Edmonton – Canada’s Vegan Capital!

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Plant-based eating has never been so easy or tasty! Edmonton is home to many top vegan and vegetarian restaurants that are breaking food boundaries and wowing customers.

The Moth Cafe is a home-town favourite, a little bit of magic in the midst of the Quarters. Here you’ll find nutritious, medicinal and flavourful plant-based food and drinks. Located on the corner of 95 Street and Jasper Avenue, The Moth Cafe has a bright, inviting decor that draws you in. There is something for everyone on the menu here which ranges
from all-day breakfast to street food to burgers.

The Moth Cafe
The Moth Café

If you have a hankering for pizza, head for DIE PIE, Alberta’s first, plant-based pizzeria in downtown Edmonton. With fresh ingredients and a passion for delicious foods, DIE PIE is revolutionizing the art of Neopolitan-style pizza, one pie at a time. By fusing together ethnic styles of cooking such as East-Indian and Asian, incorporating super-foods that nourish the body, DIE PIE is set to be a dining experience like no other.


Edmonton is home to Matthew Kenney’s first Canadian restaurant, Kanu Café, which opened in 2018 with developer Sherry Schleussel. Kenney is a leader in the plant-based movement with 13 cookbooks published and 17 restaurants worldwide. Appetizers and entrees include a wide range of raw and cooked plant-based dishes, cold pressed juices and smoothies, all made to Kenney’s exacting requirements.

Kanu Cafe
Kanu Cafe

If you don’t have a much time, stop by Kb&co, located on Edmonton’s uber-local 104 Street. This fast-casual plant-based café offers casual conscious food you can feel good about. All dishes use organic, local ingredients where possible and its plant-based menu is meat, dairy, soy and egg free.


For a unique flavour sensation, drop into Narayanni’s where you’ll experience a unique South African/Indian cuisine featuring delicate, flavourful and healthy dishes. Don’t miss Vegan Night each month in addition to a large vegan selection on the regular buffet menu. You’ll find them in the historic neighbourhood of Old Strathcona.

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