Vegan Restaurant Recommendations for Kyoto
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- Obanzai - A veg-friendly buffet with several Western food options. It may be difficult to find, so consult the directions on the Happy Cow webpage.
- Morpho Cafe - An all vegan restaurant with burgers and other fun chioces. It appeared to be about a 15 minute walk from Nijo castle. Click here for the Happy Cow review page.
- BioTei - A veg-friendly place that also serves meat. It had good reviews and appears to be simple but can be busy. Name in Japanese: 自然派レストラン びお亭
- Falafel Garden - As the name suggests, it's a falafel restaurant. Appears to have an airy and open feel. Click here for the Happy Cow review page.
- Cafe Proverbs 15:17 - This restaurant is highly praised by many, including Mika from Veg Out Tokyo. This appears to be a nicer, all-vegetarian restaurant that reminded me of Real Food Daily. Click here for the Happy Cow review page.
- Sujata - This tiny restaurant appears to be located on the north side of the road east of the Hyakumanben intersection. The focus is Indian food, with lots of curries.
- Tosca - Those looking for somewhere nicer (and willing to pay a bit more for it) may want to try this restaurant. It is organic and vegan, offering soups, burgers, sandwiches and more. Click here for the Happy Cow review page.
- Sunshine Cafe - A veg-friendly restaurant apparently located on the fifth floor above Shakey's in shopping arcade beside Teramachi. They have limited food options, including some non-veg.
- Mumokuteiki Cafe and Foods - A cute all-vegan cafe that even serves desserts. They have several lunch set options and are reported to be busy on occasion. Click here for the Happy Cow review page.
- Cafe Matsuontoko - A trendy vegan restaurant that is open fairly late. They offer burgers, salads, wine, organic drinks, and soy ice cream. Click here for the Happy Cow review page.
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