For vegans, it has never been an easy task to find delicious plant-based dishes in NYC. We have created a list of vegan options for you to try. Why not opt for something beyond veggie burgers and french fries? In the era of experimental and gimmicky food, we have got you covered with the most flavorful vegan food options in New York City.
Try these vegan restaurants in NYC:
38 E. 19th St., New York
Asian, Middle Eastern, International.
Situated in the heart of the city center, abcV serves the finest of vegan and organic dishes. Their must-haves include Green Chickpea Hummus with Pita, Warm Mushroom Carpaccio, and Mushroom Walnut Bolognese. The restaurant is known for its chic bohemian vibes, vibrant setting, and simple yet flavorful food. Its minimalist space and relaxing interior are ideal for focusing on important conversations, stimulating your brain, or playing best online casino games.
Bodhi Kosher Vegetarian Restaurant
77 Mulberry St (at Chinatown, Manhattan), New York City, New York
Chinese, Asian, Kosher
Bodhi Kosher serves a number of vegan dishes ranging from Chinese to Thai, from Indian to Burmese. Our favorite from their menu is dim sum and vegan BBQ Pork Bun. Make sure you reserve a table beforehand to avoid the last-minute hassle. Veganism and Vegetarian food has it own benefits!
78 Orchard St (at Lower East Side), New York City, New York
Vegan, American, Fast food
Serving plant-based meals since 2017, Orchard Grocer is situated in Manhattan’s Lower East Side. Its menu has bagel sandwiches, mock meat sandwiches, soft serve, quick bites, and crunchy salads. As you enter the store, you will smell vegan cheese, mock meat, dressing, snacks, and different kinds of sauces.
Beyond Sushi – Midtown West
62 West 56th St, New York City, New York
Vegan, American, International, Mediterranean, Beer/Wine, Fusion, Gluten-free
Sushi lovers can be happy as Beyond Sushi serves a range of vegan sushis. This eatery is a go-to place for beer and fusion food lovers. It offers dishes from international cuisine in a fine dining setting. You will find this restaurant in five locations across Manhattan.
Delice & Sarrasin
20 Christopher St (at Manhattan West Village), New York City, New York
Organic, Beer/Wine, French
Craving a piece of dessert? Head to Delice & Sarrasin and grab a French crepe loaded with vegan chocolate sauce and banana. Their Ratotoullie is the talk of the town for its melt-in-mouth texture. They also serve gluten-free dishes.
111 East 7th Street, New York, 10009
Southern, International, Beer, Delivery
For Italian food lovers, Cadence is an ideal choice. Expect creamy pasta, ricotta, and red wine on your table. Their vegan meat bolognese and the smoked grits with tomatoes are one of the most preferred dishes by plant-based eaters. If you are a cider fan, order their Apple Cider Beer with your main course.
Vegan On The Fly
24 W 45th St (at Between 5th and 6th Aves), New York City, New York
American, Fast food, Take-out
If you are craving comfort food, ‘Vegan On The Fly’ should be on your list. Operational since Nov 2021, this eatery is known for its plant-based gyros, starters, platters, salads, buddha bowls, sandwiches, burgers, and fries.
12 E. 32rd St., New Tork
Korean, Asian, International
Korean food has gained its hyped for rice and seafood-based meals, but HanGawi keeps vegans happy by adding plant-based meat. Our recommendation from this eatery is vermicelli noodles with leeks and chanterelle mushrooms, and not to forget the famous Korean ‘bulgogi’. You will also find plenty of gluten-free options making it heaven for the ones who are allergic to gluten. What are you waiting for, make a plan with your girlfriends and head to HanGawi!
Spicy Moon – 6th St
328 E 6th St, New York City, New York
Chinese, Take-out, Asian, Gluten-free
Time to savor spicy noodles and dumplings! Spicy Moon is famous for its Chinese cuisine. Vegans love their wontons, fried rice, and tofu-based delicacies. Don’t forget to try their eggplant in hot pepper sauce. This place boasts of its casual setting, head out with your gang and have a feast.
Jajaja Mexicana – Lower East Side
162 E Broadway, New York City, New York
Mexican, Latin, Beer/Wine.
It’s wine o’clock with Jajaja! Grab a Mexican Taco or order a plate of Nachos. They prepare everything from scratch and are preferred by food connoisseurs. They serve gorditas, plantain chips, chile relleno, churros, flan, and much more for weekend brunch. Ladies, love Sunday brunch idea, isn’t it?
Caravan of Dreams
405 E. 6th St., New York
Salads, Continental, Asian
Salad lovers can’t avoid Caravan of Dreams! You can’t miss their The Lovers Salad and Watercress Mango Salad with a dash of lemon, olive oil, and kosher salt. Giving hippie vibes, this rustic place is known for its in-house cheese-based delicacies such as huitlacoche & chorizo quesadilla.
Ladies put on your trench coats, apply your favorite lipstick, and head to one of these vegan restaurants!