5+1 Vegan Restaurants in Athens

Being a Vegan in Athens offers you many options when you decide to dine out. There are several restaurants offering mouth-watering vegan dishes that even the non-vegans couldn’t resist.

vegan restaurants athens


Let us introduce you to the top 5+1 Vegan Restaurants in Athens and get ready to tickle your gustatory palates.

1. Yi

Gi Restaurant

In a restaurant resembling the French countryside in the heart of Glyfada you are welcome to savor the most exceptional vegan-raw delicacies in the most enchanting of settings.

Gr. Lampraki 69, Glyfada, tel.no. +30 210 9648512


2. Vegan Nation


A flavorsome surprise in the center of Athens with creative vegan proposals and healthy street food choices that will blow your mind.

Ermou 86, Monastiraki, tel.no. +30 210 3226226

3. Lime Bistro


Another Vegan hotspot in the area of Gazi, renowned for its creative and rich homemade flavors, bio coffee and exquisite cocktails.

Dekeleon 23, Gazi, tel.no. +30 210 3474423

4. Mama Tierra


Just like the name suggests in Spanish, the cuisine of Mother Earth is a gift from Mother Earth itself. Inspired by exquisite recipes from Spain, Italy, India and Mexico, this amazing vegan restaurant in the downtown of Athens will leave you asking for more.

Akadimias 84, Downtown, tel.no. +30 2114114420

5. Avocado

avocado restaurant

Avocado has been a favorite hotspot for Vegans in Syntagma. Offering exclusively vegan dishes made by bio products and raw materials, Avocado continues to excite the gustatory palates with fresh flavorsome revelations.

Nikis 30, Syntagma, tel.no. +30 2103237878

6. Rosebud

Rosebud vegan restaurant

Paying tribute to the Mediterranean gastronomy, Rosebud is proof that the vegan diet can also be a very delicious diet. Offering an extensive range of flavorsome culinary proposals, Rosebud has made its way to the gustatory map of Kolonaki.

Skoufa 42 & Omirou 60, Kolonaki, tel.no. +30 210 3392370

Being a Vegan in Athens is not only a healthy way of living, it is also exciting!





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