List of Vegan/Vegetarian Restaurants in Kuwait

Post by Mark

A lot of people are becoming vegetarian or vegan for some reason so figured it was worth putting this list together. Below is a list of restaurants that have a large selection of vegan and vegetarian dishes (not salads). I’m sure I missed out on a whole lot so let me know what else to add below.

Fed by JM
Healthy Feast
Saravanaa Bhavan
Skinny Fork
The Bowl

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  1. Sameera says:

    Cant live without Healthy Feast

  2. MK says:

    Sargam (salmiya, city, farwaniya)
    Sagar (salmiya, fahaheel)
    Adyar Ananda bhavan (salmiya , farwaniya)
    Thakkar (salmiya)
    Amman (salmiya)

    • Gary says:

      To complete your list of awesome Indian restaurants, *Udupi* on Ahmad Al Jaber St, Kuwait City. I’ve been going there for decades, love the food.

  3. aaa says:

    I like Indian vegetarian food because it feels like they made good food that happened to be vegetarian. I’m not a vegetarian but I don’t come away from those meals thinking I missed much.

    A lot of time western vegetarian is either salad, or an imitation of a meat dish with the meat replaced with a mushroom, or like a collection of things they found in a supermarket placed on a plate with no actual effort involved. I think when people have a negative perception of vegan/veg it’s because of that type of food

    • Gary says:

      This is exactly why I go for Indian food when I want to eat vegetarian or go on a diet. It’s really filling and healthy! Most of the western vegan/vegetarian foods seems to be bland, imitations of meet or just plane suck. Not to mention how expensive it is to eat at a vegan restaurant.

      • Mark says:

        What does dieting have to do with being vegetarian? You can lose weight eating fish, chicken and meat, they’re not the issue in gaining weight.

        • Gary says:

          I’ve been needed to increase my fiber intake so my doctor suggested I switch to a vegetarian diet for two months. I should have been more specific.

          • Aisha says:

            Gary, how much does your fibre intake need to be per day? If you don’t want to go full on veg I recommend broccoli and raspberries as good sources of fibre and they’re both super convenient snacks!

  4. cajie says:

    Looks like it is a whole lot better to be a coffee drinker in Kuwait. Vegans have to sit at home and cry.

    • Mark says:

      its getting better though

    • Go Vegan says:

      Or sit at home and make bomb-ass vegan meals that are great for you and do not require other living beings to suffer, all while helping to create a world where we can do our part by contributing less to environmental pollution, overfishing, senseless killing, and a thousand other positive aspects that a plant-based diet can do for you and the world.

  5. teenum says:

    NOOOOO! What are you doing?

  6. Go Vegan says:

    Thanks for posting this. It’s so good to see so many more people in Kuwait becoming receptive to the benefits of a plant-based lifestyle.

    Unfortunately, there’s still a lot of resistance and petty jabs made by people who really should know better when it comes to the benefits a plant-based diet can offer. For those curious and who would like to know more, here is a short list of documentaries you can check out to learn more about how going vegan is good for your health and the planet. Most of these are on Netflix or YouTube.

    Forks Over Knives
    What the Health

    Good interviews and lectures:

    Best Speech You Will Ever Hear (Gary Yourofsky)

    Anything by Dr. Greger – his “How Not To Die” information, particularly.

  7. Ann says:

    Caesar’s Shakahari in Salmiya block 10

  8. Ipsom says:

    A vegatarian/vegan restaurant means that ALL of the dishes in the entire menu are vegetarian/vegan… the only ones I know of are ginger and fed by jm

  9. izzyq8 says:

    Freshii too
    Available in boulevard and jabriya
    Also on carriage

  10. James says:

    Please add the suggestions from the comments section to the main post. It’ll stay a record for people to visit in future and not have to go through the comments section.

  11. Kurama says:

    Thanks a lot for this post :)

  12. Lakmini says:

    Salad boutique

  13. Ibn Al Jazeera says:

    I love Healthy Feast. I had their spinach yesterday as well as the vegan sushi. Boy was it fuckin delicious and felt very good. Beats the usual oily heavy options, wish more establishments were like this.

    I wanted a good sandwich the other day and I have yet to find one. Something on par with what you would get abroad with fresh microgreens or alfalfa sprouts. There are a plethora of processed meat and cheese sandwiches. Oh well.

  14. Show me Vegan says:

    Are there any options near mangaf/mahboula

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