1460 Sokak, 28/1 (at Close to Kibris Sehitleri Caddesi, a busy shopping street), Izmir, Turkey
Cuisine: Vegan, International, Mediterranean, Fast food
Opened Oct 2017, this is the fourth all-vegan eatery in Izmir. Owned by a lady known in the grassroots animal rights scene in the city. Menu is limited at the opening, and include falafel, hot drinks including coffee with soy milk and vegan breakfast. Owner states that the place is entirely vegan, including cleaning and personal hygiene products consumed within the premises. Located in town center of Izmir, that is Alsancak.
(Life Cafe) is Izmir’s first vegan eatery launched in August 2016 by co-founders Hakan Yasam and Gulcin Sermeti. Offers made-in-house home-cooked food using fresh local ingredients, including burgers, vegmacuns, pudding and many more. Has a relaxed and cozy setting. Relocated from 1456 Sk, 50.
Alacati Mahallesi Hacimemis Mevkii 12010 Sok Cexme, Izmir, Turkey
Cuisine: Lacto, Ovo, Organic, Raw, Buffet, Mediterranean, Salad bar, Juice bar, Beer/Wine, Bakery, Aegean, Tapas
A vegetarian restaurant located inside the hotel/B&B. Uses organic products from surrounding villages in the creative Southern Aegean up to Istanbul cuisine. Backyard dining, as well as inside. Has vegan options.
Kazım Dirik Mah. 160 Sokak 15/B Kücükpark Bornova, Izmir, Turkey
Cuisine: Vegan-friendly, Pizza, Western, Mediterranean, Fast food, Turkish, Non-veg
Serves meat, vegan options available. A small and colorful retro cafe designed with recycled and re-purposed furniture, opened since Aug 2014. Has vegan meals, salads, soups and desserts. Animal-friendly.
Kültür Mahallesi, Cumhuriyet Blv 125A, Izmir, Turkey
Cuisine: Lacto, Ovo, Mediterranean, Salad bar, Middle Eastern, Turkish, Non-veg
Serves meat, vegan options available. Deli style where you can choose the dishes you want. The vegetable dishes (traditional Turkish food) are in a separate case from the meat dishes. There are about a dozen vegetable dishes. No English spoken.
Alsancak Kıbrıs Sehitleri Caddesi 120, Izmir, Turkey
Bakery offering a Jewish dish called 'boyoz,' which comes in many options. The vegan ones are with eggplant, artichoke, olive, tahini, red pepper jam, leek. Also seres the Jewish drink 'sorbe,' which contains the juice made from melon's seeds plus sugar.