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Best Vegan Restaurants in Sheffield July 2021  

Posted By Christina on July 1, 2021

Best Vegan Restaurants in Sheffield July 2021  

As the number of people who have switched to a plant-based diet has grown massively over the past year, so has the number of restaurants which offer delicious vegan options. Here are the top venues that serve the best vegan food in Sheffield in summer 2021.  


Icarus and Apollo – Steel Yard 

Icarus and Apollo is an internationally inspired street food vendor of unique and sustainable plant-based meals sourced as locally to our hometown of Sheffield as possible. They usually prepare their handheld food in their unique and colourful van. Furthermore, their food menu is quite diverse offering delicious food options from across the globe from Asia to Australia and many more. They are committed to using ingredients that are fresh as well as locally and ethically sourced. Sustainability is truly at the heart of what they do. Hence, they grow most of their herbs and species on their own, harness energy through solar panels on their van and use recyclable and biodegradable packaging. Icarus and Apollo are based in the new and popular food court of Steel Yard in Kelham Island Sheffield.  


Icarus and Apollo Instagram

Aesthete Coffee + Kitchen, Walkey 

Aesthete Coffee + Kitchen is a breakfast and brunch hotspot based in Walkey, Sheffield. Even though they are best known for their gorgeous bespoke cakes, their brunch dishes are equally delicious. There’s plenty of choice for veggies, vegan and gluten-free. You can take your pick from house granola, berry pancakes, fusion inspired aubergine shakshuka, to bolognaise on waffles with sriracha and poached eggs. They’re dog friendly too. Aesthete is open seven days a week (9-5) for walk-ins only. The word Aesthete is defined as a person who is appreciative of and sensitive to art and beauty, and you can certainly do that at this beautiful venue

Aesthete Coffee Instagram

Pom Kitchen, Sharrow Vale 

This Australian-inspired vegetarian and vegan eatery on Sharrow Vale Road. ‘Wild Things Run Free’ is the motto of this Aussie inspired cafe, and it’s evident why. The menu is full of colourful, fresh dishes including salads, hot dogs, sandwiches and much more all served on colourful plates alongside edible flowers. They also serve a fantastic range of smoothies, coffees and milkshakes topped with a colourful sweet topping. With neon signs and pink everything, the interior and the food will provide all the inspiration you need for your next vegan meal. The perfect location to enjoy a tasty vegan meal and at a beautiful instagrammable pink venue. 

Pom Kitchen Instagram

Make No Bones, Kelham Island

Make No Bones has been serving up 100% vegan fast food since 2013, including ‘burgers’, fried ‘chicken wings’, ‘döner kebabs’, and loaded fries.  They are now based in the Old Workshop, a bar in Kelham Island and specialise in delicious vegan comfort food. This is one of the top 100% Vegan establishments in the city, as many visitors have revealed that the food is so good they can’t even tell that it’s plant-based. Regarding the venue itself, the Old Workshop is a dog-friendly bar that does craft beer and cocktails equally well. Make No Bones is a must-try for any junk food lover. 

Make No Bones Instagram

V or V Vegan and Vegetarian restaurant, Kelham Island 

Another amazing restaurant that specifically only serves vegan and vegetarian food is V or V, situated in vibrant Kelham Island. The venue functions as a coffee and brunch house by day and restaurant by night. V or V champions relaxed dining, go with a group and choose from their seasonal selection of plates. Everything is organic, top quality, and can be made plant-based. In addition to this, everything at this venue from the drinks to the furniture, to the staff uniforms, were produced in the most environmentally and sustainably possible way, making it an authentic eco-friendly venue.

V for Vegan Instagram

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