Don't get us wrong, Greggs vegan sausage roll and Subway's vegan sandwich/wraps are great, but sometimes it seems that a plant based diet... can leave you a little left out when it comes to just 'grabbing something to eat'.

The website HappyCow is a great source for vegans looking the tastiest take outs and eat ins both as a visitor or a local.

We've compiled a list of 15 delectable dining options for those who loves a good veggie meal, or even for foodies who just want to try something new.

A favourite haunt for vegans in Gloucestershire, this restaurant is 100 per cent vegan and serves famous burgers, fries, wraps and dhals as well as smoothies and juices.

Although it also serves meat, Portivo lounge has a whole amazing vegan and gluten free menus availible. Whether it's breakfast or brunch or a bit of tapas you're looking for, this is perfect for a little treat on a little budget.



Previously named 'Tangtastic' this Gloucester local has loads of vegan options and will make other dishes vegan upon request.

Right in Gloucester town centre, The Crow's Nest is a quirky little café offering soup and made to order sandwiches, salads and fresh juices.

Just round the corner from Gloucester Cathedral, Hubble Bubble and its eye catching blue exterior serves some mouthwatering vegan options.

From avo on toast, vegan sandwiches, full English vegan breakfast, vegan ciabatta, jacket potatoes, salad and vegan dirty fries, it even has vegan specials.

For a slightly different dining experience, this little café is located inside Gloucestershire Cathedral, but the food options are far from reserved.

The Monk's Kitchen has a dedicated vegan menu, including soup of the day with bloomer bread, jacket potatoes with a number of topping choices including: chilli, hummus and vegan cheese.

Or maybe a sweet potato and chickpea stew with rice and a pie of the day served with seasonal veg, new potatoes and gravy.

In a little back street near town, this edgy, small licensed café offers a varied range of food and snacks suitable for vegans.

There is an eclectic seating area upstairs, or a courtyard if you're feeling a little like alfresco dining. There are occasionally Friday night music events too.

If you're based in Cheltenham or Gloucester you'll have access to a Wagas, and if you can't get there yourself, don't worry they deliver too.

Staying relevant in the vegan circles, the Japanese themed favourite has been releasing banger vegan meals after banger vegan meals.

Whether you want wok fried greens, stir-fried udon or soba or katsu curry, Wagamama is always perfect for a treat vegan eat out.

A little off the beaten track, you'll find Vinnie's next to the Royal Well bus station on an underground level.

But don't let the location fool you, with cushions and art from local young artists brightening the walls, this lovely little place will give you major hipster vibes.

Not so much a vegan eat in or take out, Seitan's Grill is a famously popular vegan pop-up fast food and catering, often at festivals like Slamdunk or 2000 Trees in Cheltenham.

They make creative takes on meat and dairy junk food classics such as; mac 'no' cheese and döner kebab.

No fixed abode but based in Cheltenham area, contact: 07588 171 516 to arrange wholesale or pop-up appearences.

Vegetus is a fully vegan Mediterranean style restaurant just outside the town centre in Cheltenham. The inside is fairly small but what they lack in space they make up for in style and taste.

Not only do they have an incredible varied menu, you can also purchase awesome vegan goods from their in-store shop, including: vegan pâtés, all kinds of vegan sausages, vegan cheese or vegan bacon etc.

A friendly and welcoming pub just at the top end of the Cheltenham high street, The Swan is a popular haunt for local vegans.

Vegan mozzarella sticks, vegan cauliflower cheese and vegan Sunday roasts are just a few of the things on offer (the portabello mushroom burger double stacked with added avocado just has to be tasted to be believed).

You can play board games or sit out in the conservatory whilst sampling the exclusively plant based menu, or as it's summer sit on one of the many big benches outside.

A Gloucestershire Live favourite for a vegan snack. Black Gold Coffee in Cheltenham does the most amazing vegan muffins you would not believe.

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With gorgeous views, vegan friendly beers and ciders, the menu has been well thought out and will not break the bank. This isn't somewhere you'll only be left with one choice.

If there's anywhere we've missed that you think should make the list from anywhere in Glocuestershire, email:

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