Vegan restaurants and shops in Vancouver

Raw high tea at Indigo Food Café

Raw high tea at the former Indigo Food Café. (Stephen Hui)

Although it’s always great to see animal-friendly options at vegetarian and omnivore restaurants and shops, nothing beats setting foot in a fully vegan joint. Thankfully, Vancouver and its suburbs are home to a growing number of such places.

For locals and travellers, we’ve compiled an up-to-date list of 100-percent vegan restaurants, food trucks, bakeries, and shops in Metro Vancouver. You’ll find them organized by municipality and ordered alphabetically.

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Culver City Salads

What: Vegan and gluten-free food truck.
Where: Hamilton Street and West Georgia Street.
Read more: Culver City Salads plants vegan food truck in downtown Vancouver.

Soba noodle salad

Soba noodle salad from Culver City Salads. (Stephen Hui)

Edible Flours

What: Vancouver’s first vegan retail bakery, with gluten-free options.
Where: 2280 West Broadway.
Read more: Eat this, vegans: Lovely Coconut cake from Edible Flours.

Edible Flours

Baked goods at Edible Flours. (Stephen Hui)

Eternal Abundance

What: Organic, vegan café and grocery store.
Where: 1025 Commercial Drive.
Read more: Vegan café and store Eternal Abundance aims for rebirth in Vancouver.

Eternal Abundance

Nori roll raw sushi at Eternal Abundance. (Stephen Hui)

Fairy Cakes

What: Vancouver’s first vegan (and nut-free) cupcake shop.
Where: 3586 Fraser Street.
Read more: Eat this, vegans: Blueberry roll from Fairy Cakes in Vancouver.

Fairy Cakes cupcakes

Cupcakes at Fairy Cakes. (Stephen Hui)

Gorilla Food

What: Organic, raw vegan café.
Where: 101-436 Richards Street.
Read more: Gorilla Food’s Aaron Ash launches raw vegan cookbook in Vancouver.

Gorilla Food

Gorilla Food in downtown Vancouver. (Stephen Hui)


What: Vegan casual fine dining restaurant.
Where: 3980 Fraser Street.
Read more: Graze brings vegan brunch to Fraser Street in Vancouver.

French toast at Graze

French toast at Graze. (Stephen Hui)


What: Raw vegan juice bar serving organic, gluten-free food (formerly Indigo Food Café).
Where: 1978 West Broadway (Greens Organic + Natural Market).
Read more: Inddigo juice bar brings raw vegan food to Greens Organic + Natural Market.

Indigo Food Café

Cake trio at the former Indigo Food Café. (Stephen Hui)

Krokodile Pear

What: Organic, vegan juice bar.
Where: 1867 West 1st Avenue.
Read more: Krokodile Pear puts organic juice and vegan food on tap in Kitsilano.

Krokodile Pear

Cypress from Krokodile Pear. (Stephen Hui)

Loving Hut Express

What: Vancouver’s first vegan food truck.
Where: Pacific Boulevard and Davie Street.
Read more: Loving Hut Express veganizes Philly cheesesteak in Vancouver.

Loving Hut Express

Crispy Chick’n burger from Loving Hut Express. (Stephen Hui)

Nice Shoes

What: Vancouver’s first vegan shoe store.
Where: 3568 Fraser Street.
Read more: Nice Shoes anniversary party to benefit Fur-Bearer Defenders.

Nice Shoes

Men’s footwear at Nice Shoes. (Stephen Hui)

Panz Veggie Restaurant

What: Vegan Chinese restaurant.
Where: 1355 Hornby Street.

Panz Veggie Restaurant

Panz Veggie Restaurant in downtown Vancouver. (Stephen Hui)

Vegan Pizza House

What: Vancouver’s first vegan pizzeria.
Where: 2119 Kingsway.
Read more: Eat this, vegans: Vegetarian Special at Vegan Pizza House.

Vegan Pizza House

Vegetarian Special from Vegan Pizza House. (Stephen Hui)


Paradise Vegetarian Noodle House

What: Vegan Vietnamese restaurant.
Where: 8681 10th Avenue.
Read more: Paradise Vegetarian Noodle House fights climate change in Burnaby.

Paradise Vegetarian Noodle House

Spicy lemongrass tofu from Paradise Vegetarian Noodle House. (Stephen Hui)

Port Moody

Chomp Vegan Eatery

What: Tri-Cities’ first vegan (and gluten-free) restaurant.
Where: 7-201 Morrissey Road.
Read more: Chomp Vegan Eatery celebrates first anniversary in Port Moody.

Chomp Vegan Eatery

Grilled Cheese Madness at Chomp Vegan Eatery. (Stephen Hui)

White Rock

Vegan Pizza House

What: Vegan Pizza House’s second location.
Where: 15565 Marine Drive.
Read more: Vegan Pizza House opens second location in White Rock.

Vegan Pizza House

All Dress from Vegan Pizza House. (Stephen Hui)

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9 thoughts on “Vegan restaurants and shops in Vancouver

  1. Could you recommend a veg friendly place in or around Vancouver with a private function area for a party of about 30? Thanks in advance for your help!

  2. Depending on your budget, the restaurants at the Fairmont Hotels and also the Yew @ Four Seasons all have separate vegan menus, limited choices but great food. Not sure what they are like for large groups.

    Have you taken a look at cravings? They have aveg-friendly menu and do groups:

    Looks like Chau Veggie also does private bookings:

    Good luck

    • Wow, congrats on the big move! I tried Field Roast for the first time at the Vegan Holiday Festival (I think maybe Vegfest?) and have been a fan ever since. The Celebration Roast is my rfoavite. I never liked real meat, and your product is the only one that has enough real flavor to make it a food on it’s own, not something fake. I’m not ready for the sausages yet (they look too meaty, I know I’m crazy!), but I love love love the roasts! Keep up the great work

  3. First Very Great Post, one quick note that is Afternoon Tea, not High Tea. Afternoon Tea is the fancy one we think of with lace and dainty food, etc. High Tea is more of a meal.

  4. So glad I came across this site! I recently came back to Vancouver from Hong Kong and have changed from my vegetarian diet to a vegan/raw food diet. As I am a foodie,this is very helpful indeed! Keep it up !

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