3 Vegan-Friendly Restaurants in Arlington Heights, IL

If you’re planning a visit to Arlington Heights there are plenty of things to do and explore. You can immerse yourself in the culture by visiting museums and historic sites. Indulge in some retail therapy at unique boutiques.. Of course don’t forget to try out the vegan friendly restaurants owned by locals.

Let me share a recommendations for vegan dining options in and around Arlington Heights.

PASSERO is a restaurant located in the Arlington Town Square Condos that offers American cuisine with plenty of vegan choices. Their menu includes salads, with one standout being Lorettas salad. It features garbanzo beans, avocado, sweety drop peppers, carrots, scallions, bacon (vegan) gorgonzola (vegan) and crunchy spaghetti tossed in vinaigrette. Additionally they have vegan pasta dishes like Rigatoni Pomodoro made with Bianco di Napoli tomatoes, sweet garlic good parm (vegan) and Genovese basil. Don’t miss out on their handcrafted cocktails either! One of their creations is called “Sweet Emotions” which combines Corralejo tequila Blanco, blackberry, mint lime Zingabrew ginger beer and hibiscus salt.

Enjoy your visit, to Arlington Heights while savoring these vegan dining experiences!Bring your family or loved ones to Passero. You’ll experience a dining atmosphere along, with delectable food.

altThai can be found in Arlington Town Square Condos offering a range of Thai and Pan Asian menus that’re perfect for both lunch and dinner. They have options for vegans and vegetarians. One of their vegan dishes is the Pad Thai, which includes thin noodles, tofu, bean sprouts, onions, egg, cabbage, lime and crushed peanuts. For vegans who enjoy scallops the garlic scallops with mushrooms, garlic, black pepper, steamed asparagus, cucumbers and fresh spring mixes is a choice. If you’re a fan of cashews they have a worth trying that combines cashew nuts with carrots onions peapods pineapple bell peppers and jalapenos.. If you’re not feeling your best. Still want something delicious to eat there’s always their green curry featuring delightful basil leaves bamboo shoots bell peppers eggplants and kaffir lime leaves. With plenty of vegan options at prices altThai is an excellent choice whether you choose to dine in or have it delivered right, to your doorstep.

Shakou Arlington Heights can be found at 70 N Vail Ave.
This restaurant has a menu inspired by cuisine. Offers a wide range of vegan and gluten free choices. To start off they have a salad called Shakou Salad, which includes lettuce, greens, cucumber, tomato dried apricot, carrots and raisins. Its topped with tortilla strips. Dressed in their homemade ginger dressing. If you’re a fan of Maki rolls I highly recommend trying the Aac roll, with avocado, asparagus and cucumber.. Don’t forget to try their mushroom risotto as a side dish.

For those looking for vegan options in Arlington Heights there are great choices available. Many restaurants in the area have recognized the increasing demand for plant based diets. Have added vegan alternatives to their menus. Each eatery offers an atmosphere where you can enjoy a dinner or gather with your family for a simple meal. If you’re seeking vegan options, in Arlington Heights be sure to check out these recommended eateries.

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