Buzz·Posted on 6 Oct 201417 Things Every Vegan Must Eat In GlasgowIn 2013, Glasgow was named the UK's most vegan-friendly city by animal rights group PETA.by Chris CopeBuzzFeed ContributorFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Vegan brunch at The 78 View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Where better to start than with a late breakfast? The 78 is a 100% vegan restaurant/bar and the cosy west end establishment's brunch - packed with mushrooms, potato scones and sausages - has all you need to start the day in style. 2. Haggis fritters at Saramago Cafe East Meets West Veg / Via eastmeetswestveg.com Haggis doesn't have to be a horrible cocktail of sheep organs. Check out this succulent vegan fritter version of Scotland's famous dish, complete with hand-cut chips, at the CCA's Saramago Cafe. 3. Tapas at Stereo View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Stereo might also be known for its underground gigs or the sometimes confusing nature of its unisex toilets, but their selection of tapas - including treats like spring rolls and tangy muhammara - has endeared it as one of Glasgow's favourite vegan cafes. 4. Pecan and caramel cheesecake at Mono View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Cheese? What cheese! Mono, a stalwart of Glasgow's vegan scene, serve up some serious guilt-free (ish) sweets and more. 5. Spicy veggie burger at The 13th Note View this photo on Instagram instagram.com There's no better place than the 13th Note to chow down on some vegan nosh - like this moreish spicy burger - before checking out some live music. Just don't throw it all up downstairs in a pool of shame-vomit by moshing a bit too vigorously... 6. Soup 'n' salad at the Project Cafe The Project Cafe / Via theprojectcafe.co.uk Sometimes you just can't beat some lunchtime soup on a brisk winter's day, and social enterprise The Project Cafe - a self-professed 'creative exchange' - provide heart-warming vegan soups, salads, breads and specials. 7. Freshly made tofu at The Hanoi Bike Shop The Hanoi Bike Shop / Via thehanoibikeshop.co.uk Tofu is a staple of many a vegan's diet (WARNING: remember to press it a bit first if you want to avoid the texture of week-old custard) so it's pleasing to know that the Hanoi Bike Shop make their own on-site, which then morphs into the likes of this enticing lemongrass dish. 8. Pub grub at The Flying Duck The Flying Duck / Via flyingduckclub.com The Flying Duck serve up all-vegan nosh, such as burgers, hot dogs and nachos. And, quite famously, their bar looks like a kitchen. Result. 9. Vegetable Tempura at Red Onion Mo'adore / Via moadore.co.uk Finding a separate vegan menu at an omnivore eatery is a joy few words can accurately describe. In this instance, perhaps 'ya dancer' will suffice. Check out the Red Onion for their plant-based spread, including the dip-friendly vegetable tempura. 10. Veggie-only Indian at Usha's View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Usha’s is the city’s single vegetarian-only Indian restaurant and the west end joint have plenty of vegan options clearly marked on their menu (hurrah). Go for the street food starter - the Vada Pav. 11. Bulgur wheat salad at Tapa Coffee Tapa Coffee / Via tapacoffee.com Salads? Boring? Get away with that silly talk, you philistine. Tapa Coffee's calling card may be, well, coffee, but parts of their menu - such as this towering bulgur wheat salad with tomatoes and mee veg - are perfect for a vegan lunch. 12. Roasted courgette salad at Siempre Bicycle Cafe Siempre Bicycle Cafe / Via siemprebicyclecafe.com And then there's this colourful roasted courgette salad, which can be found lurking in the omni Siempre Bicycle Cafe. 13. The basics at Roots Fruits and Flowers View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Okay, it might not be a dish, but Glasgow's Roots Fruits and Flowers emporium is a bit of an institution in the city, with enough vegetables and fruit to give you the most severe of vitamin overdoses. 14. Mezze platter at Tchai-Ovna View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Veggie food is served alongside tea, shisha and a serious dollop of mellowness, with vegans able to tuck into items like mezze platters not unlike the one above. 15. Falafel sandwich at Piece Piece / Via pieceglasgow.com Piece describe themselves as Glasgow's 'gourmet sandwichmongers' and vegans are cared for through their hearty falafel sandwich amongst other bits and bobs. 16. Mushroom crostini at The Left Bank View this photo on Instagram instagram.com The Left Bank is littered with vegan choices, such as the super food salad and the spiced chickpea and sweet potato burger. And the wild mushroom, thyme and garlic crostini with olive tapenade and rocket, as seen above in all its dished-up glory. 17. Seitan tacos at The Squid & Whale The Squid & Whale / Via squidwhale.com Thankfully the The Squid & Whale's name is a little bit of misnomer. This hip Mexican eatery caters for vegans with dishes like this seitan asada taco beauty, which comes loaded with pink pickled onions and vegan-friendly soured cream. Hail seitan indeed.