3 Vegan Breakfast Options in St Julians

Vegan Breakfast Options in St Julians

Although I have listed some hotels that cater to vegans, I cannot be sure whether they really do. The list of hotels was built on suggestions made by others and not from my own experience. Therefore, I thought of listing some outlets that offer vegan breakfast options in St Julians.

This list should be helpful for both tourists staying in St Julians who are not impressed by the availability of vegan options in the hotel they are staying at and also Malta residents who decided to eat out for breakfast or brunch.

Crust

The only time I visited Crust, I ordered an item from their breakfast section.

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What is your impression about the newly opened Crust? I have finally managed to try it out last week for Sunday brunch. I could find 3 vegan options to choose from. Three options are already enough for me or else i would take a whole hour to decide on what to order. For this visit I had chosen to try the vegan option of the #SmashedAvocado. I managed to confirm that I am not much of a fan of #ryebread. So next time i will try out one of their other two vegan options. . . . . . @crustbakerybarbistro #malta #veganblog #veganfood #veganmalta #veganblogger #veganfoodshare #veganmaltaeats #whatveganseat #gozo #vegansofig #vegansofinstagram #veganfoodporn #plantbased #veganlifestyle #veganism #vegangirl #govegan #vegans #veganlife #sangiljan #crustdelibakery #stjuliansmalta #bestofvegan #dairyfree #veganeats #vegancommunity #stjulians

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Health Hub

If you are like me, either not good at cooking your own pancakes or happen to have no stick pans, Health Hub has a solution. It seems that their vegan pancakes are also gluten-free.

TukTuk

TukTuk has a vegan option or more in nearly every food category that they offer. This includes their breakfast section. Unfortunately, for now, their breakfast options are only available on Saturdays and Sundays from 9 am. However, if you are following this list to try a different vegan breakfast option every time, you can always leave Tuk Tuk for the weekend.

Do you know of other vegan breakfast options in St Julians? In these lists, I am listing eateries that offer specifically food for vegans and not random outlets that have options that look vegan.

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Although I have listed some hotels that cater to vegans, I cannot be sure that they really do. The list of hotels was built on suggestions made by others and not from my own experience. Therefore, for tomorrow's blog post, I thought of listing some outlets that offer #veganbreakfast options in #StJulians. @tuktuk_malta at the @carob_tree_food_court has a vegan option or more in nearly every food category that they offer. This includes their breakfast section. Unfortunately, for now, their breakfast options are only available on Saturdays and Sundays from 9 am. However, if you follow the list that I will be posting tomorrow to try different breakfast options, you can leave #TukTukMalta for the weekend. That is what I did this morning. Their Go Green Toast is tasty and filling. Which makes it also a good #veganbrunch option. . . . . . #veganlifestyle #veganlife #vegancommunity #veganfood #veganism #veganfoodlovers #veganfoodporn #veganpower #whatveganseat #veganshare #vegansofig #veganlove #veganeats #veganfoodshare #veganbreakfast #malta #veganblogger #veganblog #vegansofinstagram #healthybreakfast #bestofvegan #vegans #vegangirl #veganmalta #veganmaltaeats #welovetuktukmalta #carobtreemalta

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(a.k.a. Fiona Vella) Malta-born blogger. I have been blogging during these last 6 years on my cruelty-free lifestyle including recipes, beauty and makeup products that I discover, receive, buy and try.