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● 19th January 2022 – Food

A record number of people took part in Veganuary last year and took the pledge to eat plant based for the month of January.

46% of participants said their main reason for taking part in Veganuary was for animals, whilst 43% said they did it for their health and the environment.

Whether you’re a full time vegan or giving meat a miss for a bit, we’ve compiled a list of the must-try vegan spots in Wolverhampton and the Black Country.

VGN Boulevard

Located in Stourbridge, VGN Boulevard serves up a wide range of stacked burgers, using beyond meat as well as indulgent sides such as their mac ‘n’ cheese and salt and pepper tater tots.

Set up in 2019, VGN Boulevard became the first fully vegan eatery in the Black Country and has proved a very welcome addition to the region.

Nelly’s Delhi

Based in Wolverhampton, Nelly’s Delhi serves up a wide range of vegetarian and vegan Indian Street food including vegan lamb curry and loaded samosas.

Located in The Marketplace, Cleveland Street, Nelly’s Delhi has a large menu and even sells pizza – although make sure to order yours with vegan cheese.


Never Meat Again

Located in Dudley, Never Meat Again is home to show stopping vegan burgers in between brightly coloured buns. They also have a wide range of sides to choose from so there’s something for everyone. Be sure to make a booking to avoid disappointment!

Leah’s Place

Leah’s Place in Wolverhampton is the perfect stop off for home cooked meals and tasty cakes and bakery items. With a regularly changing menu, each visit is sure to be filled with delicious surprises.

Popular mains include not jerk chik’n, rice and peas and salad as well as a selection of curries and various different cakes to choose from. Leah’s Place can be found on Byrne Road in Wolverhampton.

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