If you are in pursuit of a comprehensive list of Bermuda’s best vegan hotspots look no further. We have broken down our guide to cover everything you put in or on your body to fit any and all plant-based lifestyles.
Restaurants that adhere to a sustainable ethos with a range of plant-based options.
Devil’s Isle Café
A regular winner in the Best of Bermuda for salads, Devil’s Isle is known for taking lack-luster leaves and still-hungry-afterwards salads to a whole new level. Their unique bowls and famous kale Caesar are healthy, filling, and delicious. Dietary requirements are a breeze from this health-conscious establishment: vegan, vegetarian, keto, or paleo diet, there is a tasty and satisfying salad option for you.
19 Burnaby Street, Hamilton, 292-3284
Huckleberry is located at the historic Rosedon Hotel in Pembroke, recently taken over by Relais & Châteaux. Fresh produce and edible flowers are grown on-site, heralding the next generation of farm-to-table cooking. This dedication to healthy living extends to their wine list, including a substantial selection of organic, biodynamic, natural, and vegan wines.
61 Pitts Bay Road, 478-2256
Winner of the Best of Bermuda for veggie lovers three years in a row, vegetarian and vegan menus are just a hot, new trend for this restaurant. Seasoned patrons have long enjoyed their bowls and vegan appetizers. You are spoilt for choice with options, including the Avocado Flatbread, Wholesome Bowl, and Quinoa and Lentil Burger.
8 North Shore Road, Flatts Village, 478-2300
Nonna’s Kitchen attracts a passionate following of local foodies. It is an excellent option for when you’re not feeling up to facing a green salad. Countless gluten-free, vegan, and vegetarian dishes are available daily for breakfast and lunch, plus a selection of colorful hot lunch options. You can warm your body and soul with a hearty bowl of homemade soup, curry, or vegan lasagna.
4 Bermudiana Road 295.7687 / 705-4040
Green Lite Café
Looking for vegan food on a budget or on the go? Don’t want to drive into town? Green Lite Café is famous for its vegan ‘Fake ‘n’ Take’ steak sandwich. You can also find vegan mac and cheese, Chickpea loaf, and even a full vegan breakfast with scrambled tofu and veggie sausage. Look out for their Vegan lunch experiences that moonlight in Hamilton as an introduction to delicious plant-based eating.
15 Cricket Lane, Somerset. 234-1211
These vegan baked goods are a feel-good option that will impress the most skeptical family member.
The recent winner of the Best of Bermuda award for Cake Maker, Tuck Shop, is a fierce, new competitor in Bermuda’s bakery world. Founded in 2018 by Alicia Tucker, who, already famous for her chocolate cake, is gaining traction for a wide variety of sweet treats. Tuck Shop has become the go-to for special occasions. Tucker will happily cater for vegan and gluten-free cakes.
235 Middle Road, Southampton, 238-8825
Tucked away inside the ABC Natural Foods store, this café is the only all-vegetarian spot in Bermuda. It serves breakfast and lunch, including their homemade vegan burgers, and they are well known for their delicious smoothies. However, their yummy vegan desserts, brownies and cookies are the crowning jewels in Café Eden’s repertoire.
41 King St., Hamilton 292-4111
Wild Herbs and Plants Bermuda
Doreen Williams-James is known for her foraging tours, providing residents and visitors with the skills to spot wild edibles on the island. From her harvests, she creates unique products with Bermudian produce. Her creations include vegan and gluten-free Nasturtium Cookies, Aloe Brownies Balls, and Vegan Prickly Pear Cheesecake. You can also order natural Bermuda teas to complement your baked goodies.
1 Cove Valley Road, St George, 335-1958
Supplement your beauty regime with more sustainable options that ensure no animal cruelty or questionable ingredients in your skincare products.
Ase Naturals is a self-described “high-vibe vegan skincare and wellness brand.” They offer all-natural body oils, herbal teas, and herbal baths for those seeking holistic beauty products. This local retailer has been so successful that she is now offering worldwide shipping for online purchases. Her creations can also be found at Naked Zero and Urban Cottage.
Surishae + co
Surishae + co is a black owned business that creates cruelty-free hair products curly hair. Their natural ingredients keep it pure and simple, free of Phthalates, PEG’s, Dyes, Parabens, Silicones, and Sulfates. They also bring to the island products from plant-based, fair-trade, ethical companies. They have many vegan-friendly products such as Pure Argan Oil and their new Coco Rose + Hibiscus Curl Soufflé.
4 Hook N Ladder Road, Sandys, surishae.com
Salt + Cedar
With a focus on clean beauty products, this online store now has an in-person location on Front Street. Started by nutritionist Andrea Fubler in 2016, the company sources from family-owned or women-owned companies for its wide selection of products. She has recently expanded to carry a vast selection of cosmetics—including shadows, lip glosses, and more—all carefully sourced with the good of the planet in mind.
69 Front Street, Hamilton, saltandcedar.bm
We would be remiss not to mention an ‘all-rounder’: Plant-Based, Bermuda’s first 100% vegan and cruelty-free grocery store! Not only do they carry fresh vegan Bermuda produce, but you’ll also find drinks, tasty snacks, household, and personal products in their stock.
180 Middle Road, Southampton, iamplantbased.store