The journey to Shirdi has become more fun since Ahimsa - The Vegan Cafe opened its doors for pilgrims who have had a long day after travelling and standing in a queue for ‘darshan’. A delightful menu with a global cuisine comprises unusual stuff such as black bean burgers and pizzas. Sit and munch comfortably in a calm atmosphere. Sounds good, doesn’t it?
The Bean Me Up Cafe provides some incredible starters and main courses. Their large range of desserts is fascinating and they also provide accommodation. The place has a hugely spiritual vibe and one can sit, read your favorite novel, write, listen to music or just stay idle. The menu comes as a jackpot for the vegans as it is filled with variety of options including seitan (mock meat), tempeh, yam chips and desserts like banana split, tiramisu, pina colada & much more!
Friends, food and mountains? Now this is a list which is kind of hard to ignore. Blue Caterpillar offers a mouth-watering menu with cashew cheese, pizzas, spaghetti, thalis, sweets and more.
The focus of Bodhi Green's menu is health foods and beverages, like smoothies and smoothie bowls, juices, salads, healthy burgers and traditional Indian foods. The restaurant focuses on highlighting sustainable living with the raw bamboo furniture, mud walls and organic produce.
Touted as India’s first vegan restaurant in India, Carrots has fast gained a reputation for amazing food. They cater to vegans and also people who have gluten allergies so the menu is dairy and gluten free. Their tiramisu has quite a huge fan following. Ask the owner any questions on food and nutrition she will be happy to update you. Boasting a homely ambience and exceedingly warm staff this place is great in terms of both food and ambience.
This place will truly make you feel serene and content because of its ambience and the friendly helpful staff. They serve 50% raw and 50% cooked food and most of their ingredients and organic! You simply cannot have enough of this place by just going once, after eating the delicious variety of vegan food, a return visit is bound to happen.
You don’t need an excuse to visit Himachal Pradesh but a vegan restaurant situated among-st the magical scenic mountains might make you rush at the earliest. Dharamkot is the ideal location for a vegan camp. They have a vegan buffet which serves the most yummy salads, curries, smoothies and cakes.
From herbal idlis, to almond, walnut and coconut milks Energy Home lives up to its name serving healing remedial food to their customers. Energy Home is a cozy place in Auroville, Puducherry, with its own little library and a wide range of yoga and self-help books.