Eating Vegan In Bergen, Norway

I stayed in Norway for 2 weeks and a few of those days were spend in Bergen. I didn’t make it out to Oslo, so I can’t speak for how vegan friendly it is there, but Bergen was by far the easiest city to eat in as a vegan.

There are only a couple of fully vegan restaurants in Bergen, but a lot of places with vegan options. We also didn’t have problems finding vegan snacks and toiletries at the supermarkets. There weren’t a lot of vegan cheese/meats, but we did find some frozen vegan meals, butter, snacks, oat milks, etc. to make some of our own food, too.

1. Dirty Vegan

I’m going to start with my favorite place! Dirty Vegan is located not too far from Bryggen. It was about a ten minute walk from where I was staying, which was great! They have a full vegan menu and are a fast food joint. Seriously, this food was amazing! So tasty!

dirty vegan

2. Vegan Vacation

Vegan vacation is the second place in Bergen that is 100% vegan. The owner is so nice and makes everything in house. Including the cheeses. That vegan cheese platter is to die for, I highly recommend it! The vegan salmon is made with carrots, which is interesting. It had a nice smoky flavor to it and the texture was very close, too.

vegan vacation

3. Daily Pot

Daily Pot is a restaurant with vegan options. They have soup, salad, sandwiches and even cheesecake, for vegans. My friend got the vegan sandwich and I opted for the vegan protein bowl salad. Both were delicious! I also had a slice of cheesecake, which was very tasty 😊

4. Kroathai

I didn’t get the chance to eat at Kroathai, but my friend did! She said it was really good. They have a good grasp on veganism, so it’s pretty easy to eat here as a vegan. Unfortunately I don’t have any photos from here, but there are some on HappyCow, if you follow the link there.

5. Los Tacos

Los Tacos is so good! We ate here twice (at the Stavanger location, too) and I don’t know which to recommend more, the burrito or tacos. Tacos might be the winner… but it’s hard to choose! They were both delicious, and the staff inside were so nice.

These are just a few that we had the chance to try out in Bergen, there are many more. While walking around, we saw a Chinese restaurant that advertised vegan food on the window. I’m not sure if they’re transitioning to 100% vegan, or if it’s just options, but there are a lot of options to go around in this charming city. Check out HappyCow, to see the other establishments you can grab some vegan eats at 😊

4 Comments Add yours

  1. Monch Weller says:

    Fantastic post! One of the best things about traveling to other countries is discovering new food spots that have vegan options, or even better — cater to vegans entirely! From what I’ve read, Scandinavia is pretty big when it comes to veganism so you’ll find more hidden spots on your next trip.

    (Thank you for following The Monching’s Guide, by the way. Couldn’t comment on your About section, so I’m just leaving this here if you don’t mind.)

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    1. Thank you for reading 😊 Yes, I agree! Norway is a little behind on the vegan options compared to other Scandinavian countries, but it looks like it’s quickly growing, so if I get to go back again, I’m sure I’ll find even more great food joints!

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  2. Tanooki says:

    Glad to know that you had great dining experience while keeping your dietπŸ‘πŸ’• that vegan bowl looks incredibleπŸ‘€βœ¨

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    1. It was soooo good! Sometimes I want to go back to a city again just so I can eat the food. That vegan bowl is one of them haha πŸ˜‚πŸ€€

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