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Manchester Vegan Breakfast Guide 2021

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The Biscoff Pancake Stack @ Hampton & Voúis
Princess St, City Centre

Vegan breakfast favourite: Biscoff pancake stack with caramel sauce, berries and vegan vanilla ice cream.
100% vegan restaurant? No, but Hampton & Voúis has four vegan pancake stacks on their menu and they are all amazing.

The Vegan Bombay @ Dishoom
Bridge St, City Centre

Vegan breakfast favourite: The Vegan Bombay breakfast with tofu akuri, vegan sausages, vegan black pudding, grilled field mushrooms, masala beans, grilled tomato and home-made vegan buns.
100% vegan restaurant? No but Dishoom has an unreal vegan menu.

The Toasted Banana Bread With Honeycomb @ Another Heart to Feed
Northern Quarter & West Didsbury

Vegan breakfast favourite: Toasted home-made banana bread, vanilla soy yoghurt, fresh berries, vegan honeycomb and maple syrup.
100% vegan restaurant? No, but Another Heart to Feed has excellent vegan choices.

The Vegan Yardbird @ Turtle Bay
Northern Quarter & Oxford St, City Centre

Vegan breakfast favourite: A Caribbean twist on fried chicken pancakes. Picture a soft bara roti stack topped with a crunchy vegan chicken patty, smashed avo, maple syrup and hot sauce. With a side of fresh watermelon to cool you down.
100% vegan restaurant? No but there are plenty of tasty Caribbean-inspired vegan options at Turtle Bay.

The Vegan Sausage and Egg Muffin @ Vegan Shack
Piccadilly Gardens, City Centre

Vegan breakfast favourite: Plant-based sausage and egg muffin on a floury breakfast bun with melted cheeze, ketchup and a side of hash browns.
100% vegan restaurant? Yes, Vegan Shack is 100% vegan.

Elnecot Shakshuka @ Elnecot
Ancoats, City Centre

Vegan breakfast favourite: Vegan shakshuka with fava bean falafel, slow-cooked tomato ragu, cashew cream and Companio sourdough.
100% vegan restaurant? No, Elnecot has a few vegan options though including a vegan Sunday roast.

The Vertigo Benedict @ Vertigo Plant Based Eatery
Multiple Locations

Vegan breakfast favourite: Vertigo’s take on eggs benedict. Toasted sourdough topped with vegan black pudding, hash browns and avocado smothered in vegan hollandaise sauce.
100% vegan restaurant? Yes, Vertigo is fully vegan and there are a couple of restaurants around Manchester.

The Breakfast Brioche Roll @ Feel Good Club
Northern Quarter, City Centre

Vegan breakfast favourite: Turmeric spiced tofu scramble, red pepper, spring onion, kale and sriracha mayo on a vegan brioche finger roll.
100% vegan restaurant? No, but Feel Good Club also do great coffee and have a sustainable clothing range too.

Protein Pancakes @ The Remedy Kitchen
Central Retail District, City Centre

Vegan breakfast favourite: Fluffy protein pancakes with fresh berries, coconut yoghurt, toasted almonds and maple syrup.
100% vegan restaurant? No, but The Remedy Kitchen is a healthy eatery with loads of vegan dishes and juices.

The Vegan Savoury Stack @ The Koffee Pot
Northern Quarter, City Centre

Vegan breakfast favourite: Triple stack of soft pancakes with tofu scramble, potato rosti, ‘bacon’ & maple syrup.
100% vegan restaurant? No, but The Koffee Pot offers a half omnivore/half vegan menu. You can also get their delicious vegan food at The Deaf Institute.

The Full Vegan @ Folk Café Bar
Didsbury & Prestwich

Vegan breakfast favourite: The Full Vegan Breakfast with veggie sausage, hash browns, homemade baked beans, sautéed tofu, grilled tomatoes, wilted spinach, giant mushrooms and sourdough.
100% vegan restaurant? No, Folk isn’t a vegan restaurant.

Scrambled Tofu on Sourdough @ The Counter House
Ancoats, City Centre

Vegan breakfast favourite: Hot scrambled tofu on local sourdough toast with spiced seeds – simple but delicious.
100% vegan restaurant? No, The Counter House isn’t vegan.

The Açai Bowl @ The Garden Eatery
Hale

Vegan breakfast favourite: Açai bowl with banana, coconut milk, fresh fruit, granola and superfood sprinkles.
100% vegan restaurant? No, but The Garden Eatery is a health-focused café so naturally it’s very vegan-friendly.

The Vegan Chocolate Croissant @ Veggie Pret
Deansgate, City Centre

Vegan breakfast favourite: Vegan croissants! Choose between plain, almond, chocolate or the excellent jam twist.
100% vegan restaurant? No, but Veggie Pret is an exclusively vegetarian eatery.

The Avocado Toast @ Cosy Club
The Corn Exchange, City Centre

Vegan breakfast favourite: The classic millennial avocado toast with lime, chilli, coriander and tomato on toasted ciabatta.
100% vegan restaurant? No, but Cosy Club has loads of tasty vegan options.

The Vegan Breakfast Muffin @ Siop Shop
Northern Quarter, City Centre

Vegan breakfast favourite: Vegan breakfast muffin with confit tomato, tofu scramble, veg patty, spinach and your choice of ketchup or brown sauce.
100% vegan restaurant? No, but Siop Shop does several vegan stuffed and glazed doughnuts that you have to try.

The Vegan Breakfast @ Sugar Junction
Northern Quarter, City Centre

Vegan breakfast favourite: A fully loaded vegan breakfast with scrambled tofu, falafel, hash brown, grilled tomato, roast butternut squash, boston beans, mushroom and toast.
100% vegan restaurant? No, Sugar Junction isn’t vegan.

The Pear Crumble Granola Bowl @ The Gherkin
Levenshulme

Vegan breakfast favourite: Pear crumble granola bowl with coconut yoghurt, fresh pear, homemade granola, crumble and dark chocolate.
100% vegan restaurant? No, The Gherkin is a vegetarian restaurant but there are tonnes of vegan options.

The PLANNT Breakfast @ FoodWell
Spinningfields, City Centre

Vegan breakfast favourite: PLANNT breakfast with turmeric tofu scramble, thyme hash brown, beans, mushroom, tomato, avocado, wilted spinach and beetroot black pudding.
100% vegan restaurant? No, FoodWell isn’t vegan.

The Sausage and Mushroom Ciabatta @ Goodtime Games
West Didsbury

Vegan breakfast favourite: Vegan sausages, mushroom and caramelized onion chutney on a warm toasted ciabatta. All of the food is fairtrade or carefully sourced and the team here have a real social conscience.
100% vegan restaurant? No, Goodtime Games is a vegetarian board game café with loads of retro games to choose from.

The Hash Brown & Melted Cheese Toasted Sub @ Subway
Multiple Locations

Vegan breakfast favourite: It’s not the healthiest vegan breakfast you’ll ever eat, but a toasted sub with melted vegan mozzarella, hash browns and ketchup is sometimes exactly what you need.
100% vegan restaurant? No, Subway is definitely not vegan.

The Pulled Mushroom Bun @ Pot Kettle Black
Barton Arcade, Deansgate

Vegan breakfast favourite: Pulled mushrooms on a vegan brioche bun with smashed avo and scrambled tofu.
100% vegan restaurant? No, but there are a couple of good vegan choices at Pot Kettle Black.

The Vegan Full English @ Fuel Café Bar
Withington

Vegan breakfast favourite: The full vegan breakfast with sausages, sweet potato wedges, mushrooms, spicy beans, wilted spinach, grilled tomato and toast.
100% vegan restaurant? No, Fuel Café Bar is an independent vegetarian café.

The Homemade Granola Bowl @ Globe
Chorlton

Vegan breakfast favourite: Vegan yoghurt, blueberry puree, mixed berries, chia seeds, toasted coconut and maple syrup.
100% vegan restaurant? No, Globe isn’t vegan.

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