Top 10 Vegan Takeaways in Sheffield
There is no way to deny it – vegan food is simply delish and it has been rising in popularity in the last few years. We couldn’t be happier!
With plenty of fresh ingredients, packed with vitamins and nutrients, eating vegan food is healthy and yummy – and the perfect option for a takeaway night.
If you’re staying in your cosy student accommodation in Sheffield and fancy a vegan takeaway, we’re here to help. We’ve got you covered with the 10 best vegan takeaways in Sheffield!
705 Abbeydale Road, Sheffield, S7 2BE
Fancy a burger and wings takeaway for a night in, when you’re having a binge of your fav boxset? It’s a classic!
And it can’t get any better than Saucy, Sheffield’s famous vegan takeaway. Think crispy, chicken-style burger, with fire-house rub, Saucy’s buffalo hot sauce and Saucy’s mayo. Well, you won’t be surprised they know a thing or two about sauces, right? Add some crunch with fresh lettuce and toms, and a mouth-watering pickle.
If you really want to treat yourself – and let’s be honest, you totally do – their Cheeseburger Mac’n’Cheese will do the job – all vegan and oozing with cheesy goodness, of course.
You can order Saucy online here.
2. Icarus and Appollo
Unit 4 The Yard, Bardwell Road, Sheffield, S3 8AS
High-quality, internationally-inspired food, delicious local ingredients – and best of all, available for home delivery – it’s like a win-win-win situation.
Icarus and Appollo’s food sounds like an absolute treat, especially if you’re fantasizing about warm beaches and holidays while catching up on your deadlines (we’ve all been there).
Opt for a dreamy-sounding dish such as the Autumn Sunset Salad which features tons of good stuff like cherry toms, pickled carrot, gently roasted butternut squash, crunchy pumpkin seeds for added texture, and the light sweetness of fresh fig. Now imagine all of that, drizzled with their signature sweet homemade balsamic vinaigrette and accompanied by warm pitta. With its warm colours and rich taste, this is the perfect vegan takeaway for a rainy afternoon.
Feeling a bit experimental? The Bondi Beach Burrito will make you think of sunny summer days and Mexican beaches. Not just filled but LOADED with pico de gallo, rice, lime, black bean, corn, fresh salad, salsa and cheese. Get in the belly!
And if you fancy a vegan takeout night with your flatmates, there is the Epic Lockdown Feast, including tempting treats such as Mexican Waffadillas with a trio of dips, West African Peanut Curry with basmati rice and roti, Autumn Salad and a scrumptious chocolate brownie. At a price of £24.00 for up to 3 people, it’s deffo a bargain!
Order online at JustEat, with £10 being the minimum order.
3. The Porter Pizza Company
410 Sharrow Vale Road, Sheffield, S118ZP
Pizza is a classic takeaway, you just can’t go wrong with it! And vegan pizza takeaway, delivered straight to your Sheffield accommodation? That’s the kind of life we’re talking about!
With a sweet meal deal, costing only £10 for a high-end Italian pizza and a tub of vegan ice cream, we really can’t think of any reason not to treat yourself this weekend.
Choose between Margherita and roasted artichoke hearts, Margherita and portobello mushrooms, Margherita and caramelised onions pizza and finish with a tangy and refreshing Sicilian lemon sorbet or indulgent peanut butter cup vegan ice cream.
Find them on Deliveroo where 83% of their customers rated them as great value, so they must be doing something right!
4. Church – Temple of Fun
4a Rutland Way, Sheffield, England, S3 8DG
Church on Sunday takes an entirely different meaning when you take a look at this fully vegan-based restaurant in Sheffield, and praise the heavens, they also offer takeaway!
Prepare for a sinfully good experience, including burgers, loaded fries, sides and desserts. Personally, we recommend the Syko – B12 burger served in a charcoal black bun, topped with their house smoky Syko bourbon sauce, jumbo crispy onion ring, cheddar, mayo and salad. All vegan of course!
And if you really want to have a revelation, make sure to order a side of the Chocolate chilli cheese fries – with a pile of rich black bean chilli, and a cheeky hit of chocolate. The fries are delightfully crispy and the salsa, guac, sour cream and cheese are a welcome nod to the classics.
If you’re not a believer until you see it with your own eyes, then go on and take a look at their menu. Whilst they don’t do traditional delivery, if you visit during their opening hours you can order your food in a takeaway box – perfect for a picnic or if you just fancy eating at your cosy student accommodation.
238 Shalesmoor, Road, Sheffield S3 8UH
Dishi are a more high-end option for vegan takeaway in Sheffield, which you might choose, if you have a reason to celebrate.
They are an Asian-inspired restaurant, creating a fine-dining, plant-based experience, with a frequently changing menu. Dishi love sustainability and focus on selecting seasonal vegetables from local markets.
During the current pandemic, when Sheffield is in Tier 2 or lower, Dishi operates as a supper club on Saturday evenings only. The intimate space only allows for 6 tables and you have to book in advance.
Though menus vary, you can expect imaginative and flavorful dishes, such as pumpkin massaman curry, mushroom gochujang ragu, and black sesame rice. They’ll also deliver in stainless steel containers, which will be collected on your next delivery – going the extra mile to care for the environment.
Orchard Square Shopping Centre, 45 Leopold St, Sheffield, England, S1 2GY
For a light and delicious vegan takeaway treat in Sheffield, look no further than Humpit.
Warm-up your soul with soft pittas, filled with falafel and houmous. Their Meal Deal for 1 is perfect for students, and you get plenty for your money, including a toasty pitta pocket, crispy fries and a can of pop.
If you’d rather share with the flat, they also have bigger Meal Deal options including plenty of falafel and houmous pots with tahini and Amba sauce. If you fancy a little extra on the side, we recommend roasted cauliflower with tahini sauce or falafel with amba and tahini sauce.
For dessert, there is an option for sweet chickpeas and dark chocolate – healthy AND indulgent.
It’s easy to order on Deliveroo, but keep in mind it’s only open during the day, until 14:30.
7. Make No Bones
10 Hicks Street, Sheffield, England, S3 8BL
One of the established names on the vegan burger restaurant scene in Sheffield is Make No Bones, which first opened its doors in 2013. The menu offers plenty of choice, with mouth-watering features such as fiery chicken-style wings, over-the-top burgers, pesto fries, heart-warming stew, seitan ribs, and fried pickles. On the bar you’ll find all vegan beer, wine, and cocktails.
We tried the fried pickles with blue cheese dip, and the seitan ribs in smokey chipotle BBQ with cooling ranch dip – what an absolute treat!
And for the ultimate indulgence, check out the Dutch fries – sprinkled with sweet paprika and topped with peanut butter mayo and spring onion. It sounds unusual, but you won’t regret giving it a chance.
For the lovers of a classic flavour, the Philly cheese sandwich is the way to go. Thick homemade vegan beef-style slices, plenty of caramelised green pepper and red onion, all smothered in a creamy vegan cheese sauce and housed in a toasted roll.
Order for takeaway on select dates and times only – Wednesday to Friday between 4pm and 9pm and Saturday and Sunday between 12pm – 9pm. Delivery and collection are available, but keep in mind they only take card payments. Order for delivery via City Grab or phone them on 07729 144 415 for collection.
8. Sunshine Deli
989 Penistone Rd, Hillsborough, Sheffield, England, S6 2DH
The Sunshine Deli is a great place to visit at any time, to get your fix of vegan necessities. From savoury treats like fried ‘chicken’ burgers, kebabs and pizza to full breakfast, and battered ‘fish’ & chips.
Currently, you can order vegan products such as a two-pack of the twice beer-battered Banana Blossom Fish or vegan tandoori scotch eggs – perfect to include in your daily menu.
If you really cba with going out shopping and cooking, the Sunshine Deli delivers a mighty Vegan Food Hamper or the extra convenient Vegan Weekly Ready Meals Hamper.
Best of all, they offer free delivery on all orders in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
9. Blue Moon Cafe
2 St James St, Sheffield, England, S1 2EW
A pioneer on the Sheffield vegetarian and vegan restaurant scene, the Blue Moon serves homely favourites such as pasties, stew and rice, salads, vegan brownies and ice cream.
While they don’t offer traditional vegan takeaway service, they have ticketed Blue Moon at Home nights, when you can pre-order their set menu and have it delivered to your door. The last offer included some seriously mouth-watering deliciousness, such as smoky chipotle-marinated mushrooms, black beans with orange and bay, pineapple and jalapeño salsa and pico de gallo with toasted corn.
You can also still pop up to the cafe and get your takeaway hot choccy and flakey pastry if you’re craving a vegan treat.
503 Ecclesall Rd, Sharrow, Sheffield S11 8PR
If you’ve been eating vegan for a while, you know that vegan sushi is extremely hard to come by, or if you find some, it tends to be a bit on the bland side.
But that’s definitely not the case with Koko, which has a dedicated vegetarian and vegan sushi menu, offering choice, choice and more choice.
A few menu items that caught our eye are the Renkon Tempura starter – a refreshing combination of lotus root, asparagus, sweet potato, aubergine and broccoli.
A firm favourite is the sweet potato and pumpkin croquette served in a mild curry sauce, and, of course, the reason we are here – their fantastic selection of vegan sushi.
You absolutely should treat yourself to a desert as well – the yuzu ice cream mochi and banana tempura is an imaginative twist on some classic ingredients, a perfect example of Asian fusion cuisine.
During the lockdown you can still order Koko for delivery – every Saturday they will be preparing a limited number of ‘Koko at Home’ 50 piece sushi platters. Pre-orders up are taken up until Friday at 11pm via their booking system.
Perfect for a little boujee night with the flatmates, simply choose the number of platters you want in the ‘Party Size’ section, having in mind one person equals one 50 piece platter suitable for 2 people. Don’t forget to add a note, saying that you want vegan sushi, as they have a regular menu as well.
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