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Vegetarian and vegan food options at Stanford

Here are some of the vegetarian and vegan food options that can be found on campus:

Alway Cafe:

Vegan: Spring Roll-Tofu, Vegetarian Roll (Sushi), Teriyake Veggie Rice Bowl, Ministrone Soup, Salads

Vegetarian/Not Vegan: Caprese Sandwich, Pasta dishes, Vegetarian hot Panini

Axe and Palm:

Vegan: Veggie Sandwich, Veggie Burger (unconfirmed – ask for no cheese), Vegetarian Chili (ask for no cheese)
Toast, Onion Rings, French Fries

Vegetarian/Not Vegan: Toast

Bytes Cafe:

Vegan: Many salads which can be made vegan by asking for no cheese

Vegetarian/Not Vegan: Most soups, several salads, Boca Burger panini, pastas, spinach & potato fritatta, quesadillas, pizza

Jamba Juice:

Vegan: All-fruit Smoothies, Apple Cinnamon Pretzel

Vegetarian/Not Vegan: Everything else

Late Night (Lagunita Roble):

Vegan: Veggie Sub, Veggie Wrap, Veggie Sandwich, Grilled Vegetables Wrap, Fruit Bowl, Fresh Fruit, French Fries, Onion Rings, Garlic Fries

Vegetarian/Not Vegan: Pizza

Moonbeam’s Coffee:

Vegan: Curry potato wrap, Red beans and rice wrap, Potato lentil wrap, Thai wrap, Hummus wrap, Apples/bananas, juice, coffee, soymilk

Vegetarian/Not Vegan: Breakfast burrito, Veggie samosa, Spinach empanada , etc.

Olives:

Vegan: Falafel Plate (w/ hummus, tahini, pita and salad)

Vegetarian/Not Vegan: Pizzetta, Little Venice Vegetarian Sandwich, “Across the Med” Salad, Breakfast items

Stanford Bookstore Cafe:

Vegan: Indo Wrap

Vegetarian/Not Vegan: Vegetarian Sandwich, Vegetarian Soup, Brown Rice Burrito, Spinach and Feta Calzone

Treehouse:

Vegan: Rice and Beans, Guacamole, Starvin’ Student Burrito, Veggie Taco, The Vegetarian Plate, Shitake Mushroom & Tofu Terriyaki Bowl, House Garden Salad, Vegetarian Tostada (ask for no cheese)

Vegetarian/Not Vegan: The Veggie Farm Burrito, Vegetarian Enchiladas, etc., Original Garden Burger

In addition, the Stanford Krishna Society hosts a weekly vegan cooking workshop, Tuesdays at 6:30 PM in the Bechtel Center. See the Stanford Krishna Society website for more information.

Please write a comment or an email if you have any additions or corrections!

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4 Comments »

  1. You missed the Nexus eating place in Clark Center.

    Comment by Vaibhav Tripathi | March 23, 2009 | Reply

    • Can you tell me what they have that’s vegetarian/vegan? Thanks.

      Comment by complexzeta | March 23, 2009 | Reply

      • actually their menu change a lot. But at each counter you have a choice of either vegetarian or non-vegetarian. The generic vegetarian items include: Vegetarian Burrito, Veggie pasta, veggie burger and some salads. I guess you can make the burrito vegan by asking no cheese etc.

        Comment by Vaibhav Tripathi | March 26, 2009

  2. This list is a bit outdated. A few of the best places on campus to get great vegan and vegetarian food are Ike’s Place, Munger Market, The Coho, Rays, Treehouse, and Stanford Dining Facilities such as Stern (conveniently located behind Meyer Library)

    Comment by Daniel Elstein | June 7, 2011 | Reply


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