Vegan-friendly Places

Use the interactive map below to easily find popular Vegan-friendly restaurants and loads more in and around Exeter, Devon, UK. You can also select the category to search in.

To zoom in and out of the map, please use the + and – buttons and click & drag the image to move around.

Notes to the map

Restaurants/cafes

For a more comprehensive guide to vegan-friendly eateries in Exeter and beyond, see the EFFA Vegan Guide to Eating Out in Exeter and Devon 

Exeter also has all the usual coffee house chains, i.e. Costa, Caffè Nero and Starbucks, plus a Pret A Manger, which serve soya and other dairy milk alternatives plus a few vegan food options (mainly Pret, but the range is increasing all the time, so if you hear of any more please let us know! )

Catering

Fairfoods
Fairfoods from mid-Devon provides delicious vegan food for all occasions. See website or call for more info.
Tel: 01884 34974
www.fairfoods.org.uk

Naturally Bread
Exeter-based stall with traditionally baked breads, pastries and cakes, many of which are vegan
www.naturallybread.com

Hat’s Cakes
Based in Exmouth, specialising in vegan cakes.
www.facebook.com/hatscakes

 

Cruelty-free cosmetics

Many own-brand products available at chain stores such as Sainsbury, Superdrug, Co-op and Marks & Spencer (Autograph range) also carry the leaping bunny logo and many are labelled vegan or vegetarian (see their websites for details).

 

Hairdressers

Paul Mitchell Salons
Not all products are vegan, but many of them are. The company are firmly against animal testing and do not operate in Chinese markets (where animal testing is compulsory). There is a list of all their salons across Devon on their website (note that some Paul Mitchell approved salons also use other products).