It’s not always easy to find great vegan places to eat, so here at Style of the City we’ve done the difficult bit for you! Here’s our list of 10 places you must try.

  1. Anna-Loka, Albany Road.

Prides itself on being Cardiff’s first 100% vegan café, with a big selection of dishes ranging from full cooked breakfasts, to burgers and desserts; the perfect stop off for anytime of the day. They also cater for gluten-free diets, making it the ideal place to enjoy a meal with all of your friends.

  1. Crumbs Kitchen, Morgan Arcade.

A quaint little vegan and vegetarian café tucked away in the arcade, Crumbs Kitchen serves delicious homemade cakes, as well as warming soups and curries for the rainy Cardiff winter to come.

  1. Clancy’s, Cardiff Market.

Serving vegetarian and vegan takeaway lunch options, Clancy’s is definitely worth a visit on your trip around the Market. Pop by to pick up spices and ingredients to take home and cook up your own vegan storm too.

  1. Blanche Bakery, City Road.

This 100% vegan café home-bakes fantastic donuts, cupcakes and sandwiches every day. A must-try for all.

  1. Milgi, City Road.

This hipster restaurant prides itself on sourcing its ingredients locally and as organic as possible.

  1. The Lazy Leek, Pontcanna.

This hangout creates mouth-watering burgers and donuts; how can you say no to that? This definitely a place for everyone to enjoy!

7.  Greazy Vegan, Castle Arcade

Greazy Vegan fulfills all your vegan junk food needs. Located in the Castle Arcade this restaurant offers a wide variety of 100% vegan junk food including burgers, hot wings, kebabs, dirty fries, hotdogs and, milkshakes. No booking is required just turn up and pig out, or Greazy Vegan is also available on Deliveroo and Just Eat.

  1. Bar 44, Westgate Street.

This modern Spanish tapas bar has a full separate vegan menu, as well as a meat-eaters’ menu. There is something for everyone to enjoy making it well worth a visit (or two).

  1. Simply V, Castle Arcade.

If you’re ever after a tasty sandwich, salad or baked good whilst strolling around the city, Simply V is a great place to go. With a small amount of seating, or foods available to take away, you can always fit a trip into your day. They also sell a whole range of vegan foods such as cereal bars and spreads.

  1. Wild Thing, Grangetown & Cathays

The plant-based cafe with social goals! Wild Thing serves plant-based, seasonal, local and organic food in Grangetown and Cathays. If you’re after an ethical sourced breakfast or lunch, then this cafe is the one for you! This cafe’s social goals strive to get more of their consumers to eat vegetables, to reduce environmental impacts and to fight food poverty. The company strongly believes that healthy food shouldn’t be a privilege, which is why their soup is always pay what you can!



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