Vegetarian Restaurants in North Beach, San Francisco

$12 for $25 Worth of Indian Cuisine and Drinks at Kennedy’s Irish Pub & Indian Curry House

Kennedy's Irish Pub & Indian Curry House

North Beach

Multicultural pub serves Indian favorites such as chicken tikka masala and lamb sagwala alongside 200 beers and local wines

$25 $12

Cajun Dinner Cuisine for Two or Four or More at Swamp (Up to 42% Off)


San Francisco

Cajun dinner cuisine includes crab in garlic butter boil, lobster in signature hurricane sauce, and oysters on the half shell

$25 $15

$15 for $30 Worth of Sushi and Japanese Cuisine for Dinner for Two at Sakesan Sushi & Bistro

Sakesan Sushi & Bistro

Sakesan Bistro

At this sushi-focused spot, munch on a variety of fresh rolls, including vegetarian options, or try a hot pot or donburi.

$30 $15

Japanese Food at Blue Fin Sushi (Up to 50% Off). Two Options Available.

Blue Fin Sushi

Outer Richmond

Try creative fusion rolls like the Hawaiian with macadamia nuts or the Mexicano topped with avocado sauce; hot entrees include foie gras

$30 $15

Asian Fusion Barbecue for Two or More at Ke’s Seafood BBQ (40% Off)

Ke’s Seafood BBQ

San Francisco

This Asian fusion barbecue restaurant specializes in seafood including clams, oysters, and prawns, that guests cook on tabletop grills

$20 $12

$17 for $30 Worth of Japanese Food at Arashi Sushi House

Arashi Sushi House

Inner Richmond

Classic Japanese dishes including sashimi, pork-belly ramen, tempura, and miso soup

$30 $17

$14.99 for $25 Worth of Sushi and Japanese Food at Yuubi Japanese Restaurant

Yuubi Japanese Restaurant

Yuubi Japanese Restaurant

Steak teriyaki and sushi rolls packed with fresh seafood delight diners inside traditional Japanese eatery

$25 $14.99

Steaks, Seafood, and Drinks at Castagnola's (Up to 25% Off). Two Options Available.


Fisherman's Wharf

Pair drinks with seafood such as shellfish stew and steamed crabs and chophouse dishes such as new york strip and filet mignon steaks

$100 $75

Indian and Pakistani Food for Two or Four People at Darbar Restaurant (38% Off). Two Options Available.

Darbar Restaurant

Civic Center

Halal meats cooked in a clay tandoor oven alongside vegetarian options such as samosas and palak paneer.

$32 $20

Sushi at Ginza Sushi & Sake (40% Off)

Ginza Sushi & Sake

The Haight

Haight sushi spot tempts diners with creative rolls such as the salmon-wrapped Kazan with house-special tobiko cream sauce

$25 $15

$25 for $40 Worth of Seafood at Catch


The Castro

In a registered San Francisco landmark, chefs create locally inspired cuisine with local seafood and seasonal produce

$40 $25

Thai Cuisine at Sa-Beang Thai (Up to 47% Off). Three Options Available.

Sa-Beang Thai

Central North San Francisco

Pair a signature cocktail with steak salad in a spicy lime dressing, duck curry with prawns and mango, or fried tofu with a peanut sauce

$15 $8

Sushi and Japanese Tapas for Two or More at OEC (Up to 40% Off)


South of Market

Experience chefs construct creative sushi rolls and adventurous Japanese small plates, including pork-belly sliders and grilled mushrooms.

$50 $30

$12 for $20 Worth of Sushi and Japanese and Chinese Food for Two or More at Tao Yin

Tao Yin

Mission District

Hand-rolled nigiri and sushi rolls compliment Japanese noodle dishes and Chinese dim sum

$20 $12

$13 for $20 Toward Dinner for Two at Tandoori Mahal

Tandoori Mahal


Enjoy authentic Indian specialties such as tandoori chicken, lamb saag, and prawn goa curry

$20 $13

$4 Off $40 or More at Gaylord India Restaurant

Gaylord India Restaurant

Financial District

For $1, receive $4 off $40 or More

$0 $1

Sushi and Japanese Cuisine at Sushi Uma (Up to 40% Off)

Sushi Uma

Inner Sunset

Fresh cuts of fish are served on top of rice or wrapped in seaweed creating a delectable treat

$20 $12

Thai Cuisine at Bua Thai Kitchen (Up to 50% Off)

Bua Thai Kitchen

Nevada Street Valley

Authentic Thai food, such as pad thai, pad se ew, and Thai curries, are served fresh daily

$20 $10

Lunch or Dinner at Skates on the Bay - Berkeley (Up to 25% Off)

Skates On The Bay

Berkeley Marina

Fresh fish, creative sushi, a raw bar, and hearty steaks and roasts at this upscale restaurant overlooking the bay

$40 $30

Lunch or Dinner for Two or More at Le Chalet Basque (Up to 40% Off)

Le Chalet Basque

Smith Ranch

The restaurant serves up dishes inspired by the Basque regions of France and Spain, such as frog legs, veal calf liver sauté, and more

$25 $15

Three-Course Tasting Menu for Two or Four at The Caprice (Up to 50% Off)

The Caprice

Corinthian Island

Dine on beef bourguignon, wienerschnitzel, or petrale sole while sipping prosecco and watching the sun set over the harbor

$118 $59

Sushi and Drinks at Oishi Sushi (40% Off). Three Options Available.

Oishi Sushi

Serra Monte

Chefs fold fresh and deep fried fish into rolls, creating a lobster salad roll with mango and an eel roll crowned with a lemon peel

$20 $12

North Indian Food at Mehak Indian Cuisine (Up to 49% Off). Two Options Available.

Mehak Indian Cuisine

South Berkeley

Though international flights and international restaurants can both transport you to a foreign land, the latter are preferable because they trust you with more than 3.

$24 $14

$11 for $20 Worth of Nepalese and Indian Cuisine for Dine-In or Carryout at Taste of the Himalayas

Taste of the Himalayas

North Berkeley

Nepalese and Indian dishes such as house-made cheese simmered in curry sauce, chicken tandoori, and salmon in a piquant vindaloo sauce

$20 $11

Thai Food for Two or Four People at Dinner, for Lunch, or for Carry-Out at Banh Thai (Up to 38% Off)

Banh Thai


The exhaustive menu covers all the bases, from spicy veggies to seafood curries and saucy noodle dishes

$30 $20

Japanese Cuisine and Sushi at Angel Fish Restaurant (Up to 42% Off). Three Options Available.

Angel Fish Japanese Restaurant

Bay Farm Island

Japanese restaurant offers traditional sushi made with fish that arrives fresh daily and seasonal small plates items

$25 $15

Indian Food at Khana Peena Indian Cuisine (Up to 39% Off). Two Options Available.

Khana Peena - Oakland

Khana Peena- College

Menu includes vegetable pakoras, lamb biryani, chicken kebab tacos, chana masala, seafood curry, prawn tandoori, and aloo matter

$40 $25

Grilled Seafood and Chicken for Two or Four at Boneheads Grill (Up to 35% Off)

Boneheads Grill


Fresh local ingredients mix with seafood entrees and chicken smothered in piri-piri pepper sauce

$20 $13

Poke Bowls at Pokedoo (Up to 40% Off). Two Options Available.


East Industrial

Most home freezers can’t reach these temperatures, so amateur sushi chefs should either use cooked seafood (also an option at most sushi restaurants) or buy sushi- or sashimi-grade fish that has...

$12 $8

Indian and Pakistani Cuisine for Lunch or Dinner for Two or Four at Mehran Restaurant (40% Off)

Mehran Restaurant

Mehran Restaurant & Catering

Chefs prepare a flavorful and aromatic lineup of authentic Indian and Pakistani dishes for meat eaters and vegetarians alike.

$20 $12

Select Local Merchants

  • The Helmand Restaurant
    The team behind Helmand Palace can't bring the Helmand River—the longest in Afghanistan—to San Francisco. But while the restaurant's diners can't see the Helmand's sparkling waters, they also can't avoid its influence. Because a substantial portion of its waters are diverted to fertilize Afghan farmland, it's an essential, if often-elided, ingredient in the Afghan cuisine Helmand Palace cooks up daily. One of their best-known dishes is the char-broiled leg of lamb, whose juicy meat is marinated in pureed vegetables and served with challow rice. This rice is a staple of the entrees, and prepared with great care: it's soaked overnight, then rinsed and baked for maximum spicy flavor. It's also the foundation of the prime rib, which is served with sun-dried grapes and sauteed lentils. One place it's absent, though, is in the beloved house baklava, a flaky dessert almost as crowd-pleasing as a layer cake whose third layer is cash.
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  • Peña Pachamama
    In a colorful and lively atmosphere, Peña Pachamama's servers whisk Bolivian tapas and wholesome treats to tables as musical acts, cultural dances, and globally inspired performances entertain. A multicultural kaleidoscope of artists and performers take to the stage five nights a week for raw-cooking demonstrations, Flamenco Thursdays, world-music concerts, and dance performances. Chefs transmute organic, raw, and living ingredients into vegan and vegetarian options, and handcraft traditional dishes, such as plantains yuca frita. They flatten Oregon County grass-fed beef to craft traditional Bolivian silpancho accessorized with pico de gallo, huevo frito, and a top hat made of rice. Bartenders make merry evenings merrier by pouring specialty cocktails, Bolivian and Peruvian beers, and fruit-laced sangria. In its pervious incarnation, Peña Pachamama's space hosted Bing Crosby, Dean Martin, and the wedding dinner of Joe DiMaggio and Marilyn Monroe. Fireplaces pour warmth into upstairs rooms that treat diners to views of Coit Tower. Music cover charges are automatically added to dinner bills during performances; diners who don't wish to see the performance or who are allergic to music should ask to be seated upstairs or plan to eat before 7 p.m.
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    (415) 646-0018
  • Tony's Pizza Napoletana
    The Press Box: Tony's Pizza Napoletana Tony Gemignani can toss a mean pie—he’s even got two pizza-crust-related Guinness World Records to prove it. But at Tony's Pizza Napoletana, the focus isn’t about how fast or wide chefs can spin a pizza: it’s all about the flavor. Tony bakes 11 types in seven different ovens, from wood-fired margherita pizzas to New York–style pies cooked in a gas oven. But Tony’s is more than just great pizza. Read on to see why this restaurant's garnished so much attention: “ . . . It is America's best pizzeria, doing so many things, and doing them all so well." — USA Today "The [margherita] pizza is textbook perfect." — San Francisco Chronicle "Don't dismiss non-pizza dishes such as hearty meatballs smothered in bright sauce." — Gayot "The smooth creaminess of the burrata is a perfect complement to the giant meatball's seasoning and the coarse texture of its veal, pork, and beef." — SF Weekly "It seems counterintuitive that a North Beach restaurant that has won world championship titles for its pizza also would feature original and engaging cocktails. But that’s what you get at Tony’s." — San Francisco Examiner
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  • Chubby Noodle
    Chubby Noodle: A User’s Guide Noodle Bar | “Freestyle” Asian Fusion | Bottomless Dim Sum Brunch | Cold Tea Cocktail | Two Locations Sample Menu: Noodles: chili prawns noodles Cold dish: tuna poke with sesame, soy, and sambal Hot dish: Korean-style pork tacos, which writers for The Infatuation said was “one of the top dishes, taco or otherwise, [they’ve] eaten in SF.” How It All Began Pete Mrabe opened Chubby Noodle as a humble popup inside of Amante, a North Beach bar. It became so popular that Pete—along with restaurateur Nick Floulis—decided to open a second location in the Marina district, this time inside his own brick-and-mortar space that’s just as vibrant as the food. When to Go: weekend brunch (10 a.m.–3 p.m.), when they give each table exactly 90 minutes to enjoy bottomless dim sum dishes and four to five beverages. (Marina) Where to Sit Marina: Grab one of the 7-foot cedar tables that jut out from the kitchen. Here, guests enjoy up-close views of culinary magic while cooks double as servers. North Beach (inside Amante): Claim a stool at one of the high tops near the “Hungry?” neon sign, which hangs above the service counter Chubby Noodle operates from. Pair Your Meal with: the on-tap Cold Tea cocktail, which blends nigori sake, Jardesca ( an aperitif), ginger, serrano, honey, jasmine, and mint tea. (Marina) From the Press “Pete’s menu and flavor profiles span a lot of cuisines: Mandarin, Thai, Vietnamese, Korean, and hey, you’ll find some tortillas on there too. It’s not fusion, it’s more a study in freestyle deliciousness.“ – Tablehopper “If a Japanese izakaya and Chinese dim sum met a family-style party with California wines and hip-hop thrown in for good measure, it might look like Chubby Noodle Marina.” — Zagat Inside Tips Finding the place can be a little tricky, as there’s no name on the Marina building. Just look for a sign featuring a noodle with a face bathing in a bowl of other, less personified noodles. Bring along earbuds if loud music bothers you—the blaring soundtrack at the Marina spot cultivates an energetic vibe with ‘90s hip-hop. If You Can’t Make It, Try This: Pisto’s Tacos (1310 Grant Avenue), co-owner Nick Floulis’ other restaurant that focuses on Mexican street food.
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  • Loving Hut
    For those who avoid meat and dairy, Loving Hut offers tasty Vegan fare in San Francisco. Little ones are free to make a mess at this restaurant, where the whole family is invited to dine. Wireless Internet access is available for no charge at Loving Hut. Dogs are welcome at Loving Hut, so feel free to bring Fido along. It doesn't get much more laid-back than Loving Hut, so dress for comfort when you come. If you're strapped for time, take out food from this restaurant. At Loving Hut, you can safely store your car on the street or in a garage. If cycling is more your speed, you'll find plenty of space to stash your bike outside the restaurant. For a meal that's both indulgent and healthy, Loving Hut cooks up the best vegan eats around. So when you're in the mood for something less traditional, the entrees at Loving Hut combine Asian ingredients with not-so-Asian influences for a truly delicious experience. Don't feel like dressing up for dinner? Remember to grab a table at Loving Hut and enjoy a blend of Asian-style cooking in a lovably low-key environment.
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  • The Stinking Rose Restaurant Group
    Despite its moniker, there isn’t a sweeter thing than garlic in the minds of the chefs at The Stinking Rose Restaurant. The famed eatery celebrates the pungent plant by integrating it into their every contemporary California-Italian dish, including pasta, 40-clove garlic chicken, garlic-encrusted ribs, and sea bass with garlic butter. There's even garlic wine and garlic ice cream with chocolate molé sauce. And with a motto like “we season our garlic with food,” it’s no wonder The Stinking Rose doles out more than 3,000 pounds of garlic each month. Still, the chefs recognize that, much like wearing clothes, garlic may not be everyone’s thing; they will create dishes without it upon request. The heavy use of garlic isn’t the only unique thing about the restaurant. At the original San Francisco joint, the world’s largest garlic braid twists around the walls of the establishment, and a mural painted by a local artist depicts garlic bulbs skateboarding down the city’s steep hills and picnicking at Golden Gate Park.
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