Eating Vegan in Winchester

One of the easiest and best ways to reduce our personal carbon footprint is to eat less meat.
As the Veganuary movement keeps growing year on year, January is a great time to try meat free as a lot of restaurants and supermarkets increase their plant based lines and introduce new menus. 

So where is good to eat vegan food in Winchester?

Here’s our top 5 vegan eats in Winchester

1. CROWN & ANCHOR on the High Street

This LGBTQ+ friendly pub boasts being vegan, veggie and also coeliac friendly too. They have an extensive vegan menu with mains such as f*sh & chips, shepherdless pie and the staple vegan burger. They also have vegan desserts which are always welcome!
Their red wines are all vegan and to top it all off there’s 20% off all vegan meals on Mondays!

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2. PIECARAMBA on Parchment Street.

This quirky, superhero inspired cafe/restaurant, serves hearty pie and mash with a side order of comic books and top trumps.
They have 6 meat free pies on their menu, 4 of which are fully vegan. 

The drinks are also great as is the lovely atmosphere inside. 

Takeaway is also available.

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3. WAGAMAMA on Jewry Street

This chain restaurant is always great for vegan food.
There is an extensive selection on the main menu with all vegan food clearly labelled to make it easier to choose the right option.
They also have some delicious super juices that really make your body say thank you! 

Takeaway also available.

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4. GREENS on Jewry Street.

Greens a lovely chilled bar and cafe that do an amazing vegan breakfast.

They also have several main meal choices along with sandwich options. 

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5. RAWBERRY on the High Street

This vegetarian/vegan cafe has an array of meat free dishes always with plenty of vegan options.

They have a great choice of plant based milks for hot drinks and vegan cakes for your afternoon tea. 

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Most restaurants these days have at least one vegan option, and supermarkets have huge sections of plant based goodies so it’s never been easier to ditch the meat and try vegan.

You don’t need to go full vegan, just swapping one meal a week for a plant based option will have huge benefits to you and the environment.