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10 Vegetarian-Friendly Restaurants In Las Vegas, The City Of Sin - Updated 2020

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Gillian
Gillian
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In a city where its steakhouses, burger bars and all-you-can-eat buffets are as numerous as its famous nightclubs and casinos, Las Vegas is a sinful haven for meat-lovers. Nevertheless, veganism and vegetarianism have slowly taken root in the City of Sin, with several vegan establishments sprouting up all over the city, offering a plethora of plant-based cuisine. Here is a list of 10 vegetarian and vegan restaurants for some clean eating after a night of dirty dancing. Fret not, big eaters – although buffets might not seem like a vegetarian-friendly option, this list includes a vegetarian-friendly buffet as well, so that everyone can have the full Vegas experience.

1. VegeNation


It’s not hard to see why VegeNation is one of the most popular vegetarian restaurants in Las Vegas. With a whopping five menus to choose from (depending on when you visit), VegeNation offers an impressive array of plant-based food, including ethnic cuisine, such as Thai Curry and Vietnamese Pho. Their buffalo cauliflower ‘wings’, coated with a layer of hot buffalo sauce and served with ranch sauce, was the perfect level of spice. VegeNation also sources its ingredients locally, so with every meal eaten there, you will feel good.

VegeNation

Address: 616 E Carson Avenue, Suite 120, Las Vegas, NV 89101, USA

Website: VegeNation

Opening hours: Sun-Thu: 8:00AM - 9:00PM, Fri-Sat: 8:00AM - 10:00PM

Price range: 11-30 USD

2. Simply Pure


A small, cosy eatery tucked in Downtown Container Park, Simply Pure boasts a wholly plant-based menu, helmed by Chef Stacey Dougan. The eatery offers items, such as green chili enchiladas, lasagna and chili cheese fries. Try the lasagna, a cheesy delight made with vegan mozzarella cheese and protein ‘sausage’, which tastes just like its meaty counterpart. The 20-minute wait is well worth it - even former president Bill Clinton, who visited in 2016, is a fan. The angel hair pasta, made with zucchini noodles and served with a generous dollop of sauce is also delicious. Take note, however, that the eatery only seats around 10 at once - be prepared to order your food to-go.

Simply Pure

Address: 707 Fremont St #1310, Las Vegas, NV 89101, USA

Website: Simply Pure

Opening hours: Sun- Thu: 11:00AM - 9:00PM, Fri-Sat: 11:00AM - 10:00PM

Price range: 11-30 USD

3. Chef Kenny's Asian Vegan Restaurant

Rainbow roll, a fan favorite.

As the founder of Las Vegas’ first vegan drive-thru (Vege-Way – it’s worth checking out, too!), Chef Kenny Chye is an established face on the Vegas food scene. His latest offering is an Asian restaurant located in Chinatown, serving vegan Asian food. He offers a plethora of Asian food on the menu, including vegan sushi, gluten-free ramen, and perennial crowd favourite orange chicken. Chef Kenny’s rendition of the Rainbow Roll includes vegan eel, tuna and salmon, which tastes just as fresh and savory as the real thing. Vegetarian or not, Chef Kenny’s will definitely satisfy your Asian food craving.

Chef Kenny's Asian Vegan Restaurant

Address: 6820 Spring Mountain Road, Las Vegas, NV 89146, USA

Website: Chef Kenny’s Asian Vegan Restaurant

Opening hours: Mon-Sun: 11.30AM - 9.30PM

Price range: 11-30 USD

4. Go Vegan Cafe


Complete with an all-day breakfast menu with seven different types of pancakes to choose from, Go Vegan Café is a quintessential American diner, except its gluten-free offerings. They even offer a raw food menu that includes pizza and burgers. Do not miss the pancakes and fruit-topped waffles. Also, do try their vegetarian burger. Being able to indulge guilt-free in these sinful American classics, what’s not to like?

Go Vegan Cafe

Address: 5875 S Rainbow Blvd #104, Las Vegas, NV 89118, USA

Website: Go Vegan Cafe

Opening hours: Mon-Sat: 9:00AM - 8:00PM, Sun: 9:00AM - 5:00PM

Price range: 11-30 USD

5. EATT Gourmet Bistro

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EATT Gourmet Bistro is an upscale restaurant with a very contemporary and casual vibe. The menu is seasonally curated by its team of French chefs, and their experience in the industry is clearly displayed in the presentation of their dishes. Ingredients are freshly sourced, and they also provide nut- and gluten-free options for those with allergies. However, portion sizes can be rather small, so don’t expect leftovers on your plate. Nevertheless, this is the place to go if you value quality over quantity.

EATT Gourmet Bistro

Address: 7865 W Sahara Ave #104, Las Vegas, NV 89117, USA

Website: EATT Gourmet Bistro

Opening hours: Mon-Sat: 11.30AM - 5:00PM, Mon-Thu: 5:00PM - 8.30PM, Fri-Sat: 5:00PM - 9.30PM; Sun: Closed

Price range: 11-30 USD

6. Slice of Vegas


With their gluten-free and vegan pizza menu, there’s something for everyone at Slice of Vegas. There’s also a build-your-own-pizza option, in case none of the pre-made pizzas suit your palate. For non-pizza lovers, they serve other Italian classics like bruschetta, garlic bread and pasta as well. Housed within the majestic Mandalay Bay hotel, Slice of Vegas is a fun space with an in-house bar (with a huge craft beer selection to go with your pizza!), jukebox and 12 flat-screen TVs.

Slice of Vegas

Address: 3930 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89119, USA

Website: Slice of Vegas

Opening hours: Sun-Thu: 11:00AM - 11:00PM, Fri-Sat: 11:00AM - 12:00AM

Price range: 11-30 USD

7. Veganbites


Although it’s not a restaurant per se, we couldn’t resist adding Veganbites to the list. For those with a sweet tooth, Veganbites will definitely not disappoint. One of the few vegan bakeries in Las Vegas (and the only one that delivers!), they offer a wide selection of baked goods. Pass by their storefront, and you’ll definitely be tempted by the wonderfully aesthetic assortment of sweet treats. Their cheesecakes are especially flavorful and taste as good as they look. All of their cakes and cookies are prepared with organic, non-GMO ingredients, and most are also gluten-free.

Veganbites

Address: 8876 S Eastern Av #101, Las Vegas NV 89123, USA

Website: Veganbites

Opening hours: Mon-Sat: 7.30AM - 6.30PM, Sun: 10:00AM - 3:00PM

8. Komol Restaurant


A favorite with both locals and tourists, Komol Restaurant is a cozy, humble eatery located off the strip. It is known for its extensive menu of authentic, MSG-free Thai cuisine, with both vegan and non-vegan options. Diners can also tailor the spiciness of the dish to fit their palate. Their spring rolls, which are highly crunchy and stuffed with delicious greens are often raved about. With such authentic Thai food at prices that won’t break your bank, it’s no wonder that Komol has been in the business for more than 30 years.

Komol Restaurant

Address: 953 E Sahara Ave E-10, Las Vegas, NV 89104, USA

Website: Komo Restaurant

Opening hours: Mon-Sat: 11:00AM - 10:00PM, Sun: 12:00PM - 10:00PM

Price range: 11-30 USD

9. Violette's Vegan


Violette’s Vegan Café is a vibrantly designed spot that’s sure to lift your spirits. All items on the menu are prepared from scratch in their own kitchen, so you can be assured of its wholesomeness. They serve a whole range of plant-based comfort food that’s easy on the waistline. Definitely order the California Dreamin’ Burger, a tofu-patty based burger topped with juicy tomatoes, avocados, tempeh bacon and melted cheese – it’s sure to make even the most health-conscious eater drool. Finish off your meal with an organic smoothie or a dessert bowl from their in-house juice bar.

Violette's Vegan

Address: 8560 W Desert Inn Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89117, USA

Website: Violette’s Vegan

Opening hours: Mon-Thu: 11:00AM - 9.30PM, Fri: 11:00AM - 10:00PM, Sat & Sun: 9:00AM - 10:00PM; Brunch served from 9:00AM - 2:00PM on weekends.

Price range: 11-30 USD

10. The Buffet at Wynn


No Las Vegas food listicle is complete without any mention of a buffet. One of the most famous buffets in the City of Sin, Wynn has a wide variety of international cuisine that caters to all palates. It is widely hailed as one of the most extravagant buffets in Las Vegas. The restaurant is an intricately decorated space with wide pathways, vibrant flower displays and ornate ceilings. Although not a vegetarian or vegan buffet per se, Wynn offers a number of non-meat options in its extensive food selection - every cuisine station has at least one alternative for non-meat eaters. The Buffet at Wynn definitely lives up to its name as one of the best buffets in Las Vegas.

The Buffet at Wynn

Address: 3131 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109, USA

Website: The Buffet at Wynn

Opening hours: Mon-Sun: 7:30AM - 9:30PM

Price range: 31-60 USD

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Dining in the City of Sin doesn’t necessarily have to be a sinful experience - with so many wholesome, vegan options available, it’s now easier than ever for health-conscious partygoers to find hangover food.

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