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5 best vegan restaurants in Delhi

Arushi Sakhuja
From dietary habits to sleeping patterns, a healthy lifestyle is often reflected in how your body feels. In the last few years, there have been various conversations around the importance and benefits of a vegan diet – popularly known as a plant-based diet. Not only can it be an environmentally friendly diet, but also comes with a host of health benefits. If you are someone who follows a vegan diet, we’ve put together a list of the best vegan restaurants to visit in the capital. Read on!
People of Tomorrow 
Sunday Brunch
Photo Courtesy: People of Tomorrow/ Instagram
Who said vegan food isn’t delicious? Delhi’s first vegan-only restaurant, People of Tomorrow proves otherwise. From delicious pizzas to salads, pasta, tacos and desserts, People Of Tomorrow serves up some seriously delicious vegan food. We highly recommend trying the shroom and truffle pizza, pumpkin balsamic ravioli and Shifu tofu taco. The cafe further promotes conscious eating and a sustainable lifestyle.
Where: Shed no. 33, The Dhan Mill, 100 Feet Rd, Chhatarpur, New Delhi, Delhi 110074
Photo Courtesy: Fabcafe
Situated by the lake at Delhi’s favourite nature haven, Sunder Nursery, Fabcafe is the perfect vegan food option for South Delhi. From beetroot chat to their six-grain paratha and rainbow salad, not only are their vegan options to die for, but they also cater to people with special dietary needs. What sets them apart from others is that they use in-house freshly made almond milk, and stay away from the use of processed grains, refined sugar, and refined oil in their preparations.
Where: Sunder Nursery, Nizamuddin, New Delhi, Delhi 110013
Photo Courtesy: Greenr
Healthy, wholesome, vegetarian and vegan. Greenr Cafe will leave you spoilt for choice. With multiple outlets in Delhi NCR, Greenr Cafe is a vegetarian haven that will leave you spoilt for choice. With a calm and serene ambience, the cafe focuses on health-conscious individuals and advocates clean eating. Its menu features delicious options for vegetarians, vegans, and even those who are lactose-intolerant. Perfect for a mid-week, pick-me-up some of the must-try dishes include Austin Smoked Jackfruit, Pesto Vegetable Spaghetti and Tofu Bhurjee.
Where: 4, Market, Basant Lok, Vasant Vihar, New Delhi, Delhi 110057
Green Mantis 
Green Mantis
Photo Courtesy: Green Mantis
While this might be one of the few newer cafes in Delhi, Green Mantis brings to the table vegan Asian flavours. Yes, you heard it right, the restaurant specialises in vegan Asian cuisine, so if you thought eating vegan dimsums isn’t possible think again. From sushi to dimsums and noodles satiate your craving for authentic Asian flavours.
Where: 19, Middle Lane, Khan Market, Rabindra Nagar, New Delhi, Delhi 110003
Burma Burma
Burma Burma
Photo Courtesy: Burma Burma
When you’re in the mood to try a new cuisine Burma Burma is your place to be. Although it’s an all-vegetarian restaurant, it is a popular choice for all vegetarians, vegans and non-vegetarians. each dish that is on the menu is loaded with flavours and immediately transports you to Burma. Adding to the experience is the ambience that takes cues from Burmese culture. Coming to their menu, it can often be a challenge not to over-order but we recommend their Tagu Pyi An, Thoke Sticky Rice with Mushroom and Mandalay Laphet Thoke.
Where: Select CityWalk Mall, Saket, District Centre, S-25, Second Floor , A 3, New Delhi, Delhi 110017
Getafix Cafe
Photo Courtesy:  Getafix Cafe
If healthy and vegan is the buzzword for you, then make your way to Getafix and indulge in some serious delicious healthy preparations. The menu boasts a range of American and Italian options along with typical Café food choices. With a special emphasis on clean meal choices, each dish is created with high-quality ingredients. Don’t miss trying the Sunshine Smoothie Bowl, Avacado Toast Topped With Marinated Tomato and Japanese Soba noodle Bowl.
Where: M 15, 1st Floor, Greater Kailash 1 (GK 1), New Delhi
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