I've been a vegetarian for almost a decade, so every time I find a restaurant that offers me a meal option I haven't tried before, it's a major discovery. Below are a few restaurants that have lots of different choices for St. Louis vegetarians, whether you're in the mood for something simple or something a little more exotic. The meat-free offerings at these eateries are tasty enough to satisfy vegans, carnivores and everything in between.
Vegetarian eating in St. Louis
Kaylyn GimberSpecial to Metromix
December 23, 2010
Vegadeli had alternative options for vegans and vegetarians.
Your ticket to India, without having to pay those pesky passport fees.
Grab a pizza pie from Pi
Authentic Thai restaurant on South Grand.
Mi Ranchito offers authentic Mexican food at a very reasonable price
Sweets and eats and art all in one stop
Nepalese, Korean and Indian food in the new downtown location.
Nepalese, Korean and Indian food in The Grove.
This place is brand new, offering folks another option for lunch in South City. You can grab pizza, sandwiches, paninis, soups or salads. Urban Eats is located in the historic Liermann Building, which has been around for more than a century.
I'm new to the city, so I'm sure there are a lot of really great vegetarian-friendly places in town I haven't heard of yet. If you have any suggestions, feel free to leave a comment!