Posted in: StudentsApril 6, 2016 10:04 am
These days, vegetarian food is becoming extremely popular, not only because of the principals behind not eating meat, but because vegetarian food is becoming vibrant and exciting. Any foodie can be tempted into visiting a vegetarian restaurant regardless of their food status, providing the restaurant boasts an exciting menu, and an inviting atmosphere.
With National Vegetarian Week coming up (18th -24th May) it is a great time to celebrate all things veggie related. Leeds is in no shortage of vegetarian restaurants, here are some of the best on offer.
Humpit is widely known as a hummus and pita bar. Crowned Best UK Street Food Startup in 2015 Humpit prides itself on its exclusive hummus recipe. The food is kept simple, but is packed with flavour and they only use the best ingredients on offer. Their falafel is always highly praised, so it is definitely worth a go if you like Mediterranean and Middle Eastern food.
For more information, go to http://www.humpit-hummus.com/ or view it on the map:
Tharavadu is a Michelin Star Indian restaurant based in Leeds. As a home of Kerala cuisine, its ingredients are authentic as can be. They do offer vegetarian and non-vegetarian menus, so there is something to suit everyone. Kerala is a mixture of indigenous and foreign dishes, so the menu is exciting to say the least. Their quality of food is extremely important to them so you a guaranteed a good meal out at Tharavadu.
For more information, go to http://www.tharavadurestaurants.com/ or view it on the map:
2 Oxford Place
2 Oxford Place is a busy and exciting gluten free restaurant. It has an extensive vegetarian and vegan restaurant including a few unique items like Tofu Scramble, Truffled Cauliflower Cake and Avocado Timbale. Their menus are seasonal, so they really celebrate the time of year with fresh ingredients and quality dishes. They also have a large range of tasty bakes and cupcakes if you fancy an afternoon tea or just a sweet treat.
For more information, go to https://2oxfordplace.com/ or view it on the map:
My Thai Leeds
If you are looking for a Thai restaurant that has the full package My Thai Leeds boast good food, a cosy atmosphere and friendly, fun staff. So popular, they have not one but two branches in Leeds, in York Place and Wade Street. They have a great number of vegetarian dishes, all designed to be tasty and healthy. They also deliver if you really fancy a Thai, but don’t want to leave the comfort of your own home.
For more information, go to http://leeds2.thairestaurantleeds.co.uk/ or view it on the map:
Nichols Vegetarian Delicatessen
Nichols Vegetarian Delicatessen proudly offers a variety of vegetarian and vegan dishes. They offer a range of cheeses, hummus, salads and sandwiches, as well as homemade cakes. As a café in the trendy Chapel Allerton district in Leeds, it always has a buzzy atmosphere. They choose their ingredients carefully, making sure they are organic and locally sourced.
For more information, go to http://www.nicholsvegdeli.co.uk/ or view it on the map:
Don’t forget to also read out our guide to the top 5 healthy restaurants in Leeds.
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This post was written by John I