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Revelstoke has a food scene that is bursting with flavour.

Vegetarians and vegans will have no trouble finding delicious options at our local restaurants and food trucks. We asked some Revelstoke vegans and vegetarians for their favourite things to eat and are spreading the word!

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Dose Coffee. Photo: Ant Cassell

Breakfast.

Try the TLT sandwich at Dose Coffee - it's the BLT you love but with tofu bacon! There's also a delicious breakfast sandwich with a fried egg and tofu bacon, as well as green pea pancakes!

Terra Firma’s Kitchen offers up a super tasty breakfast sandwich with customizable options to suit your dietary requirements.

The Main Street Cafe's vegan brunch features a veggie-filled tofu scramble which will fill you up for a day of adventures!

LUNCH.

La Baguette’s beet burger is legendary. Meat eaters and vegans alike are huge fans of this tasty beet patty. Have one all dressed at La Baguette and then hop next door to Le Marche to grab the patties for your freezer!

Paramjit’s Kitchen is a great spot for vegetarian lunch. Swing by on Thursday for the veggie thali special, featuring three delicious vegetarian curries and accoutrements. Their regular menu has a number of vegetarian and vegan curries, plus great vegetarian wraps.

The vegetarian ploughman’s sandwich and veggie market sandwich at Terra Firma’s Kitchen are always delicious. Their creations are creative and use local ingredients!

Swing by the Far East Bistro food truck for a tasty tofu veggie bowl or pad thai!

Terra Firma's kitchen serves farm fresh favourites. Photo: Christine Love-Hewitt
Terra Firma's kitchen serves farm fresh favourites. Photo: Christine Love-Hewitt
A vegetarian entree at the 112.
A vegetarian entree at the 112.

DINNER.

The Taco Club is one of Revelstoke’s best spots for catering to dietary needs. You can pick your own filling, and any of the vegetarian options can also be made vegan. The crispy yam burritos and tacos are a fan favourite.

The “hungry hungry hippies” pizza at The Village Idiot is covered in delicious vegetarian toppings. The cheese can be substituted for vegan cheese, so everyone can get in on some delicious ‘za!

Glory Bowls are a Kootenay classic featuring fresh veggies, tofu, and a nutritional yeast dressing. You’ll find a great glory bowl at Chubby Funsters, which incidentally has a great halloumi sandwich and a veggie burger. They also feature a vegan watermelon steak!

For upscale vegan eating, head to the 112 Restaurant. Vegans will love the chance to have arancini, delicious Italian risotto balls made with vegan cheese.  

Kawakubo has a killer selection of vegan and veggie items. Their specialty rolls, tofu salad, and veggie tempura round out an indulgent Japanese feast.

The Woolsey Creek Bistro has a well curated menu of fresh, seasonal options and always features excellent vegetarian fare.

DRINKS & DESSERT.

Monashee Spirits Distillery serves up a caesar with vegan clamato mix, and uses Aquababa instead of egg to create vegan cocktails. 

Vegetarians generally don’t struggle much with dessert, but sometimes finding vegan desserts can be more challenging. La Baguette’s gelato selection always has a few vegan options. Our favourite is the chocolate coconut - it’s thick, creamy, and indulgent. The fruit sorbets are also mouth watering. Look for popsicles made by the Popcycle at The Modern Cafe and Bakeshop along with their tasty vegan brownies.

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Monashee Distillery serves fancy cocktails with vegan options. Photo: Hywel Williams

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