Eight Vegan-Friendly Menus To Have On Your Radar

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Whether you’re 100 per cent animal product-free or you like to go green once in a while, these vegan concepts and menus in Dubai offer more than just a simple green salad with innovative dishes that push the plant-based boundaries

Thanks to Dubai’s ever-growing health and wellbeing scene, plant-based eateries and dedicated menus are continually cropping-up across the city — boasting more choice than ever. From health-conscious cafés to a vegan spin on fine dining, our gallery above includes vegan options that deserve a spot on your Dubai foodie bucket list, whether you’re vegan or not. 

If you’re looking for a laid-back vibe with food full of locally sourced goodness, MOJEH recommends a morning at Wild & Moon (for the blueberry scones alone) and an afternoon at Amongst Few Café; a urban coffee shop, meets creative space that sits adjacent to the brand’s concept store. Want to fully immerse yourself in healthy living? Spend a day at Seva, with a yoga class and a colourlful acai bowl on the agenda.

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A new (80 per cent) plant-based spot to try, is contemporary food concept Soulgreen. Its first venture outside of Italy, the restaurant is focused on being kind to the environment with a plastic-and waste-free kitchen and a menu curated from sustainably sourced ingredients. Overlooking the Ras Al Khor Wildlife Sanctuary, the eatery offers the perfect place to watch the migratory birds pass by while enjoying a tasty red quinoa burger.

For a luxury take on vegan food, try Four Season’s Folia menu by Chef Matthew Kenney. Opt for the wild-mushroom sandwich delivered to the room and the dukkah avocado, followed by the coconut cream pie for an afternoon bite in the resort’s garden oasis.

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Still skeptical about vegan food? Ease yourself into the concept and dine in Dubai restaurant that offers both. Bounty Beets is perfect for breakfast with almond pancakes, plant-based scramble and avo toast, as well as vegetarian and some healthy meat options too. For dinner, try Coya’s unrivaled atmosphere and the new vegan menu which boasts a flavour-filled, Peruvian take on plant-based food.

Finally, set in the sanctuary of the suburbs among the lush green surrounds of Jumeirah Golf Estates, Nassau is a contemporary Mediterranean restaurant that focuses on utilising the UAE’s organic resources for a dynamic menu that includes paleo-friendly, vegan and vegetarian options. The guilt-free, chocolate vegan ice cream is one of the best scoops in the city.

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