Below is a list of the top and leading Vegetarian Restaurants in San Francisco. To help you find the best Vegetarian Restaurants located near you in San Francisco, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
San Francisco’s Best Vegetarian Restaurants:
The top rated Vegetarian Restaurants in San Francisco are:
- Ananda Fuara – celebrates vegetarian and vegan dishes inspired by the Spiritual teacher Sri Chinmoy
- Shizen Vegan Sushi Bar and Izakaya – successfully fuses sushi and classic Shojin techniques in tehir dishes
- Golden Era – has served delicious vegan dishes with the best ingredients since 1999
- Greens – serve inventive and sustainable vegetarian dishes featuring panoramic bay views
- Vegan Picnic – features a vegan American-style deli with arrays of classic comfort food
Ananda Fuara celebrates vegetarian and vegan dishes inspired by the Spiritual teacher Sri Chinmoy. The restaurant’s name means a fountain of delight and they want to live the name out. Moreover, they commit to serving divinely good vegetarian food the whole year-round. Their dishes are prepared using the best and freshest ingredients. Furthermore, their popular sides include French toast, samosas, and chicken pesto wrap. Their salads come with their own choice of house-made dressing like honey mustard, sesame herb, and lemon tahini. There are also fresh juices and special loose teas.
Address: 1298 Market St, San Francisco, CA 94102
”Neatloaf dinner is perfectly cooked and heaven to taste. On another occasion i have had their cardamom cake and it was really good as well.” – Aditya Savarap
Shizen Vegan Sushi Bar and Izakaya
Shizen Vegan Sushi Bar and Izakaya successfully fuses sushi and classic Shojin techniques in their dishes. They e local and seasonal ingredients to create their flavorful dishes. Furthermore, they believe in the components of honest plant-based cuisine. Their chefs use mountain yam, konjac, and other vegan ingredients in creating their dishes. They do not imitate animal proteins in their dishes. Moreover, they serve tempura, Agedashi tofu, and yakisoba. They also serve ramen that comes with bean curd, tempura mushroom, nori, and bamboo shoots. Their sushi classic rolls include gobo maki, Calirfna roll, and avocado roll.
vegetarian restaurant, sushi
Address: 370 14th St, San Francisco, CA 94103
“I was a skeptic but am no longer! I called ahead to ask for roll recommendations and the staff were very friendly and took their time to describe the rolls. We tried 5 and they were all delicious. I love fish and my fiancé is a meat guy but we will both definitely be coming back!” – Rachel Way
Golden Era has served delicious vegan dishes with the best ingredients since 1999. They constantly evolved and adapted to the newest culinary trends. Their dishes are made with natural and purely plant-based ingredients. Furthermore, they serve the vegetarian version of the Chinese, Thai, Indian, and Vietnamese cuisines. Their chef does not use dairy products, MSG, and eggs in creating their masterpieces. Moreover, there is a spacious dining room that can accommodate a large seating capacity. Some of their featured menu items include rainbow salad, tomato noodle soup, and non-fried spring rolls.
Address: 395 Golden Gate Ave, San Francisco, CA 94102
“My go to place for when I’m want some vegan take out. They cook tasty food that reminds me of home-cook meal. Affordable price. You really can’t go wrong with this place.” – Tsung Hung
Greens serve inventive and sustainable vegetarian dishes featuring panoramic bay views. Their dishes are prepared with ingredients sourced from the seasonal harvest of lock farmers ad their organic farms. Moreover, they commit to creating dishes that would make their diners not miss eating meats. Their dishes served include black bean chili, fresh spring rolls, and sauteed yuca. They also serve winter vegetable biryani, red coconut curry, and mesquite-grilled tofu, and asparagus. Furthermore, they serve sparkling wines, beers, and other cold beverages. They also serve whole leaf hot tea such as Earl Gre and Pre Qing Ming.
Address: Building A, 2 Marina Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94123
”Beyond the ambiance, the food is superb. Speaking to their brunch menu, it’s best when a group of three can’t decide which items to get because they all look delectable. The ingredients are locally sourced, presentation was spectacular, and the flavor was richly balanced. The chefs here do a wonderful job bringing out the best flavors and we were all certainly impressed. Key meal highlights were the Hash with Poached Eggs, and the soup of the day, a divine beet soup! (Which says a lot as I’m not typically a fan of beets). The pancakes were also perfectly fluffy and the right thickness that made every bite wanting more.” – Matthew Lee
Vegan Picnic features a vegan American-style deli with arrays of classic comfort food. They also have catering services available. Their serving staff promptly give their attention to the diners. They ensure that their diners have the best dining experience. Furthermore, they serve breakfast with breakfast burritos, assorted bagels, and frittata bites. There are also sandwich selections like salami sub-finger, pimento cheese finger, and egg salad finger sandwiches, Moreover, serve mac and cheese, crab cakes, and roasted steak tips. Their dessert menu includes cheesecake bites, donuts, and brownie bites.
Address: 1323 Polk St, San Francisco, CA 94109
“This is the Cutest place I’ve ever seen(looks like their settling in). I love the way they pack up the food in a Recyclable Paper bag, they also write your name and make it personalized. (Also a smart way to track orders lol). I do wish their prices were a bit more affordable to the food portion. I got the Chicken Sandwich, it was so yummmy.” – Jose
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.