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As 2022 comes to an end and 2023 begins, new year’s resolutions are being made many of which are based on lifestyle choices. Whether you’re already vegan, if you’re trying to reduce meat consumption or aiming to be more sustainable in the next year Veganuary is a great way to do just that! Veganuary is a concept whereby through the month of January participants scrap the animal products and go plant based, every year it becomes more popular with people realising that vegan diets can be more sustainable for the future. A plant-based diet could help reduce the amount of landfill used in agriculture and minimise greenhouse gas emissions by nearly half!

A plant-based diet isn’t just fruit and vegetables (although amazing things can be done with just that), with plant-based options growing by the day. Restaurants are creating innovative ways to allow people to lose the animal products and increase the flavour to ensure no one misses out on great tasting food!

Over the last few years more and more restaurants have introduced vegan menus and there are some great plant-based eateries around Cheshire. Chester was even awarded 2nd place for vegan eating out of 20 cities around the UK just behind Edinburgh. So why not use the new year to try out a plant-based diet; made all the easier with what’s on offer in Chester & Cheshire!



1-3 Eastgate st, Chester CH1 1LQ

Shrub is a plant-based eatery offering food, coffee, cocktails and more, located on The Rows in the heart of Chester. The entirely vegan restaurant has an abundance of high-quality delicious dishes from mushroom calamari and poké bowls to seitan burgers and laksa. And of course, not forgetting dessert! Brownies, cheesecakes, tarts and sorbets a sweet tooth heaven! As well as all this Shrub want to positively impact the hospitality sector by raising awareness around sustainability. Shrub is on target to make the entire business climate positive by reducing their carbon output and making small changes such as zero waste drinks.


Pink Lettuce

51 Bridge Street Row, Chester CH1 1NW

Pink Lettuce is the latest plant based restaurant to open in Chester, delivering a range of dining experiences from a delicious power breakfast to after-work drinks with a selection of sharer platters, there is something for everyone’s taste.

You can enjoy a mini tasting menu with 5 delicious courses, which include their special Pink Lettuce burger, Mac n' Cheese, Cheesecake and sticky toffee pudding, not forgetting a complimentary glass of vegan wine! Or if that's not what you fancy you can choose from a range of sharing platters, sides and starters. They also offer home delivery too via ‘JustEat’ if you would rather stay snug at home than venturing out. 


Jaunty Goat

128 Northgate St, Chester CH1 2HT

Jaunty Goat does coffee properly. While the coffee alone brings locals and visitors alike through the doors of their two shops, the food is just as special. The second shop, located on Northgate Street is entirely plant-based and is perfect for brunch, light bites and small plates as well as sumptuous bakes. The menu is seasonal, diverse and deceptively simple with dishes ranging from pancakes and acai bowls to smashed avocado and sausage rolls.


Wild & Wild

2 Bridge St, Congleton, Cheshire, CW12 1AY

Multi-award winning, healthy Coffeehouse + Kitchen, serving speciality coffee, restaurant quality food & cafe culture vibes made entirely from plant based products! They have a strong mission which is to create a community space that inspires natural wellness, leading with taste with a focus on health & happiness. Everything is made by hand in house and the staff and owners are passionate advocates for living a healthy Plant Based lifestyle. They strive for sustainability by making small changes, for example all of their takeaway materials are now made from plants, making them totally compostable and they save and return all of the coffee bags to their coffee supplier and partners, Fire & Flow who reuse their bags or return to the manufacturer to recycle their packaging in-house.

wild & wild


Hanky Panky

20 Commonhall Street, Chester CH1 2BJ

If you’re looking for something deliciously sweet Hanky Panky will help with that! Fluffy pancakes and ice cream sundaes. Hanky Panky has a superb vegan selection, there’s vegan Scotch pancakes with such toppings as bananas and blueberries, peanut butter, bananas and chocolate, and even apple compote. You can even top it all off with a vegan affogato.



Unit 60b, Cheshire Oaks Designer Outlet, Kinsey Road, Ellesmere Port, CH65 9JJ

Mowgli is a rising star in the restaurant industry. Starting from humble beginnings, Nisha Katona’s Indian street food inspired eateries are becoming staples of the high street. Luckily for Cheshire residents, there’s a Mowgli located conveniently at Cheshire Oaks Designer outlet. This is Indian food like you may never have experienced before - extremely healthy, often vegan and always packed with fresh flavour. So after hitting the sales why not swap your Chicken Tikka for a vegan Holy Chow, or even make it a meal with a specially selected Tiffin?


The Flower Cup

61, Watergate Row South, Watergate Street, Chester CH1 2LE

The Flower Cup is an independent botanical coffee shop, they serve up a variety of brunch dishes from French toast to full breakfasts as well as a variety of teas and speciality coffee. All of this can be enjoyed while surrounded by plants and flowers. Their tasty and unique all day brunch menu has a large selection of tasty vegan options as well as classics. The coffee used is all ethically sourced by Neighbourhood Coffee and teas are all sourced locally to ensure they are as sustainable as possible.



Shrub is a plant based eatery offering food, coffee, cocktails and more, located on The Rows in the heart of Chester.

Jaunty Goat Coffee - Vegan
Jaunty Goat northgate Street

Boasting an entirely plant-based menu, the Jaunty Goat on Northgate Street promises to satisfy regardless of the occasion.

Wild & Wild
Wild & Wild

Once a family dream, now a team of awesome people making food by hand with love, made entirely from plants.

Warrington Market
Covered Market/Market Hall
Warrington Market. Credit Warrington BID

Discover “Cheshire Life’s” Market of the Year and a taste of Warrington’s culture through the characters, cuisine and creative businesses, hairdressers, menders and makers.

Hanky Panky Pancakes
Hanky Panky Pancakes

Serving a variety of pancakes

Cheshire Oaks Designer Outlet
Shop / Shopping Centre
Cath Kidston at Cheshire Oaks Designer Outlet

Trendsetters, foodies, label lovers, it’s time to make some noise for the infamous McArthurGlen Designer Outlet, Cheshire Oaks.

The Flower Cup
The Flower Cup

The Flower Cup are a independent, italian themed coffee and flower shop.



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