The venture formally known as All About Patisserie has now opened premises in the Southside of town on Clerk Steet near the Queen’s Hall. Their menu is vegan and offers pancakes, rolls and sandwiches, salads, afternoon teas and a couple of hot dishes.
Edinburgh’s first all-vegan bar arrived in Leith at the end of June 2017. From the Glasgow stable of Mono/Stereo/78/Flying Duck, Harmonium is a vegan bar which offers a full restaurant menu. Typical vegan dishes Harmonium quarter pounder on a toasted burger bun with classic burger sauce, diced white onion, beef tomato, shredded lettuce. Served with … Continue reading “Harmonium Bar and Kitchen”
First spotted at the Leith Market “vegan quarter” in March 2017, Riel’s Vegan Pizza Slices offer a range of interesting vegan pizza varieties with a very deep pan base. Typical vegan pizza Potato, rosemary and capers, £3 per slice
This café in the Grassmarket serves breakfast and lunch using raw, plant-based, organic ingredients avoiding allergens like gluten or dairy and refined sugar. Typical vegan dishes Blueberry Muffin Chia Pot – coconut milk soaked chia, blueberry coulis & homemade granola Lentil dhal Raw cheese-less cake
The Decadently Pure chocolates are made in Bathgate from pure natural chocolate, not heated above 42 degrees, full of antioxidants, feel good chemicals, low glycaemic natural coconut sugar and nothing unnatural. Free from dairy, wheat, refined sugar and soya. Ingredients: raw organic cacao nibs, raw organic cacao butter, organic coconut sugar and organic medicine flower extracts … Continue reading “Decadently Pure”
Sgaia is a vegan company based in Paisley drawing on their Italian heritage to produce a range of plant-based protein products with texture and flavours similar to meat, which they call MHEAT. Their travelling vegan “butcher” covers a lot of ground selling their produce at markets and festivals around Scotland.
A Portobello-based producer of handmade, raw, vegan, organic, sugar free and gluten free sweet treats. Available in the Forest Café and from the Little Green Van on Portobello Beach.
Moon & Hare is a café in Bruntsfield with a strict gluten free environment and it has a menu where everything is vegan (although dairy milk is offered for tea and coffee alongside non-dairy alternatives). Moon & Hare describes itself as a “local, independent, gluten free, vegetarian, vegan artisan eatery and deli”. Typical vegan dish: … Continue reading “Moon & Hare”
Edinburgh’s newest veggie eatery and it’s 100% vegan, organic and fairtrade. Holy Cow opened on Fri 9 Dec 2016. Everything is cooked from fresh and seasonal ingredients. Rather hidden away behind Edinburgh’s bus station just off York Place. As of mid-Feb 2017 the basement location still has a sign saying “Halo Coffee Co”, but their … Continue reading “Holy Cow”
Typical vegan dishes: Vegan cooked breakfast (served till 11.30am): Scrambled tofu, sausage, tomato, baked beans, mushroom & haggis with tattie scone & toast £9.75 Roasted butternut squash stuffed with red quinoa, pumpkin seeds, dried cranberries and lime zest £12.15 Formerly Henderson’s Bistro, this restaurant moved from 90% vegan to 100% vegan in July 2015. Enjoy … Continue reading “Henderson’s Vegan Restaurant”