This month we are providing you with our top 5 Green café’s and restaurants to visit. We have included a range of eateries from Indian to Pub Grub!
Where? Oldham Street, Northern Quarter
This American style diner is serving up vegan junk food delights with burgers bigger than your head, ice cream sandwiches, hot-dogs and soda floats.
Mods Veggie/Vegan Café at the Thirsty Scholar
Where? Thirsty Scholar, New Wakefield Street
Pub grub veggie style, this hide away offers an all day breakfast menu which they refer to as the ‘Double Size Vegan BrunchFast’. If your stomach isn’t bigger than your eyes, then you can opt for the ‘Breakfast Snax’ including, very cheesy beans on toast!
Where? Lapwing Lane, West Didsbury
This fabulous vegetarian restaurant set up in 1990 by Simon Rimmer oozes a fresh approach to vegetarian cuisine. The menu includes exuberant flavour combinations from all over the world such as Thai spiced potato cake with a wasabi pea puree and Jerked Halloumi with rice and peas!
Where? Moseley Street, Manchester
With a fresh, simple interior and undeniable delicious food, this vegetarian restaurant has partner restaurants in various locations across the UK. It is named after the year the veggie society was formed in the UK. The best part? owner, Damien, is passionate about supporting local producers. The menu’s constantly changes but usually offers classic dishes with a contemporary twist such as, ‘Beet Bourguignon’.
Where? Maudelth Road, Manchester
Price: £ ½
Sanskruti offers vegetarian Indian Cuisine. But this Indian isn’t your regular ‘Curry and Rice’. The restaurants dishes cross the Indian Sub-Continent from the ‘Thalis’ of Gujarat, to the ‘Dosas’ of South Indian and from the ‘Chaats’ of Mumbai.