Vegan Restaurants in Doylestown, PA
Posted on October 8, 2015 by Delaware Valley University.
Following a vegan diet requires diligent attention to the foods you eat and products you use. Whether you’ve chosen to maintain a vegan diet for ethical reasons or because you find it to be healthier, finding a restaurant that caters to vegans can be difficult.
If you’re a student at Delaware Valley University and looking for restaurants that cater to your vegan diet, you’re in luck because there are numerous options in Doylestown... Read on to find DelVal’s list of our favorite vegan restaurants in Doylestown.
Doc Bakers Farmulations
Doc Bakers Farmulations has multiple vegetarian/vegan options available to DelVal students. While providing a small food menu consisting of hummus, pico de gallo and spring mix salads, they also create shakes, smoothies, teas and hydrators. You can learn about different types of cleanses and juice plans and pick up the supplies you need to carry through with them.
Supplements are also stocked in Doc Bakers. You’ll find that Doc Bakers’ fresh, fast and healthy food makes for a great snack and gives you great ingredients that you can bring home to start working on healthier, vegan-inspired breakfasts, lunches and dinners.
Doc Bakers is located at 22 North Main Street, Doylestown, PA 18901.
To-Yo Japanese Restaurant
This sushi bar features a variety of diverse and eccentric rolls that can fit into your vegan diet. And since many people love sushi and don’t realize that it can be considered as a vegan dish, you and your friends can make a reservation and not feel left out just because of your vegan lifestyle.
To-Yo Japanese Restaurant can be found at 34 West State Street, Doylestown, PA 18901.
Cross Culture Fine Indian Cuisine
Like Japanese cuisine, Indian cuisine features flavorful vegan dishes, and Cross Culture Fine Indian Cuisine in Doylestown doesn’t disappoint. If you like spicy, appetizing dishes, you’ll find a sweet and savory menu that brings the culture of northern India to right outside the DelVal campus.
Vegan and vegetarian kababs, samosas and tikki make for great appetizers, and entrées of Navaratan Korma, Malai Kofta and Aloo Gobhi are delicious and will give you an adventurous selection.
Make a reservation at Cross Culture Fine Indian Cuisine at 62-64 West State Street, Doylestown, PA 1890.
Vegan diners don’t need to worry about scrambling around to find their next meal, as there are plenty of great options just off the DelVal campus in the heart of Doylestown. If you need a break from campus and you and your friends want to treat yourselves to a meal out, consider one of these three choices for a healthy, delicious and vegan-friendly lunch or dinner.
You can learn more about Doylestown and the town’s various attractions when you schedule your campus visit at DelVal.