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3 vegan restaurants in Houston to satisfy your taste buds

Marisol Gallagher


Houston, TX - Whether it’s to keep the animal safe, for a better environment, or simply as a healthier lifestyle, being vegan doesn’t mean sacrificing tasty food. This is proven to be especially true in these 3 vegan restaurants in Houston.

1. Verdine | 449 W 19th St

Opened in 2019, this 100 percent fully plant-based restaurant is run by Stephanie Hoban, the executive chef and founder. Driven by her passion for creating a plant based diet and healthy food, Hoban continues to curate Verdine’s menu to inspire people to ‘Eat with a Purpose’. Verdine offers counters as well as full service dining with a variant choice of menu like bistro burger, caprese melt, kale salad, beet falafel plate, and jackfruit tacos.

2. Chef Kenny's Asian Vegan Restaurant | 6128 Wilcrest Dr

Operated in 2019 in Houston, this restaurant by Chef Kenny offers a range of Asian vegan menu from Chinese to Thai as well as sushi rolls. They serve veggie fish and meats, sizzling plates, noodles, bento, tofu and vegetable dishes, along with vegan desserts. This restaurant with a family friendly atmosphere is a branch from Chef Kenny's restaurant in Las Vegas.

3. Green Seed Vegan | 4320 Almeda Rd

This restaurant and elixir bar is serving plant-based meals. Green Seed Vegan offers 100 percent vegan, soy free, and gluten free options with raw collard wrap, brown rice wrap, and over microgreens for their menu. Some of their variant dishes are vegan burgers, sandwiches, raw food, salads and wraps, along with sweet potato fries. Additionally, they also have a dessert called raw cheesecake that is made of coconut macadamia crust and blackberry lemon cashew base. For drinks, this place provides cold pressed raw juices, elixirs, and smoothies.

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