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Vegetarian restaurants around Houston with appetizing menus

Jason Martinez

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Houston, TX - Nowadays, searching for vegetarian restaurants in a city as big as Houston is getting easier. Whether you have chosen to opt out of meat, or simply want to eat healthier, these restaurants have so much delicious menu to serve you.

For your meatless meal, check out these 3 vegetarian restaurants in Houston.

1. Local Foods Upper Kirby | 2555 Kirby Dr

Just like the name, Local Foods is promoting the use of local purveyors farm-fresh ingredients. This fast-casual eatery offers numerous solid menus for vegetarians such as the vegan “meatball” sub and the quinoa burger that are perfect for hearty lunches. They also got the Fall Harvest bowl which is loaded with Brussels sprouts, roasted beets, Texas goat cheese, squash and even additional filling of tofu.

2. Kiran's | 2925 Richmond Ave

Operated by chef Kiran Verma, called the ‘godmother of Indian fine dining,’ you can enjoy plenty of Indian delicacies sans meat that are part of her world-class cuisine. You can find paneer biryani and vegetable, a combination of saffron basmati rice with cranberries, apricots, cashews, and yogurt, as well as the masala dosa, a rice crepe and spiced-potato stuffed lentil presented with coconut chutney and sambar.

3. Sweetgreen | 1303 Westheimer Rd

Having its warm hearty bowls as the favorite menu, sweetgreen also offers the meatless Shroomami that has chunky ingredients and is packed in fresh flavor. Warm portobellos and roasted sesame tofu are also included along with bright raw beets, basil, cucumber, and sunflower seeds on top of warm wild rice that is covered with miso sesame ginger dressing. Two of the popular picks for sweetgreen’s vegetarian menu are Kale Caesar and Harvest Bowl.

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