Year after year, Veganuary (Vegan January) increases in popularity with more and more people choosing to cut the meat from their diet and eat solely plant-based foods to kick-start the year.

Whether you’re jumping on board the plant-based train, have been a passenger for a long time, or you’re just hopping on and off, you might be looking for some delicious plant-based goodies to enjoy whilst stuck at home in yet another lockdown. Whether you’re a committed vegan or you just fancy trying something new, here are 24 of the tastiest plant-based dishes you can enjoy in Birmingham – all available for delivery or collection.

Veganuary Boxes – Land x The Pineapple Club

The Katsu Burger – Plant + Pulse

Sesame & Chilli Tofu Bao – Tiger Bites Pig

Spicy Vegetarian Dumplings – Chung Ying Cantonese

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Lebanese Numbing Cauliflower Salad Box – Hookway’s

Harissa Roasted Cauliflower, hummus, coriander and pickles on a homemade vegan bagel – Saint Kitchen

Blood Orange Sorbet – LA-POP

DEEP FRIED PICKLED TOFU BURGER WITH LETTUCE, TOMATO, WHITE ONION, VEGAN SRIRACHA MAYO AND VEGAN CHEESE ON A VEGAN BUN – ORIGINAL PATTY MEN

Golden Tofu Avocado Poke – Yakinori

Jerk Bites and Mac & Cheese – Earth’s Kitchen

Daily Vegan Sandwiches – Caneat

Huli Huli Tofu Bowl – Kuula Poke

Quentin Quarantino Lentil Curry with crispy onion and naan bread – Pulp Vegan

Vegetable Biryani – Indico Street Kitchen

Vegan Shawarma Wrap – Vegan Munch

Vegan Cakes – The Early Bird Bakery

Buddha Bowl – Medicine Bakery + Gallery

Steamed Jhol Momo – Jojolapa Nepalese Bar and Kitchen

Falafel Wrap – Falafel Munch

Martabak (Frozen and ready to cook at home) – Ngopi

The following businesses are due to re-open very soon, offering vegan dishes for delivery/collection. Head to their social media pages to keep up to date with when they open.

Vegan Thai Curry – Buddha Belly (keep your eyes peeled for when they pop up at Digbeth Dining Club Click + Collect)

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Seasonal Vegan Pizzas – POLI

Mala Cauliflower – Eat Vietnam (due to re-open 21 January)

Bish Burger – BA-HA (at new venue Sobremesa opening soon in The Custard Factory)

For more plant-based inspiration, check out our Ultimate Guide To Vegan Food In Birmingham: 50 Dishes You Need To Eat Before You Die here.

And check out Birmingham’s Ultimate Vegan Foodie Guide here.

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