Below is a list of the top and leading Vegetarian Restaurants in Philadelphia. To help you find the best Vegetarian Restaurants located near you in Philadelphia, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Philadelphia’s Best Vegetarian Restaurants:
The top rated Vegetarian Restaurants in Philadelphia are:
- Vedge – serves vegetarian and vegan small plates in a mansion
- Miss Rachel’s Pantry – features a prix fixe vegan menu and great bites to their diners
- Unit Su Vege – offers a Chinese menu of vegetarian options
- Terron Kitchen – offers a tasty and conscious list of dishes made with plant-based ingredients
- Charlie was a sinner. – offers plant-based small plates and drinks in a dark environment
Vedge serves vegetarian and vegan small plates in a mansion. It was established by James Beard in 2011. It showcases innovative ways of creating vegetarian dishes. Moreover, their signature dishes constantly change all year round. They offer The Vedge Bar which consists of cold dishes and vegetable charcuterie. Single seasonal vegetables served on medium plates are then served. The Grill serves more composed plates. Furthermore, they have a Happy Hour menu that still pays attention to seasonal ingredients. They serve craft cocktails and wines to pair their dishes.
vegetarian restaurant, craft cocktails
Address: 1221 Locust St, Philadelphia, PA 19107
“We ordered some wine and I asked our waiter for his suggestion after describing what we like. He was able to make a great recommendation that we all enjoyed. Overall, I’ll just say that service was on point the whole evening. The flow of our meal was never off despite being there at a very busy time.” – Amber Smith
Miss Rachel’s Pantry
Miss Rachel’s Pantry features a prix fixe vegan menu and great bites to their diners. They have order menu items available on Tuesdays and Fridays. They also serve multi-course pick-up meals on Fridays. All of their dishes are plant-based. Furthermore, there are two-seater tables which can be booked ahead. Large groups may combine tables to accommodate them. In addition, they are entitled to a fixed 5-course meal to enjoy in a cozy atmosphere. They have inspired foods that are the most flavorful. The dishes are prepared by experts to fill the stomach. They also offer catering services for gatherings and private events.
vegetarian restaurant, catering
Address: 1938 S Chadwick St, Philadelphia, PA 19145
“From the moment you come to this restaurant team give you a nice feeling. The very congenial team, it is a good place to hang out with friends or with your date. heavenly cooking, professional chief cook and stuff, honest price, and generous service. Warmly recommended.” – Rodrigo Buchanan
Unit Su Vege
Unit Su Vege offers a Chinese menu of vegetarian options. As “Su” means vegetarian in Chinese, they take pride in serving vegetarian Chinese dishes. They offer a list of dishes for a healthier option. The restaurant also offers a comfortable dining experience. Furthermore, they offer lunch and dinner specials paired with brown rice and soups. Diners can choose from Miso or Hot and Sour as soup. Their menu includes mushroom delight, General Tso’s Seitan, and Bean Curd homestyle. The Veggie Heaven dish consists of braised tofu and Chinese eggplant. Moreover, they have rolls and vegetarian steaks.
vegetarian restaurant, Chinese cuisine
Address: 2000 Hamilton St # 106, Philadelphia, PA 19130
“Really delicious vegetarian food for good prices. Nice interior design as well. The dumplings, feather knishes, and general Tso’s Seitan is all very tasty. The staff is very friendly and welcoming too. Looking forward to trying more of their large menu.” – Andrew Corson
Terron Kitchen offers a tasty and conscious list of dishes made with plant-based ingredients. They have expert cooks that innovate their dishes. Their food tastes heavenly and healthy in every bite. Moreover, they offer a long list of dishes to choose from. this includes corn and potato chowder, lucky curry, and nutty Pad Thai. They have creatively fused international recipes with vegetarian options. Furthermore, they offer tacos filled with cauliflower and crunchy kimchi. There are also pizzas with toppings of Seitan and broccoli.
Address: 3426 Conrad St, Philadelphia, PA 19129
“Delicious vegan food. My last order review said The Ultimate veggie burger was just okay. Nothing wrong with it except it wasn’t big enough for a 6’4 200lb. guy. Thanks, Phillipe for the Uber Eats voucher. Just ordered again today and everything is excellent. Check them out even if you’re not Vegan. You won’t be disappointed.” – Gary Watson
Charlie was a sinner.
Charlie was a sinner. offers plant-based small plates and drinks in a dark environment. They creatively whip up their dishes with various vegetarian recipes. Along with their small plates are craft cocktails and beers. Furthermore, they offer croquettes and Frites as snacks using potato and artichokes, respectively. Their solo dishes include roasted brussels sprouts and Korean style fried tofu. The cooks use brown butter in sauteing the dishes. Moreover, they have satay skewer using grilled Seitan and vegetables. For dessert, they serve sorbet and lemon cake. They also have signature drinks made from spirit blends.
vegetarian restaurant, cocktails
Address: 131 S 13th St, Philadelphia, PA 19107
“This restaurant is amazing! I had the potato croquettes, meatballs, and vanilla milkshakes. Outdoor dining is offered with heaters. The food has a bit of a spicy kick to it. The only downside was the panhandlers in the area. Besides that, I will definitely be returning.” – Maggie B.
Jeanie Burford is a reporter for Kev’s Best. After graduating from UCLA, Amy got an internship at a local radio station and worked as a beat reporter and producer. Jeanie has also worked as a columnist for The Brookings Register. Amy covers economy and community events for Kev’s Best.