January marks the month for Veganuary, and Liverpool is full of delightful venues to inspire you to go vegan this month.
With the Veganuary 31-day challenge supported by more than one million people across 192 countries, are you ready to adopt the plant-based lifestyle?
To help you be successful with the challenge we have put together places across Liverpool that serve vegan dishes.
Bixteth Street , Liverpool
Vegan and Vegetarian Indian restaurant, Sanskruti is tending to your vegan needs this January by offering 20% off all food, making it the perfect choice when taking part in Veganuary!
The restaurant serves up some authentic delicious dishes, with varied and more flavour that you can shake a stick at, enjoy Chaat dishes, Khandvi, and vegan naans until your heart is content and your belly is full.
For further information visit www.sanskrutirestaurant.co.uk
312 Smithdown Road, Liverpool
Meatless Liverpool’s meal preps are back with a bang for Veganuary this month, making it the perfect way to start your challenge. Each meal is under 500 calories, packed with top quality fresh ingredients.
The plant-based meals are made and delivered on the same day to ensure freshness and are made by professional vegan chefs with over 20 years’ experience.
Meals are price from £30.00 for a week, delivered to all Liverpool postcodes.
DM @meatlessliverpool the words ‘MEAL PREP’ for further information.
8a Dale Street, Liverpool
Start the day right on your Vegan journey and pop to Dale Street’s Nude Liverpool to enjoy the most important meal of the day, breakfast.
Whether you indulge in a Nude Full English, Peanut & banana on toasted bloomer or you try out one of Nude’s build your own bagel options, its certain to say breakfast has never looked so good.
3 Water Street & 69 Bold Street, Liverpool
If you’re looking for a bit of fine dining while taking part in Veganuary then Indian Street food restaurant, Mowgli is one to add to your list.
With options such as their popular chip butty and chickpea curry, Mowgli gives you the chance to try plenty with their tapas sized dishes while dining plant-based.
For further information visit www.mowglistreetfood.com
Down The Hatch
Basement, 62 Duke Street, Liverpool
Try junk food Vegan style at Duke Street’s hidden gem Down The Hatch.
Wrapping and stacking everything from small bites to Sunday roasts, the venue is one to try while on your Veganuary journey this month.
From double fried oyster mushroom wings coated in hot buffalo sauce, home cooked Sweet & Sour roasted Jackfruit with Basmati rice to Mac & Cheese, junk food never looked so good!
16 Cook Street, Liverpool
Vegan independent restaurant, Veggie Republic based in the heart of Liverpool offers all the fun of a tapas menu vegan style.
With Mediterranean, Middle Eastern, Indian, Pan Asian, Pan American and Salt & Pepper Tapas menus available you can get stuck into small plates such as Poached Pear Salad, Saucy Moroccan Potatoes, Spinach & Potato Dahl, and Korean Sticky Cauli Wings to name a few.
The Vibe Liverpool
Chancery House, Paradise Street, Liverpool
Celebrate Veganuary this January at Paradise Street’s Plant-based cafe, The Vibe Liverpool.
Open 7 days a week, head on down and get tucked into one of their Homemade BBQ Brisket with a Texas BBQ rub and tangy sticky sauce, stacked on a brioche bun with mustard, fresh greens, fermented slaw and potato bites!
If you still got that sweet tooth from the Christmas goodies, you can also treat yourself to a delicious plant powered bake, with flavours such as Super Strawberry, Red Velvet, Oreo VS Biscoff, Toffee Apple, Carrot Cake and much more.
Bold Street, Royal Albert Dock & Allerton
Maray are welcoming back their Green January offer to coincide with Veganuary this month.
To celebrate their love for vegetables Maray are offering 50% OFF all veggie/vegan plates from Monday-Thursday throughout January, which means you get to kickstart your vegan challenge half the price!
Whether you decided to try out the venue signature Disco Cauli dish or the delectable sweet potato fries, at half the discounted price it’s a win, win situation.