The Best Vegetarian Restaurants in Birmingham, England

The Warehouse Cafe, Birmingham
The Warehouse Cafe, Birmingham | © Warehouse Cafe/Facebook

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Being the foodie paradise that it is, Birmingham is lucky enough to be home to a versatile array of wonderful vegetarian restaurants. Read on to discover some of the best eateries to be found in the UK’s second city.

1. The Warehouse Café

Restaurant, Cafe, British

The Warehouse Cafe, Birmingham
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A firm staple of Birmingham’s vegetarian food scene is The Warehouse Café, situated on Allison Street in Digbeth. The award-winning restaurant is fully licensed and serves a range of vegan beers and wines on top of the mouth-watering dishes they proudly dish up, including gluten free and vegan options. Tip: try the halloumi ‘fish’ and chips!

2. Café Soya

Restaurant, Vietnamese

Notably different from a lot of vegetarian offerings, Café Soya serve up some of the best Vietnamese and Chinese cuisine to be found in Birmingham city centre. Café Soya is a proud family business with the aim of serving healthy vegetarian food inspired by the soya bean and is great value for money, too.

3. 1847

Restaurant, British, Vegetarian

1847 Restaurant, Birmingham
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Fine cuisine? Check. Great reputation? Check. Central location? Check. 1847‘s cosy Birmingham branch is located in the stunning Great Western Arcade and offers a number of seasonal, British-inspired menus with a vegetarian twist. You’ll be hard pressed to find a better vegetarian offering in such a central location.

4. Jyoti's

Restaurant, Indian

Situated on the Stratford Road just outside of Solihull, Jyoti’s is a vegetarian restaurant specialising in Indian cuisine and sweets. With more than 70 main courses, a wide range of starters and a favourable sweet menu, Jyoti’s leads the way for fully vegetarian Indian food.

5. Natural Healthy Foods

Restaurant, British

Natural Healthy Foods, Birmingham
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Natural Healthy Foods is the only fully vegan restaurant to open in Birmingham. This eatery also acts as your one-stop shop for the freshest organic fruit & vegetables, gluten-free pasta, supplements, raw chocolate and chemical free cleaning products. Food at the restaurant on Suffolk Street Queensway is served by weight, so stack your plate high and take advantage of the organic food on offer during their serving times of 1:30pm-8:30pm. Natural Healthy Foods also have a shop at the aforementioned Warehouse Café in Digbeth.

6. Shambhala Village

Restaurant, Indian

Quite possibly the most versatile of the lot, Shambhala Village offers cuisine across a number of different cultures, ranging from Indian and Mexican to Italian. All items on their menu are vegetarian, so if you’re one of those ‘indecisive types’ when it comes to eating out, this a restaurant you’ll want to visit pretty sharpish. Shambhala Village is situated on the Soho Road in Handsworth; one of the most multicultural areas of Birmingham.

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