The app also claims that the number of vegetarian restaurants has more than doubled in the last year alone, meaning more options for plant-operated customers.
and with the closing of the policy institute Chatham House February 1 report While a plant-based diet is the best thing we can do to prevent damage to global wildlife, there’s no better time to discover mouth-watering vegetarian food.
We have selected some of the best things to order from Deliveroo, whether you are self-isolating or just looking for a delicious vegetarian feast.
With a commitment to make 50 percent of its menu meat-free by the end of 2021, Wagamama is an excellent option for plant-fed eaters. The restaurant offers an impressive selection of dishes for vegetarians, including their bestselling katsu curry, a vegetarian pad thai and a vegetarian version of the yaki soba udon noodle dish.
A finalist in the 2021 National Burger Awards, Smashburger offers a range of vegetarian burgers, chips and sides at multiple locations across the country, including Brighton, Newcastle, Bath, Glasgow and Milton Keynes.
The high street stalwart offers a fine selection of vegetarian starters, mains and desserts, including their classic dough balls, pizza and chocolate and amaretto parfait.
With branches in Liverpool, London and Manchester, this popular 100 percent vegetarian falafel outlet is a hit with plant-operated customers, offering a wide variety of wraps, salads, juices and smoothies.
The House of Peri Peri Chicken may not be the first place to think of a vegetarian diet, but the chicken chain also offers a selection of plant-based meals. The Great Imitator Burger includes its award-winning vegan mayonnaise, but note that the wrap and best contain shellac.
Deliveroo reported in January that the cities with the highest per capita vegetarian orders in the past year were Brighton, Bristol, Edinburgh, London and Manchester. We’ve rounded up some of the best offerings on the app for vegetarian eaters in these cities.
This Japanese restaurant serves vegetarian sushi, Japanese tapas and dishes cooked authentically for vegetarians – and was awarded a PETA “progi” (short for “progress”) award for their distinctive creations.
really happy chicken
Brighton’s first vegetarian fried chicken shop offers plenty of vegetarian options including wings, burgers, mac ‘n’ cheese, wraps and desserts.
With restaurants in Bristol, Brighton, London and Manchester, this award-winning vegetarian pizza company claims to be the UK’s first vegetarian pizza outlet. Founded in 2015, and seemingly taking inspiration from friend Episode titles, favorite recipes on Deliveroo include The One and Only Parmigiana Party, The One with the Truffle, and The One with All Seasons.
Cheung’s Vegetarian Kitchen
While the exterior of Cheung’s takeaway restaurant may appear immaculate, its interior features a plethora of vegetarian food, including crispy flavorful vegetarian duck, popcorn tofu, chili vegetarian beef with black bean sauce, and sweet and sour vegetarian chicken. is.
seed for the soul
This 100 percent vegetarian eatery serves a whole host of vegetarian treats including vegetarian breakfasts, burgers, hot dogs, bowls, wraps – and even serves vegetarian beer and wine
The OG of plant-based food, Mildred’s has been serving delicious vegetarian and vegan food in London since 1988, so you know you’re in safe hands. As well as having four branches throughout the city, popular dishes on Deliveroo include a Korean Fried Chicken Burger, Tempeh Poke Bowl and Kiri Hodi Sweet Potato Curry.
The UK’s first 100 percent plant-based Bleeding Burger isn’t for everyone, but it’s a good bet for those wanting an authentic fake meat burger experience. Their range of burgers is the major attraction here, along with imitation chicken nuggets and fries making for a great vegetarian fast food experience.
As a finalist at the 2020 British Street Food Awards, Hogless Roast describes itself as the UK’s only 100 percent vegetarian hog roast. While it may be summer now, the cold days are not far off, so it might be worth bookmarking for when you love Mega Feed. As well as their 48-hour spicy smoky plant-based protein roast, they also offer vegetarian mac ‘n’ cheese, dirty hash browns and a selection of puddings.
With branches in Leeds, Manchester and Liverpool, this Indian street food establishment specializes in vegetarian and vegan dishes, including bhaji, tarka dal, chole saag and the unique raghada pithis – a northern/Indian hybrid pea and potato cake.