Vex your veggie brains, ditch the vintage fur, don the vegan loafers, and eat out with Yelp's guide to meat-free meals in Auld Leekie and Glasgow.
55 St Mary's Street, Edinburgh
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For some fine fare sans viande, Stuart B keeps it fresh at David Bann, tucking into "brioche with asparagus and shallots. The produce tastes unbelievably fresh, like they plucked it out the ground a few hours prior." Fine dining focused on the fruit of the earth!
The Hanoi Bike Shop
8 Ruthven Lane, Glasgow
With delights such as made-in-house tofu, you'll find a range of delicious veggie dishes. Dishes include lemongrass marinated tofu, rice paper summer rolls and mushroom pho (broth) with oyster, shiitake and woodear mushrooms in a vegetable stock!
94 Hanover Street, Edinburgh
For the most dedicated of vegetarians, Andrew C has discovered a "mecca of all things non-meaty" at Henderson's where "the staff seem to have taken on a vow of servitude after having fallen in love with the place". There's live music some nights too.
12 Kings Court, Glasgow
Jane T sampled the "refried bean burrito with rice, guacamole, lemon & coriander sour cream and salsa" as well as "the smoked tofu, pesto mayo, tomato and spinach sandwich" and summed it up as "a totally delicious and a real sensual experience".
20 South Clerk Street, Edinburgh
After admiring the wares in The Himalaya Shop, Julia S discover their "sweet little café permeated in a delicious smell of chai and homemade curry". From Eternal Oms to om nom nom, "it's pretty much exemplary of a city's little secret. Go on - discover it".
142A St Vincent Street, Glasgow
Jules M raves about the "vegetarian butternut squash dahl with rice and slaw". She says her "taste buds were tingling with pleasure from the get-go". If the food had been on a plate then "it would definitely have been licked".
45 St Patrick Square, Edinburgh
If you prefer a spice in your spuds and a kick to your carrots, turn up the heat at this vegetarian Indian restaurant. Despite being a bona fide carnivore, Fiona H confessed: "the food was absolutely amazing and made me eat my words about how it would be boring and bland".
Where the Monkey Sleeps
182 West Regent Street, Glasgow
With a huge menu of made-fresh lunches, veggies will rejoice at the offerings served up. Chargrilled aubergine and peppers, red onion marmalade, mature cheddar and blue cheese are just a few of the options available.
Baked Potato Shop
56 Cockburn Street, Edinburgh
"Potato, potato, potato!" is what Cressida F's brain shouts whenever she walks by. Their small is one giant tattie, and a medium two. All the fillings are vegetarian, from veggie haggis, to chickpea salad, to avocado and cheese.
Cherry & Heather
7 North Gower Street, Glasgow
Amanda Q advises: "If you're a vegetarian then you will be spoilt for choice with fillings like brie, spinach with caramelised onions or oven roasted beetroot, lavender and honey goats cheese pate, sprinkled with omega mixed seeds".