One of the best things about Leeds is that there are so many places to eat. If you fancy dinner out one night, there’s no shortage of choices. If you’re vegan though, deciding where to go might be a little more difficult. This is Leeds though, and you’re spoilt for choice with these vegan places to eat…
Humpit Hummus and Pita Bar
Corn Exchange, Call Lane, Leeds, LS1 7BR
Located in Leeds Corn Exchange and Leeds University Student Union, Humpit burst on to the Leeds food scene in 2015 and has been a vegan favourite ever since. Serving up hummus bowls, loaded pita, and salad bowls, you can add in falafel to your dish for a great meal. Complement with a fresh lemonade and this freshly made meal will become a firm favourite in your vegan diet.
6 Mill Hill, Leeds, LS1 5DQ
Already popular with the afterwork crowd in Leeds, Bundobust is just as popular with those wanting a vegan feast as it is with those looking for a craft beer. Bundobust opened on the derelict Mill Hill in Leeds City Centre in 2014 and has attracted a loyal crowd thanks to its street food style décor, lively atmosphere, and vegetarian and vegan dishes which include Bundo Chaat, Vada Pav, and Tarka Dhal and rice.
Sheaf Street Cafeteria
3 Sheaf St, Leeds, LS10 1HD
The Grub and Grog Shop at Sheaf Street Cafeteria has held residency here for a while now and with its delicious menu, which is purely vegan unless otherwise stated, there’s no question why. Located in between Brewery Wharf and Leeds Dock, Sheaf Street Cafeteria is worth walking through Leeds for as all food is made from scratch, sourced locally, and is organic where possible. Dogs are welcome here too, but maybe bring some pet treats as your food will definitely be too good to share.
Eat Your Greens
42 New York St, Leeds, LS2 7DY
Eat Your Greens has recently opened but it already promises to be a hit on the Leeds food scene. This is a collaboration between The Grub and Grog Shop and Outlaws Yacht Club and it promises to be a great addition to vegan places to eat in Leeds. There are some meat dishes on the menu but they are few and far between. Why would you choose them though when you can devour Spiced Potatoes with Mulligatawny Sauce, and Roasted Swede and Sunflower Seed Tahini. Eat Your Greens also runs on 100% renewable and green energy, and they ensure they’re a zero waste space too.
Trinity Leeds, Albion St, Leeds LS1 5AY
After becoming a permanent feature of Trinity Kitchen in 2014, Rola Wala is always busy with people looking for a quality Indian-inspired vegan dish. This is the place to come if you want a quick bite to eat, yet still be sure that you’re eating fresh and healthy food that’s packed with flavour. Choose from a naan wrap, cauli-rice bowls, and lots more at Rola Wala.
Where are your favourite vegan places to eat in Leeds? We hope you enjoy trying all these places out!