The Top 6 Vegan Restaurants in Vancouver


This post is about the best vegan restaurants Vancouver has to offer even though I spend most of my time in Toronto and exploring the vegan scene there. But I do love to travel and have been to Vancouver several times.

Vancouver is one of the best places for vegan restaurants but we wanted to find out which were the best so we thought we would use our unique rating system and find out.

Vegan Statistics for Vancouver

Plantvital Vegan Chocolate Protein Powder

A Canadian company, Plantvital offers a unique blend of 18 organic superfoods, including fruits, vegetables, and probiotics. Their Vegan Chocolate Protein Powder delivers a rich, chocolatey flavour while providing essential nutrients and superior digestibility.

The Best Vegan Restaurants Vancouver

Coming in at number 2 is The Vegan House offers Vietnamese cuisine and their menu includes classic green papaya salad, pad thai, caramel spare ribs, cha ca Hanoi, lemon grass chicken tofu bowl, veggie rolls, beef pho, and more. They also have very reasonable prices.

Bonus Bakery is known for their amazing stuffed cookies, pizza pretzels, waffles, almond croissants, cinnamon buns and more. They make everything from scratch and also offer 6 packs and 4 packs of their baked goods.

Vegan Shoku

Coming in at number 2, Vegan Shoku is located in Vancouver’s Kerrisdale neighborhood, and they offer an impressive array of plant-based Japanese cuisine, including sushi, poké, and donburi.

The menu features creative vegan versions of traditional favourites like California rolls, chicken teriyaki rolls, and salmon nigiri, using plant-based ingredients.

The restaurant is known for its generous portions, friendly staff, and vibrant atmosphere. Open daily from 11:30 am to 9 pm, Vegan Shoku has quickly become a popular spot for vegan sushi lovers in the city​.

Folke is another one of the top vegan restaurants Vancouver boasts and their dishes are made for sharing (they recommend 5-6 dishes for 2 people). There is also a tasting menu ($75 pp) in which they select smaller portions of ~7 courses (including dessert).

Some of the dishes include Chickpea Tofu, mushroom dumplings, sunflower risotto, and a mix of greens and satiating vegetables.

Their menu is ever-changing and comprised of small plates designed with the “sharing is caring” mentality. In other words, no two meals at Folke will ever be the same.

Cofu Vegan Restaurant is a delightful haven for plant-based food lovers. With a warm ambiance and attentive staff, it offers a diverse menu that caters to both vegans and non-vegans.

Their signature “Cofu Power Bowl” stands out as a delicious combination of quinoa, roasted vegetables, and marinated tofu, topped with a flavorful avocado dressing. The “Miso Glazed Eggplant” appetizer surprises with its burst of flavors and comes accompanied by crispy kale chips.

To end on a sweet note, the “Vegan Chocolate Fudge Cake” proves to be a rich and decadent dessert made with ethical ingredients. For those looking to explore the vibrant vegan culinary scene in Vancouver, Cofu Vegan Restaurant is a must-visit destination.

Feast & Fallow – Vegan Restaurants Vancouver

Feast & Fallow in Vancouver’s Oakridge neighborhood, is a plant-based café known for its quality coffee, house-made sourdough bread, and delicious pastries.

Open from Tuesday to Saturday, 8 am to 3 pm, the café emphasizes a social enterprise model, hosting workshops on urban agriculture, food waste, and sustainable practices. It offers a cozy atmosphere perfect for working or relaxing, with standout items like matcha oat lattes, olive oil cake, and freshly baked vegan pastries from local producers like To Live For.

And that’s it. Let us know what you think of our choices in the comments.

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