If You’re A Vegan Stoner Then These Top 10 Vegan Restaurants In New Delhi Are For You!

Vegan Restaurants In New Delhi

Delhi has always been a preferred destination for food lovers. With its innumerable varieties and multiple cuisines along with delicious delicacies and exotic tastes, this city is a living legend from centuries. Although famous for its amazing variety of options for non-vegetarians, Delhi has equally mouth-watering and exclusive food joints for vegans. So why wait? We bring you the top 10 places at Delhi that are a must try for!

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  • We know Delhi can be a bit tricky when it comes to vegan food, and while it’s next to impossible to find a completely vegan restaurant or cafe, we’ve found a bunch of places which incorporate it in their usual menus.
  • Here’s where you should be heading when you’re off meat and dairy.

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Rose Cafe

The famous Rose Cafe has an entire page dedicated to vegan dishes. Choose from salads {pumpkin or beetroot}, open sandwiches, pasta, vegetarian Shepherd’s Pie and a bunch of desserts including vegan Banana Cake, Moist Apple Cake and our favorite, Dark Chocolate Gelato.

Sneak Peak | 2 West End Marg, Saidulajab

Price | Rs. 1,200

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Kake Di Hatti

The delicious delicacies of Old Delhi have always been a foodie’s delight! From traditional Punjabi cuisine to Kulfis and Faloodas, from hundreds of varieties of  Paranthas to Chhole bhatures and kulches, Old Delhi is a throbbing centre for food lovers. Kake Di Hatti, an authentic Punjabi eatery, is one such paradise. Their Dal Makhani and varieties of stuffed Naan are a must try.

Sneak Peak | Gali Batashan, Fatepuri Chowk

Price for two | Rs. 400

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Lean Chef

From vegan smoothies to delish salads to pancakes to juices to such as the Raw Papaya, to gluten-free toast to vegan ice cream, Lean Chef has all courses sorted out for you vegans out there and has done a pretty decent job of it.

Sneak Peak | M22, M Block Market, GK2

Price for two | Rs. 2,000


Located in Hauz Khaas Village, this vegetarian paradise is famous for its striking ambience and South Indian cuisine. Must try dishes include Rasam Vadai and South Indian Thali. Price for two is Rs. 500 approximately.

Sneak Peak | Hauz Khas Village

Price for two | Rs. 500

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Nourish Organics

This vegetarian hotspot is a vegan food place in Delhi. Nourish Organics is famous for their raw organic healthy food. Do try their variety of experiments with organic raw materials and body cleansing drinks.

Sneak Peak | Meharchand Market, Lodhi colony

Price for two | Rs. 600

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Rajdhani Thali Restaurant

Rajdhani is famous for their Gujarati-Rajasthani cuisine. Another fine dining restaurant, Rajdhani is known for their must try dish- Rajasthani Thali

Sneak Peak | DLF Place Mall, Saket

Price for two | Rs. 900


The chanting of “Hare Rama Hare Krishna” echoes in the atmosphere of Govinda’s. Located in the heart of Delhi’s Iskcon temple, Govinda’s is another famous place for pure vegetarians. They have a unique buffet system and the food is a Prasad of Lord Krishna. Famous for their North Indian cuisine along with Chinese cuisine, shakes and lassis, Govinda’s is known for their simple and divine food. Their must try Thalis  include Chappan Bhog Special.

Sneak Peak | East of Kailash, Isckon Temple

Price for two | Rs. 1100

Veg Gulati

This vegetarian branch of the famous chain of Gulati restaurants is a vegetarian’s delight! Gulati Restaurants are among the oldest and trusted names of the city. Veg Gulati is famous for their North Indian cuisine. Their ambience and services are truly commendable. Must try dishes include Amritsari Churchur Paranthan and Dal Makhani. One of the fine diners of the city.

Sneak Peak | Pandara Road Market

Price for two | Rs. 1,300

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Saravana Bhawan

Located  in Janpath , Saravana Bhawan is famous for their authentic  South Indian cuisine. Their delicious Appam is widely famous as well as one of the exclusively available dishes in Delhi. Also try their rava idli and masala dosa. Also, another outlet is in P block, Connought Place. A must visit restaurant with family and friends!

Sneak Peak | Janpath and Connought Place

Price for two | Rs. 500

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Smoke House Deli

Smoke House Deli has a healthy menu made up of organic healthy ingredients and super-foods. The menu is worth a look-see. The Soy-marinated Tofu, Spinach and Millet Soup, and Quinoa Salad are all great options for the vegan.

Sneak Peak |  Khan Market, Hauz Khas, Vasant Kunj, Saket and Connought Place

Price for two | 1,500 + taxes

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