Whether you are a vegetarian, a vegan or a veggie lover, Manhattan's vegetarian restaurants have options for you. Choose from a variety of dishes that are meat-free and served with a side of deliciousness. Vegetarian restaurant reviews, descriptions, ratings and maps will help you find the best vegetarian cuisine in Manhattan, New York.
The unique vegetarian restaurant Ö Zen palate. Aolís CityGuide voted Zen Palate the number one best vegetarian restaurant for 2005 in both New York City and Long Island!
Candle Cafe offers vegetarian and organic cuisine, serving lunch and dinner. Seasonal ingredients and flavorful spices are used to create innovative dishes.
Menu items at this vegetarian restaurant include steamed noodles, spicy soy, string beans, vegetarian chili and more.
The Cinnamon Snail serves vegan and organic cuisine from their mobile food truck. They offer a variety of breakfast options, sandwiches, raw pizza, pastries and beverages. Desserts are baked fresh daily.
CRISP gives the Big Apple the kind of fusion it really wants: fresh and fast; classic and new... and it's all 100% vegetarian. Craving something unique? CRISP offers a combo of centuries-old Mediterannean food favorites and today's nutrition-packed add-ins. In addition, CRISP is as green as green gets, with the use of renewable, recycled and recycable resoucres at its core.
Crisp on Wheels is a vegetarian mobile restaurant. Enjoy tasty food without the guilt. Some of their menu options include their famous falafel handbag sandwiches, hummus bowls and Amanzi teas made fresh daily. Crisp on Wheels is committed to the environment and uses renewable and recyclable resources. They can also cater private events.
Angelica Kitchen specializes in organic, plant-based cuisine that is prepared using no animal products, no eggs, no dairy, and no preservatives. The menu features such dishes as miso soup, three bean chili, warm roasted vegetable salad, marinated tofu sandwich and more.
Dishes at the Buddha Bodai Vegetarian Restaurant are made from a combination of soy and vegetable root, resulting in textures that are similar to real meat. Spring rolls, dumplings and shitake mushroom are among the menu items.