it comes to vegan restaurants in Vancouver, with a tempting menu of “vegan food that doesn’t suck.” Think: Memphis-style pulled pork. tofu banh mi, creamy mac and cheese and a delicious poutine. All 100% vegan, and all very tasty.



Heirloom is a popular weekend brunch spot for amazing vegan and vegetarian dishes. All produce is locally sourced and organic where possible, so you can eat with a clear conscience. Everything on their menu can also be made vegan. Try the Blueberry French Toast with Cashew Cream, Blueberry Compote, and Cashew Praline.

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