Top 5 VEGAN restaurants in BELFAST

From excellent vegan restaurants to classic restaurants with vegan-friendly menus, let’s take a look at the best vegan restaurants in Belfast.

Top 5 vegan restaurants in Belfast.

When it comes to having specific dietary requirements, dining out can become somewhat of a chore rather than a treat.

However, with Belfast’s ever-growing, up-and-coming vegan scene, those who opt for a plant-based diet can rest assured that there are some fantastic options in the city to suit your tastes and requirements.

There aren’t many completely vegan restaurants in Belfast, so this list will also include vegetarian restaurants as well as typical restaurants with the best vegan options available.

Ireland Before You Die’s top tips for visiting Belfast’s vegan spots:

  • Some of the restaurants on the list below are very popular, so always call ahead to book a table for your visit, especially if you have a large party.
  • These might be our top five favourite vegan restaurants in Belfast, but always check other customer reviews online before you visit.
  • Some of the menus in the restaurants we have mentioned change frequently, so be sure to check before your trip to know what you’re in for.

5. Bo Tree Kitchen – authentic Thai food in Belfast 

Bo Tree Kitchen has the best Thai food in the city.
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Bo Tree Kitchen is Belfast’s best Thai restaurant, and the good news is that most of the veggie dishes are actually vegan, too.

It serves up the most authentic Thai food in the city, from rich curries to spicy and flavourful stir fries and much more. Most of the dishes use vegan-friendly ingredients like coconut milk, tofu, mushrooms, and a range of delectable spices. 

While you’re dining here, be sure to double-check your choices with your server to make sure everything you order is on the vegan-friendly side. Serving up a range of meat and seafood dishes too, this is the perfect choice to accommodate everyone.

Bo Tree Kitchen is one of the best restaurants in Belfast and is beyond reasonable in terms of price, so be sure to take a trip for lunch or dinner during your visit to Belfast, which has an incredible bucket list of things to do

Address: 65 -67 University Ave, Belfast BT7 1GX

4. Home – an incredible vegan menu

Top 5 vegan restaurants in Belfast.
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When it comes to the best vegan restaurants in Belfast, Home Restaurant offers up an abundance of incredible vegan options. Whether you’re dining for lunch or dinner, Home has entirely separate vegan menus with fantastic options for plant-based diners. 

While a big issue for many vegans is lack of choice, this won’t be a problem if you choose to dine at Home.

With dishes like crispy salt & pepper tofu, Thai red curry, truffle gnocchi, and more, there is something to suit everyone’s tastes at this Belfast city centre restaurant.

Address: 22 Wellington Pl, Belfast BT1 6GE

3. Yugo – the best contemporary Asian cuisine in the city

Yugo featured on the 2023 Michelin Guide UK.
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Yugo is one of the best restaurants in Belfast that serves up contemporary Asian fusion seafood and vegan plates alongside some of the most spectacular cocktails in the city. Located right in the city centre, the vegan options available at Yugo are to die for.

Featured on the 2023 Michelin Guide UK, some of the best dishes include the vegan avocado roll, the teriyaki glazed sweet potato, the kimchi bao, and the tempura broccoli. 

Address: 3 Wellington St, Belfast BT1 6HT

READ MORE: ASIAN food in BELFAST: 10 places worthy of a pilgrimage.

2. Umi Falafel – Belfast’s answer to Middle Eastern delights

Top 5 vegan restaurants in Belfast.
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Umi Falafel has locations across Ireland, including Belfast, Dublin, and Cork. With an entirely vegetarian menu, this is the perfect spot for those with a deep appreciation for falafel.

Umi Falafel brings a taste of the Middle East to Belfast with its various falafel sandwiches and meals, as well as mezze dishes like hummus, baba ghanoush, kibbeh, and more.

This is the perfect casual dining spot for no-frills, easy dining, open seven days a week from 12 pm to 9 pm.

Address: 3 Wellington St, Belfast BT1 6HT

1. Jumon – the best vegan restaurant in Belfast

Jumon serves up an abundance of Asian-inspired, plant-based dishes.
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Serving up an abundance of Asian-inspired, plant-based dishes, Jumon takes the top spot on our list of the best vegan restaurants in Belfast.

The menu at Jumon is almost exclusively vegan and proves that vegan food can pack a punch as every dish is full of flavour.

With inspiration from Malaysia in the form of the rich and delectable laksa curry, a vegan take on Japan’s ramen and Thailand’s pad thai, and much more, there is something to suit the culinary tastes of everyone.

Even the biggest carnivores among us will appreciate the flavours on offer. Jumon is the perfect spot for date night or a group of friends getting together for a catch-up over a delicious meal.

Address: Unit 6 McAuley House, Fountain St, Belfast BT1 5ED

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Top 5 vegan restaurants in Belfast.
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Nu Delhi: Indian food is often very vegan-friendly, and Nu Delhi in Belfast city centre is no exception. This is a fantastic Indian restaurant in Belfast that has a fun and cool interior with great service and excellent vegan options.

EDŌ Belfast: EDŌ is a modern Spanish tapas restaurant right in the heart of the city centre of Belfast that serves up an extensive array of delicious small plates, many of which are vegan- and vegetarian-friendly.

387 Ormeau Road: 387 Ormeau Road is an excellent little vegan coffee shop in South Belfast serving up plant-based hot drinks and treats. Indeed, Belfast is home to a litany of great coffee shops.

Coppi: You’ll find Coppi in Belfast’s Cathedral Quarter. One of the best Italian restaurants in town, Coppi offers a full vegan menu, including pasta dishes like tortellini, lasagne, and cavatelli. Vegan desserts include a beautiful Sicilian lemon cheesecake. It also finds a spot on our list of the top 10 vegan restaurants in Belfast.

Your questions answered about the best vegan restaurants in Belfast

Coppi is an Italian restaurant in the Cathedral Quarter.
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Is Belfast vegan-friendly?

While Belfast wouldn’t be described as the best vegan-friendly city in Ireland by any stretch, more and more vegan-friendly restaurants, cafes, and full vegan menus are becoming more readily available in the city.

What are the best vegan restaurants in Belfast?

The restaurants we mentioned above are our favourite vegan restaurants in Belfast, but Jumon takes the top spot.

Are there any fancy restaurants for vegan food in Belfast?

Yugo is certainly a “fancy” Belfast restaurant that serves top-tier vegan dishes using the finest, freshest ingredients. The small but delicious plates and the chic interior make it the perfect spot for a fancy meal or date night.

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