6 vegan restaurants in Nottingham you must try!

Are you on the hunt for tasty plant-based dishes? Nottingham has a selection of the finest vegan restaurants around. Whether you’re after a romantic dinner out, a leisurely brunch, or a late afternoon lunch, you’re sure to find something delicious. Here are 6 vegan restaurants in Nottingham you must try!

As vegans, we know how challenging it can be to find restaurants that offer satisfying vegan options. It can be disappointing to be handed the menu and discover that your only choices are a bean burger or a flavourless mushroom risotto, again. That’s why we have compiled a list of 6 of our favourite vegan restaurants in Nottingham. So you won’t have to waste time searching for vegan-friendly eateries! Prepare to indulge in tasty vegan burgers, tacos, and Indian street food at these vegan restaurants in Nottingham.

1. No. Twelve

No. Twelve 100% Vegan Restaurant in Nottingham.

100% plant-based food | A La Carte and 7 course tasting menu | Perfect for celebrations

Are you looking for exciting plant-based food? No. Twelve is a family-run restaurant located in a converted red brick mill in Eldon Chambers and offers a menu that is 100% plant-based. They prove that plant-based cuisine doesn’t have to be boring. Whether you are veggie, vegan or not, you’ll find something to enjoy here. You can expect casual service and high-quality local produce. All are delivered with finesse, creativity, and passion. No. Twelve is the perfect spot for a small plates-style dining experience; if you want something extra unique, check out their A La Carte or 7-course set tasting menu. They also offer a lunchtime deal on Fridays and Saturdays from 12-4 pm, which is excellent value.

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Location: Eldon Chambers, Wheeler Gate, Nottingham NG1 2NS

2. Prickly Pear

Vegan breakfast dishes at Prickly Pear in Nottingham.

Located at Nottingham’s only Vegan Pub (The Golden Fleece) | Vegan cheese boards, tacos, salad bowls, breakfasts and more | Perfect for a casual brunch

Prickly Pear is one of our absolute favourites for vegan food. The menu is bursting with vibrant and delicious dishes, all full of flavour. You’ll be kicking yourself for not trying this place sooner. The cosy atmosphere and friendly staff add to the experience, making it a vegan scene legend. And the best part? It’s not only vegan-friendly but also wallet-friendly, it’s affordable, and they have plenty of drink and meal deals. Check out their fantastic TripAdvisor reviews too.

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Location: 105 Mansfield Rd, Nottingham NG1 3FQ

3. Annie’s Burger Shack

Annie's veggie chicken burger.

Vegan burgers like you haven’t tried before! | Vegetarian, vegan and meat options | Great for a meal with friends

We have tried plenty of vegan burgers in our time, and the burgers at Annie’s Burger Shack are some of the best! Here you can choose any burger on the menu to be completely vegetarian, vegan, or meaty. This is a rare find when it comes to vegan burgers, and it’s impressive that Annie’s has such an extensive menu of meat and dairy-free options. All burgers are cooked to order and served on a toasted classic sesame bun with crisp iceberg lettuce and tomato plus the portions are huge. Try Annie’s with friends this weekend if you love a vegan burger.

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Location: 5 Broadway, Nottingham NG1 1PR

4. Crocus Cafe 

Crocus Cafe vegan food in Nottingham.

Crocus is a not for profit café | Affordable options | Fantastic for breakfast and lunch

Known as the oldest community café in Nottingham! This café is unique because it is not for profit and run by friendly volunteers, which is why their food is so affordable. It is managed on a day-to-day basis by Real Lives CIC. They pride themselves on being vegetarian and vegan and sourcing ingredients locally and fairly. If you have any dietary requirements, just let them know, and they can accommodate them. 

For those who are in need, they offer suspended meals. This concept was introduced in Italy’s coffee shops called Caffè Sospeso, which means “pending coffee.” It allows a paying customer to buy an extra meal or drink for someone in need. This idea has been developed in many cafes across Europe and the world. If you would like to have a suspended meal, you need a voucher. Chat with the café manager, and feel free to approach staff if you have any questions.

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Location: 18 Lenton Blvd, Nottingham NG7 2ES

5. Wildwood

Vegan Salad from Wildwood Italian restaurant in Nottingham.

Italian cuisine | Perfect for pizza lovers | Great for family meals or celebrations

Wildwood is an Italian restaurant that prides itself on producing high-quality food sourced from the finest ingredients. They have many vegan options and pizzas that can be made with vegan cheese. We adored the vegan lasagne here on our last visit. This restaurant is perfect for little ones as a fun kids’ menu is filled with age-appropriate activities and healthy food. The restaurant is spacious and stylish, and the menu is diverse, making it perfect for family, a date, dinner with friends or a celebration.

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Location: 18 King Street, Nottingham NG1 2AS England

6. Mowgli

Mowgli Indian Street Food.

Inspired by Indian street food | Lots of flavoursome vegan options | Great for a catch up with friends or groups

Although they are not exclusively vegan, you’ll be happy to know that almost half of their menu is meat-free and boasts plenty of flavoursome vegan options. So, whether you’re dining alone or with friends who don’t follow your dietary preferences, Mowgli is a great place to grab a bite to eat. P.S. They have swing seats at some of their tables, making for a great Insta pic!

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Location: 1 Stoney St, Nottingham NG1 1LG

That’s our 6 vegan restaurants in Nottingham! We hope we have made it much easier for you to pick your next meal dining out. Being a vegetarian or vegan in Nottingham does not limit your experience; there are plenty of fantastic vegan restaurants in the area. Let us know in the comments if you have tried any of these restaurants and what you thought.