Let Your Property
 

The 5 Best Vegan Restaurants in The Cotswolds

The picturesque Cotswolds, with its charming villages and rolling hills, is not only a treat for the eyes but also a delight for the taste buds. It’s jam-packed with delicious eating-out options, with everything from quaint cafes and tea rooms to Michelin-starred restaurants and traditional pubs. So what are your options if you’re a vegan or vegetarian? Well, there’s plenty and they’re increasing year on year. Here is our list of the 5 best vegan restaurants in the Cotswolds.

Best Vegan Restaurants in the Cotswolds

Whether you’re a vegan or a vegetarian the Cotswolds has plenty of options out there just for you. So indulge your tastebuds with our pick of the 5 top vegan restaurants in the Cotswolds. 

1. Bathampton Mill

Address: The Bathampton Mill, Mill Lane, Bath, Somerset, BA2 6TS

Website: https://www.thebathamptonmill.co.uk

Menu: https://www.thebathamptonmill.co.uk/vegan-menu#/

For those seeking an authentic countryside pub experience, then a trip to Bathampton Mill is a must. Nestled in the heart of the charming Cotswolds town of Bathampton, The Bathampton Mill stands as a distinguished pub, bar, and restaurant boasting an inviting courtyard and garden for those warm summer days. 

This stylish restaurant is situated by the riverside in Bath and offers a haven and tranquil retreat where you can dine on plant-based delights. Enjoy refreshing beverages whilst chatting with friends and loved ones. Choose from a variety of options including soup, vegan burgers or curry, and delectable desserts of sorbets, apple crumbles and more.

2. Karibu Vegan Bar & Kitchen

Address: No.23, Nelson Street, Stroud, GL5 2HH

Website: https://www.karibu23.co.uk/

Menu: https://www.karibu23.co.uk/menu/

View this post on Instagram

A post shared by Karibu (@karibustroud)

Karibu Vegan Bar and Kitchen started out as a small street food stall called Indie Veggie where it toured the UK and catered at festivals, fayres, private parties and weddings. Once it had gained a reputation for being a truly delightful place to go for wholesome and delicious plant-based cuisine, the owner decided to step up shop in Stroud. 

All their international plant-based dishes are drawn on the owner’s Kenyan childhood: home-style food, cooked from family recipes. Discover a taste of Kenya, Asia, and South America with a menu that’s proved popular since its inception. All dishes are made using locally sourced ingredients. 

3. The Butcombe Brewery Pubs

Address: Various locations across the Cotswolds

Website: https://butcombe.com/restaurants/cotswolds/vegan/

If you’re after a vegan meal during your stay in the Cotswolds, then you must try one of several Butcombe Brewery Pubs. Although not strictly vegan-only, these restaurants in the Cotswolds offer plenty of plant-based options. All their food is locally and sustainably sourced to provide diners with only the best ingredients. 

Choose from an incredible range of plant-based dishes including teriyaki smoked tofu and miso banoffee pie. With various locations to choose from, you’ll be truly spoilt for choice. 

4. Vegetus

Address: 42 Winchcombe St, Cheltenham GL52 2ND

Website: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100049108701879

Menu: Check their website for up-to-date menu

Based in Cheltenham, Vegetus is a vegan restaurant in the Cotswolds that serves up a variety of sumptuous plant-based dishes. Enjoy New York-inspired burgers with vegan cheese, Middle Eastern-style kebabs with tahini and salad or Moroccan mezze.  There’s plenty to choose from. 

5. The Coconut Tree

Address: 59 Saint Paul’s Road, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL50 4JA

Website: https://www.thecoconut-tree.com/restaurant_bars/cheltenham/#

Menu: https://www.thecoconut-tree.com/menus/

View this post on Instagram

A post shared by The Coconut Tree (@thecoconuttreeuk)

Situated in Cheltenham, offering delicious Sri Lankan cuisine, The Coconut Tree is an award-winning restaurant in the Cotswolds. This laid-back vegan restaurant offers traditional street food with a twist. With many dishes being naturally dairy-free, their extensive menu offers plenty of vegan choices. 

Enjoy traditional Kotthu, spicy polenta battered mushrooms, pineapple curry, and so much more. Why not take your taste buds on a journey across the globe? Whether you’re a vegan or not, there is something here for everyone to try. 


Looking for more inspiration for your trip to the Cotswolds? Take a look at our blogs below:


Accommodation in the Cotswolds

The Little House, Oxfordshire, Cotswolds

It’s not too late to book a last-minute break. Whether you’re searching for a romantic bolthole for your anniversary, a family-friendly home for school holidays, or a dog-friendly property for a trip with the whole family, we have you covered. 

Discover our vast array of holiday cottages in the Cotswolds and get planning your next escape today. Need some more help deciding? Our team of experts are happy to help. Call us on 01993 222200 or email stay@shortletspace.co.uk today!

 
This website uses cookies
This site uses cookies to enhance your browsing experience. We use necessary cookies to make sure that our website works. We’d also like to set analytics cookies that help us make improvements by measuring how you use the site. By clicking “Allow All”, you agree to the storing of cookies on your device to enhance site navigation, analyse site usage, and assist in our marketing efforts.
These cookies are required for basic functionalities such as accessing secure areas of the website, remembering previous actions and facilitating the proper display of the website. Necessary cookies are often exempt from requiring user consent as they do not collect personal data and are crucial for the website to perform its core functions.
A “preferences” cookie is used to remember user preferences and settings on a website. These cookies enhance the user experience by allowing the website to remember choices such as language preferences, font size, layout customization, and other similar settings. Preference cookies are not strictly necessary for the basic functioning of the website but contribute to a more personalised and convenient browsing experience for users.
A “statistics” cookie typically refers to cookies that are used to collect anonymous data about how visitors interact with a website. These cookies help website owners understand how users navigate their site, which pages are most frequently visited, how long users spend on each page, and similar metrics. The data collected by statistics cookies is aggregated and anonymized, meaning it does not contain personally identifiable information (PII).
Marketing cookies are used to track user behaviour across websites, allowing advertisers to deliver targeted advertisements based on the user’s interests and preferences. These cookies collect data such as browsing history and interactions with ads to create user profiles. While essential for effective online advertising, obtaining user consent is crucial to comply with privacy regulations.
Newsletter
 

This message will not appear again for another 24 hours