Vegan food is becoming quite popular in Mumbai. Here is the ultimate guide to finding the best vegan spots in the city!
Updated: 15 October 2019
If you are flying to India for exploring cultural diversity, you are likely to land in Mumbai or Delhi first. Mumbai is a city worth spending time for exploring its culture. Even if you are here just to enjoy time with friends, you’d love to visit its amazing places and try its mouth-watering food.
There are tons of cafes opened in the city to the concept of no-meat and vegan only. Those places have lip-smacking meals that will take your taste buds on a delightful ride. If you are looking for some budget-friendly vegan spots in the city, here are our final words on the best vegan restaurants in Mumbai.
This charming restaurant has a comfortable indoor as well as a courtyard style outdoor seating. Kitchen Garden by Suzette feels like a European Café with lots of plants and greenery all around. Their menu is 100% vegan that includes green smoothie, powerhouse smoothie, almond oats milk, overnight turmeric milk, green soups, blugar tabbouleh, and red protein pot. The names are too attractive that no vegan lovers can resist going there.
Candy & Green in Breach Candy has a plush rooftop garden as well as an amazing indoor seating. They have used micro-greens, leafy plants, and home green herbs to embellish the walls and ceilings. It is one of the few vegan eateries in Mumbai that present food free of carbon produce. Their vegan menu offers Italian, Asian, and Continental food. Beetroot sliders, pita bread, and Turkish Kebab wraps are some of the café’s specialties. They have clearly marked every dish vegan such as vegan meatball sub and vegan Panzanella omelets.
The Yoga house is the part of Yoga studio that serves 100% vegan food upstairs. It has a light, airy venue and is the only spot in the city that offers healthy food as well as yoga classes.
They have delicious vegan options including, rice milk, smoothies made of walnut and almond. The famous smoothie made with cashew nut, almonds, banana, raisins, sesame seeds, dates, coconut, and cinnamon is the highlight of the café. People from even remote places come here to enjoy this dreamy dessert.
A shop and restaurant combined, The Village Shop has a special vegan breakfast made up of gluten-free bread, vegan butter, tofu scramble, multi-color fruit salad, mini porridge comprised of coconut, almond milk latte, and mini carrot cake. They have other vegan options as well to fuel you up for a day of long work or city exploring.
Located near Gopal Krishna Veg, Gurudaya is a vegan restaurant that gives super local vibes. They offer special thalis comprised of dahl, yogurt raita, sabzi, aloo ki bhujiya, special pita bread, and gulab jamun. They have other vegan options, and the plus point is that the prices are affordable.
A visit to these restaurants will definitely let you know that Mumbai has a lot to offer other than its traditional food. From scrumptious street food to allied vegan restaurants, this city has it all!
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