Vegan Dining, No Problem

These eateries are 100% vegan, but even meat eaters will want to eat here too


Located in Edmonton’s first food hall, the popular Seitans is all about the meaty wheat gluten (aka seitan), whether you order the chickun po’ boys, burgers or fried Chikun box meals, there are so many possibilities. Don’t miss the hand-made pizzas and kale casesar salad. And because Seitan’s is located in a JustCook Kitchens food hall with three other food concepts, it’s an ideal place to dine with non-vegans. 10344 105 Street


Casual conscious eats is the mantra at KB&CO where you’ll feel instantly healthy after eating. The quick-casual was one of the first vegan restaurants to sprout up in the core so it has dedicated customers who queue up all day long. It has your standard wraps and salads but there’s nothing regular about the taste. Everything is exploding with flavour from the tahini and beet wrap to our favourite, the Nori Glory salad loaded with mixed greens, coconut rice, red pepper, cucumber, nori, avocado and micro-greens. Stop by in the morning for oat and hemp seed berry waffles, or a delicious smoothie. 10223 104 Street

Copper Branch

Canadian quick-casual Copper Branch will satisfy committed vegans with its approachable menu that might even fool meat eaters. But make no mistake the burgers, chili, soup and power bowls are 100 percent plant-based. The spicy black bean burger is a hearty affair, but it’s worth ordering the buffalo wings to taste the range of Copper Branch dishes. 10316 Jasper Avenue


The folks at Cinnaholic know that if they even mention vegan, dessert lovers of all kind may shy away. So we think it’s a brilliant marketing move that they’re hush about their vegan cinnamon rolls. You can select from their signature rolls or build your own, choosing from 20 different frosting and about as many toppings. 10075 109 Street