These vegetarian and vegan restaurants in Devon offer wholesome, home-cooked food in fun and relaxed surroundings
This quirky café is situated inside Harbour House Centre for Arts and Yoga. Take a seat on the balcony to enjoy a spinach and goat’s cheese frittata, and watch the local artists at work in the studio below. Or, treat yourself to a buddha bowl in the walled garden after a tiring afternoon of yoga. With plenty to do and eat here, little ones are catered for, too.
Putting a twist on classic Indian dining, Veggie Perrin’s is an authentic vegetarian and vegan Indian restaurant in Plymouth. The family-run restaurant has been created on the Hindu belief of Ahimsa (non-violence to all creatures), and it specialises in the traditional cuisine of Gujarat, which is famous for its subtly spiced flavours. This is a popular place to eat in Plymouth, so booking in advance is highly recommended.
Grassroots Café describes itself as ‘probably’ the best veggie café in Ilfracombe! It serves classic favourites such as paninis, baguettes, home-made cakes and flapjacks, and also caters for more adventurous tastes – butternut squash and leek Wellington anyone? This sunflower-themed café pushes the boat out with home-made recipes, but if that’s not enough of a reason to visit, they also have ducks!
Willow Wholefood Vegetarian Restaurant serves hearty meals in bigger portions, perfect for the hungrier bunch! With rave reviews and a homely atmosphere, Totnes locals treat Willow as a top-tier veggie favourite. With a seasonal menu, and a walled courtyard for dining outside in the warmer weather, eating here is fun, and delicious, all year round!
The quaint café in this quaint town offers sugary treats that are both home-made and veggie/vegan-friendly. If you’re after something savoury, try the comforting vegetable lasagne (with garlic bread on the side, of course), topped off with a melt-in-the-mouth vegan brownie. For a lighter meal, try the salad selection, or a home-made smoothie. There are plenty of options here.
New for 2020 and becoming increasingly popular, Plant Punks has something to offer whatever you’re in the mood for. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner with a new menu, you could easily stay all day! Run by vegan owners and chefs, you can be sure of eating some fine, plant-powered dishes. You can even get the food delivered to your doorstep.