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Vegetarian Eateries in Leeds

These vegetarian cafes and restaurants offer a varied and delicious menu for those wanting vegetarian meal in Leeds city centre.
Hansa's - credit Rob Booker


Hansa's Gujarati Restaurant has been on the forefront of bringing Indian Vegetarian Cuisine to the mainstream restaurant scene in Leeds and Yorkshire since 1986.

Her all women staff, serve her blend of Gujarati Vegetarian home-cooking, with touches of her East African upbringing. Hansa’s restaurant is arguably a city institution, celebrating 30 years of providing delicious, vegetarian meals to the people of Leeds.



Humpit Hummus & Pita Bar has become hugely popular since arriving in Leeds some 18 months ago. Housed in the stunning Leeds Corn Exchange, Humpit is THE lunchtime destination for fans of all things Hummus.

They’re menu may not be overflowing with ingredients but it’s certainly packed with flavour; offering authentic, great tasting, down to earth hummus, falafel, salads and drinks.

Find out for yourself why Humpit is constantly top of the TripAdvisor list!


Humpit Leeds
Roots and Fruits - Leeds


Nestled in the charming Grand Arcade Roots and Fruits has been a fixture on the Leeds veggie scene for over 20 years.

There is a fantastically varied fixed menu which includes everything from light bites to hearty meals. The recently introduced Whole Bowl has become an instant favourite and offers nutritional balance with delicious flavours.

That’s not all, the overflowing and entirely vegan specials board includes the legendary burger of the day and there are fresh baked cakes and a great range of beverages on offer as well. The biggest challenge is choosing what to eat!



Snuggled away above a crystal shop on Swan Street Global Tribe is one of Leeds hidden gems. Serving a large and varied selection of breakfasts from full English to toasted tea cake this is the perfect place to fuel up for the day.

Their main dishes are just as varied so it’s possible to tuck into a hearty pie on one visit then sample something more exotic like Jamaican Spiced Rice on another. If you fancy something a little lighter then there’s a great selection of fresh sandwiches to choose from as well.


Global Tribe Cafe - Leeds
Bundobust - credit Giles Smith


Since it opened its doors on Mill Hill in 2014 Bundobust has established its self as a truly unique destination, a craft beer bar that sells top quality beverages accompanied by incredible freshly prepared Indian street food.

The interior is stylishly minimalist with canteen style tables creating a chilled out atmosphere in which to relax and socialise. If you don’t have time for a drink you can grab a dish or two to go all served in their distinctive round tubs.