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Seattle's Best Vegan Dishes

Whether you are vegan for health or moral reasons, we have found the most awesome, crave-able, totally vegan dishes in Seattle.

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  • Violet Sweet Shoppe

    This bakery is a victory for vegans citywide; everything they make is moist, beautiful, incredibly delicious, and 100% vegan-friendly.

  • Cafe Pettirosso

    The Vegan Mac & Cheese has that perfect crunchy on top, creamy inside vibe. It’s a little smoky, a little spicy, and a whole lot of delicious.

  • In the Bowl

    While technically not a vegan restaurant, the Bowl has ample tofu, faux-meat, and veggie-focused dishes. Their spicy roasted “duck” salad is delicious, and Daffy gets to live another day.

  • Bamboo Garden Vegetarian Cuisine

    BG has the best fake meat, and some of the best veggie-or-not Americanized Chinese food in town. The crispy beef is a personal favorite.

  • Wayward Vegan Cafe

    The dish that inspires dreams of the Wayward Café is the Mac Daddy. Imagine two no-beef patties, house made Reuben sauce, lettuce, cheese, pickles, onions, and even the crucial middle bun layer. It’s like a Big Mac but not so scary.

  • Cafe Flora

    Veggie stalwart Café Flora has a great brunch full of comfort dishes that are naturally vegan or easily vegan-ized, and nd then there is the must-have (vegan) cinnamon roll, which is serious business - sticky, crunchy, nutty, and served fresh from the oven

  • Sutra

    The menu changes every two weeks, and might include a dish like their tamari and maple roasted Maitake-pecan cream tamale with grilled broccoli raab, cardamom mole roja, and black lemon tequila gastrique.

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