Green Queen Travels: Where To Eat Vegan Food In Dubai

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Dubai is exploding with plant-based eateries and vegan options! Tons of restaurants are getting on board with the vegan trend, making the UAE capital bustling a truly vibing vegan food scene. Below are Green Queen’s top picks not to be missed – from thalis to raw courgetti and doughnuts – there is truly something for everyone in Dubai.

Little Erth by Nabz&G

Source: Little Erth by Nabs&G

Little Erth by Nabz&G serves up completely vegan, authentic and flavourful Middle Eastern inspired dishes. From hummus and dates to earthy bowls of tabbouleh and fattoush salad – you are bound to be satisfied at Nabih and Ghalia’s food creations. Raw vegans will also rejoice at the plentiful options, which include Zesty Spaghetti (courgetti noodles), spring rolls made with raw papaya wraps, the Raw Burger Sliders and loads more. They also offer culinary experiences for small groups up to 10, where you can pick up some healthy cooking and artistic plating tips!

Address: Little Erth by Nabz&G, Shop 34, Basement Level, J2 Tower, Cluster J, Jumeirah Lake Towers, Dubai. Open daily: 12.00noon – 10.00pm. 

Super Natural Kitchen

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Looking for a 100% vegan, raw, gluten-free and sugar-free restaurant? Look no further than Super Natural Kitchen. All their colourful dishes look good, taste good, and are good for your health too! What’s more? They are also sustainability minded: the restaurant is plastic-free, and is also dedicated to using organic and locally grown ingredients whenever possible. If you want to dine compassionately, consciously and healthily, this is the place. 

Address: Super Natural Kitchen, 2/F, Galeries Lafayette, The Dubai Mall, Dubai. Open daily: 11.00am – 9.00pm. 

Life ‘n One

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What’s a vegan guide without a recommendation for açaí bowls? In addition to their much loved bowls, Life ‘n One also serves up vegan, gluten-free, sugar-free, soy-free and GMO-free mains and desserts! Everything is oriented around healing – from Macrobiotic Soup to Cashew Tzatziki and Black Hummus dips, everything offered here is designed with your health in mind. You can pair your meal with a refreshing smoothie, cold-pressed juice or specialty coffees too from their extensive menu. Make sure to check out their wellness centre too – they hold daily meditation classes, workshops and live music on Saturday afternoons. 

Address: Life ‘n One, Street 27B, Jumeirah 1, Jumeirah Beach Road, Dubai. Open daily: 9.30am – 7.30pm. 

Tom & Serg

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Okay, strictly speaking, this is not a vegan restaurant, but Tom & Serg offers loads of clearly labelled vegan and vegetarian options. The no-frills café offers global breakfasts and lunches, using only fresh wholesome ingredients and organic whenever possible. It’s industrial interior makes it a popular spot for freelancers looking for a place to work, as well as health and fitness fanatics searching for specialty coffees and honest, nutritious gourmet food. 

Address: Tom & Serg, Al Joud Centre, 15A Street, Sheikh Zayed Road, Dubai. Open Monday – Thursday: 8.00am – 3.45pm; Friday – Sunday: 8.00am – 5.45pm. 

Mami’s Illam Pure Veg Restaurant

Source: Mami’s Illam Pure Veg Restaurant

Mami’s Illam Pure Veg Restaurant is a veggie (and vegan-friendly) winner tucked inside Discovery Gardens. Here, you’ll find families packed in to enjoy a traditional all-vegetarian meal. To add their charm, there are lots of rules at this restaurant, where sections of the menu are served only at specific times, specific days. For example, their beloved Vegetable Masala is only available after 7.00pm on Wednesdays. Everyone recommends the thali, made up of 8 different dishes, as well as their paneer masala served up with charred chapatis. Oh and it’s a total bargain too – you’ll leave here with your tummies and wallets very happy. 

Address: Mami’s Illam Pure Veg Restaurant, Building No. 6, Zen Cluster 3, Discovery Gardens, Street 1A, Dubai. Open Daily: 7.00am-11.30pm. 

Nuez Café

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Nuez Café is an all-new raw and plant-based coffee and dessert stop where you can feel at home. All their vegan desserts (think cakes, gelato and pastries!) offered are gluten and refined sugar free. Drop by during the day to try out one of their many sweet treats on offer with a coffee, or even a smoothie. Open late, this also the perfect place to visit for post-dinner ice cream fix. 

Address: Nuez Café, Ferdous Building 3, Al Safa 1st, Al Wasl Road, Dubai. Open daily: 8.00am – 11.30pm.


Source: Veganity

Coming soon to break Dubai’s vegan food scene is Veganity. Veganity is already famous among the plant-based community in the UAE, having launched in 2017 as the country’s first vegan meal prep and delivery service. It will soon open its doors to a permanent restaurant in City Walk, offering over 200 completely vegan, organic, preservative-free and artificial colouring-free dishes to diners. Dishes on the menu will include pulled jackfruit burgers, vegan cinnamon rolls, pancake cannolis stuffed with blueberry cashew cream, and seared “scallops” made out of king oyster mushrooms. Watch this space!

Address: Al Safa Street, City Walk, Dubai. For more info or online orders, contact Veganity. Tel: +971 50 339 8973. Email:

Lead image courtesy of Veganity.


  • Sally Ho

    Sally Ho is Green Queen's former resident writer and lead reporter. Passionate about the environment, social issues and health, she is always looking into the latest climate stories in Hong Kong and beyond. A long-time vegan, she also hopes to promote healthy and plant-based lifestyle choices in Asia. Sally has a background in Politics and International Relations from her studies at the London School of Economics and Political Science.

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