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Seattle and Portland: best vegetarian restaurants?

Where are the best vegetarian restaurants near Fremont (Seattle) and Alberta Arts /Mississippi Districts in Portland? Looking for something a bit different. 


5 Answers

answered by
Raif from Bethesda, Maryland

In Portland natural selection is far and away the nicest veg restaurant in that area and the price reflects that. For cheaper options, Vita Cafe is mostly veg diner food. Go for the chicken fried steak or buffalo wings. Good salads too if you want something lighter. Bye and bye is an all vegan bar, I recommend the Brussels sprouts bowl or bbq tofu plate. El Nutri Taco has lots of vegan options, try something with soy curls! Via Chicago does a good vegan slice of pizza. On Mississippi, homegrown smoker is all vegan southern style food cart. Right next door is Native Bowl, also all vegan. UCHU Sushi has some good and interesting options, even for a non sushi fan like me. Try the jalapeño popper sushi!

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  1. Vita Cafe (restaurant)
  2. El Nutri Taco (restaurant)
  3. Via Chicago (restaurant)
  4. Native Bowl (restaurant)
  5. UCHU Sushi (restaurant)
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answered by
Alissa from Queen Anne

In the Bowl is great. I've been loving Eve Fremont lately (as of Dec 2016). 

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  2. Eve Fremont (restaurant)
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answered by
Sunny from Seattle

Bamboo Garden Vegetarian Cuisine is a great one in lower Queen Anne.  Enjoy!!

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answered first by
Micky from Portland

Natural Selection on Alberta is a fabulous veggie restaurant that anyone will love!!!

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answered by
Holly from West Hollywood

We lived on 7th and Westlake for 6 years and one of our favorites was Cafe Flora (best brunch - oh how we miss it). Such a cute restaurant and great mix of people and food. Also try Palisade for brunch, although not vegetarian, they were so helpful each time we went and they have so many different items on the menu. The Crumpet Shop down by Pike's Market is so nice on a rainy day. Might be hard to get a seat but the butter and jam is so simple and with a cup of tea, hits the spot. Lola again, not a vegetarian restaurant but so many of our friends were not and everyone loved to brunch after yoga! This is a great spot to go! and GO! and GO!

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  1. Cafe Flora (restaurant)
  2. Palisade (restaurant)
  3. The Crumpet Shop (restaurant)
  4. Lola (restaurant)

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