5 vegetarian and vegan cafes and restaurants in Kent

PUBLISHED: 14:57 23 January 2017 | UPDATED: 14:57 23 January 2017

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We have selected 5 delicious vegetarian and vegan restaurants in Kent. Check out the essential vegetarian’s guide to eating out in Kent

The Wallflower Café

The Wallflower Café in the pretty seaside town of Herne Bay is an independent café that serves locally sourced vegetarian and vegan food to hungry visitors. Think large salads packed with healthy local ingredients, vegetarian fried breakfasts, hearty falafel burgers and much more to tempt and satisfy.

Singh’s Restaurant

The 100% vegetarian Singh’s Restaurant in Gravesend creates rich and spicy flavours to serve up authentic Indian cuisine. Making use of fresh ingredients and including an extensive ‘sweets’ menu to tantalise those sweet-toothed diners, there is something for everyone here.

The Lady Luck

Although not exclusively vegetarian, The Lady Luck in Canterbury has lots of options for those avoiding meat, eggs, and dairy including burgers, pies, and desserts so the vegetarians and vegans won’t go hungry.

The Veg Box Café

Supporting local businesses by ordering from Brockman’s Farm in Chartham for vegetables and Micro Roastery in Canterbury for coffee beans, The Veg Box Café in Canterbury has plenty of inventive recipes for breakfast, lunch, or just a homemade cake and coffee. There is lots of nutritional thought being put into the food, and customisable food and drinks depending on allergies or preference in this little café.

Beano’s Vegetarian Cafe Bar

With extensive breakfast and lunch menus that are chock full of delicious 100% vegetarian food, Beano’s in Folkestone is a favourite for Kentish vegetarians and vegans. Many of the dishes can be customised to be vegan too. With special menus for varying holidays such as Valentine’s Day and Pancake Day, Beano’s Vegetarian Café Bar is passionate about good food.

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