MAP 1: AROUND POZNANSKA
1 YOUMIKO VEGAN SUSHI
Very popular entirely vegan sushi restaurant not far from the Palace of Learning and Culture. This place is known for fresh ingredients and interesting combinations that make delicious plant-based sushi. Youmiko also serve drinks and cocktails, which makes it a good place for a weekend dinner.
Address: Hoza 62 Web
2 TEL-AVIV FOOD & WINE
Entirely vegan and gluten free (with very few exceptions) restaurant with outdoor seating. All food in inspired by Mediterranean cuisines, mostly Israeli and Lebanese. Tel Aviv Food & Wine offers a fine dining experience any time – great breakfasts, brunches and fancy vegan dinners. This place is very popular with expats as it is located right on the lovely Poznanska boulevard. In 2010, this restaurant was the very first to create this now flourishing 'vegan district' of Warsaw. Also, they are the first vegan restaurant in Poland that is listed on the prestigious Gault&Millau guide.
Address: Poznanska 11 Web
3 VEGAN PIZZA
Entirely vegan pizza outlet making traditional and gluten free pizzas with local ingredients on top. This place is extremely popular with both vegan locals and tourists. You can go for a relatively healthy pizza topped with lots of vegetables, but also indulge on one with mocked meats and vegan cheeses.
Address: Poznanska 7 (entrance from Wilcza) Web
Kaskrut is a vegan friendly bistro with a quickly changing menu that reflects seasonality and freshness of the ingredients. It is also known for very creative and beautifully presented dishes. There is usually a set menu of four courses, both vegan and non-vegan to choose from. Come here, if you fancy a high class but relaxed experience.
Address: Poznanska 5 Web
Krowarzywa is a vegan burger restaurant with a slightly health oriented twist. The menu is simple, but has been attracting many since this place opened. This place has also been exceptionally successful for a vegan restaurant, since it is ranks among the top on Tripadvisor.
Address: Hoza 29/31 (there is also a second branch on Marszałkowska St. 27/35 Web
If you crave a big plate of some fresh hummus, pita or a salad, BeKeF will be for you. This is small kosher restaurant, so it is not entirely vegan, but you will have much to choose from. There are different varieties of falafels, hummus and some salads.
Address: Hoza 40 Web
7 LOKAL VEGAN BISTRO
Lokal is a very popular vegan bistro, where you can quickly satisfy your appetite with lovely homemade food. You can have a veganised version of traditional Polish dishes or classics, such as onion soup or baba ganoush/hummus plates. Lokal is also known for serving vegan schnitzel (schabowy). The portions are large and the service is fast and friendly.
Address: Krucza 23/31 Opening hours: TueSun: 12pm9pm, Mon: closed Web
8 FOKIM (CLOSED)
Fokim is a restaurant and a bar serving Asian fusion cuisine. The menu is not completely vegan, but there is a good selection of vegan dishes, such as kimchi, sushi, pad thai and many other options.
Address: Krucza 24/26 Web
9 EDAMAME VEGAN SUSHI
If you turn into the quiet side street Wilcza, you will find this small vegan sushi restaurant. The menu is not extensive, but there is a plenty of interesting combinations, including tempura, tofu, aubergine rolls, soup or a vegan dessert.
Address: Wilcza 11 Web
Vegan hot dog and drink bar. Small and simple all vegan bistro, where you can opt for some vegan junk food, but also vegan cake or soup. If you go for a hot dog, you can choose from several different types of sausages.
Address: Ksiedza Ignacego Jana Skorupki 2 Opening hours: Mon-Sun: 11am-11pm Web
11 LAFLAF HUMUS FALAFEL HOUSE
Known as ‘the best hummus and falafel in Warsaw’, Laf Laf makes traditional falafel wraps as you know them. Go and try one of their salads, falafel burgers or the classic hummus with pita bread and decide for yourself. Everything is vegan.
Address: Marszałkowska 68/70 Web
MAP 2: AROUND CHMIELNA
1 MANGO VEGAN STREET FOOD
Mango Vegan Street Food is a small outlet where you can eat it or take away one of the best falafel wraps in the city. The service is fast and you can choose from different flavour combinations (our favourite was pineapple and avocado falafel wrap). You can also go for a burger or just hummus with pita. Everything is vegan. There are three different outlets in the city centre. Two of them are on our map and the third is located at Dobra 53 (not far from the Presidential Palace near Old Town).
Address: Zlota 11 / Bracka 20 Web
Another place where you can indulge in some delicious falafels. You can choose from wraps, salads or served with hummus on a side. There is also a choice of different falafel types, such as green falafel, sesame etc. You can eat in or take away. Everything is vegan.
Address: Zlota 6 Web
3 VEGE KIOSK
The name says it all – this is a tiny food store with a good range of meals, such as soups, salads, pierogi, pasta or hummus.
Address: Krucza 52 Web
4 N'ICE CREAM FACTORY
Here you can make your own entirely original ice cream – you choose a base (soya) and then three flavours, which are then combined in a whisking machine right in from of your eyes. There are many flavours to choose from and some of them are pretty exotic, too. The portions are massive. We warned you.
Address: Chmielna 9/5 Web
A Mexican restaurant with a separate vegan menu. You can choose from a Mexican salad, fried tortillas with vegetables, tofu fajita or quesadillas. There are tables outside, from which you can watch the passing crowds on the main street of Nowy Swiat.
Address: Nowy Swiat 34 Web
Ambasada is a very charismatic restaurant with a largely vegan menu. You can choose from several raw dishes, or you can also go for a buffet option. The buffet contains several salads, breads, a soup, desserts and many other deli items. The interior is quirky and very bright with additional seats outside. It is located at the end of Foksal street in a quiet courtyard. Ambasada is a lovely spot for anytime of the day when you want to treat yourself with something quite special.
Address: Pałac Konstantego Zamoyskiego, Foksal 1 Web