- Andies Restaurant
- Arya Bhavan
- Blind Faith Café
- Chicago Diner
- Karyn’s Fresh Corner
- Udupi palace
Many vegetarian options, but the restaurant is not solely vegetarian. This Lebanese Middle Eastern restaurant serves low-cost, satisfying Lebanese, Turkish, and Greek food.
1467 W. Montrose Ave.
5253 N. Clark St
With a buffet lunch and buffet dinner you can’t go wrong at this all vegetarian Indian delight. Arya Bhavan also caters and has room for private parties. The lunch buffet is offered Tuesday through Friday, a dinner buffet Friday through Sunday. Favorites include, chana masala (chickpeas cooked with spices), and tandoori gobi (marinated cauliflower cooked tandoori style)
2508 W. Devon Ave.
A vegetarian landmark in the Chicago-area, Blind Faith has diverse and interesting options offered, sure to please vegans and omnivores alike, as well as some fantastic desserts.
This city’s oldest vegetarian restaurant, the Chicago Diner is a popular destination point for people seeking healthy, hearty portions of meatless comfort food. Almost any option can be made vegan, and they have a wonderful assortment of vegan baked goods that are especially cherished. All that is on the restaurant menu is available for catering plus possibly more.
3411 N. Halsted
Mon-Thu: 11-10, Fri: 11-11, Sat: 10-11, Sun: 10-10
Karyn’s has both a fine dining restaurant featuring raw haute cuisine, and a more casual section with a salad and juice bar. Karyn has received a lot of press over the past few years for bringing raw foods to the Heartland. Many items normally prepared with honey can have that omitted.
1901 N. Halsted
A very popular South Indian vegetarian restaurant, Udupi specializes in savory pancakes, such as their dosai. Prices are very reasonable, and ghee, or clarified butter, can be substituted with vegetable oil on request.
730 Shaumburg Rd
2543 W Devon