Known for offering a strong burst of layered flavors, with spice, sweetness, refreshing herbs, and light citrusy touch, Thai food is many people’s favorite.
However, sadly, it isn’t as vegan-friendly as it may seem. While many of their traditional dishes are vegetable-based, Thai food also involves the frequent use of non-vegan ingredients.
But, like all other cuisines, things have started to change here as well.
Vegan Glory is one of the newer additions in LA’s vibrant dining space that has taken up the task of vegan-izing Thai food.
Let’s go over the Vegan Glory menu to see what this Thai-Asian restaurant has in store for plant-eaters.
Vegan Glory Menu
Vegan Glory has an extensive plant-based menu comprised of:
- Noodle & Rice
- A La Carte
- South of the Border
- Gluten-Free Pancakes
- Chef’s Specials
- New Items
- All Day Specials
- Sides Beverages
Although Vegan Glory is essentially a Thai restaurant, as you can see, they also offer some non-Thai food, making it a great place for large groups of people with different food preferences.
Have some burger junkies in the family or group of friends? Vegan Glory has got you covered. Want some Tex-Mex flavors?
Vegan Glory has tacos and burritos for you. Craving some meaty goodness? Vegan Glory has a few plant-based options to choose from. And this is not it. This LA-based restaurant has a lot more to offer.
Sounds interesting? Gear up because we’re going to dive deep into the Vegan Glory menu to find out all the available options (there are plenty).
But, before we do it, it’s important to mention that Vegan Glory doesn’t provide enough information about all its menu items. For some, it tells you what the dish includes, but for others, it doesn’t.
Having said that, when eating at Vegan Glory, you have the satisfaction that it’s all plant-based and prepared in accordance with vegan dietary principles.
Plant-Based Options at Vegan Glory – A Detailed Breakdown
Food choices at Vegan Glory include:
Vegan Glory Appetizer Options
Whether you’re looking to start your vegan meal at Vegan Glory with a traditional Thai appetizer or prefer the classic American ones, Vegan Glory has it all.
Appetizer options at Vegan Glory include:
If you like Asian food, you will know how integral this simple and basic appetizer is to Asian cuisines. Vegan Glory makes sure that those who come there for traditional Thai food have an authentic experience. That’s why they have classic steamed edamame on the menu.
Love edamame, but also prefer a kick of spice in your food? Vegan Glory has combined both to bring you this spicy steamed edamame.
We don’t know how they are prepared, what ingredients or chilies are used. But, we do know is that these are steamed soybeans in their pods with a hint of spice to tantalize your taste buds and are prepared without any animal ingredients. You don’t need to know anything else, do you?
No matter how amazing an appetizer menu a restaurant offers, it’s hard to beat the good ol’ French fries cooked to crispy perfection. And those who set up Vegan Glory’s menu knew it. This is why they bring you three different varieties of fries. Can it get any better?
Your options include:
- French Fries – the absolute classic
- Sweet Potato Fries – Crispy on the outside, soft on the inside, offering a subtle sweet flavor
- Portobello Fries – Fresh Portobello mushrooms cut into thick fries, dipped in a thick, luscious, seasoned batter, and fried until crisp and golden brown on the outside, these are a real treat for mushroom lovers. These are served with spicy, gluten-free, vegan mayo on the side.
These classic vegetable stuffed dumplings are available in steamed, grilled, and fried varieties. The dumplings are topped with freshly fried fragrant garlic for an added punch of flavor.
When cooked the right way, Brussel Sprouts offer a distinctive sweet and nutty flavor that’s hard not to like. Vegan Glory takes things further up a notch by tossing the crispy, pan-fried Brussel Sprouts in a delicious ginger tamari chili glaze.
Roti Bread with Guacamole
You must have had tortilla chips and guac a gazillion times. But, when dining at Vegan Glory, you get to try creamy guacamole with roti bread.
Warm, soft, with a little chew, roti bread is in complete contrast to the crispy fried tortilla chips, but it tastes great. Try out this vegan appetizer at Vegan Glory to find out how well this bread goes with guac.
This one’s for all the tofu lovers out there. Soft and creamy tofu cubes are flash-fried to add color and texture and are served with ground peanuts and sweet chili sauce. If you like tofu, you will love this vegan appetizer and the incredible combination of flavors and textures it offers.
Spring rolls are probably the first thing that comes to most people’s minds when we talk about Asian appetizers. And we have all the reasons to love them.
As you bite into the perfectly golden, crispy, crunchy rolls, your mouth gets filled with the delicious vegetable filling, creating a party of flavors and textures in your mouth.
Vegan Glory spring rolls are stuffed with mung bean noodles, baked tofu, cabbage, carrot, and mushrooms and are served with a sweet and sour sauce for an extra punch of flavors.
It’s hard to believe, but if you don’t like fried spring rolls or perhaps looking to add more fresh foods into your diet without compromising on flavors, these fresh rolls are a great option.
Made with soy chicken, Thai spaghetti, bean sprouts, romaine lettuce, and mint, all wrapped in rice paper, these fresh rolls offer a perfect combination of flavor and healthy nutrients. The hoisin sauce that comes on the side makes up for any lacking flavor notes.
Chicken Lettuce Wraps
Another healthier vegan roll option at Vegan Glory is the classic chicken lettuce wrap made with minced soy chicken. Other ingredients include onion, mushrooms, water chestnuts, ginger, and celery.
All the ingredients are stir-fried in a delicious sweet and tangy hoisin sauce and topped with crispy noodles for added flavor and crunch.
Vegan Glory doesn’t tell what these drumsticks are made of. But, they are vegan and served with your choice of sauce from buffalo and BBQ. Do you need any more reason to give them a try? I don’t!
When you opt for this dish, Vegan Glory gives you the option to choose from chicken slices or nuggets. Both are, as promised, crispy and flavorful and are served with sweet chili sauce on the side.
Chicken satay is a popular dish in various Asian cuisines. When given a vegan makeover in the kitchen of Vegan Glory, these are made with soy chicken marinated with traditional spices and charbroiled on skewers, just like it’s conventionally done.
This vegan chicken satay is served with a rich, creamy, nutty peanut sauce and a refreshing cucumber salad.
Citrus Soy Pork Spareribs
Vegan Glory’s menu doesn’t provide any details about this dish. But, the name tells that this popular pork dish is made with soy at this Thai vegan restaurant in LA. You can expect to enjoy traditional flavors with a citrusy punch.
This popular Thai dish is primarily known for its crunch and crispiness, from rice noodles, and its signature sweet sauce with a hint of citrusy flavor. The chefs at Vegan Glory make sure you get just that from this vegan version of Me-Krob.
Here, the crispy rice noodles are paired with fried bean curd and fried vegan shrimps caramelized in a secret sweet sauce. To balance all that fried stuff, the dish is topped with carrots, bean sprouts, and cilantro.
Vegan Glory menu doesn’t tell what this vegan beef jerky is made of. But, they promise that it offers classic Thai flavors, which is enough reason for Thai food lovers to order it when dining at Vegan Glory.
Vegan Glory Soup Options
Whether you’re looking for healthier options or genuinely love soups, Vegan Glory has some good options to choose from. The best part? They are all 100% vegan-friendly, so you can order any right off the menu. Here are the choices:
Let’s start with the most basic (or dare I say boring) option. This Vegan Glory soup contains cabbage, napa cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli, zucchini, carrot, and snow peas.
It may not be something you get excited to try seeing on the menu, but it’s certainly healthy and chock full of nutrients.
Love the rich, umami flavor of miso? You must order this vegan Japanese miso soup when dining at Vegan Glory. Made with traditional Japanese miso broth, it contains kelp, mushrooms, and sliced tofu.
This Vegan Glory soup uses a clear broth as the base enriched and enhanced with a bunch of interesting ingredients. These include seaweed (as the name tells), napa cabbage, vermicelli, and tofu.
The soup is garnished with fresh cilantro and fried garlic just before serving to further enhance the flavor.
Tom Yum Soup
Characterized by its sour, salty, and slightly sweet flavor notes, tom yum soup is conventionally delicious. But, it’s not vegan, as it includes fish sauce and is typically cooked with shrimp.
But, at Vegan Glory, it’s made using all plant-based ingredients and is available in a choice of vegetable, tofu, vegan chicken, fish, and shrimp.
The base of the soup is a hot and sour lemongrass broth, and the other ingredients include tomatoes, champignon mushrooms, a selection of exotic herbs, and fresh cilantro.
A bowl filled with warm vegetable broth, delicious dumplings, napa cabbage, mushrooms, and celery. If this sounds like the kind of soup you would love, make sure to try this plant-based dumpling soup at Vegan Glory.
Tom Kha Soup
Not a fan of strong flavors? Try this vegan Tom Kha soup at Vegan Glory. It’s mild but aromatic and oh-so-delicious.
The components of the soup include coconut milk broth, tomatoes, mushrooms, cilantro, and a bunch of exotic herbs.
You also get to choose from vegetables, tofu, vegan shrimp, chicken, or fish as the protein source.
Thai Noodle Soup
For some reason, this soup is listed in the Noodle & Rice category on the Vegan Glory menu. But, I am listing it here to avoid any confusion and give you a clear idea of all the available options.
It’s made with your choice of noodles, from wheat, rice stick, flat, or glass noodles, bean sprouts, scallions, and cilantro in a vegetable broth, and is topped with freshly fried garlic just before serving.
Vegan Glory also allows its customers to customize their soup orders by doubling up the protein and/or getting noodles on the side at just a small extra price. The noodle options you can choose from include wheat noodles, glass noodles, rice stick noodles, and flat noodles.
This is a great option for those who prefer more filling soups and for days when you want to have just soup as the main meal.
Vegan Glory Salad Options
From light and refreshing to more filling ones and from basic options to more interesting ones, the Vegan Glory menu offers quite a few vegan salad choices. Here are all your options:
This is your basic mixed green salad, but it comes with your choice of dressing from sesame, peanut, or Italian vinaigrette or Tahini dressing.
Light and refreshing, this salad is made with cucumbers (obvious), red onions, and red bell peppers. The ingredients are tossed in a sweet vinaigrette dressing to enhance the flavor.
Green Power Salad
Do you like green salads, but find the basic house salad a little too boring? Try this Green Power Salad at Vegan Glory.
It’s made with romaine lettuce, red onions, cucumbers, tomatoes, avocado, edamame, and your choice of protein from fried chicken and grilled tofu.
You also get to choose your dressing from Tahini, peanut, sesame, or Italian vinaigrette. The salad is topped with walnuts before serving for some added flavor and crunch.
This is a Japanese-style seaweed salad also known as Hiyashi Wakame. It’s commonly seen on sushi bar menus, but is also available at Vegan Glory.
Kale & Cashew Salad
Do you like nutty, fruity flavors in your salad? If you do, you would really like this Kale & Cashew vegan salad at Vegan Glory.
It’s made with kale, roasted cashews, dried cranberries, and Goji berries, all tossed in a tangy and nutty almond-ginger dressing, which also happens to be gluten-free.
Packed with refreshing ingredients and tropical flavors, this vegan salad is made with green papaya, green beans, carrots, tomatoes, ground peanuts, and chili lime juice. It’s naturally sweet, slightly spicy, tangy, nutty, and oh-so flavorful.
Glass Noodle Salad
As the name tells, the star ingredient of this salad is glass noodles. But, since it’s a salad, you also get a bunch of vegetables in it. These include red onions, cucumbers, tomatoes, carrots, and lettuce. A spicy lime dressing is added to the salad to enhance the flavor.
BBQ Chicken Salad
Love the smoky, spicy, tangy BBQ sauce? Try this vegan BBQ chicken salad at Vegan Glory. It’s made with romaine lettuce, sweet corn, red onions, avocado, and BBQ soy chicken.
The salad comes topped with salsa and vegan cheese blend and house-made vegan BBQ dressing on the side.
This vegan salad comes in tofu and minced soy chicken varieties. Your choice of protein is combined with red onions, carrots, cilantro, lime juice, and toasted rice powder and is served over a bed of fresh lettuce.
Vegan Glory Noodle & Rice Options
What’s an Asian menu without a rice and noodle category? Vegan Glory offers the following options to choose from in this category:
Let’s start with the classic noodle varieties. This vegan Pad Thai is a stir-fried mix of rice stick noodles, bean sprouts, and green onions tossed in the restaurant’s own version of pad Thai sauce.
It’s topped with crushed peanuts before serving to add a nutty flavor and some crunch to the noodle dish.
This Chinese version of stir-fried noodles is made with flat rice noodles, onions, mushrooms, bell pepper, garlic, fresh chili, and sweet basil. Classic and delicious.
This is a simple variety of stir-fried noodles made with flat rice noodles, broccoli, and sweet soy sauce.
Yellow Curry Noodles
Although the Vegan Glory menu doesn’t say it, the dish’s name tells that it has the rich and delicious Thai Yellow curry as the base.
Other ingredients include eggless noodles, your choice of protein (the menu doesn’t tell what options are available), onion, fried shallots, bean sprouts, cilantro, and crushed peanuts.
Pad Woon Zen
Love a hint of spice in your noodles? Try this Asian noodle dish made by stir-frying mung bean noodles with onions, tomatoes, carrots, mushrooms, snow peas, scallions, celery, and paprika.
Another noodle variety with a kick of spice, this one’s made with flat rice noodles, onions, mushrooms, bell peppers, sweet basil, garlic, and fresh chili.
Mixed Vegetable Fried Rice
Though the dish is named vegetable fried rice, it comes in two varieties at Vegan Glory – with only vegetables and with veggies and protein. Choose your preferred option to enjoy classic fried rice without worrying about animal ingredients.
Spicy Fried Rice
This one’s for both spice lovers and health-conscious vegans. It’s made with brown rice, garlic-chili paste, onions, bell peppers, and sweet basil.
Pineapple Fried Rice
This fried rice variety is a great option for those who like the combination of sweet, savory, and slightly tangy flavors. It’s made by stir-frying boiled brown rice with onions, tomatoes, pineapple, raisins, cashews, and curry powder and offers a great burst of flavors and textures.
These vegan rice and noodle dishes at Vegan Glory are served with your choice of protein from soy pepper steak, soy fish, soy chicken, seitan, or tofu. You can also choose to get vegetables, soy shrimp, or soy chicken at just $1 additional cost and add a vegan egg to your meal for $3.
A La Carte Options at Vegan Glory
Vegan Glory a la carte options are made with your choice of the main ingredient from soy pepper steak, soy chicken, soy shrimp, soy fish, soy chicken nuggets, seitan, tofu, or vegetables and are served with steamed brown rice. Here are all the available choices:
Offering the classic Kung Pao flavor, this dish is made by stir-frying your choice of protein, onions, bell peppers, carrots, and roasted peanuts with chili sauce.
Sweet & Sour
As the name tells, this dish offers a delicious combination of sweet and sour flavors with onions, tomatoes, bell peppers, cucumbers, pineapples, your choice of protein, and a house-made sweet and sour sauce.
This vegetable stir-fry is made with cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli, bean sprouts, carrots, zucchini, snow peas, and a brown garlic sauce.
This simple yet delicious vegan dish is made by sautéing your choice of protein with black pepper, garlic, and cilantro paste and comes over a bed of fresh lettuce.
Bean Sprouts & Mushroom
A stir-fried mix of bean sprouts, mushrooms, scallions, and your choice of vegan protein, this dish is an example of how an incredibly simple dish can also be chock full of flavors.
American or Chinese Broccoli
As per the name of the dish, you get to choose between American and Chinese flavors. But, the Vegan Glory menu doesn’t tell the difference between the two. It just tells that it contains your choice of protein and broccoli stir-fried in a garlic mushroom sauce.
You can ask the difference between the two options from your server when ordering if you want.
This interesting and flavorful vegan dish is made by flash frying eggplant slices and then sautéing them with onions, bell peppers, sweet basil, and chili garlic paste.
Do you like the strong burst of flavor and aroma that fresh ginger adds to the food? If you do, try this plant-based dish at Vegan Glory. It’s made with fresh ginger, garlic, bell peppers, onions, and mushrooms and offers a great combination of natural flavors.
Sweet basil leaves are stir-fried with onion, garlic, bell pepper, and fresh chili until they are fragrant and slightly crispy.
Featuring green beans in a brown garlic sauce, this Vegan Glory dish is a great option for those who really like beans.
This dish is made by stir-frying roasted cashews, chestnuts, carrots, and celery in a chef’s special light brown sauce and is topped with dry chili before serving.
This one’s for spice lovers. It features a mix of bell peppers, green beans, and Kaffil lime leaves sautéed in a spicy red curry paste. You can also make this dish extra spicy with just $1 extra payment.
Thai Curry Options at Vegan Glory
Curries are to Thai cuisine as sushi is to Japanese. They come in a variety of different colors, flavors, and spice levels and are a pure delight for Asian food lovers. At Vegan Glory, the Thai curries are made using 100% plant-based ingredients, like all other items.
Your protein choices for Thai vegan curries at Vegan Glory include soy chicken, soy chicken nuggets, soy pepper steam, soy shrimp, soy fish, tofu, seitan, and vegetables.
All the Vegan Glory Thai curries are served with steamed brown rice and are available in the following varieties:
This is a moderately spicy Thai curry made with coconut milk, eggplant, bell pepper, bamboo shoots, sweet basil, and a bunch of spices and herbs.
A great option for those who can’t tolerate much spice, this mildly spicy Thai vegan curry is made with coconut milk, onions, potatoes, carrots, , and herbs.
Totally opposite to the yellow curry in spice level, this one is for the spice lovers out there. It’s made with coconut milk, eggplant, bamboo shoots, bell pepper, sweet basil, spicy green chili paste, and various herbs and spices.
This Thai curry on the Vegan Glory menu offers a perfect combination of sweet and spicy flavors. It’s moderately spiced and slightly sweet. The ingredients used to make it include coconut milk, bell peppers, carrots, peas, and sweet basil.
This is a chef’s special vegan Thai curry at Vegan Glory. The key element of the dish is a rich and creamy coconut puree prepared in-house from scratch. Other ingredients include bell peppers and kaffir lime leaves. Simple ingredients, but (as those who have tried it say) amazing flavor.
Vegan Glory also allows you to customize your vegan Thai curry a bit. You can choose to add peas and carrots, avocado, cashews, pineapples, or roti bread to your curry at a little extra cost.
Burger Options at Vegan Glory
I can bet you didn’t expect to see an entire category of plant-based burgers on the Vegan Glory menu, knowing that it’s essentially a Thai-Asian restaurant. But, safe to say that it’s a pleasant surprise for all vegans. Let’s take a look at the options provided, shall we?
Simple yet delicious, this classic vegan burger is available in your choice of vegan protein from wheat meat (cowboy), chicken, fish, grilled tofu, or a vegetable patty. Other ingredients include lettuce, tomato, and vegenaise (vegan mayonnaise).
Crispy Chicken Burger
When everyone’s favorite crispy chicken burger gets a vegan makeover at Vegan Glory, you get a vegan chicken patty dipped in tempura batter and flash-fried to crispy perfection with vegan mayo, lettuce, and tomato.
Like the chicken burger, but looking for a different variety? How about a vegan chicken burger with Asian flavors?
Vegan Glory’s Satay Burger is made with sautéed vegan chicken, red onion, tomato, lettuce, and vegan mayo and is served with the delicious peanut sauce on the side.
Fillet O Fish
Crispy on the outside, soft, tender, and juicy on the inside vegan fish patty with tartar sauce spread, cheese, and coleslaw. If this sounds like your kind of burger, get yourself the Fillet O Fish at Vegan Glory.
Pepper Steak Burger
Vegan Glory menu doesn’t provide any details about this plant-based burger. But, it can be inferred from the name that it’s made with a vegan beef patty offering the classic pepper steak flavor.
Beef Jerky Burger
Featuring vegan beef strips as the core ingredient, this burger also includes lettuce, tomato, and vegan Thousand Island dressing.
Pulled Pork Sandwich
This is an open-faced vegan sandwich made with a special mix of BBQ-flavored seitan strips and onions and is served with house-made vegan coleslaw.
What’s better than a classic cheeseburger? A vegan cheeseburger!
This one at Vegan Glory is made using Impossible Meat and comes topped with a generous amount of vegan cheese. The restaurant’s menu doesn’t tell what other ingredients it contains, but do we really want to know? Isn’t knowing that it’s a vegan cheeseburger enough reason for you to order it?
All the Vegan Glory burgers are made on organic whole wheat buns. You can also choose to have avocado and/or vegan cheese added to your burger at a small extra cost. Moreover, you can also get French fries or soy bacon with your burger.
Plant-Based Wraps at Vegan Glory
While you can have wraps whenever you want, they particularly make a great option for those busy days when you don’t have time for sit-down meals. They are easy to eat, filling, and, when made the right way, also taste good.
At Vegan Glory, they offer six different varieties of vegan wraps. These are made using Lavash wraps and contain romaine lettuce, avocado, vegan mayo, and salsa, in addition to the core ingredient, which is a vegan protein. Your options for plant-based wraps at Vegan Glory include:
This vegan wrap is available in a choice of chicken, fish, pepper steak, cowboy (wheat meat), grilled tofu, grilled vegetable, and lentil options.
Crispy Chicken Wrap
Featuring crispy fried vegan chicken slices in tempura batter, this one is a great choice for fried chicken lovers.
This vegan wrap is made with plant-based chicken sautéed in curry sauce and is served with the classic Asian peanut sauce on the side.
Chicken Wrap Cowboy Sauce
This one’s made with vegan chicken marinated with garlic, soy sauce, cilantro, and cowboy sauce.
The name of this Vegan Glory wrap is self-explanatory. It tells you all the ingredients used except red onions.
Unlike all other Vegan Glory wraps, this one doesn’t come with avocado and salsa.
Beef Jerky Wrap
Similar to the Beef Jerky burger, Vegan Glory’s Beef Jerky wrap contains beef jerky strips with vegan Thousand Island dressing.
It doesn’t have vegenaise, like all other wraps the Vegan Glory restaurant offers.
Vegan Glory Foods from South of the Border
Vegan Glory menu also includes a few classic (and popular) dishes from the southern part of the country. Can you guess what they are? Let’s take a look:
Get a rich, hearty, filling, and delicious burrito at Vegan Glory in soy beef, soy chicken, or guacamole.
When eating at Vegan Glory, you can choose to get a cheese quesadilla or have some vegan protein added to it as well. The options for vegan protein include plant-based ground beef and vegan minced chicken.
No matter which filling option you opt for, you will get a quesadilla made in a whole wheat tortilla with a vegan mozzarella and cheddar blend and salsa on the side.
Talk about dishes from the South and not have tacos on the list? Not possible. Vegan Glory offers plant-based tacos in the following two varieties:
- Crispy Taco – Made with crispy corn tortilla shells, this vegan taco can be made with plant-based ground beef, vegan minced chicken, or guacamole. Its toppings include salsa, vegan cheese, vegan mayonnaise, and chopped romaine lettuce.
- Soft Shell Fish/Shrimp Taco – As the name tells, these soft shell tacos are available in vegan fish and shrimp options. The tortillas used are corn, and the toppings include salsa, shredded cabbage, and cilantro. You also get spicy chipotle mayo (also gluten-free) on the side.
Chef’s Specials on the Vegan Glory Menu
If you’re looking for some unusual vegan foods, get yourself something from this Chef’s Specials category on the Vegan Glory menu. Your options include:
This chef’s special dish starts with marinating soy chicken with a bunch of secret spices. The vegan protein is then pan-fried with the house-made peanut sauce and is served over steamed spinach.
Orange Peel Chicken
Love sweet and citrusy flavor notes in your food? Try Vegan Glory’s plant-based Orange Peel Chicken made with lightly battered, fried soy chicken in a sweet and tangy caramelized orange sauce. It comes topped with orange peel (as the name tells) and sesame seeds.
Kra Pow Muu
If you’re more of a (vegan) beef person, try this chef’s special dish at Vegan Glory starring plant-based ground beef. Other ingredients include onion, bell pepper, sweet basil, garlic, and chili.
The full name of this vegan chef’s special dish is Pumpkin-Eggplant-Tofu, which are its three core ingredients. Other elements of the dish are mushrooms, bell peppers, onion, and sweet basil. All the ingredients are stir-fried in a delicious garlic chili sauce.
Three Flavor Fish
The name of this dish suggests that it includes three different flavors of vegan fish, but its description on the menu doesn’t say anything like this.
The restaurant’s menu just tells that this dish includes fried fish steaks with a tangy sweet chili sauce and is served with steamed broccoli on the side.
Ask your server about the flavor thingy while ordering.
This is a vegan loaf made with lentils, brown rice, onions, bell peppers, celery, and a bunch of chef’s special spices.
Featuring penne pasta and green peas in a garlicky cream sauce topped with fried chicken and smoked bacon, this vegan pasta dish at Vegan Glory will create a party in your mouth.
The chefs at Vegan Glory offer this popular Japanese dish in two vegan verities:
- Sukiyaki Noodle Soup
- Stir-Fried Sukiyaki
The core ingredients of both the varieties are the same – tofu, vegan shrimp, vegan fish, mung bean noodles, spinach, Napa cabbage, celery, and scallions. As the names also tell, the only difference between them, as the name also tells, is that the first one (soup) comes in a clear broth while the other one is like a classic Asian stir fry.
Green Curry Dumplings
This dish features grilled vegan dumplings simmered in a delicious thick green Thai curry sauce along with a bunch of chef-selected vegetables. It is served topped with crispy rice vermicelli.
Spicy Yaki Soba with Soy Fish
This vegan noodle stir fry is made with Yaki Soba noodles, bell peppers, onions, broccoli, mushrooms, sweet basil, fresh chili, and fresh chili garlic sauce.
Fish & Chips with Coleslaw
Experience the authentic flavor of this classic English dish without compromising on your vegan diet. It’s made with soy fish and is served with coleslaw, French fries, and house-made tartar sauce, which is also gluten-free.
Some of the chef’s special dishes at Vegan Glory are served with steamed brown rice on the side, while others come without them. Check the menu for exact options in each category.
Vegan Glory Sides and Sauces
When dining at Vegan Glory, you can make your vegan meal more filling and flavorful with any of the following sides and sauces:
- Beans & Rice
- Fried Rice – available in white and brown rice and contain carrots and peas
- Steamed Rice – available in white and brown rice varieties
- Sautéed Soy Pepper Steak
- Sautéed Soy Chicken
- Grilled Bacon
- Grilled Potatoes
- Grilled Mixed Vegetables – include red onions, zucchini, mushrooms, carrots, and snow peas
- Steamed Vegetables – include zucchini, broccoli, carrot, and snow peas
- BBQ Sauce
- Vegenaise (vegan mayonnaise)
- Peanut Sauce
- Italian Sauce
- Maple Syrup
Vegan Glory Dessert Options
One of the biggest advantages of eating at an all-vegan restaurant is that you get to enjoy some plant-based desserts, something that’s lacking on most chain restaurants’ menus. Your options for plant-based desserts at Vegan Glory include:
- Mango Sorbet
- Lychee in Light Syrup
- Coconut Ice Cream with Palm Seed
- Vegan Carrot Cake with Cream Cheese
- Banana Spring Rolls – flash-fried spring rolls filled with banana, sweetened coconut flakes, and toasted sesame seeds
- Sweet Roti& Banana – comes with your choice of topping from peanut butter chocolate, orange marmalade, blueberry, and maple syrup.
- Mango with Sweet Sticky Rice – seasonal
If these vegan dessert options seem not enough or you’re craving pancakes, know that Vegan Glory has some gluten-free, vegan pancakes available too. Your Options include:
- Plain Pancakes
- Fruity Pancakes – Available in banana, strawberry, blueberry, pineapple, raisins, and walnuts.
Vegan Glory Beverages
Drink options available at Vegan Glory include the following:
- Diet Coke
- Diet 7up
- Ginger Ale
- Pina Colada
- Lemonade with Seasonal Fresh Fruit
- Apple Juice
- Orange Juice
- Coconut Water
- Ginger Drink – Available both hot and cold
- Iced Tea – Available in Regular and Green Tea with free refill
- Thai Iced Tea
- Thai Iced Tea without Ice
- Thai Iced Coffee
- French-Pressed Intelligentsia Coffee
- Hot Tea – Available in Early Grey, Wild Berry Hibiscus, White Orchid, Jasmine, Green Matcha, Mint Melange, Chrysanthemum, Chamomile Citrus, and Bombay Chai flavors.
- Snapple – Available in Peach, Mango, and Kiwi Strawberry flavors.
- Vegan Smoothie – Made with banana, frozen strawberries, frozen mangoes, and almonds in pineapple-coconut juice.
- S. Pellegrino Soda – Available in Prickly Pear & O, Pomegranate & O, Clementine, Lemon, Orange, and Blood Orange
- Sparkling Water
- Natural Spring Water
- Plain Bottled Water
- Soy Milk
- Almond Milk
New Items on the Vegan Glory Menu
Vegan Glory has made some newer additions to its menu. Here are the available options:
- Impossible Dumplings – Fried or steamed vegan dumplings made with seasoned Impossible meat and onions and served with garlic chili ponzu.
- Impossible Vietnamese Spring Rolls – Stuffed with seasoned Impossible meat, vermicelli noodles, and carrots
- Vietnamese Bun – Includes Thai spaghetti, romaine lettuce, cucumber, cilantro, vegan beef jerky, and Impossible Vietnamese spring rolls. Comes with vegan sweet peanut fish sauce and pickled carrot on the side.
- Hong Kong Eggless Noodles with Impossible Dumplings – Thin, wheat noodles stir-fried in garlic soy oil. Served with steamed Chinese broccoli, Impossible Dumplings, and garlic chili ponzu.
- Pumpkin Curry with Nuggets – Thai curry made with coconut milk, pumpkin, bell pepper, snow peas, sweet basil, red curry paste, and vegan chicken nuggets.
- Oreo Pancakes – Plant-based pancakes containing crushed Oreos inside and come topped with whipped coconut cream, Oreo chunks, chocolate syrup, and chocolate powder.
- Seasonal Fruit Mint Lemonade
- Salted Matcha Coconut Latte
Vegan Glory is essentially a vegan Thai restaurant. But, its menu is pretty diverse and includes some non-Thai options as well.
These include a few Japanese dishes, a couple of Chinese foods, and some American classics too. All in all, Vegan Glory is a great place for vegans.
If you live in LA or visiting the city, make sure to stop by this vegan restaurant located on Beverly Boulevard for a delicious plant-based meal.
Did you find this article helpful? Interested to learn about other all-vegan restaurants in the country as well?
Check out my article Tane Vegan Izakaya Menu to find out what this Honolulu-based vegan restaurant offers.