Whether you’re a Sheffield local or enjoying a whistle-stop tour, knowing where to find the best plant-based food in the ‘Steel City’ is a must if you’re travelling as or with a vegan! With so many chains and independent eateries now offering a wide selection of delicious vegan dishes, it can be difficult to cut through the noise and find a vegan-friendly restaurant that will blow you away. That’s where we come in, with our tried-and-tested list of five must-visit vegan restaurants in Sheffield city centre. Bon appétit!

Vegan Restaurants in Sheffield

The Best Vegan-Friendly Restaurants in Sheffield

1.Humpit Hummus – Cosy Vegan Restaurant

Looking for a spot of casual dining in Sheffield? Humpit Hummus, a cosy vegan restaurant specialising in freshly made hummus and pita bread, is the place to be.

Enjoy the zest and spice of Middle Eastern cuisine at Humpit Hummus, with generous portion sizes, affordable prices and a lively atmosphere making this a must-visit.

Humpit Hummus in Sheffield

Choose between one of their flavoursome hummus bowls, salad bowls or loaded pitas, with toppings such as spicy salsa, falafel balls or mushrooms and onion, and satisfy your hunger for hummus as this vibrant spot.

You can find Humpit Hummus at 45 Leopold Street, Sheffield City Centre. There’s no need to book a table; simply turn up, choose your dish, and enjoy!

2. Make No Bones – Vegan Restaurant in Sheffield

In the mood for vegan junk food? Make No Bones has you covered. With everything from their smoky corn dogs and loaded fries to their chicken wing-style sandwich, this fully vegan restaurant is the place to conquer your comfort food cravings in Sheffield!

On Sundays, Make No Bones also serves the city’s best vegan roast dinner with mock roast chicken or beef, double-cooked roast potatoes, fluffy Yorkshire puddings, and cauliflower cheese. Feeling tempted yet? You’ll find Make No Bones in Kelham Island’s The Old Workshop, a craft beer and cocktail bar with an industrial aesthetic and laid-back vibe.

You can find Make No Bones at The Old Workshop at 10 Hicks Street, Neepsend, Sheffield. They accept walk-ins, but it’s recommended that you book to secure your spot!

3. Church – Temple of Fun

We can thank Bring Me The Horizon’s Oli Sykes for Church – Temple of Fun, an atmospheric vegan restaurant in Sheffield’s Kelham Island. Combining a 100% plant-based street food-inspired menu with a bustling arcade (yes, you can play everything from classic pool to retro arcade favourites!), Church – Temple of Fun offers much more than just a place to eat.

You’ll certainly want to, though, with a menu packed full of indulgent meat-free dishes. From satay loaded fries to New York-style burgers, Sheffield’s most rock and roll vegan restaurant is here to tantalise your taste buds!

You can find Church – Temple of Fun at 4a Rutland Way, Sheffield. Walk-ins are accepted with plenty of bar seating available, but you can also book a table online.

4. Pom Kitchen – Vegan Restaurant in Sheffield

Pom Kitchen is an Australian-inspired, vegan-friendly restaurant serving a selection of perfectly Instagrammable plant-based dishes. Located just a short walk from Sheffield’s city centre, Pom Kitchen’s light and airy interior is the perfect place to enjoy a plant-based pick-me-up, with casual seating arrangements, neon signs, and a backdrop of potted plants.

Pom Kitchen may specialise in vegan and vegetarian catering, but their daily food menu is 100% vegan –  with fluffy pancake stacks, rainbow bagels, and ‘Pom Dogs’ just a selection of the options available. Yum!

You can find Pom Kitchen at 388 Sharrow Vale Road, Sharrow. There’s no need to book at this sweet cafe, but you’ll want to get there early to grab a seat!

5. V|OR|V – Vegan Restaurant in Sheffield

V|OR|V stands for vegan, organic and vegetarian, three words that encapsulate this charming plant-based kitchen! Offering a fusion of flavours from Asia, Africa and the Middle East, V|OR|V may not be fully vegan, but its brunch and evening menus offer plenty of 100% plant-based dishes for every taste.

You won’t find junk food at this spacious, relaxed vegan restaurant on Kelham Island, but a selection of mouth-watering small plates – from grilled cabbage with Marmite butter to buckwheat and beetroot kofte – showcasing the flavours and textures of your favourite whole foods.

You can find V|OR|V at Wharncliffe Works, Green Lane, Sheffield. This is one of the most popular vegan restaurants in Sheffield, so we recommend booking a table.

What are your favourite vegan-friendly restaurants in Sheffield city centre? We’re always looking for recommendations and to connect with fellow vegans, so please don’t hesitate to contact us today!

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