Some think a meal isn’t a meal without meat, but Glasgow is dishing up dinners to prove them wrong.
Following our original list of the city’s best vegetarian and vegan eateries, here are six more to tempt even the most cantankerous carnivore.
This vegetarian Indian restaurant serves food full of flavour, favouring satisfyingly stodgy staples such as chickpeas and lentils. They have a daily curry or daal of the day for under four quid, which is pleasing to the palate and purse.
Ranjit’s Kitchen, 607 Pollokshaws Road, Glasgow, G41 2QG – ranjitskitchen.com
Get cosy at Tchai-Ovna with a satisfying big bowl of award-winning chilli, bursting with beans, vegetables and a smoky flavour, which is more than a match for its meaty counterpart.
Tchai-Ovna, 42 Otago Lane, Glasgow, G12 8PB – tchaiovna.com
Nice N Sleazy
Sleazy’s is known for its big burgers, but Babu Bombay Street Kitchen recently took over the menu and they’re dishing up delicious vegan and vegetarian options, including curry and sweet potato chips.
Nice N Sleazy, 421 Sauchiehall St, G2 3LG – nicensleazy.com
Pint, pub grub and gig venue Broadcast recently revamped its menu to be very vegan-friendly, with beetroot burgers, pistachio falafel and plenty of gluten-free options available.
Broadcast, 427 Sauchiehall St, G2 3LG – broadcastglasgow.com
Steak Cattle and Roll
Don’t be put off by the name – Steak, Cattle and Roll is surprisingly vegan-friendly, with burgers, milkshakes and even almond milk lattes on the menu. This unlikely location for vegetarians offers an increasing amount of meat-free options and there’s vegan mayo to top it all off.
Steak, Cattle and Roll, 321 Sauchiehall St, G2 3HW – steakcattleandroll.co.uk
Where the Monkey Sleeps
Don’t snooze on this hidden gem as they sell out fast. Visit Where the Monkey Sleeps for hearty soup, stews and sandwiches, with lots of variety and veggie options aplenty.
Where the Monkey Sleeps, 182 West Regent Street, G2 4RU – monkeysleeps.com