Buzz·Posted on 23 Feb 201716 Places You Must Eat Vegetarian Food In LiverpoolFamous vegetarian scouser, Paul McCartney, would be proud.by Kerry FlintBuzzFeed ContributorFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Mowgli Street Food View this photo on Instagram instagram.com / Via Facebook: mowglistreetfood This popular northern Indian street food restaurant chain has two locations in Liverpool, one on Bold Street and another over on Water Street. Both have amazing interiors and separate vegan menus that include some mouthwatering dishes that you wouldn't usually find in standard Indian restaurants, including a green ginger and rhubarb dahl and watermelon sorbet. 2. The Egg Cafe The Egg Cafe / Via Twitter: @TheEggCafe This centrally located café is a veggie institution and the perfect stop for wholesome plant-based dishes. They usually have a couple of tasty vegan soup options and at least one vegan special a day, plus the menu includes plenty more vegan dishes. They also do gluten free vegan pies. 3. Lunya Lunya / Via Facebook: lunyadeli Go to this multi-award winning Catalonian infusion deli for their vegetarian breakfast – baked eggs flamenco. Eggs, and sofrito (slowly reduced tomato and onions) are oven baked together with fresh vegetables including red and yellow peppers and asparagus. If you're too late for breakfast then don't despair, they also have a decent selection of vegan and vegetarian small plates. FYI, the aubergine chips are great to share, but are so tasty that you probably won't want to. 4. Sanskruti Sanskruti / Via Facebook: sanskrutiliverpool Sanskruti opened in Liverpool just last summer and it has quickly built up a reputation for serving exclusively Indian vegetarian and vegan food. Owner, Jay Shokla, is committed to showcasing how good authentic Indian vegetarian cuisine can be, with incredible street food dishes such as Bhel and Sev Puri. The wondrous mix of flavours will make ditching your inner carnivore a total pleasure. 5. Maguire's Pizza Bar Maguire's / Via alltheviews.com Maguire's is a vegetarian pizza lovers' idea of heaven and a great place for a raucious night out. All of their delicious pizzas can be made veggie or vegan and their spicy vegan chorizo option is delicious. Once you've finished munching, check out their back room for gigs. 6. Evil Eye Twitter: @evileyeburritos / Via Facebook: evileyebar This Mexican bar and burrito joint's fast become a favourite with the locals – and one of the owners is vegetarian so they have really focussed on providing veggie options. Their BBQ halloumi with spicy rice, pico de gallo, guacamole and lots of roasted veg is delicious and enormous, so go hungry. 7. 81 Renshaw Street 81 Renshaw Street / Via Facebook: 81Renshaw If you are looking for a calm creative space then look no further than this arts café. This is the place to head to for all your vegan cake cravings because these folks can seriously bake. Curl up with a scrummy slice of banana loaf and a big pot of tea for a relaxing afternoon read. 8. White Wolf Yoga & Kitchen White Wolf Yoga / Via Twitter: @WhiteWolfYoga This yoga studio boasts a little café that caters for anyone needing a health boost. The menu is small and a little pricey but the quality is high and all the food is so nutrition-rich you will feel like a yogi even if the only stretch you made was to reach for the menu. They even make their own seitan on site! 9. Yuet Ben Yuet Ben This northern Chinese restaurant has been open for nearly 50 years and has a winning vegan/vegetarian menu that includes delicious dishes such as aubergine in blackbean and "Three Delicacies" - braised tofu, bambooshoot and chinese mushrooms. This is a large and reasonably priced place that is perfect for groups of friends. 10. Host Host / Via ho-st.co.uk Host provide delicious Pan-Asian food and have an exciting vegan menu with options, such as a Sri Lankan cashew and coconut curry with no egg noodles. This spot is a great bet if you want some comforting and healthy food in a trendy setting. 11. The Old Hardware Shop The Old Hardware Shop / Via Facebook: theoldhardwareshop The 100% vegetarian menu includes loads of vegan variations on proper comfort foods, like hot dogs, breakfast bagels, toasties and vegan chocolate milkshakes. If you are after something a bit healthier you can opt for their scrummy Greek platter, with falafel. Located in Woolton, close to the Strawberry Field - Lennon's inspiration for their iconic song - this café has a local vibe and is the perfect cosy place to stop off a Beatles tour to savour some veggie food indulgence. 12. Crust Crust / Via Facebook: CrustLiverpool This new pizza and pasta joint is pushing boundaries when it comes to Italian style pizza, and they have vegan cheese! If you're thirsty, then you will really love their huge range of craft beer – they regularly host vegan-friendly craft beer nights. 13. Maray Maray / Via Facebook: marayliverpool Maray is a small, stylish and unpretentious small plates restaurant that is making Mediterranean food interesting again. They have plenty of veggie options and their roasted cauliflower is causing quite a stir amongst scouse foodies. The soft romantic lighting and warm urban decor means that this a good date venue too. 14. The Bagelry The Bagelry / Via Twitter: @Bagelpool Bagelry takes the construction of a good veggie bagel one step further. All their bagels are proven and baked fresh daily and they have a range of delicious veggie fillings. Their savoury french toast is also worth a sample as it is basically a two-herb brioche stuffed with home-made cream cheese and chilli ketchup. 15. ItalFresh ItalFresh Hailed as leading a rasta vegan revolution, Liverpool's only 100% vegan pop-up currently has a winter residency at District but can often be found at various spots around the city and is definitely worth tracking down. Pronounced "eye-tal", the name is a system of cooking synonymous with Rastafari. The duo behind the pop-up have travelled extensively throughout Jamaica and offer a fresh and inspired twist on Carribean dishes. 16. Greendays Greendays A funky veggie-friendly cafe, Greendays has a homely atmosphere and offers some huge vegan/vegetarian breakfast platters. They also offer fresh juices and delicious mains, which are all accompanied by generous salads.