Best vegetarian restaurants in Burnaby

From Simon Fraser University and down to the Fraser River, we’ve found fantastic places to grab some vegetarian food in Burnaby. Want romantic fine dining or a flavourful and satisfying Indian dish? Find it here! [Photo © Yellow Pages / Pages Jaunes]

Agra Tandoori Restaurant

1
110-3790 Canada Way, Burnaby, BC V5G 1G4

Agra Tandoori has a host of menu items for vegetarians and vegans. Simply reading the menu options online can make your mouth water. And, when you enter the restaurant and smell the spices that will be cooked into your eggplant or paneer dish, you’ll understand exactly why they’ve made this list.

Healthfare Restaurant

2
7366 Market Cross, Burnaby, BC V5J 0A2

Fed up with fast food, Mark Bakker started HealthFare in South Edmonton to give people a healthier choice. The Vancouver location serves fresh fruit smoothies, veggie sandwiches and so many salads, making it easy to choose the healthier option. Catering is available for large parties or group events.

The Pear Tree

3
4120 Hastings St, Burnaby, BC V5C 2J4

With vegetarian and vegan options abound, The Pear Tree is the perfect spot for a romantic date or night. They’ve won many awards and placed in top ten lists across Vancouver, so be sure to make a reservation if you’re heading over during peak hours.

Nando's

4
340-4820 Kingsway, Burnaby, BC V5H 4P1

While most famous for their chicken, Nando’s also has some awesome vegetarian options. Our recommendation: a portobello mushroom with halloumi cheese and chilli jam in a sandwich. You can also make your own combination using fresh veggies.

Paradise Vegetarian Noodle House

5
8681 10th Ave, Burnaby, BC V3N 2S9

Perfect for strict vegetarians and vegans, Paradise is one of the most popular vegetarian restaurants in the Lower Mainland. Reviewers from The Province, Vancouver Sun and The Record praise the imagination and skill put into the 50+ item menu.

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