Discover the Best Vegan Restaurants in Niagara Falls for Delicious Plant-Based Cuisine

Vegan Restaurnts in Niagara Falls

Have you ever wandered the streets of Niagara Falls in search of a vegan-friendly eatery, only to be met with limited options?

Well, fear not my fellow plant-based eaters, for I have embarked on a quest with my vegan friend to discover the hidden gems of vegan restaurants in the area.

From mouth-watering burgers to delectable smoothie bowls, we have scoured the city to bring you the best of the best.

Join us on our culinary adventure as we share our discoveries and help you satisfy your vegan cravings in Niagara Falls.

Red Chateau

Vegan Restaurants in Niagara Falls

If you're searching for a cozy, romantic dining spot that's full of history and flavor, then look no further than Red Chateau in Niagara Falls.

Housed in a stunning 1850s building, this charming joint serves up authentic Central European cuisine that will have your taste buds dancing with joy.

But it's not just the food that makes Red Chateau special. The ambience of the place is simply magical, making it the perfect spot for a romantic dinner for two.

And if you're vegan or vegetarian, don't worry - Red Chateau has plenty of options to choose from. From house-smoked meats to fresh veggies grown on-site by the lovely elderly lady who runs the place, there's something for everyone.

So don't let the fact that it's a bit of a hike from the falls deter you - Red Chateau is worth the trip. And trust us, you won't regret trying the pickled achocha, red cabbage chalamada, and savoy mushroom patties. - they're all incredibly delicious!

The Kasbah Mediterranean


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This hidden gem may be located just outside of the touristy areas, but it's definitely worth the trip.

From the moment you step inside, you'll be greeted with warm and friendly service, not to mention an extensive wine list that features many local and international selections.

But the real star of the show is the food. If you're vegan, you'll be in heaven here. The vegan combo platter for 2 is absolutely massive - you'll definitely want to come hungry. And to top it off, they even offer vegan carrot cake, which is a total treat.

One of the best things about The Kasbah Mediterranean is the sheer number of vegan options on the menu - something that can be hard to find at many restaurants.

Don't miss the crispy Brussels sprouts with tahini sauce, which are totally out of this world. All in all, it's a must-visit spot for anyone looking for delicious Mediterranean cuisine.

  • Address: 6130 Dunn St, Niagara Falls, ON L2G 2P1, Canada
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  • Phone: +19053571000

This cozy joint has been serving up delicious, generous portions since 1995, and it's a favorite among locals and visitors alike.

Whether you're in the mood for a quick breakfast to start your day, or a hearty lunch or dinner, you're sure to find something that hits the spot here.

And despite being just a few minutes away from the hustle and bustle of Niagara Falls, The Queen's Coach has a warm, homely atmosphere that will make you feel right at home.

But what really sets this place apart is the incredible vegan options on the menu. From the vegan "chicken and waffles" to the poutine, there's something for everyone.

While the vegan chicken wasn't the best we've ever had, the waffle and poutine were both delicious. And the staff is simply fantastic, always going the extra mile to ensure that everyone's food preferences and choices are respected.

So if you're in the mood for a satisfying vegan meal that won't break the bank, head on over to The Queen's Coach Family Restaurant.

This restaurant offers all-you-can-eat Japanese and Thai cuisine, as well as à la carte menu options, all served in a modern and inviting atmosphere.

And one of the best things about Wind Japanese & Thai is their lightning-fast service, which doesn't compromise on quality.

But what really sets this place apart is the generous garnishes they offer, including soy sauce, ginger, and wasabi, as well as their ample supply of chopsticks and utensils.

Plus, parking is a breeze and the location is away from the busy streets of Niagara, making it the perfect spot for a relaxing meal.

We highly recommend trying the Crispy Vegetable Wontons, Thai Vegetarian Tom Yum Soup, and Pineapple Fried Rice. They were all absolutely delicious, and we left feeling satisfied and happy.

So if you're looking for a satisfying vegan meal in a welcoming atmosphere, be sure to check out Wind Japanese & Thai.


  • Ashleigh Bandimere

    Ashleigh Bandimere is a Freelance Foodie & Travel Writer who loves all things travel! She takes advantage of every opportunity to get away, Ashleigh is always ready for her next adventure.

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