A pizzeria with its own clay oven used to make some of city’s best vegetarian and vegan pizzas. Even non-vegetarians appreciate these exceptionally delicious pizzas. Long lines always form at the Casa La Familia booth when they set one up at festivals and other celebrations, which obviously means that their food is very good!
Location: Rūdninkų 8
Opening hours: I-IV 11:30-22:00, V 11:30-23:00, VI 12:00-23:00, VII 12:00-22:00
!! This place is especially family-friendly and has a spacious playroom.
Not far from the city’s largest outlet mall, Holigans is a bistro that serves local organic vegetarian food. All of their dishes are bursting with colour and leave you feeling good, both inside and out. Buddha bowls, burgers, Indian food, and tacos – everything is prepared according to the ‘happy food’ concept (i.e. made only from plant-based products).
Location: Verkių 29, Ogmios miestas
Opening hours: I-IV 12:00-20:00, V-VI 12:00-21:00, VII 12:30-18:00
!! You can also find a Holigans at the Downtown Food Hall.
A family-owned restaurant that feels like home. Grandmother Vidutė grows the teas and berries, local farmer Ričardas provides the cheese, and the pastries are baked daily. Radharanė’s extensive menu is filled with stews, cutlets, salads, samosas, bakes, and more. Their cakes, Indian sweets and oven-baked bread deserve an additional round of applause.
Location: Gedimino 32
Opening hours: I-VII 11:00-21:00
!! You can also find a Radharanė at the Ozas shopping centre food court.
RoseHip is a restaurant that offers an exclusively vegan menu. However, it can still be a place of new discoveries and experiences for those who do not usually eat vegan. Guests will find a variety of interesting combinations, flavours, and techniques, which will no doubt inspire them to taste more of what this restaurant has to offer. RoseHip’s most popular burger is made with pulled jackfruit, which in flavour and texture is actually reminiscent of pulled pork.
Location: B. Radvilaitės 7
Opening hours: I-IV 11:30-22:00, V-VI 11:30-22:30, VII 11:00-22:00
!! You can also find a RoseHip at the G9 food hall.
Vegafe observes the principles of an Ayurvedic diet, which is why their vegetarian menu doesn’t contain any eggs, broth, mushrooms, yeast, flavour enhancers, animal gelatine, garlic, or onions. Do you know what a lactovegetarian diet is? If not, then come to Vegafe and find out!
Location: Totorių 3
Opening hours: I-V 11:00-22:00, VI-VII 12:00-22:00
Falafel with hummus is a meal option that many vegetarians know and love. This dish, as presented by the vegetarian bistro Zatar in the heart of Vilnius, is practically just as delicious as it is in its homeland. By the way, Zatar is open until very late, which makes it the perfect place for a late-night snack.
Location: Vokiečių 9
Opening hours: I-IV 11:00-23:00, V-VI 11:00-01:00, VII 11:00-21:00
!! You can also find a Zatar Falafel & Hummus at the Downtown Food Hall.
Located on a small cosy street in Vilnius Old Town, Vieta offers delicious and affordably priced vegetarian and vegan lunch options, which change depending on what fresh produce the kitchen receives that day. They also have an à la carte menu. By the way, a lot can happen behind the bar on weekends...and sometimes all over it! So come to Vieta, even if you’re not just hungry.
Location: Šv. Ignoto 12-1
Opening hours: I-V 11:30-23:00 VI 12:00-23:00