As far as fast-casual, moderately healthy big-name-chains go, Cafe Zupas is one to add to your list for vegan eats. While there’s nothing spectacularly original about it, you can eat vegan at Cafe Zupas. We’re glad it’s a vegan-friendly restaurant in Las Vegas that has some healthy eats.
What’s vegan at Cafe Zupas?
The Nuts About Berries salad can be made vegan. This salad features mixed greens, blackberries, blueberries, raspberries and strawberries. It’s tossed in a poppyseed dressing. Hold the almonds because they’re made with butter.
You can also make the Mangoberry salad vegan by swapping the mango yogurt for the poppyseed dressing. It’s basically the same as the Nuts and Berries salad, but it’s got mango.
The vegan soup at Cafe Zupas is its chickpea and veggie soup with broccolini, celery, leeks, tomato and yellow onion.
When it comes to bowls, you can make the Asian steak and quinoa bowl vegan Simply swap the steak for tofu. The bowl includes baby butter lettuce, quinoa, broccolini, peppers, cucumbers, cashews and a Thai basil vinaigrette and Thai peanut sauce.
My personal favorite is the Thai Coconut Tofu Bowl packed with so much good stuff like organic grilled coconut tofu, Peruvian quinoa, kale, broccolini, edamame, cashews, miso dressing and so much more, all smothered in a spicy peanut sauce. Oh yeah, it’s good. And massive; there was no finishing of this bowl.
None of the sandwiches are vegan because their bread is not vegan.
There are a handful of vegan dressings to choose from at Cafe Zupas. Vegan options at Cafe Zupas are vinaigrettes (fresh herb, sherry, strawberry champagne and Thai basil). In addition, the poppyseed dressing is also vegan.
As for dessert, sorry loves. They’ve got nothing vegan on the dessert menu.
Numerous locations in Las Vegas. Check their website for an up-to-date listing of all locations, hours, etc.