I’m going to be to showing my favourite vegan food places in Manchester, during this current lockdown which we are all in. All these places are affordable and available for takeaway .
Little Aladdin- M4
Little Aladdin is a fast food outlet offering around six curries daily with rice, vegan nann or roti. Also offering Indian starters, burgers, chips, falafel and tofu wraps.
It has been fully vegan since October 2018.
My order- Mixed Vegetable Biryani (£7.50), Tofu Wrap (£4.50).
Evuna Spanish Tapas- M4
Evuna is a hidden gem found in the back streets of the central Manchester having a wide variety of foods from all over Spain, making Manchester feel as if you are in Madrid or Valencia.
Evuna is well known for their large menu of wines, which are all vegan friendly.
My order- Chickpea salad (£5.95), Patatas bravas (£5.25), Vegan Paella (£14), Wine-Santalba Carbonic Maceration (£23).
What The Pitta – M4
What The Pitta is 100% vegan and plant-based, which offer a greek cuisine of shawarma/doner kebabs.
What The Pitta has fast become a vegans favourite and has gone on to feed the likes of JME (UK Grime Artist), FatGayVegan (Blogger) and superstar footballers. They have also been featured in The Metro and on BBC News Night, The One Show and Channel 4’s Sunday Brunch.
My order- Vegan Doner Wrap (£7.50), Fries(£2.50).
Pizza Hut Restaurant- M8
Their Vegan Pizza with the famous Vegan Ch**se has been available since 2017 when they took part in their first Veganuary.
From Vegan starters, mains and desserts to a range of vegan drinks, Pizza Hut provide you with the opportunity to get your cheese fix with delicious non-dairy alternatives.
My order- Veggie Pepperphoni Feast (£12), I Can’t Believe It’s Not Cheesecake (£6.49).
The largest bakery chain in the U.K has been offering a large range of plant-based products since January 2019.
My order- Vegan Sausage Roll (£1), 2 ring sugar donuts (£1).