They say vegan is a lifestyle choice not just a fad. People all over the world are turning to plant-based eating for health concerns or to protect the environment. And there are some who want to contribute to preventing animal cruelty. Whatever your reason is, your palate would always desire a delicious meal. Thankfully, there are plenty of options in Delhi to get your vegan fix with good taste. We have listed down some of the really popular and good places to eat or order your favourite vegan meals, desserts or drinks. Check it out:
Here’re Best Places In Delhi For Vegan Food And Drinks:
This vegetarian cafe has caught the fancy of Delhiites with its delicious plant-based food, cosy atmosphere, nature-filled decor and peppy music. The garden vegetable pizza, bean nachos, spaghetti and desserts are to die for.
What: Greenr Cafe
Where: N 11, 1st Floor, N Block Market, Greater Kailash 1
When: 12:30pm – 10pm
Cost: INR 1400 for two people (approx.)
The Imperial Patisserie
The Imperial Patisserie presents the “Finest Vegan Cake in the Country” with seamless layers of Chocolate and Apricot blended with Biscoff and Caramel, crafted by Pastry Chef Rajesh Gupta. Designed for vegan lovers, the cake has no dairy derivative and is a perfect choice for people who prefer chocolate over anything else, to satiate their sweet cravings. The Vegan Chocolate Cake features home-made dried apricot preserve with hand-picked vegan dark chocolate to make a perfect concoction, for every occasion.
What: Vegan Chocolate Cake
Where: The Imperial New Delhi, Janpath
Cost: INR 2950+taxes for 1 kg cake
Rose cafe is the go-to place for a quick coffee and meal session with friends or colleagues. The pretty eatery with its homely vibe invites everyone, including vegan people. Their vegan menu offers a variety of foods like pasta, sandwiches, pumpkin salad and desserts like vegan banana cake, which we love.
What: Rose Cafe
Where: 264, Ground Floor, Westend Marg, Saidullajab, Lado Sarai
When: 12noon – 9pm
Cost: INR 1,700 for two people (approx.)
This year, one8 Commune began a flavourful journey with the launch of their new menu, curated by Chef Pawan Bisht. One of the main highlights is the accessibility of vegetarian choices which focuses on health without compromising on the flavors. The chef’s curations see the use of millets, grains, and superfoods, while also introducing options for vegan lovers. The modern touch to the regional cuisines has also been introduced in dishes like Cauliflower 65 Gravy, Signature Black Chicken, Truffle Flavoured Broken Wheat Haleem amongst others.
Where: All outlets in Delhi/NCR
People Of Tomorrow
Nestled in the ever-bustling Dhan Mill of Chattarpur, People Of Tomorrow is an all-vegan restaurant with plenty of options. Visit the eatery after an indulgent shopping escapade and don’t forget to try Tofu Tacos, Farm Fresh Pizza, Burrito Bowl and Chocolate Tart.
What: People Of Tomorrow
Where: Shed 33, Khasra 287, 288/1 & 288/2, Dhan Mill Compound, Chhatarpur
When: 12noon – 11pm
Cost: 1,800 for two people (approx.)
Keventers is best known for its milkshakes and Ice-creams. It launched its first line of vegan delicacies in February 2023. This brand new range is 100% plant-based and gluten-free – a treat for people with dietary restrictions including gluten intolerance and dairy allergies. With no artificial ingredients or added flavour, it’s an excellent choice for all, especially for those who prefer lactose-intolerant diets. The two mouthwatering flavors-Vegan Strawberry and Vegan Dark Chocolate are available in consumer packs of 100 ml and 450 ml.
V Are Vegan
Ambrosia Hospitality has launched a range of vegan ice creams and desserts, called V Are Vegan. The brand specialises in Ice Creams, Ice Cream Cakes, Cookies and Shakes in different sizes and packaging. All the products at V are Vegan are not only vegan but also gluten free too. There is no refined sugar added to the products, the ice creams, ice cream cakes and shakes are sweetened with a sweetener called birch sugar which is a natural sweetener. They deliver across Delhi NCR through their website and various delivery services.
This plant-based restaurant stands out among the bevy of eateries in Khan Market. Vegan food that tastes delicious as well – plus the variety of unique options on the menu is another attraction. Do try their Korean dumplings, Tempura asparagus roll, and interesting cocktails.
Have a veganfull eating experience at these places.
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