20 Vegan Restaurants in Dubai!

Plant-based eating has undeniably become one of the biggest health trends of late, so if you’re thinking of giving it a try or just want to get some more veggies in, here are 20 vegan restaurants in Dubai you have to try.

Krystien Meyers
August 25, 2020 6:32 PM

Plant-based eating has undeniably become one of the biggest health trends of late, so if you’re thinking of giving it a try or just want to get some more veggies in, here are 20 vegan restaurants in Dubai you have to try.

Wild & The Moon

Wild & The Moon is one of the vegan restaurants in Dubai with a completely vegan menu with recipes designed by raw vegan experts. Their menu includes fresh pressed juices, hot drinks such as lattes made with vegan milk, coffee and herbal infusions, raw vegan bars, super bowls and even desserts. They’re also doing their bit for the environment, striving for zero per cent food waste by 2020, by way of recycled materials.

Alserkal Avenue, Al Quoz, Dubai, daily 9am to 7pm |  (04) 343 3392 | wildandthemoon.com

Find more details on Wild & The Moon here.

Akiba Dori

Veganism also exists in Dubai’s creative district, you might be surprised to hear, so make a visit to d3 (Dubai Design District), where Japanese restaurant Akiba Dori serves up a metaphorical buffet of vegan dishes. Get your hands on veggie maki rolls and a tofu wakame salad, as well as the marinara pizza, which, you guessed it, is cheeseless.

d3, Ras Al Khor Road | open daily noon-midnight | 04 770 7949

Find more details on Akiba Dori here.

Amongst Few

This café-come-clothing store on Jumeirah Beach Road has a load of vegan options on its menu, meaning if you slop your vegan green curry down your top then you can just buy a new one there and then. As well as being socially responsible (i.e. preventing you looking like a scruff), Amongst Few is also ethically sound, whipping up a load of environmentally (and animal) friendly options including the vegan pancakes and vegan satay noodle salad. There’s also vegan ice cream and sorbet on offer for a treat, as well as a banana nuts and protein powder smoothie to wash down the feast.

Jumeirah Beach Road, Jumeirah 1 | Open daily 8am-11pm  | 04 330 8965

Find more details on Amongst Few here.

Tom & Serg

Strictly speaking, this is not a vegan restaurant, but Tom & Serg offers loads of clearly labelled vegan and vegetarian options. The no-frills café offers global breakfasts and lunches, using only fresh wholesome ingredients and organic whenever possible. It’s industrial interior makes it a popular spot for freelancers looking for a place to work, as well as health and fitness fanatics searching for specialty coffees and honest, nutritious gourmet food.

Al Joud Centre, Sheikh Zayed Road |  Open Monday – Thursday: 8.00am – 3.45pm; Friday – Sunday: 8.00am – 5.45pm | 056 474 6812 | tomandserg.com

Find more details on Tom & Serg here.


If you’re looking for Mediterranean dishes, then BOCA is a top choice in DIFC. Not only is it’s vegan paella a favourite of ours, but it also stars a paella roja, a bright red paella made with beetroot and finished with colourful crunchy baby vegetables. There’s also sweet potato hummus and padron peppers that are flash-fried and finished with rosemary and salt, with new dishes being introduced regularly.

Gate Village 6, DIFC | Open Mon-Sat noon-1am, Sun noon-midnight | 04 323 1833

Find more details on BOCA here.

Bounty Beets

When it comes to a vegan-friendly spot that ticks all the boxes, it doesn’t get much better than Bounty Beets. Cute, Instagrammable setting? Check. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner options? Check. Healthy feasts and naughty treats? Check? Not to mention the water-front outdoor area and cozy inside seating. Don’t forget to snap a pic in front of the ‘Hello Beautiful’ or angel wing walls with your berry-pink smoothie. #forthegram.

Le Meridien Mina Seyahi Beach Resort & Marina | 04 511 7373 | www.bountybeets.com

Find more details on Bounty Beets here.

Ting Irie

Fancy Caribbean food for dinner tonight? Fret not, it’s not all jerk chicken at this super Downtown spot. Ting Irie has a decent vegan menu, too, boasting dishes included curried veg, cauliflower popcorn served with homemade sriracha sauces and soya and ginger marinated tofu sautéed with yellow and green squash topped with tamarind sauce. It’s time to spice up your diet.

Souk Al Manzil, Downtown Dubai | Open daily noon-2am | 04 557 5601

Find more details on Ting Irie here.


This cute vegan-friendly café has been a hit since landing in Barsha Heights earlier in 2019. There are loads of plant-based dishes, as well as options for vegetarians and meat eaters. Top picks include chilli-fried eggs with zaatar labneh, as well as sweet potato and kale frittata or interesting shakshuka breakfast tacos. For those wanting a lighter bite, go for the açai bowls, which are vegan and all are delicious. The cacao version is our favourite topped with banana cacao powder, fresh fruit and granola. The avocado pizza is also a winner.

Auris Metro Central Hotel Apartments, Barsha Heights | Open daily 6.30am-10pm | 04 452 9529

Find more details on Brambles here.

Clinton Street Baking Co.

Although best known for its stacks of pancakes and chicken and waffles, this US eatery in City Walk serves up a range of dishes suitable for vegans, including salads, avocado on toast and even vegan chocolate cake. Yes please.

City Walk, Al Safa Street | Open daily 8am-midnight | 04 344 0705

Find more details on Clinton Street Baking Co. here.

Common Grounds

This trendy spot from the team behind Tom&Serg serves up a decent selection of vegan dishes to refuel you after a tough session of wandering around the mall. If you visit on the weekend, expect a wait. You’ll be rewarded for your patience, though, as dishes include veggie green tacos and super-tasty and fresh veggie rice wraps. Our top choice? The smashed avo trolley that does the round. Choose what to add (chilli, pine nuts et al) and pile it all onto sourdough toast. It’s also family-friendly so a good spot for the whole gang.

DIFC | Open daily 8am-10pm | 050 478 1094

Find more details on Common Grounds here.

Fuchsia Urban Thai

Popular family-friendly Thai eatery, Fuchsia Urban Thai, has a load of healthy vegan dishes, if you’re craving Thai food. Classic comfort food dishes are done quickly and well – and won’t break the bank.

Bay Square, Business Bay | Open daily 11am-11pm | 04 425 3080

Find more details on Fuchsia Urban Thai here.

Comptoir 102

Dubai’s first organic, plant-based café, Comptoir 102, has been one of our top healthy hangouts since it opened its doors in 2012. Bringing together the best of fashion, homeware, jewelry, and natural beauty, it’s a seriously chic concept store and healthy food heaven.

Not only are the interiors here seriously dreamy (you’ll want to move in within minutes), but the food is simply phenomenal. Comptoir 102’s menu includes the likes of homemade bread topped with house-made cashew cream cheese, vegan bowls bursting with crunchy veg and protein-packed quinoa, and a vegan nut-cheese plate that will blow your mind. It also serves homemade vegan ice cream that’s not only guilt-free (it’s made sans sugar) but also packed with superfoods like matcha, curcuma, and black sesame.

Beach Road, Jumeirah | 04 385 4555 | www.comptoir102.com

Find more details on Comptoir 102 here.

Il Borro Tuscan Bistro

Just when we thought we couldn’t love Il Borro any more, they go and add vegan dishes to their incredible menu. Promising to deliver, meat-free, dairy-free dishes with a Tuscan twist, diners can enjoy dishes such as beetroot tartare with berries and roasted hazelnuts, baked eggplant and zucchini parmigiani and a sweet chocolate tart with caramelized vegan banana ice cream to finish things on a sweet note.

Jumeirah Al Naseem | daily noon to 3.30pm and 7pm to 1am | 04 275 2555 | ilborrotuscanbistro.ae

Find more details on Il Borro Tuscan Bistro here.

Leen’s Casual to Gourmet

This beach spot rebranded from The Surf Café in 2019 but is still serving up vegan food. It is perfect for a leisurely breakfast all day, every day. As well as the vegan fry up, it boasts some pretty, well, pretty dishes, too. The shocking pink vegan beetroot latte is vibrant and will inspire a barrage of double clicks on your Insta. While owners have taken care to label all plant-based dishes with “vegan” so there’s no missing out. Other dishes include soba noodles and tofu, veggie poke bowl, a variety of açai bowls and even vegan Portobello tacos. Wash down with a smoothie and enjoy one of Dubai’s finest vegan haunts.

Jumeirah Beach Road, Umm Suqeim | Open Sun-Thu 7am-10pm; Fri-Sat 7am-10.30pm | 04 346 6292

Find more details on Leen’s Casual to Gourmet here

Society Café DXB

This trendy spot on Jumeirah Beach Road serves up a range of healthy, tasty vegan dishes. Don’t miss baked cauliflower, which is a vegan’s dream. Chunks of cauliflower roasted in a beautiful tomato sauce served with toasted almonds, mint and balsamic oil. Plus, the café also offers yoga sessions, too.

Jumeirah Beach Road | Open daily 8am-10pm | 04 222 2811

Find more details on Society Café DXB here.


If you’re looking for fine dining, check out Cantonese restaurant Hakkasan at Atlantis The Palm. They’ve recently introduced new menus catered to vegan, gluten-free, nut-free, shellfish-free and vegetarian diets. Their vegan menu includes dim sum platters, grilled vegetarian Shanghai dumplings, as well as selections of tofu and vegetable dishes, noodle and rice choices.

Atlantis The Palm, Palm Jumeirah | daily, 6pm to midnight | 04 426 2626 | www.hakkasan.com/dubai

Find more details on Hakkasan here.

If you thought vegan food equals bowls of leaves sprinkled with seeds with a lonely raw carrot stick thrown in for good measure, then Veganity will blow your mind. In fact, even the most avid plant-based eaters will be amazed when they’re handed the menu of over 200 dishes to choose from. Well, what else would you expect from the world’s largest Vegan restaurant?

Seeking inspiration from all corners of the globe, you can take a trip to Italy with just a bite of the mouthwatering lasagna with vegan basil pesto ricotta, send yourself to Asia with the teriyaki vegan duck kimchi rice bowl, or even go to the streets of New York with their vegan frankfurter cheeze dawgs. There are even fluffy cinnamon rolls, crispy fried vegan cheese sticks, and loaded sweet potato skins to keep you coming back for more. Be prepared to queue – but trust us when we say it’s seriously worth it.

City Walk | 04 880 7454 | www.myveganity.com

Find more on Veganity here.

SEVA Table 

Want to feel like you’re in a holistic retreat somewhere right here in Dubai? At SEVA Table they do just that with yoga classes, mindfulness workshops and an entirely plant-based menu, with eggless omelettes, power salads and fresh smoothies. Try their cashew tzatziki bowl, eggless omelette and Snickers Pie as it comes come highly recommended.

SEVA Table Jumeirah Beach Rd | Open Daily, 9.30am to 7.30pm | 056 534 2899

Find more details on SEVA Table here.

Miss Tess

Asian eatery, Miss Tess have a vast range of dishes to suit any vegan or gluten-free visitors. Their specially crafted vegan menu has over 30 dishes on it, including tofu teriyaki, maki rolls, fresh soups, crisp salads and delicious desserts like their chocolate banana bochi. It’s all served up with sides of live entertainment too.

Taj Dubai, Downtown Dubai | daily 6pm to 2am | 050 498 8505 | misstessdubai.com

Find more details on Miss Tess here.

Maisan 15

Maisan15 is unlike any other place we’ve visited in the UAE. It’s like stumbling across an artist’s den, discovering there’s an awesome cafe/restaurant inside and never wanting to leave. Every detail is thought out – from the playlist to the casual servers who feel like old friends and the pretty little front terrace to enjoy their vegan menu options at.

Al Barsha South - Dubai | 8 am - 11 pm |  04 244 7291

Find more details on Maisan 15 here

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