Meat eaters always get the best restaurants, right? Well usually yes, but in Liverpool this is far from the case.
The Scouse city is filled with plenty of places for veggies and vegans to dine, from pubs to cute cafes.
Here is a selection of our favourite vegetarian joints in the city.
1. Sanskruti Restaurant
What? Purley vegetarian and vegan Indian cuisine.
Where? Lombard Chambers, Bixteth Street, Liverpool L3 9LP.
How much? Affordable — A curry costs around £8.
2. Down The Hatch
What? Junk food and cocktails, perfect if you fancy something naughty but nice.
Where? 62 Duke Street, L1 5AA.
How much? Affordable — A main cots between £5 and £10.
3. Our Kitchen
What? Feel good food — salads, wraps and pasta.
Where? 84b Bold Street, L1 4HR.
How much? Mid-range — a plate of pasta costs between £8.50 and £9.95.
4. The Egg Cafe
What? Hearty eats — soups, salads and cakes.
Where? 16-18 Newington, L1 4ED.
How much? Affordable — a soup costs around £3.
5. Greendays Cafe
What? Dog friendly cafe serving coffee, hot food and sweet treats.
Where? 13A Lark Lane, L17 8UW.
How much? Very friendly on the purse strings — A main meal costs around £6.
6. Meeting House Cafe
What? A simple cafe serving a selection of vegetarian and vegan friendly breakfast and lunch, from flatbreads to jacket potatoes.
Where? The Quaker Meeting House, 22 School Lane, L1 3BT.
How much? Cheap and cheerful — A jacket potato costs £3.20.
7. The Old Hardware Shop
What? A cafe serving a wide range range of food including all day breakfast, sandwiches, hot dogs and delicious cakes.
Where? 8 Woolton Street, Woolton Village, L25 5JA.
How much? Happily affordable — A vegetarian full English costs £5.95.
8. White Wolf Yoga & Kitchen
What? A space to practice yoga moves and refuel with freshly cooked soups, salads, sandwiches and a different hot dish each day.
Where? 14 Cook Street, L2 9QU.
How much? Slightly pricier than average — A Sandwich costs between £4.50 and £6.
9. Ital Fresh
What? Caribbean food that is cooked using only natural ingredients from jerk wraps to plantain, they have it all.
Where? 61 New Bird Street, L1 0DA.
How much? Not too expensive — A wrap costs around £5 and their Funky Kingston Fries cost £4.
10. The Caledonia
What? A dog friendly pub with a kitchen serving vegan burgers, hotdogs, fries, chicken-style wings, breakfasts and deserts.
Where? 22 Caledonia Street, L7 7DX.
How much? Average — A burger and chips with coleslaw costs around £9.
11. Love Thy Neighbour
What? An eatery that claims its where Ibiza meets Amsterdam serving up mainly veggie and vegan dishes with a few options for your meat-eating friends. They have all corners covered with all day breakfasts, brunch, skewers, snacks and Buddah bowls for you to choose from.
Where? 108 Bold street, L1 4HY.
How much? Mid-range — A Buddah bowl costs £7.50, breakfast costs between £6.50 and £9.50 and snacks cost between £2.50 and £4.50.