Below is a list of the top and leading Vegetarian Restaurants in Sacramento. To help you find the best Vegetarian Restaurants located near you in Sacramento, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Sacramento’s Best Vegetarian Restaurants:
The top rated Vegetarian Restaurants in Sacramento, CA are:
- VEG Cafe & Bar – the menu is produced with healthful foods
- No Moo Foods – is changing the way people eat
- The Waterboy – has been a local restaurant in Midtown Sacramento since 1996
- Andy Nguyen’s Vegetarian Restaurant – launched Andy Nguyen Restaurant in 1984
- Vegan Deadly Sins – is the establishment of a family-run business
VEG Cafe & Bar
VEG Cafe & Bar offers a world cuisine-inspired menu of plant-based food. Veg Cafe’s seasonal menu is produced with healthful foods to feed bodies and minds and is served in a peaceful and naturally lighted room on the second level above Thai Basil at the junction of 25th and J. Their restaurant was founded on the principles of spreading kindness, compassion, and fostering a sense of community.
They seek to give back to the community by collaborating with local non-profits and forming connections with local suppliers who share their mission of promoting good health for all beings and Mother Earth.
Menu, Order Online, Special & Private Events
“Amazing food! My compliments to the chef and the staff!! This place is a wonderful little restaurant hidden away from the busy streets of the big city. It has a beautiful outdoor seating arrangement with something to be desired. Also, the service was quite excellent and very professional. And last but not least the food was surprisingly remarkable. I feel it’s the best vegan-friendly food I’ve had. Can’t wait to go back.” – Alice M.
No Moo Foods
No Moo Foods is changing the way people eat by developing cruelty-free alternatives that are sustainable, don’t sacrifice taste or texture, and most importantly, feed their bodies. Their philosophy is to use only high-quality, fresh ingredients that have not been processed or manufactured in a lab. The Real No Moo offers high-quality meat substitutes and butcher-style slabs that may be effortlessly incorporated into all of your favorite comfort foods or grilled.
Menu, Dine-In, Takeaway
“During the Midtown Farmers Market last Saturday morning, I was delighted to discover this vegan restaurant right next to where a fantastic combo Sacto Swing Co., was performing for the market. I enjoyed the Citrus Morning Blend pressed juice and later shared several vegan pastries with family at home. The staff was very expert at packing my raspberry lemon, chocolate cupcakes & scones to go. I’m returning for lunch there next time!” – Yvonne A.
The Waterboy has been a local restaurant in Midtown Sacramento, serving amazing meals and offering excellent service since 1996. They serve a seasonal menu that is mostly inspired by northern Italian and southern French cuisines. They also have a varied wine list and a complete bar with handmade cocktails and aperitifs. Rick, the restaurant’s owner, and the chef are enthusiastic about the eating experience.
Food should be tasty and fresh, but a meal is about the present moment and the people with whom it is enjoyed. It’s all about relationships, from the purveyors who bring in the supplies to the servers who put the dish on the table.
Menu, Reservations, Order Take-Out
“The sweetbreads were delicious as well as dessert for me they were the star of the dinner. Scallops cooked perfectly I just didn’t care for the beans. The duck was tender just needed a little salt. our waiter was on point adding his little touches to make it better by bringing us bread to eat with the gravy from the sweetbreads. Overall it was great we look forward to coming back.” – Kayla B.
Andy Nguyen’s Vegetarian Restaurant
Andy Nguyen’s Vegetarian Restaurant their refugee parents, who fled Vietnam in 1978, founded the school. They came to the United States in 1979 and launched Andy Nguyen Restaurant in 1984. In 2005, they chose to provide a full vegetarian menu, inspired by their journey to India, their Buddhist beliefs, their conviction in humane and compassionate living, and the concept of a healthy mind and body. When feasible, they source organic and local items.
Menu, Order Online, Dine-In, Takeaway, Delivery
“This place is so cute, we sat outside in the back to enjoy the night air and there were string lights hanging and it was such a nice relaxing vibe. The service was excellent and the food was excellent as well! The best vegetarian food I’ve ever had! I had the Superior Wisdom plate, we tried the Love of Life soup, the French fries, and the fried rice. Every dish was delicious!! We loved everything about this place! Reasonable prices too! Highly recommend!” – Lynn P.
Vegan Deadly Sins
Vegan Deadly Sins is the establishment of a family-run business. Their restaurant, “Vegan Meets Chinese Cuisine,” boasts a broad and savory menu that is inspired by their Buddhist heritage. The ingredients used in their cuisine are high-quality, healthful, and environmentally friendly. They offer a diverse menu of foods that reflect their own style and cater to all palates.
Menu, Order Pickup, Order Delivery
“I can’t eat onion or garlic (I get very sick) and your menu labeled what I could eat I am so grateful! It also has the most amount of food I could eat that I’ve seen on a menu in a long time. Thank you so much!” – Cari C.
Shera Elliott graduated from the New Mexico State University with a major in biology and a minor in Biological Basis of Behavior & Health Care Management. Shera grew up in Los Angeles, but moved to Las Cruces for college. Shera has written for several major publications including the Albuquerque Journal and NPR. Shera is a community reporter and also covers stories important important to all Americans.