Where to find the best vegan dishes and menus

The Flower Cup

The owner of this cafe loves plants, they are everywhere!

Specializing in all-day brunches, I had a vegan breakfast of mushrooms, sausages, avocado, tomatoes, beans and toast (£9).

I couldn’t resist finishing with a banana and coconut milk pancake (£7.75).

Open: Mon-Fri 9am-4pm, Sat & Sun 9am-5pm; 61 Watergate Street; cutflowers.co.uk

Katie’s Tea Rooms

Katie's Tea Rooms

This traditional tea room in central Chester is set over three floors of a 14th century building. Ask for the vegan menu, which has many options.

Try the vegan spaghetti, using soy minced meat (£6.25), followed by a blackcurrant crumble with vegan cream (£4.50).

Open: Mon-Fri and Sun 10am-5pm, Sat 9am-5pm; 38 Watergate Street; katiestearooms.com


Crepeaffair in Chester

Crêpeaffaires has several branches across the UK and Chester’s is in the heart of the city.

Selling savory and sweet vegan pancakes, the Supervegan has tomato, spinach and mushrooms (£6.25), while the Banana Split has banana, vegan whipped cream and chocolate (£7.45 ).

Open: Mon-Sat 9am-8pm, Sun 10am-6pm; 34 Bridge Street; crepeaffaires.com

The secret garden

The secret garden food truck

A hidden bar and dining room behind the Townhouse Hotel, with stunning murals of mountains and oceans.

In addition to cocktails and premium drinks, meals and afternoon teas are served. Enjoy a vegan afternoon tea (£18.95).

Open: Mon-Sun 8am-11pm; The Townhouse, 49-51 Lower Bridge Street; chestertownhouse.com

There are also other places to eat!

Other restaurants include Hypha, located atop the historic city walls and recently awarded a green Michelin star.

Popcorn is a bar/restaurant offering, among other adapted dishes, vegan fish and chips.

Urbano 32 is a well-respected pizzeria while Falafel Xpress offers several vegan options.