This World Vegan Day head to these healthy cafés in Mumbai 

Ruhi Gilder
November 1 is celebrated as World Vegan Day around the world to popularise the vegan lifestyle.  Embracing a vegan lifestyle has got easier for your average Mumbaikar with these cafés and restaurants that offer doorstep delivery with a wide variety of options to choose from. Check out our curated list of healthy vegan places you can dine at in Mumbai.  
Birdsong Café, Bandra 
Photo Credits: Birdsong Cafe / Instagram
Photo Credits: Birdsong Cafe / Instagram
Birdsong Café is situated in the bylanes of Bandra, and serves up healthy, organic fare with special options for vegans. Get their omelette, mushroom and lentil burger, hummus sandwich, and meatballs with herbed brown rice  all for vegans. Dessert fans have a plethora of options including a classic chocolate cake, cookies, carrot cake, apple cinnamon cake, and coconut muffins.  
Order online or call 9987675188 to book a table 
Earth Café, Bandra 
Earth Café Waterfield, Mumbai
Granola Parfait with coconut milk / Instagram: Earth Cafe Waterfield
This vegan café decked up in cute pink interiors has a wide variety of items for diners to choose from, including pizza, pasta, tofu platters, soups, and burgers. For those with a sweet tooth, their vegan macarons, dark chocolate torte, lemon cake, hazelnut cake and ice creams are worth a taste. Earth Café even has Jain and Keto options for those with dietary restrictions. 
Order online or call 9819828989 to book a table 
Kitchen Garden by Suzette, BKC, Bandra, Juhu, Colaba, Lower Parel 
Vegan Burger. Photo Credits: Kitch Garden / Instagram
Vegan Burger. Photo Credits: Kitch Garden / Instagram
With multiple outlets spread across the city, you can grab a bite anytime at Kitchen Garden by Suzette. Their vegan options include Soba Tofu, a soba noodle dish with grilled tofu, vegetables, a spicy miso and ginger dressing. Healthy chia seed puddings made in coconut milk, topped with fruit coulis, cocoa nibs, coconut flakes and gluten-free overnight oats soaked in turmeric spiced almond milk, dates, almonds and pomegranate make an appearance on the menu as well.  
Order on suzette.in  
London Taxi, Lower Parel 
London Taxi
Meatless burgers
In a collaboration with Urban Platter, this gastropub is celebrating World Vegan Day with a grand bash, called the ‘Bombay Vegan Party.’ Joining hands with a vegan medical doctor, Rupa Shah, the menu that offers a multi-course plant-based menu of drinks, salads, pizzas, baos, starters, burgers, desserts, ice creams and cakes.  
Book a table on https://compassionmagazine.in/bombay-vegan-party/ 
Sequel, Bandra & Kala Ghoda 

Sequel is dishing up organic, healthy but delicious food this World Vegan Day. Their pretty-as-a-picture smoothie bowls use substitutes like coconut yogurt and almond milk, making them perfect for vegans. Don’t miss their almond milk Peruvian cacao smoothie, mixed with Iranian dates, housemade almond milk, oats, sunflower and chia seeds. For dessert, they have options like the organic sweet potato waffles made with lacto-fermented coconut yogurt, buckwheat, brown rice flour waffles as well as a smooth and creamy cacao avo mousse. 
Order online or call 7506477710 to book a table 
Seeds Of Life, Bandra & Juhu 
Mexican Bowl_Seeds Of Life Mumbai
Mexican Bowl- Seeds Of Life Mumbai
Partake in healthy and refreshing meals at their outlets in the city. The Mushroom Bowl, Lebanese Bowl and Cacao Smoothie Bowl, vegan pizzas and salad bowls are must-tries at the restaurant. “Proven to help with multiple nutritional benefits, vegan and plant-based food is a great way to switch to a healthier lifestyle for both your body and the environment. The easiest way to get started is by making small changes in your everyday diet by replacing meat and dairy twice a week and taking it from there.” suggests Mohit Bulchandani, the founder of this green cafe. 
Order online or call 9653336089 to book a table 
Yogisattva, Bandra 
Don't Mezze With Me at Yogisattva Cafe, Khar (West)
Don’t Mezze With Me
Yogisattva, an elegant, vegan café in the heart of Bandra was opened by Raveena Taurani, a certified plant-based chef. The all-day farm-to-fork café serves vegan, gluten-free, and refined sugar-free eats. A must-try is ‘Don’t Mezze With Me,’ a vegan cheese platter with roasted red pepper hummus, roasted garlic and sundried tomato hummus, garlic-herb cheese, smoked paprika cheese with amaranth and seed crackers. Their innovative hot beverages include ‘Hug In A Mug,’ made with organic raw cacao, almond milk, maple syrup, cinnamon, and flaky sea salt and ‘Cute-Tea,’ vegan chai made with organic Indian spices and almond milk.  
Order online or WhatsApp 9867455009 to book a table 
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