Beverly Hills is home to several Hollywood elites and is celebrated as one of the most glamorous and famous cities globally. But this city’s glamour doesn’t just end there! There’s a multitude of luxury stores, iconic hotels, captivating parks, historical monuments and even fantastic gastronomic restaurants, all of which makes Beverly Hills a popular luxury, fashion and entertainment hub.

Veganism has garnered a level of momentum that is beyond compare to any other culinary movement in the last decade, and luckily this city in California’s Los Angeles County has caught on quickly and caters wonderfully to vegans.

With plenty of solely vegan restaurants in and around Beverly Hills, it’s hard to decide which one to pick. And that’s why this list of exclusively vegan restaurants in Beverly Hills will help you find the place most suited to your taste.

So whether you’re looking for a casual restaurant with excellent vegan food, or a fine dining experience for that romantic dinner or celebratory meal, we’ve got you covered with these outstanding choices.

So let’s get started!

Five Exceptional Vegetarian Restaurants in Beverly Hills: Food Worth Waiting For!

1. Chaumont Vegan

Vegan cafe with French charm and an early opening time.

What better way to start the day than with some of the exquisite pastries in a French style boulangerie? Well, we’ve found the ideal place for you with Chaumont Vegan – a new addition to Beverly Hill’s restaurant scene. We just had to include it on our list of vegan restaurants in Beverly Hills for their vegan savory and sweet pastries inspired by France and North America.

Located just a few minutes walk from Rodeo Dr, you might be confused at first as right next to Chaumont Vegan, you’ll find another non-vegan place run by the same owner called ‘Chaumont’. Just look out for the one mentioning ‘vegan’ in their sign.

Once there, you can grab a seat inside or check out their cozy outdoor patio where you can people-watch, all whilst enjoying some delicious baked goods, organic coffee or their excellent lunch options.

Some of their popular pastries include their Almond Croissants, Cinnamon Rolls, Plain Croissants and even the indulgent Chocolate Cookie which is topped with vegan marshmallows. However, if you’re more adventurous with flavors and tastes, then you’ll be glad to hear that this cafe is always experimenting with new concoctions! And some of the more unique but tasty baked goods they’ve created include their Za’atar Rolls, Blackberry Rose Water Cream Danish and the Charcoal Raspberry Croissant.

As for the organic coffee we mentioned, two worth trying include their full-bodied Drip coffee, ‘Organic Bleu,’ with hints of chocolate, or even the Espresso ‘Organic Rouge’ for a more sweet, fruity and nutty taste.

Chaumont Vegan is open from Thursday to Saturday from 6:30am to 3pm and on Sunday from 7:30am to 3pm, but is closed on Monday to Wednesday.

Address: 145 S Beverly Dr, Beverly Hills, CA 90212

2. Bodhi Kosher Thai

Kosher Pan-Asian restaurant with anextensive menu.

Whether you’re living here or just visiting Beverly Hills, it’s sometimes hard to find delicious kosher vegan options when dining out. Well, that’s why we’ve included this casual restaurant which offers excellent Pan-Asian fare and also specializes in kosher meals.

Bodhi Thai is an unpretentious restaurant with a relaxed atmosphere and a bright and airy dining space thanks to the large windows. It’s a modern place with an industrial chic feel.

When it comes to the menu, you’ll find a large array of vegan food, ranging from soups, salads, curries, noodles to rice dishes, as well as their specials. It’s worth noting that all of the options that include ‘beef’ are actually plant-based soy beef.

Some of the popular dishes here are their Massaman Curry prepared with a creamy coconut milk base stirred with carrots, potatoes, white onions and roasted peanuts and the Pho Noodles Soup topped with bok choy, carrots, mushrooms, onions, fresh bean sprout and Thai basil.

But why not give their Bodhi Signature menu a try? The dishes on this menu are what they’re locally famous for. We highly recommend the Paradise ‘Beef’ which is on that menu, it consists of marinated soy ‘beef’ served with baby bokchoy, broccoli and carrots sprinkle fried garlic and cilantro. The Pumpkin Eggplant Lover which is prepared with diced pumpkin, tofu, eggplant, bell peppers and fresh basil leaves is also a popular choice.

A few customers have said in the past that some dishes here can be quite oily like the Pad Thai, but you can always request for less oil in yours.

This vegan restaurant in Beverly Hills is open from Monday to Thursday and Sunday from 11am to 10pm and on Friday from 11am to 5pm, but is closed on Saturdays.

Address: 9198 W Olympic Blvd #3540, Beverly Hills, CA 90212

3. Thai Vegan

Whether you’re looking for a laidback dining experience, a quick grab-and-go meal or just want to refuel after a long day of adventures, Thai Vegan is the ideal stop for excellent food. The authentic Thai cuisine you’ll get here and photogenic presentation of each dish make Thai Vegan a must-visit!

This place had to be on our list of vegan restaurants in Beverly Hills for the laidback atmosphere and tasty authentic Thai vegan fare they dish out. We think you’ll also be impressed by the friendliness of the staff who are always happy to help with any suggestions or dietary requirements.

Some dishes worth trying are the mouth-watering Vegan Teriyaki Chicken prepared with soy chicken, broccoli, steam broccoli, carrot and sesame seed, and the Pineapple Fried Rice which consists of jasmine rice, pineapple, green onion, celery, curry powder, raisin and tomato.

Thai Vegan is open from Monday to Friday from 11:30am to 8:30pm and on weekends from 4:30pm to 8:30pm.

Address: 9907 1/2 S Santa Monica Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA 90212

4. Nic’s On Beverly

Fun and lively vegan place with stunning outdoor patio and happy hour.

We think Nic’s On Beverly is one of the most fun, lively, creative and unique restaurants and cocktail spots around. Why? Because it offers ⁣⁣⁣excellent New American plant-based food, as well as an enticing Cocktail Brunch!

This vegan restaurant is just outside of Beverly Hills, only a short walk from the Museum of Dream Space, and the Beverly Connection shopping mall. But we had to include it on our list of vegan restaurants in Beverly Hills for the stunningly lush outdoor patio and delicious exclusively vegan food.

The interior with its rustic-chic charm and warm lighting is really nice too, and has a buzzing atmosphere with bar stools and high tables which are perfect for catching up with friends over cocktails.

But the standout part of this restaurant has to be the outdoor patio which features a lovely area with loads of lush greenery. Sitting outside under the trees and lights is a great way to wind down at the end of the day and even as the sun sets, there’s no need to rush indoors as they have outdoor heaters to keep you warm!

As for the food, they serve lunch from Wednesday to Friday from 1pm to 3pm and dinner everyday from 5pm to 10pm. Some of their popular dishes include the Bianco Pizza topped with melted leeks, roasted mushrooms, chives and black truffle vinaigrette, and also their mouth-watering Truffle Burger with caramelized onions, serrano aioli and truffle cheese fondue.

Fancy some brunch with your friends over the weekend? Well, you’re in for a treat as Nic’s On Beverly also does brunch on weekends from 10am to 3pm. Two brunch dishes worth trying are the signature Nic’s Burger which consists of American cheese, lettuce, tomato, onion, chef’s sauce and a side of house-cut fries or try The Waffler Sandwich which is prepared with vegan ‘egg’, American cheese, tempeh ‘bacon’, jalapeño aioli and breakfast potatoes.

Well, how about a happy hour? Nic’s On Beverly has a happy hour on weekdays from 3pm to 6pm where you can enjoy a nice selection of food perfect for sharing, such as nachos and tacos all at a very affordable price. They also have an appealing choice of cocktails, wine by the glass and beer to choose from.

The prices can be on the higher side here due to the excellent quality and service – but that’s even more reason to visit at happy hour!

As for parking, there’s a private parking lot located behind the restaurant and it’s $10 self-parking (you pay cash to the attendant there).

Nic’s On Beverly is open on Monday and Tuesday from 3pm to 11pm, Wednesday to Friday from 12pm to 11pm and on weekends for brunch from 10am to 3pm and dinner from 5pm to 11pm. We recommend making a reservation as this place tends to get booked up quickly.

Address: 8265 Beverly Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90048

5. Real Food Daily

Organic and wholesome vegan fine dining.

There’s no such thing as too many vegan choices and at Real Food Daily you’ll get to dig into fresh, organic, creative dishes from their extensive menu. Although located just a little outside of the city, Real Food Daily had to be included on our list of vegan restaurants in Beverly Hills for those fantastic organic vegan choices and relaxed ambience they’ve created.

Located close to Beverly Connection, this vegan restaurant has a very laidback ambience with the neutral tones indoors, as well as some floral mural paintings on some walls. If you’d like to have a look at the drinks on offer, we think that you’ll love their dimly-lit bar area with bar stools and a nice display of beverages. As for the outdoor patio, it features a bolder colour where you can also watch passers by whilst enjoying delicious fare.

The menu here incorporates cuisines from different parts of the world, and the creative touches added by the Chefs just make each dish even more appealing. Some dishes worth trying are the Breakfast Burrito packed with chipotle ‘sausage’, tempeh ‘bacon’, tofu scramble, hash browns, guacamole and cashew cheese, or try their Original RFD Burger topped with melted cashew cheese, caramelized onions, arugula, chipotle aioli and jalapeños.

However, if you like to be creative and choose your own ingredients, then we recommend their ‘Build Your Basic Bowl’. You get to choose your protein of choice, grains, beans & lentils, vegetables, other plant proteins and a sauce or dressing.

The staff at this vegan restaurant are very polite, kind, and knowledgeable too, so feel free to ask what they’d recommend. And they’ll also guide you in regards to your dietary requirements such as gluten-free, soy-free or nut-free.

Real Food Daily is open on Monday from 11am to 9pm, Tuesday to Friday from 11am to 10, Saturday from 10am to 10pm and on Sunday from 10am to 9pm.

Address: 414 N La Cienega Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90048