Looking for the best vegan restaurants in Lisbon? Look no further! Here are my favorite vegan restaurants in Lisbon. There is even a vegan buffet and a late-night vegan bar on my list.
Organi Chiado is my favorite vegan restaurant in Lisbon
Calçada Nova de São Francisco, 2 in Chiado
Open every day from noon – 10 pm
Official website: Restaurante Vegan Lisboa – Comida Vegan – Organi Chiado
You can choose to dine indoors or on the patio at this busy vegan restaurant in Lisbon. Inside, the vibe is relaxing, with light blue walls and Jack Johnson and Bob Marley playing lightly in the background.
The last time I ate at Organi Chiado, I had a beautiful salad that included blueberries and pomegranite seeds. For the main dish, I had a vegan scramble with homemade pasta and vegan sausages. With a bottle of water, I paid 12€.
Orteá is one of the best vegan restaurants in Lisbon
Rua Dom Luís I, 19 – a few blocks west of the Time Out Market
Open Monday – Friday from noon – 11 pm, weekends 11 am – 11 pm
Formerly O Botanista, Orteá Vegan Collective is known for gluten-free bread and pastries that are produced without refined sugar.
The last time I ate at Orteá, I had black rice risotto with tempeh made from ground chic peas, pico de gallo and banana chips. I paid 14€. I chose to drink water, but they also have a variety of lattes, juices, lemonade, smoothies, sangria, beer, and kombucha.
Orteá receives praise for their stuffed, gluten-free-pancakes, and their desserts.
After you eat, exit to the left, take a left, and then a right onto Avenida 24 de Julho and take a look at the giant fox made out of recycled materials by local artist Bordallo II.
This massive piece of art takes up the front of an abandoned building at number 26, Avenida 24 de Julho.
Jardim das Cerejas Vegan buffet in Lisbon
Calçada do Sacramento, 36, near the Convento do Carmo.
Closed on Sundays. Lunch is from noon – 3:30 pm, Dinner is from 7 pm – 11 pm.
Jardim das Cerejas (meaning Garden of Cherries in English) serves an affordable, all you can eat vegan buffet. The staples of the buffet are salads, soup, rice, dahls, and curries.
The fixed price for the vegan lunch buffet is 9.95€. The fixed price at this all you can eat vegan dinner buffet is 12.5€. A drink is included.
Kong Vegan food made with compassion in Lisbon
Rua do Crucifixo, 30 in the Baixa neighborhood Open Monday – Saturday from noon – 10 pm. Closed Sundays.
Official website: Purpose | Kong (kongvegan.com)
Kong does a great job of creating vegan versions of local favorites. For example, there is the octopus made from mushrooms, and a vegan Bitoque – seitan steak with fries and eggs.
For dessert, they have a Snickers cake with caramel and peanuts.
The Green Affair – Chiado
Rua Serpa Pinto, 15A, in the Chiado neighborhood. This chain also operates restaurants in the Parque das Nações and Saldanha neighborhoods.
Open noon – 11 pm every day
A lunch special is available every day from noon until 3 pm for 11.95€. For a starter, you can choose soup or gyosas. Entrees could be a burrito bowl, seitan ribs, or linguine al pesto. Water, lemonade, or homemade iced tea are included.
The last time I ate dinner at the Green Affair – Chiado, I had spring rolls with sweet chili and nori for an appetizer, and mushroom risotto with miso and bok choy.
The menu features cuisines from all over the world, and the portions at the Green Affair – Chiado are large. They have alcohol-free vegan wines, and a vegan cocktail menu as well. Cheesecake is a good choice for dessert.
Botanical Den – Vegan bar food in Lisbon
Rua da Atalaia, 153, Bairro Alto
Botanical Den is the best choice if you find yourself looking for vegan food late at night in Bairro Alto. The small, intimate space has a small menu of vegan bar food. They serve a Beyond Meat burger and a Beyond Meat hot dog as well as bruschettas, guacamole, and hummus..
They have excellent cocktails (non-alcoholic as well) and play 90s music. The bar is so small that you are likely to strike up a conversation with the other patrons.
Beco do Jasmim, 18, in the Mouraria neighborhood
Dinner only 6:30 pm – 11:30
This bohemian restaurant is tucked away in the old Mouraria neighborhood. They have a pleasant dining room, but you might as well sit outside on the steps in front of the restaurant for a more romantic experience under the stars.
You might find marinated artichoke hearts with vegan sausage and mashed potatoes (12€), or couscous risotto with fried okra, or vegan pho.
The menu changes every night. On other nights you might find tofu teriyaki, pumpkin soup with tempeh salad, or a polenta ragu.
Food Temple’s vegan cheese plate is great.
Sanskar Nepal a great restaurant with vegan options
Rua das Chagas 25, near the Elevador da Bica upper terminal
While it is not exclusively a vegan restaurant, this Himalayan restaurant does have some great vegan offerings on the menu. As an added bonus, there is a vegan market – Green Beans, a few doors down at Rua das Chagas, 31.
Sanskar Nepal offers vegan cheese naan (excellent), vegan “chicken” masala, vegetable malai kofta, tofu curry, grilled eggplant, potatoe and pea stew. and saag spinach and mushrooms.
The prices are excellent – 9€ for an entree, and they will send you on your way with a complimentary vegan mango lassi.
Sanskar Nepal has indoor and outdoor seating.
I also have a guide to Lisbon’s vegan restaurants that lists the restaurant closest to the tourist attraction you might be visiting. You can see that article at How to fit vegan restaurants into a day of site-seeing in Lisbon
I am not affiliated with any of the restaurants mentioned in this article. Thank you for reading about my favorite vegan restaurants in Lisbon – what I consider to be the best vegan restaurants in Lisbon.