Below is a list of the top and leading Vegetarian Restaurants in Calgary. To help you find the best Vegetarian Restaurants located near you in Calgary, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Calgary’s Best Vegetarian Restaurants:
The top rated Vegetarian Restaurants in Calgary are:
- Veg-In YYC – straightforward cafe offering a selection of vegetarian & vegan dishes with an Indian influence
- The Coup – casual, contemporary spot offering vegan/vegetarian options such as tempeh shawarma, with cocktails
- saVeg Cafe – a hip daytime cafe in an athletic club that serves seasonal vegan eats with Korean flair & smoothies
- The Allium – an elevated plant-based restaurant focusing on ethical, local, creative food and libations
- Happy Veggie House – unfussy counter-serve offering familiar Chinese dishes made with mock meats and vegetables
Veg-In YYC is owned and operated by Sehra. Veg-In YYC is the provider of Plant-Based & Gluten-Friendly Fusion Indian food developed by their enthusiastic home-cook, Sehra, located in Downtown Calgary and was voted as one of Calgary’s best plant-based & gluten-friendly takeout cafes. Utilizing freshest ingredients and produce purchased from local companies to deliver nutritious, homemade, & inexpensive meals. They are proud to offer a wide range of non-dairy handcrafted smoothies, such as herbal Kombucha and House Masala Chai as well as delicious desserts, cupcakes, tarts & cookies that are vegan & gluten friendly.
Address: 215 6 Ave SE, Calgary, AB T2G 0G4
Phone: (587) 351 5253
“I tried the Veg-In Special bowl, it was packed with flavour and delicious! My favorite was the Tandoori Cauliflower. My fiancée had the Brooklyn burger, which has beyond meat on it. He loves burgers and usually goes for meat, but he loved it! The chips add a nice texture. Lots of fresh veggies on both the bowl and the burger. The service is also very friendly, and the owner gave us some free chocolate which was super kind!! I’m definitely coming back for those vegan cupcakes and croissants!” – Yvonne Escalante
The Coup is a contemporary vegetarian restaurant offering new, raw, organic, local foods and drinks in an intimate setting. The Coup first opened for business in Calgary and the outlying neighborhoods in 2004, with the aim of providing the city with a new vegetarian restaurant. Since then, they’ve been committed to providing a lively environment as well as innovative vegetarian cuisine. At The Coup, their products were chosen based on deep ecological ethics, enabling them to use a large percentage of fresh, whole, organic, and scratch-made ingredients.
Address: 924 17 Ave SW, Calgary, AB T2T 0A2
Phone: (403) 541 1041
“My wife has some harsh allergies that discourages her from visiting restaurants altogether. But the manager of this establishment filled us with enough confidence in their procedures that we decided to try it out. We were not disappointed! The food was excellent and there was no adverse effects to my wife. Thanks again for the service.” – Ken Chapman
saVeg Cafe is owned and operated by YouTubers Cheap Lazy Vegan and Mama Lee. The saVeg Cafe was brought about due to the fact that they recognized that people are in need for quick, tasty, and inexpensive, nutritious, plant-based meals. Adding their own fusion of flavors, they mix the taste of traditional Korean cuisine with vegan cuisine that can surely satisfy your taste buds. They offer an array of tasty meals such as Bulgogi Burrito, Tofu Katsu Curry, Vegan Dumplings, and more.
Address: 637 11 Ave SW, Calgary, AB T2R 0E1
Phone: (403) 263 3126
“Finally had the opportunity to try this place out. We ate inside, ordering vegan bulgogi, filet-no-fish burger, Korean lentil pancakes, and a breakfast burrito, which were all very delicious. The interior of the place is nice and I like the little drive-by window. Overall great experience, giving me something to look forward to when taking trips to Calgary henceforth. Also a big thank you to the owners for being vegan.” – Vosnes Cis
The Allium is a high-end plant-based restaurant that focuses on humane, seasonal, and inventive food and drinks. Their owners have an outstanding and exclusive eating experience in a trendy and friendly environment in the heart of Calgary’s central Beltline neighborhood as a staff cooperative. As a worker cooperative restaurant, they help to provide people with self-empowering jobs and effectively solve problems of social injustice by showcasing a more inclusive model of economy through mutual ownership.
Address: 211a 12 Ave SW, Calgary, AB T2R 0G9
Phone: (403) 264 5416
“Wow that was good! This is the kind of place you bring someone who doesn’t think plant based meals can taste good. We are very impressed! Service is top notch, food is amazing and the atmosphere is great. We went on a Sunday so there is one price and the meal is planned out for you. This was definitely the way to go as you don’t have to worry about what to pick and really it doesn’t matter as everything tastes very good. We will definitely be back!” – Steven Crowder
Happy Veggie House
Happy Veggie House provides a huge variety of delectable vegetarian Chinese cuisine that is served hot and fresh. If you’re looking for a new restaurant to visit in Calgary or you’re a resident, they’ll be sure to fulfill your every craving. The Vegetarian Chicken and Black Pepper Sauce Fried Rice, as well as the Vegetarian Meat and Pineapple Fried Rice, are their highly recommended meals. If you like noodles, the Veggie House Chow Mein or the spicy Szechuan-Style Fried Noodles are the must-tries.
Address: 303 Centre St SW #109, Calgary, AB T2G 2B9
Phone: (587) 955 8633
“Favourite place to get boxes of mixed gluten aka “Jai” (in canto). Reasonable pricing for a good amount of food. Taste isn’t heavy with flavouring and is a good amount of balance. Straightforward ordering here as well. Have not tried the other foods but will be willing to also. It is located inside the building in a food court setting. The person who works here also wraps up the box to help with any potential leaks and then places it in a bag. Cash or debit card accepted here.” – Cy Siu