Vegan Vegas: The 5 Best Vegan Restaurants In Sin City
It is estimated that there are 375 million vegetarians around the world so it is only right that in Las Vegas, the city that has it all, there are a plethora of not only vegetarian but vegan restaurants to dine in. In celebration of World Vegan Day (yes, it’s a thing), here are our top 5 vegan eateries that can be found in Sin City.
616 Carson Avenue #120, Las Vegas, NV 89101
If you’re looking for one of the more unique eateries when visiting Las Vegas then VegeNation is certainly one of the first places you should check out. The plant-based menu sets the tone, so if you have any members of your group that love their meat then it’s best to send them elsewhere.
The Pho-King Delicious Asian street food on offer here is unrivalled. There is a passion for vegan and vegetarian food from across the globe so it is the kind of place where you will have the opportunity to try new foods.
The menu is a revelation in its own right. Vegetarian burgers through to African yam stews are sold here.
Its location in the Downtown area of the city also means you are within a close walking distance of some of the more historic sights and sounds that Vegas has to offer.
It is a relatively new restaurant to the Las Vegas scene having been established in 2014 by local vegan chef Donald Lemperle.
5115 Spring Mountain Road, Las Vegas, NV 89146
Veggie House is probably the restaurant you should be putting at the top of your list if you are a massive fan of Asian food. The Chinese menu from this restaurant is exquisite.
The dishes have earned a reputation for being contemporary twists on long time classics. So expect the ordinary to be transformed into the extraordinary. The use of high quality fresh vegan ingredients is a prime reason for the stunning taste.
There is something for everyone on the menu. Veggie appetizers get you in the mood, the all day menu then boasts sumptuous dishes such as the veggie sizzling plate, veggie shrimp, bean curd tofu and vegetables, the Ramen soup noodles special, and a whole lot more.
There is also a lunch menu available if you fancy something lighter.
401 S Maryland Parkway, Las Vegas, NV 89101
The Bronze Cafe might not have the most creative name or play on the vegetarian and vegan puns like its rivals but this cosy little joint is a lot more than its name. It was set up recently in 2013 but has already garnered a reputation that is up there with the best in Clark County.
The quality of produce and ingredients ensures the customers keep coming back for more. The soy milk smoothies have proved to be a massive smash hit.
It is on the menu where the Bronze Cafe comes into its own. This place doesn’t serve sandwiches. It serves sammiches.
Names of the sammiches include creative titles such as The Tree of Life Pita, The Guac and Mole, and The LGBTQ. Entree salads, soups and dishes, and some of the most mouth-watering desserts you’ve ever seen complete one of the most outstanding menus out there for vegans.
You’ll be calling for a franchise expansion in your home town after one visit here.
Mandalay Bay, 3950 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89119
It was always going to happen that one venue located within the premises of one of the elite Las Vegas casino resorts was going to make this list. The winner is Slice of Vegas in the mall of Mandalay Bay.
Italian food is the focus here. That’s a pleasant surprise due to a lot of Italian dishes being based around the staple of pasta and meat. Now even vegans can revel in the culinary heaven of the Italians.
Garlic bread, bruschetta, and roasted cauliflower are obviously on offer but things take a turn for the leftfield with sublime dishes such as Buffalo Chick’n Pizza, curry pizza, and Hawaiian 5-0.
Of course, the finest aspect of Italian food is the dessert. This eatery does not hold back in offering some of the best alcoholic beverages too.
Drinks such as Hey Sugar Lips, Funny How?, Italian Creamsicle, What’s 6 Inches and Hard?, and You Dirty Tomato leave little to the imagination…
3504 Wynn Road, Las Vegas, NV 89103
We end this list with a wonderful little eatery tucked away in the Chinatown district of Las Vegas. It is one of the more understated venues for vegans to dine in.
An oasis of calm and tranquillity, Veggie Delight is just a stone’s throw away from the lights and glamour of the city hot spots that are popular with tourists. The central theme for Veggie Delight is Chinese and Vietnamese food.
Soups, tofu, and mock meats form the basis of the majority of dishes available to eat here. It prides itself on being one of the last remaining eateries that offers 100% vegetarian dishes.
Entrees, Appetizers, noodles, and sandwiches on French baguettes are sure to entice even the fussiest of eaters. The fact that the restaurant even offers catering for special events means that you can order their food to come to you if you are celebrating a special occasion.