Our Top Spots for Vegetarian Week | Living North

Our Top Spots for Vegetarian Week


Just in time for National Vegetarian Week, we bring you our favourite cafés and restaurants serving delicious veggie and vegan fare

Steep & Filter, Skipton
Located just off Skipton’s bustling high street, Steep & Filter is a trendy new addition to the Dales’ café culture. As well as being home to a plastic-free ‘eco-store’ where you can refill household products and recycle empties, the café’s menu is full of delicious vegan and vegetarian home cooking. Aiming to dispel the myth that vegan food is any less flavoursome than its meaty counterparts, Steep & Filter’s popular dishes include the full veggie breakfast, minted pea and bean smash and red lentil chilli with cauliflower rice. Enjoy an oat milk iced coffee or herbal tea whilst browsing the café’s charming ‘book-swap’ shelves.
14 Otley Street, Skipton BD23 1DZ
01756 795797 www.facebook.com/SteepFilter

Health Prep Kitchen, Morpeth
This café believes that looking good on the outside starts with feeling good on the inside. Its menu lives up to that mantra, serving wholesome, nutritious and sustainable fare. This is the perfect place to eat well this summer – proving a healthy lifestyle doesn’t have to be boring. A breakfast of homemade raspberry and banana bread with coconut yoghurt and raspberry compote will start your day off right, whilst the lunch menu’s range of vegan bowls are packed with vitamins and fibre.
37a Newgate Street, Morpeth NE61 1AT
01670 631425 www.healthyprepkitchen.com

Jumping Bean Café, Durham
Serving mouth-watering plant-based takes on fast food, the Jumping Bean Café in Durham aims to protect our planet whilst serving delicious home-cooked dishes. You’ll hardly notice the vegan substitutes in the café’s popular burgers and hot dogs – try the vegan quarter pounder with onion rings, slaw and ‘fakey’ bacon and cheese, or choose a hot dog topped with vegan pulled pork and a side of dirty fries. As a bonus, everything on the menu can be tweaked into a vegan version. 
5 Neville Street, Durham DH1 4EY
07762 032223 www.jumpingbeandurham.co.uk

Grub & Grog, Leeds
Using ethically sourced produce and organic ingredients, the Grub & Grog Shop is the perfect place if you are eating clean. The extensive brunch and lunch menus have a whole host of vegan and vegetarian options to enjoy – the fresh salads are packed with vitamins, whilst the root vegetable hash with seasonal greens and brown sauce is total bliss.
3 Sheaf Street, Leeds LS10 1HD
07513492174 www.grubandgrog.co.uk

Make No Bones, Sheffield
Makes No Bones is the perfect dining destination for a mixed group of meat-eaters and veggies. The new Saints and Sinners menu balances lighter bites and devilish treats. There are plenty of vegan and vegetarian options alongside shrimp skewers, Peking duck and Korean-style crispy fried chicken. Substitute the large range of burgers on offer with a plant-based Beyond Meat burger which is also gluten, soy and GMO-free.
4a Rutland Way, Sheffield S3 ADG
07521 610 842 www.templeof.fun

Super Natural Café, Newcastle 
This cosy bar, café and eatery in the city centre serves a range of quality beers and wines alongside freshly prepared meals and lighter lunch options – all suitable for vegans. Enjoy a vegetarian Sunday brunch, choose from the new range of vegan pizzas on Friday and Saturday evenings, or try the vegan cheese scones with a bowl of warming soup.
27 Grainger Street, Newcastle NE1 5JE
0191 447 3800 www.facebook.com/Super-Natural-Cafe

Published in: May 2019

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