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Vegan Eats in Cape Town, South Africa 2017

Cape City remains a favorite vacation spot of ours. The town attracts guests for quite a lot of reasons, but for us it’s the abundance of recent produce and the wide selection of spice and taste in the delicacies that tempted us again. We beforehand featured Vegan Eats in Cape City, South Africa, and determined to supply up extra from The Mother City with our Vegan Eats in Cape City 2017.

Beforehand we featured Addis in Cape, Meals Lover’s Market (Newspaper Home), Gold Restaurant, Trustworthy Chocolate Cafe, Masala Dosa, The Hungry Herbivore, Orchard on Long, Plant Cafe, and Raw and Roxy. We returned to some of these eating places (some of which have changed places or added new places) but in addition branched to attempt different vegan choices in and round Cape Town.

Afrikaans Language Monument in Paarl, about 50 kilometers north east of Cape Town

Afrikaans Language Monument and Babylonstoren Garden

From left to right: View from Afrikaans Language Monument; The Puff Adder tunnel, so named for its snake-like shape, on the Babylonstoren Backyard designed by French architect Patrice Taravella and engineered by Terry de Waal.

Dolce Bakery

Cape Town, South Africa

Dolce Bakery, Cape Town, South Africa

This relaxed little bakery and occasional store in Observatory was a guilty pleasure of ours in Cape City. Stopping off for a fast take a look at what that they had recent every day typically felt like a bet, but we all the time left with something pleasant and delicious. Our favorite vegan dessert at Dolce was their rich and decadent Peanut Butter Pie that was completely augmented by a wholesome pinch of salt. Additionally they have a vegan pizza menu and infrequently vegan bagels with cashew cheese. Dolce Bakery is an actual treat and the service was all the time distinctive. The bakery just isn’t totally vegan or vegetarian but gives vegan choices.

Goodness can't make you fat, Dolce Bakery, Cape Town

Vegan sweets from Dolce Bakery, Cape Town, South Africa

Vegan sweets from Dolce Bakery, Cape Town

Vegan Apple Crumble and Vegan Peanut Butter Slice from Dolce Bakery

From left to right: Vegan Apple Crumble & Vegan Peanut Butter Pie from Dolce Bakery, Cape City

Vegan cakes from Dolce Bakery, Cape Town, South Africa

From left to right: Vegan Stacked Carrot Cake; Vegan Stacked Chocolate Cake from Dolce Bakery, Cape Town

Dolce Bakery

tackle: 239C Lower Primary Rd, Observatory, Cape Town, 7925, South Africa
contact: +27 21 486 9007 / [email protected]
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Lucille’s Durban Delicacies

Cape City, South Africa

Vegan Bunny Chow from Lucille’s Durban Cuisine, Cape Town, South Africa

From left to proper: Vegan Bunny (Bunnie) Chow with Sugar Bean Curry; Breyani (also called Biryani) from Lucille’s Durban Cuisine, Vegan Cape City, South Africa

Lucille’s Durban Cuisine began life as a restaurant in Durban before relocating to Cape City. Now yow will discover Lucille’s at numerous markets and occasions around Cape Town in addition to having the option to put an order with them for individual meals or catering. Although not totally vegan, there’s a adequate and genuine choice of vegan Durban fashion Indian dishes out there from Lucille’s, including the notorious Bunny Chow. Naturally we couldn’t resist the thought of a strong curry served in a hollowed out loaf of bread, how might you? We returned to Lucille’s again and again during our keep in Cape City for Bunny Chow and other Durban specialties like Puri Patha. Comply with them on social media or contact them for extra particulars on putting an order or finding their next location.

Lucille’s Durban Delicacies’s 100% Vegan Menu from Vegan Items Market (December third, 2016), Vegan Cape Town

Vegan Sugar Bean Curry Bunny Chow from Lucille’s Durban Cuisine, Cape Town, South Africa

Vegan Bunny Chows with Sugar Bean Curry & Potato from Lucille’s Durban Cuisine, Cape Town

Vegan Puri Patha from Lucille’s Durban Cuisine, Cape Town

Vegan Puri Patha from Lucille’s Durban Delicacies, Cape City, South Africa

Vegan Bunny Chows from Lucille’s Durban Cuisine, Cape Town

Vegan Bunny Chows with Sugar Bean Curry (prime) and Brinjal (bottom two) from Lucille’s Durban Cuisine, Cape City

Lucille’s Durban Delicacies

handle: Local markets in Cape Town, South Africa
contact: +27 82 698 6957 (WhatsApp) / [email protected]
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Maharajah Vegetarian Restaurant

Cape Town, South Africa

Maharajah Vegetarian Restaurant, Cape Town, South Africa

If ever you want a break from the bowls, superfoods and raw vegan choices discovered in abundance throughout Cape Town, Maharajah is an appropriate various for hearty, well-seasoned vegan Indian comfort food. Situated in the Southern Suburbs, Maharajah is completely vegetarian. Most dishes are vegan and some might be made vegan upon request. It has a restricted eating space however they offer takeaway and the Decide n Pay subsequent door has 1-hour free parking. Dishes typically embrace the choice to pick the level of spiciness, although we don’t advocate ordering them delicate until you’ve gotten a real aversion to spice. The beneficiant portions are ready with ample quantities of entire dried spices akin to what you find in Northern Indian delicacies. They have vegan Bunny Chows on their menu however they’re very restricted so we advise calling forward in case you are hoping to order a bunny.

Maharajah Vegetarian Restaurant Menu, Cape Town, South Africa

Vegan Food, Maharajah Vegetarian Restaurant, Cape Town

Clockwise from backside left: Vegan Paratha; Vegan Combined Vegetable Biryani; Dhalls, Vegan Butter Bean Wrap, from Maharajah Vegetarian Restaurant, Cape City

Vegan Options from Maharajah Vegetarian Restaurant, Cape Town

From left to right: Vegan Soya Hen Bunny (remember to ask for vegan choice); Vegan Chillibites from Maharajah Vegetarian Restaurant, Cape Town

Maharajah Vegetarian Restaurant

handle: 6, Rondebosch Courtroom, Fountain Sq., Rondebosch, Cape City, 7700, South Africa
contact: +27 21 685 7891 / [email protected]
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Masala Dosa

Cape Town, South Africa

Vegan Masala Dosa, Cape Town, South Africa

Vegan drinks: Masala Magic Lassi; Himalayan Forest Lassi

There are only a handful of tables inside this small Southern Indian eatery on Long Road in Cape Town CBD. Masala Dosa presents a vegan menu with a number of choices for each course, including dessert. Simply as with our last go to, we loved Masala Dosa – a restaurant that isn’t brief on inspiration or flavor. For one thing a bit totally different attempt their Aloo Bombs, seasoned potato and rice dumplings with a chili at the middle, coated in sev and deep fried earlier than being hit with a handful of spice. All just a bit moreish. See our previous evaluation and photographs on Masala Dosa in 2015 here.

vegan starters, Masala Dosa, Cape Town

Vegan starters: Aloo tikki (potato dumplings with roasted spices coated in a gf batter, served w/ tomato chutney); Aloo Bombs (potato, rice and coriander balls with chili centre, coated with sev, served w/ tomato chutney)

Vegan dosas, Masala Dosa, Cape Town

From left to right: Combined Bean Dosa in spicy tomato gravy; Traditional Masala Dosa

Masala Dosa

tackle: 167 Lengthy St, Cape Town City Centre, Cape City, 8000, South Africa
contact: +27 21 424 6772 / [email protected]
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Along with Cape Town, we also spent a while out in the winelands. We love traveling around the Western Cape and advocate visiting the winelands for a minimum of a day trip when you’re in Cape Town.

Nomad Restaurant (CLOSED)

Stellenbosch, South Africa

Vegan, Nomad Restaurant, South Africa

Removed from the town of Stellenbosch and closer to a effective choice of wineries and their tasting rooms, Nomad is a soothing retreat from the town with recent, seasonal components and creative dishes. Almost half the menu at Nomad is vegan or might be prepared vegan. What’s extra, they even make their own vegan cheeses. We went for lunch at Nomad and in addition loved a special vegan Christmas feast.

Nomad Restaurant, South Africa

Vegan Options, Nomad Restaurant, Cape Town

Plant-Based Cheese, Nomad Restaurant, South Africa

Plant-Based mostly Cheese, Nomad Restaurant, Stellenbosch

Plant-Based mostly Cheese plates for Vegan Christmas dinner buffet, Nomad Restaurant

Vegan Christmas (2016) Feast from Nomad Restaurant, South Africa: Garden salad with asparagus, toasted almonds and candy chili vinaigrette; Lentil Wellington with mushroom duxelles baked in puff pastry; Herb-Crusted new potatoes with balsamic pearl onions; Maple syrup glazed rainbow carrots, Pearl Barley with tender stem broccoli, cherry tomatoes, caramelized onion and mint; Watermelon (Tofu)Feta and Rocket Salad

Vegan desserts, Nomad Restaurant, South Africa

Clockwise, from bottom left: Vegan Hayley’s Trifle; Vegan Apple & Frangipane Tartlets; Vegan Chocolate Lava Cake

Vegan burger, Nomad Restaurant, South Africa

Nomad Restaurant (CLOSED)

tackle: Bottelary Street, Koelenhof, Stellenbosch, 7605, South Africa
contact: +27 21 865 2456 / [email protected]

And some extra vegan bites

Addis in Cape

Addis in Cape is usually the go to Ethiopian restaurant in Cape Town for vegans. It’s straightforward to know why. Create your personal vegan combo or platter from a choice of dishes full of seasoning and spice. 100% teff injera are available for a further R20.

Vegan Cape Town, Addis in Cape

Vegan Cape Town, Addis in Cape

Vegan Cape Town, Addis in Cape

Vegan Cape Town, Addis in Cape

Vegan Platter, Cape Town, Addis in Cape

Vegan Combo Platter with 100% teff injera

Hungry Herbivore

Previously situated on the V&A Waterfront, Hungry Herbivore now has a storefront in the CBD at 11 Orphan St. They’ve expanded their menu and extended their hours. We stopped by and tried their Chef’s Special pizza with bbq seitan and avocado. View our 2015 evaluate here.

Vegan Pizza Chef's Special from The Hungry Herbivore, Cape Town

Vegan Chef’s Special Pizza: Tomato base, vegan mozzarella, marinated smokey BBQ seitan, caramelized onions, avocado and baby spinach

Pure Elixir

Pure Elixir is a small cafe in the CBD that additionally distributes their vegan chickpea curry rooti wraps to cafes, outlets and markets in and round Cape Town. Their rootis are crammed with vegetable Cape Malay curry, coriander and candy chutney. Additionally out there gluten-free.

Vegan Curry Rooti Wrap

Vegan Curry Rooti Wrap

Trustworthy Chocolate Cafe

Trustworthy Chocolate has a heat little cafe in the CBD with a generous choice of well-crafted vegan chocolate based mostly nibbles and drinks. Cozy place to take a seat and cross the time with a little bit of caffeine.

Organic Zone

Pleasant local organic store in Lakeside (simply outdoors Muizenberg) with a tangy and thrilling house-made uncooked vegan almond cheese, freshly made breads, wraps, salads and different vegan options.

Organic Zone, Cape Town

Interior Organic Zone, Cape Town

Raw almond cheese from Organic Zone

Vegan uncooked almond cheese from Natural Zone, Cape City

Vegan food, Organic Zone, Cape Town

Uncooked vegan almond cheese with recent bread from Natural Zone, Lakeside

Vegan wraps from Organic Zone, Cape Town

Vegan wraps from Organic Zone, Cape City

Rumsy’s Noose

Producer of vegan sweets, including a variety of donuts. They attend events now and again and in addition take private orders. Comply with them on Facebook for updates.

Vegan donuts from Vegan S'mores donut; Vegan Berry donut from Rumsy's Noose, Cape Town

Vegan Banana Peanut donut; Vegan Cinnamon Roll from Rumsy’s Noose, Cape City

Vegan donuts, Rumsy's Noose, Cape Town

Vegan S’mores donut; Vegan Berry donut from Rumsy’s Noose, Cape Town

The Yummy Vegan

Vegan consolation meals stand at Neighbourgoods Market. Sometimes seem at different markets and supplies personal catering and frozen meals to order. Parts are beneficiant and the meals is simple. Maintain up to date with The Yummy Vegan on Fb.

The Yummy Vegan, Cape Town

The Yummy Vegan meals vendor at The Neighbourgoods Market, Woodstock, Cape City

Vegan Masala Steak Wrap with salad; Vegan Chickpea Pan Pizza with mayo, candy chili, caramelized veggies, leafy greens, sprouts, avocado and edible flowers, from The Yummy Vegan (The Neighbourgoods Market)


Addis in Cape isn’t the one choice for wonderful vegan Ethiopian meals in Cape Town. Timbuktu in Observatory gives some of the flavorful and unique vegan spreads. We ordered takeaway and have been unable to get footage that symbolize just how good their meals is.

Sanctuary Sushi (CLOSED)

Vegan sushi from Sanctuary Sushi, Cape Town

Vegan sushi from Sanctuary Sushi at Neighbourgoods Market. CLOSED in Might 2017.

Turnip Hungry (Briefly Closed)

Vegan reuben from Turnip Hungry, Cape Town

Vegan Reuben from vegan meals truck Turnip Hungry. At present CLOSED but might return.