Whether it’s dessert or a hardy meal, the Bay Area offers an abundant selection of animal-product-free destinations for vegan and vegan-curious eaters. From massive cinnamon rolls to tacos and curries, these vegan eateries offer delicious dishes for both first-timers and longtime plant-based eaters.
Vegan cinnamon rolls thrive at Cinnaholic, where the flavor possibilities are seemingly endless. Get creative with a Build Your Own Cinnamon Roll and pick up some Baby Buns to indulge on later.
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Happy #tlishtacotuesday! Our new taco especial is made with locally made pastrami by Pete Timken of Pete’s Meats, plus a mustard-manzano aioli, caraway-cabbage slaw and a @lapalmasf flour tortilla. #tacolicious #tlish #tacotuesday
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Customize your own roll by choosing your favorite frosting(s) and topping(s).
One of South Bay’s Original Artisan and Craft Beer destinations, Good Karma offers a diverse selection of vegan dishes like their Pulled “Pork” Tacos made from jackfruit and Chile Verde using veggie “pork.”
Gluten-free. Jackfruit slow cooked in our house made southern barbecue sauce topped with black beans and sweet karma salad. Served with chipotle ranch and cilantro lime tahini. Two tacos.
Cumin seasoned “pork” cutlets simmered in a house made roasted tomatillo-jalapeño verde sauce with lime, cilantro and green onions.
Two pieces of delicious fresh samosas made with house-made potato pastry shells, green peas, house mixed spices.
A native Indian appetizer made crunchy, spicy and with a hint of salt for an elegant taste.
Chefs favorite. Vegan aloo Gobi made with freshly cut potatoes and cauliflower cooked with house-made spices.
Vegan protein, organic tofu, mushroom, bean sprouts & wheat noodle in a rich miso broth.
Gluten-free option available. House special. Traditional Aulacese rice noodle soup with organic tofu, vegan protein, mushroom, bean sprouts, onion, green onion, and cilantro.