121 Vegan / Vegetarian Friendly Restaurants
Piazza Emanuele Filiberto 8/D, Torino, Turin, Italy
Cuisine: Vegan, Italian, Macrobiotic, Organic, Western, Buffet, Juice bar, Beer/Wine, Take-out
Operating in Turin since 1994, Mezzaluna is a vegan and organic restaurant, cafe, and health food shop in a charming historic building in the city center, with outside seating in summer. The restaurant offers a la carte menu and a selection of fine organic wines, beers and juices, the deli features a variety of vegetable specialties and pastries. A la carte service is available for dinner, and deli for lunch and takeout. The shop provides many organic products, including bread, pasta, sweets, grains, pulses, vegetable proteins, and fair trade products.
Strada Communale Val Pattonera 138 (at In Villa Somis Building), Turin, Italy
Cuisine: Vegan, Italian, Beer/Wine, European
A fine dining restaurant serving all-vegan degustation (tasting) menus of seasonal vegetables. It is run by a vegan chef who previously was well known for his meat cookery but became vegan a few years ago. The restaurant is situated in the hills over Turin, on a floor above his previous restaurant which still operates from the lower floor. This restaurant is a separate venture and there is a possibility it will be moved to a new location in Turin. The food is immaculately presented in a fine dining style, with starched tablecloths. The cost is very reasonable for the quality of the food presented. There is a choice of 5 or 7 course degustation.
Piazza Vittorio 8, Turin, Italy
Cuisine: Vegan, Italian, Organic, Western, Fast food, Juice bar, Beer/Wine, Take-out
Open late-Jun 2015. A "fine vegan fast restaurant" serving a range of fast food but in healthier and all-vegan versions: burgers, nuggets, meatballs, lasagna, sandwiches, hot dogs, cakes.
Via Sant'Ottavio, 56F, Turin, Italy
Cuisine: Vegan, Italian, Organic, Mediterranean, Beer/Wine, Bakery
Organic vegan restaurant whose menu includes dishes like penne pasta with tropea onions, olives, and capers; buckwheat lasagna with chicory and mushroom; cannellini bean pate. Selection of desserts, too. Pets allowed.
29, Via San Donato, Turin, Italy
Cuisine: Vegan, Indian, Italian, Organic, Western, Beer/Wine, Take-out
Small deli and grocery shop. Makes organic vegan food that's gluten-free. Has muffins, vegetable crumbles, masala, and more. 2015 reported food is all vegan.
Via Monferrato, 14/A, Turin, Italy
Cuisine: Vegan, International, Italian, Japanese, Organic, Raw, Salad bar, Juice bar, Beer/Wine, Take-out, Catering, Fusion, Chilean
A sleek all-vegan restaurant, with an inventive, seasonal menu combining regional dishes turned vegan with Latin American and Asian influences, plus raw food. Open for dinner and Sunday brunch.
Via Dante Di Nanni, 116, Turin, Italy
Cuisine: Vegan, International, Italian, Salad bar, Take-out, Bakery
Originally opened in 2000 as Gastronomia Vegetariana, this all-vegan deli and grocery offers a wide range of all-vegan dishes and fresh baked goods. It also sells both packaged and unpackaged organic food including pasta, grains, pulses, fair trade chocolate and teas, and regularly hosts themed evenings and cooking classes.
via Palazzo di CittÃ 6/c, Torino (at near Piazza Castello), Turin, Italy
Cuisine: Vegan-friendly, Lacto, Italian, Western, Take-out
Little place downtown offering simple Ligurian home style cooking. You choose the meals displayed in a fridge, then heat it in a microwave. There are vegan suitable dishes with corn, quinoa, couscous, rice, beans, lentils, fresh vegetables and, sometimes vegan cake.
Via Giovanni Amendola, 6D, Turin, Italy
Cuisine: Vegan-friendly, Lacto, Ovo, Italian, Buffet, Beer/Wine, Bakery
Cat cafe / vegetarian bistro modeled on Japanese neko (cat) cafes, hosts some stray cats living in the restaurant. Est. 2016 in the city center. Serves breakfast AND meals, pastries, aperitivo, AND brunch on Sunday.
Piazza della Consolata, 9, Turin, Italy
Cuisine: Vegan-friendly, Italian, Beer/Wine, European
Cocktail bar serving some food. Hosts daily vegan happy hour daily and has vegan desserts. All vegan except honey used in some cocktails. Gets crowded, so it is recommended to book a table beforehand.
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