7 Vegan / Vegetarian Friendly Restaurants
Jiron San Martin 934, Tarapoto, Peru
Cuisine: Vegan, International, Mediterranean, Juice bar, French, Fusion, Spanish
An all-vegan fusion restaurant offering breakfast, lunch and dinner. Has a library, pleasant music and a garden with terrace. Also has various natural and cosmetic products for sale.
Jr. Ramírez Hurtado 342, Tarapoto, Peru
Cuisine: Vegan-friendly, Lacto, Ovo, American, Pizza, International, Raw, Mediterranean, Delivery, Take-out, Peruvian, Catalan
A vegetarian restaurant serving Peruvian and international food, including plenty of clearly labeled vegan items. Has a daily menu of pizza and salad and three other dishes to choose from, like hummus with chapati, peanut soup, chickpeas, beans, caiwa, yuca, sweet peppers and more, some of which are vegan or could possibly be made vegan. You can also ask for special diet requirements as when you are on a special amazonic plants "dieta", avoiding sugar, salt or any other ingredients. Relocated from Manuela Morey 535.
Jr Augusto B Leguia 769, Tarapoto, Peru
Cuisine: Vegan-friendly, American, Chinese, Juice bar, Peruvian, Non-veg
Serves meat, vegan options available. Vegans can have wan tan soup, rice with vegetables, noodles with vegetables, juices and more. Owner is Chinese and speaks Spanish and Chinese. Serves lunch and dinner.
Health Food Stores, Vegan Shops, Vegan Bakery and Catering, Vegetarian B&Bs, Organizations
Jr Manuela Morey 521, Tarapoto, Peru
A store selling artisan, organic, natural, fair trade, exports, original clothing, healing food (including vegan), creativity and more. Also a project of research and empowerment to different groups of the environment of the local forest. A percentage of profits goes to a social project in order to help people in need in the area. Some items sold are skin care, yogurt, macrame, cocoa, local coffee, pink salt and more. Online ordering available.
Carr. Laguna Venecia, Ultima cuadra, District Banda de Shilcayo, Tarapoto, Peru
A private conservation area located 10 minutes outside of Tarapoto center where tourists are welcome to walk on a nature path in the jungle, practice yoga, learn about permaculure, apiculture, lumbriculture (all practiced onsite on a small scale), swim in a fresh water lagoon, and eat vegetarian food. Service is offered in Spanish, English, and French.
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