Vegan in Dubai: four things you need to try

Vegan in Dubai: four things you need to try

Whether you’re a long-time Vegan or just trying it out for Veganuary, here’s four Vegan things to try in Dubai

Visit Wild & the Moon

One of the most popular plant-based cafes in the city, diners can pop in for an almond chai latte or a fresh vegan salad, soup or sandwich. Based in Al Quoz, the restaurant’s menu is also available for delivery via Deliveroo Editions.

Details: For BBC Good Food Middle East’s review of the restaurant, click here. For more information, visit Wild & the Moon.

Try the City Brunch

Seasonal Taste at The Westin Dubai, Al Habtoor City now has a launched a special vegan section at their Friday brunch. Along with a range of delicious plant-based dishes, foodies can enjoy live cooking stations, a DJ playing old school hits, and a special kids area with kids cooking classes.

Details: 1pm-4.30pm every Friday. The Westin Dubai, Al Habtoor City, Dubai. AED 249 with soft drinks, AED 350 with house beverages, AED 495 with premium beverages. Children below 5 dine free, children aged 6-12 years old dine half price. For more information, visit The Westin Dubai.

Enjoy the new coconut coffee options

Costa Coffee now offers coconut milk at all its branches across the UAE. Enjoy a dairy free cappuccino, latte or flat white at any of their coffee shops across the country. Packed full of fibre, vitamin C, iron and magnesium it’s the perfect pitstop treat.

Details: for more information visit Costa Coffee UAE.

Still enjoy takeaway

Being vegan doesn’t mean abstaining from a weekend pizza. Freedom Pizza UAE recently launched their 100% vegan “Free-Gan pizza”, made withorange bell peppers, jalapeños, cherry tomatoes, onions, caramelized onions, cilantro, and of course, vegan cheese.

Details: for more information, visit Freedom Pizza UAE.