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As vegan food becomes increasinly popular, many restaurants in San Francisco are adapting their menus to satisfy the meat-free revolution. Local chefs make plant-based plates that are world’s away from steamed vegetables and limp tofu. We give you 10 of the best of these restaurants in the Mission District.
Hella Vegan Eats is a Bay Area food truck delivering the most creative and mouthwatering vegan concoctions. Their menu constantly varies to follow seasonality. Almost everything these two creative chefs make is from scratch, from the pickles to the burger buns and the ‘cheeze’ (made from cashews). The menu usually includes sandwiches, burgers, burritos, tacos, a salad and a dessert. Don’t be surprised to find mac and cheeze in your tacos or potstickers in your burrito. Hella Vegan Eats is a staple at the Civic Center and Mission District’s farmers’ markets and at Soma StrEat Food Park.
Big Lantern is the height of indulgence. This Chinese restaurant hits the spot, with many vegan options on their menu. The general meatless chicken has the most flavorful ‘chicken’ balls you could imagine, paired with broccoli for a healthy balance. The mango meatless chicken has the perfect sweet and sour combination. The vegetable chow mein and pot stickers are always a good idea. Get it delivered for a cozy stay-in Sunday night.
Big Lantern, 3170 16th Street, San Francisco, CA, USA, +1 415 863 8100