35+ Vegan Takeaways in Sheffield (2021 Guide)

We’ve all been there: your friends are ordering a takeaway from your local, and the only vegan option is the salad on the side of a kebab…

Once upon a time, good vegan takeaway food was hard to come by. However, in 2021, there are more options than ever. 

Whether you’re after a Chinese, Indian, Sushi or just some fast food, there are so many vegan takeaways in Sheffield to choose from. 

The explosion of delivery services like Deliveroo, City Grab and Uber Eats means ordering food can take just seconds. And you can order directly from some takeaway restaurants too. 

The pandemic has meant we’re all eating more takeaways than ever. While your fave restaurants and bars are closed, there’s no better way to support local, independent businesses than by ordering their food to eat at home instead. 

Veganuary is the easiest time of year to try veganism. Not sure where to start? Below you’ll find a collection of 35+ vegan takeaways in Sheffield. 

Select a cuisine, browse the list and discover your new favourite vegan dish. 

*Please note that some of these restaurants may not be open due to COVID restrictions*

What do you fancy?


Italia Uno 

Website | 955 Ecclesall Rd, Banner Cross, Sheffield, England

Forget cardboard vegan pizzas from the supermarket – Italia Uno’s freshly made pizza bases come with vegan cheeses galore, including melted Sheese blue style cheese chunks. You could also opt for a mushroom risotto, arancini for starters, or even a vegan Nutella calzone!

The Porter Pizza Company

Website | 410 Sharrow Vale Road, Sheffield, S118ZP

Tired of stodgy ‘American’ pizzas, the team behind The Porter Pizza Company went on a mission to replicate continental pizzas they loved on holiday. The dough is left to slow prove overnight, then stretched to maintain its “air bubble structure”, and finally cooked in a wood fire oven. 

Proove Pizza

Website | 261 Fulwood Rd, Broomhill, Sheffield, England

Fancy something a little different to your regular margarita? Proove’s brand new vegan menu has lots of interesting pizzas to choose from. The La Contadina has a green pea base and is topped with sauteed cabbage, the La Greca comes with Proove’s homemade hummus, and you can even enjoy a white pizza with The Kale. 


Butlers Balti House

Website | 44-46 Broad Ln, Sheffield City Centre, Sheffield S1 4BT

Balti is a dish that originates from North West and Northern Punjab – and nowhere does it better in Sheffield than Butlers Balti House. You could try a Balti Mushroom, Balti Saag Aloo, or Balti Aloo Gobi. 


Website | Cutlery Works, 73-101 Neepsend Ln, Sheffield, England

MA-ba is part of Cutlery Works – the largest food hall in the North. Not sure which curry to choose? You could get ‘Veggie Thali Daily’, which comes with three curries, Jeera rice, pickle, mango pulp, a dip and poppadoms (Sundays only). 

Cafe Indus

Website | 272 London Rd, Sheffield, England

Cafe Indus has been around in Sheffield since 1984! They have a separate vegan menu with 13 main dishes, ranging from Baltis to Bhunas and Daals. 

Kashmiri Aroma

Website | 798 Chesterfield Rd, Sheffield, England

Kashmiri Aroma has five sites across the North of England, which is a testament to the popularity of their Indian dishes. At their vegan-friendly takeaway in Sheffield, meat eaters, vegetarians and vegans alike can enjoy an extensive menu, with plenty of tasty vegan options. 

Ajanta’s Vegetarian

This Indian restaurant may be closed for now, but they’ve reassured visitors that they’ll be back soon. It’ll be worth the wait, though: 93% of reviewers on TripAdvisor rated them ‘Excellent’. Ajanta’s Vegetarian has been praised for its affordable dishes and for having the “best dhal ever!”. 

Fast Food


Website | 705 Abbeydale Road, Sheffield, S7 2BE

With a name like that, you’d be silly not to try Saucy’s signature burger sauce with a BB Burger, made from a plant-based patty. You can also find vegan ‘chicken’ wings and pieces, as well as loaded mac n’ cheese. 

Church – Temple of Fun

Website | 4a Rutland Way, Sheffield, England, S3 8DG

Church has been on the Sheffield vegan scene for a while now – and there’s a good reason why. Sadly, we can’t visit the stained glass window-clad restaurant right now, but their food is just as delicious at home. The Gyromaniac – a spiced seitan kebab – is our top pick. 

Make No Bones

Website | 10 Hicks Street, Sheffield, England, S3 8BL 

Make No Bones are also the brains behind Saucy. They’re so good, we included them twice in this list! Their Philly Cheese main – made with beef-style slices, caramelised green pepper with red onion, and creamy vegan cheese sauce – is divine. 

Sunshine Deli

989 Penistone Rd, Hillsborough, Sheffield, England, S6 2DH

Sunshine Deli is famous for their ‘fried chicken’, but you can also opt for other fast-food favourites, like fish and chips. There are beer-battered banana, mushrooms, sausage and onion rings too.  Check out their Facebook page for more info. 


617 London Rd, Sheffield, England

Usually, Pour specialise in vegan pizzas, but you can also get a vegan Sunday roast delivered too. Perfect for Sunday afternoons when you can’t be bothered to cook. Check out their Facebook page for more info. 

Fat Hippo

Website | Castle House, Angel St, Sheffield City Centre, Sheffield S3 8LS

The ‘Bloody Harrelson’ is a contender for the best vegan burger in Sheffield. What’s more, there are meat options available too, so there’s something for everyone. Fat Hippo is a staple at Kommune – you can read my four-star Kommune review here. 


Wild Rice

Website | 199 London Rd, Highfield, Sheffield S2 4LJ

If you’re reading this article, you’re probably a tofu fan. Ditch the tofu press and order from Wild Rice instead. There are so many delicious tofu dishes to choose from, plus mock chicken/duck alternatives if that’s more to your tastes. 


Icarus and Appollo

Website | Unit 4 The Yard, Bardwell Road, Sheffield, S3 8AS

The team behind Icarus and Apollo take inspiration from all around the world. Their ingredients are as sustainable as possible and sourced locally. Take a flavour journey via dishes such as West African peanut curry, mango salsa and Mexican Waffadilla with a trio of dips. 

V or V

Website | Wharncliffe Works, Green Ln, Sheffield, England

The V or V menu changes with the seasons. However, whatever time of year, you’re guaranteed to get a delicious meal. Head chef Mr Danny Lynn experiments with international flavours hailing from Asia, Africa and the Middle East. Although the restaurant is currently closed, you can order seasonal hampers right to your front door. 

Blue Moon Cafe

Website | 2 St James St, Sheffield, England, S1 2EW

Every day, Blue Moon Cafe serves two vegan and one vegetarian dish. You’ll find a range of dishes on offer throughout the year, from British classics to Turkish roasted aubergine. They also collaborate with Girls Who Grind Coffee, which helps to support female coffee growers. 


Website | 238 Shalesmoor, Road, Sheffield S3 8UH

Dishidrop is the perfect way to eat Asian inspired vegan dishes at home. Their menu spans countries including Korea, Japan, India and more. Vegan or not, Dishi is one of my favourite restaurants in Sheffield. Read my four star Dishi review here



Website | Orchard Square Shopping Centre, 45 Leopold St, Sheffield, England, S1 2GY

With humble beginnings in Leeds in 2014, Humpit now boasts sites in Edinburgh, Manchester, Sheffield and more. At their vegan takeaway in Sheffield, why not try a sharing mezze for two, which includes hummus, falafel balls and deliciously warm pitta bread?

Just Falafs

87 Chesterfield Rd, Sheffield, England

Just Falafs don’t just do falafel: you’ll also find seitan strips in Schwarma spice, Shakshuka with tofu and Schnitzel with ‘chicken’ pieces. 

Fanoush Salad Bar 

103 London Rd, Sheffield, England

Fanoush Salad Bar’s falafel wraps come in 6” and 10” sizes, and you can also find salad boxes filled with falafel goodness. You can order directly from Deliveroo and Just Eat. 



Website | 67 Division St, Sheffield, England

If you’re feeling chilly on a cold winter night, there’s nothing better than a reyt nice pie to warm you up. Pieminster has plenty of vegan pies available for home delivery. One in particular is filled with mushroom, quinoa, tomato, onion, red wine and has the best pie name ever: Kevin. 

Middle Eastern

South Street Kitchen

Website | 19-20 South St, Park Hill, Sheffield, England

Located in the iconic Park Hill, South Street Kitchen takes inspiration from Middle Eastern flavours. You can order a mezze for two for £40, which includes mezze dishes and a dessert to heat at home. 


Amigos Mexican Kitchen

Website | 224-230 London Rd, Sheffield, England

Amigos have a dedicated vegan menu just for takeaway food. Why not try the avocado and cactus salad, or some vegan nachos topped with bean chilli?

Taco Mex

Website | 84 London Rd, Sheffield, England

As a vegan, you won’t miss out on Taco Mex’s amazing Mexican food. There’s a vegan speciality menu, which includes Chimichanga, nachos and a ‘pulled beef’ vegan burrito – which comes in three sizes depending on your appetite. 


Website | Castle House, Angel St, Sheffield City Centre, Sheffield S3 8LS 

Another entry from Kommune, Torito has a Napoles Burrito that comes with mexican rice, black beans, Pico De Gallo, cactus, sour cream, pickles and Torito’s own chilli sauce. The vegan selection at Torito isn’t huge, but the Napoles Burrito alone is worth it. 


La Mama

Website | 238 Abbeydale Rd, Sheffield, England

If you’re eating as a group, tapas is perfect if you want to try a sample of lots of different vegan dishes. The tapas dishes at La Mama are pre-cooked and then, by ordering them online, you can reheat them in the comfort of your own home. 



Website | 6 Leopold Square, Sheffield, England

A warm vietnamese noodle soup is perfect for a cold, wintry night. Pho has a *huge* selection of vegan dishes available, including hot and spicy tofu and mushroom noodle soup, ‘chicken’ wok fried noodles, and starters like vietnamese pancakes. 



Website | 214 Crookes, Sheffield, England

DANA is open for takeaway orders in lockdown. This vegetarian cafe has plenty of vegan options. Their vegetarian breakfast (which is available with tofu instead of egg), is a firm Sheffield favourite!

Gaard Coffee Hide

20-22 Burton Rd, Sheffield, England

Miss the taste of milkshakes? Well, at Gaar Coffee Hide, you can get vegan ‘Nice Cream Shakes’ to order via Deliveroo. There are also sandwiches, wraps, croissants and cakes to choose from. 

Pom Kitchen

Website | 388 Sharrow Vale Rd, Sheffield, England

Everything on the menu at Pom Kitchen is vegan, from their Hot Bacon Butty, to their granola pots and banana bread. Or go for a ‘Pom Dog’ – a vegan hot dog, with options including the ‘Brunch Dog’, which comes with smashed avo, baked beans, mushrooms and crispy onions. 

Aesthete Coffee + Kitchen

Website | South Rd, Sheffield, England

Vegan options abound at Aesthete. Why not try a Hellenic Toastie, which comes with crumbled feta, fig chutney, caramelised walnut, served with side salad? Or espresso martini pancakes?


Website | Sidney St, Sheffield, England

By now, Birdhouse is a Sheffield staple. Even better, in 2021 they’re now offering takeaway options! You can get afternoon teas, treat boxes and pancake kits to make at home. Visit their *brand new* website above to find out more.



Website | 503 Ecclesall Rd, Sharrow, Sheffield S11 8PR

Ditch your dry supermarket sushi and get delivery from Koko instead. They have a separate vegetarian and vegan menu, which comes with starters, mains and deserts. You can even get a sharing platter (even if it’s just for you!), which has 20 sushi pieces included. 


Website | 27 Campo Lane, Sheffield, England

Sakushi has won multiple awards and has some of the best sushi going in Sheffield. You can also avoid the huge waiting times at Wagamamas and opt for their pumpkin croquette katsu curry instead (it tastes much better too!). 


Hopefully, you’ve found some tasty vegan food to try on this list. Have I missed a vegan takeaway in Sheffield that you think needs to be included? Or are you a local business that wants to be featured? Email me at liamtaft@gmail.com to send in your suggestions. 

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