Ordering a satisfying lunch for an office with vegan colleagues can be a challenge. But in Seattle? The living’s easy. With Puget Sound and beautiful farmland on either side of the city, Seattle produces some of the best fruits and veggies in the country. That makes for a city full of especially delicious vegan delivery options. So throw out your ideas about bland tofu and generic “rabbit food.” The best vegan food in Seattle is creative, flavorful, and delivered straight to your door.
1. Cafe Turko (N. 34th Street, Seattle)
Cafe Turko serves up bountiful lunch buffets of Turkish and Mediterranean fare with plenty of meat- and dairy-free sides. Think couscous and artichoke and fava bean salad, for starters. Their beet hummus wraps are filled with greens and herbs and wrapped in tender lavash. Vegan delivery in Seattle has never looked so good.
2. Sweetgrass Food Co. (7th Avenue, Seattle)
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With innovative grain and salad bowls galore, it’s no wonder this plant-friendly cafe is such a popular pick for vegan delivery in Seattle. Opt for the classic “Buddha Bowl,” with coconut brown rice, brussels sprouts, and shredded carrots. Or spice things up with a “Habanero Fresh Seasonal Grains Bowl.” Either way, these packages easily serve 12.
3. Taste of India (Roosevelt Way NE, Seattle)
Curries are often simmered with cream and butter, making it a difficult dish for vegans to enjoy. But Taste of India offers vegan-friendly meals, like tofu okra masala, so meat- and dairy-free dieters can join in the fun. Their aloo mutter mushroom is some of the very best vegan food in Seattle, too. At long last, a ginger onion curry sauce we can write home about!
4. HeartBeet Organic Superfoods Cafe (NE 65th Street, Seattle)
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With a name like HeartBeet Organic Superfoods Cafe, it would be a crime if this local favorite didn’t wind up on our list of vegan delivery joints in Seattle. Their popular “Thrivalicious” is a vegan grain bowl with red quinoa, zucchini, carrots, guacamole, and onion-cashew cream. Order for a working lunch to overfeed your favorite meat-free colleagues.
5. TCBY Frozen Yogurt (SE Everett Mall Way, Everett)
Sometimes you just need a frozen treat. And sometimes, that frozen treat needs to be vegan. If you’re throwing an office celebration and on the lookout for vegan delivery in Seattle, TCBY has got you covered. Their “Psychedelic” hard scoop sorbet is guaranteed to hit your sweet spot.
6. The Greek Kitchen (NE Northgate Way, Seattle)
The Greek Kitchen can make their vegetarian-friendly dishes vegan if you give them a call. Your colleagues can chow down on falafel with the rest of the crew, nosh on a hummus sandwich, or get wild with a fried cauliflower pita. It’s the best vegan food in Seattle by request.
7. Cupcake Royale (NW Market Street, Seattle)
Celebrating an office birthday? Let your dairy-free colleagues join in the fun with Cupcake Royale’s vegan chocolate cupcakes, which are sprinkled with cacao nibs. To find the best vegan delivery in Seattle, sometimes you have to skip dinner and go straight to dessert.
8. Copper Pot (Main Street, Edmonds)
At Copper Pot, you’ll find a little something for all the appetites in your office, from meat-eaters to vegan diets alike. Their saag aloo, spinach and potatoes simmered in a light curry, and aloo matar, peas and potatoes cooked with lots of ginger, are both vegan-friendly dishes. The next time you need vegan Indian delivery in Seattle, give Copper Pot a call.
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