Tired of ordering the one vegetarian item on the menu: macaroni and cheese? Check out this list of 17 St. Louis restaurants that cater to vegetarians (some to carnivores as well), offering plant-based dishes in a variety of cuisines, including Thai, Indian, Vietnamese, Turkish, Mediterranean, Korean/Mexican fusion, tapas, Chinese and American.
Serve yourself buffet style from a 100% vegetarian selection just steps away from the Delmar-Loop MetroLink station.
You can count on three square meals a day, plus snacks, to be 100% vegetarian, vegan, gluten free or mostly raw. You can also step right into a yoga class in the next-door studio for a whatever-feels-right donation.
Vegetarian and vegan delights include wraps, hot sandwiches, and a comforting soup selection that changes daily.
Fresh juices including Sunrise in Paradise (mangos, apples, ginger), Pomegranate Pow Pow (pomegranate, lime, apples) and Orange Ecstasy (carrots, ginger, lemon) and elegant vegetarian, vegan and raw entrees, almost too pretty to eat.
One of several great vegetarian options in the colorful South Grand area helps keep your carbon footprint to a minimum.
At the west end of The Loop, this Asian/Mexican fusion restaurant offers lots of vegetarian options.
Romantic Turkish restaurant in south St. Louis serves both carnivores and herbivores with inspired Middle Eastern cuisine.
Popular Vietnamese restaurant in the Central West End offers a nice selection of vegetarian dishes.
Consistently rated as one of St. Louis' top restaurants (of any ethnicity), Mai Lee offers vegetarian options in both Vietnamese and Chinese dishes.
Stylish non-Italian restaurant on The Hill, our famous Italian neighborhood, gives vegetarians much to choose from.
Creative and delicious Thai cuisine at this handsome downtown restaurant includes lots of vegetarian options.
Fast, casual downtown eatery steps from America's Center doesn't skimp on quality and delivers the delicious flavors of the Mediterranean in plenty of vegetarian items.
Fun, casual, Greek restaurant several blocks west of The Loop often features belly dancers along with a large menu of meaty and meatless dishes.
A marriage made in veg heaven, with a husband (Cbabi—sounds like kuh-bobby) who sells his art inches away from his wife’s (Reine—sounds like rain) delectable and healthy menu. Go for Mama’s Bowl of Soul, complete with lip smackin’ vegan, gluten free Mackin’ Cheeze.
Another great Vietnamese restaurant (St. Louis is loaded with them) in the South Grand neighborhood has a large selection of vegetarian dishes.
Immensely popular Vietnamese restaurant in the South Grand neighborhood packs them in with great service, delicious food and plenty of vegetarian options.