The Ultimate Guide To Vegetarian Fast Food Options

A bunch of vegetarian fast food options from different drive thru restaurants

As someone who has been following a flexitarian and plant-based lifestyle for years, I've grown accustomed to easily finding delicious vegetarian food locally in Portland, Oregon, and even when I used to live in Nashville, Tennessee.

However, I think we’ve all faced the occasional challenge of trying to find vegetarian options while traveling or on road trips, when fast food restaurants are the only easy option around. 

Choosing to eat vegetarian or plant-based meals offers a multitude of benefits for our health, the planet, and the welfare of animals. Not only can it help lower the risk of chronic diseases, but it also contributes to the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions and saves countless animals from cruel factory farming practices. 

Unfortunately, tracking down plant-based menu items at fast food restaurants isn’t all that easy. After too many incidents of pulling into a drive-thru only to be greeted with a menu full of meat, I decided to create this guide.

Whether you're seeking out vegetarian options for yourself or simply figuring out the best restaurant to navigate to for your road trip partner who doesn't eat meat — this guide will provide valuable information on the best plant-based options at fast food restaurants in the United States. Plus, the low-down on the new meat alternatives sweeping the fast-food industry

And if you're ever uncertain, don't hesitate to ask the restaurant whether a particular item is vegetarian or not. Keep in mind that menu items may change over time, and it's important to note that most of these restaurants don't designate vegetarian-only preparation surfaces, which unfortunately means there may be some degree of cross-contamination.

If you’re short on time, here’s our ranking of the fast food restaurants with the best vegetarian offerings:

  1. Taco Bell
  2. Starbucks
  3. Panera
  4. Chipotle
  5. Panda Express
  6. Qdoba

When in doubt, ask the restaurant if an item is vegetarian. Menu items may change over time. And of course, most of these restaurants don’t designate vegetarian-only preparation surfaces — so there may be some degree of cross-contamination, unfortunately. 

With that said, let's dive into our comprehensive guide to finding delicious and satisfying vegetarian options at America's most popular fast food chains!

Best Vegetarian Fast Food Options

We’ve compiled this guide based on the top 30 most-common fast food restaurants in the United States — minus pizza and sandwich shops (because it’s pretty simple to figure out how to not add meat to those).

This is a complete list of every vegetarian-friendly on-menu option available at these restaurants. When an item is “off-menu” or is only available at limited restaurants, we’ve indicated as such — so you don’t get your hopes up.

We plan to update this article quarterly, as new vegetarian options become available at more and more restaurants.


We all know Arby’s slogan is “We have the meats” — and unfortunately that means it’s pretty hard to find much else. You’ll do best to stick to the sides menu — but we’re not sure fried potatoes, cheese, and jalapeños constitutes a meal.


No vegetarian entrées


Curly Fries

Crinkle Fries

Mozzarella Sticks

Jalepeño Bites


Bojangles is known for their biscuits — and they actually has some pretty solid vegetarian options available for biscuit lovers. Plus, their sides include a pretty diverse range of foods, including vegetables!


Egg & Cheese Biscuit

Pimento Cheese Biscuit


Bo* Fries

Bo-Tato Rounds

Dirty Rice

Macaroni & Cheese

Mashed Potatoes with no gravy

Cajun Pintos

Cole Slaw

Green Beans

Burger King

In 2019, Burger King was among the first major fast food chains to release a meat alternative nationwide. While the restaurant doesn’t offer very many additional vegetarian-friendly options, their Impossible Whoppers really do hit the spot if you’re looking for a fair-priced fast food burger.

Impossible Whopper, with words that says 100 Flame-Grilled 0% Beef
Impossible Whopper from Burger King / Photo courtesy of Burger King


Single Impossible King

Impossible Whopper


Classic Fries

Onion Rings

Mozzarella Sticks

MOTTS Applesauce


While this is off-menu (and doesn’t work if you order in-app or online), you can totally customize your own veggie burger with Burger King’s Impossible patty. Mix and match sauces, makes it a double burger, or throw some onion rings between the buns! 

Carl’s Jr. / Hardee’s

Carl’s Jr. and Hardee’s are two chains owned by one company. They share similar logos, menus offerings, and marketing strategies. But unfortunately, they don’t share the same goal of catering to vegetarian customers. While Carl’s Jr. recently launched Beyond Burgers at all of their locations, Hardee’s doesn’t have any vegetarian entrée offerings.

Beyond Famous Star Burger
Beyond Famous Star Burger / Photo courtesy of Carl's Jr.


Beyond Famous Star Burger

Super Star Burger - Substitute Beyond Meat Patty

Western Bacon Cheeseburger - Substitute Beyond Meat Patty

Double Western Bacon Cheeseburger - Substitute Beyond Meat Patty

The Big Carl Burger - Substitute Beyond Meat Patty

Original Angus Burger - Substitute Beyond Meat Patty

Guacamole Bacon Angus Burger - Substitute Beyond Meat Patty

Jalapeño Angus Burger - Substitute Beyond Meat Patty

California Classic Double Cheeseburger - Substitute Beyond Meat Patty

Big Hamburger - Substitute Beyond Meat Patty

All of the above are available at Carl’s Jr. — but not at Hardee’s


French Toast Dips


Natural-Cut French Fries

Waffle Fries

Fried Zucchini

Onion Rings

Jalepeno Poppers

Cinnamon Roll 

Checkers / Rally’s

Chekers and Rally’s are another duo of restaurants operated by the same company — though unlike Carl’s Jr. and Hardees, they have nearly identical menus. Unfortunately, those menus mostly just include meat. 


No vegetarian entrées


Famous Seasoned Fries

Fry-Seasoned Monstrella Stix

Funnel Cake Fries


For years, it was nearly impossible to find vegetarian-friendly menu items at Chick-fil-A. Sure, you could ask them to hold the chicken on a salad order. Or you could get Waffle Fries or a tiny little Kale Crunch Side — but there wasn’t really anything substantive available.

That is, until 2023 when Chick-fil-A began testing a plant-based alternative to their fried chicken. Instead of partnering with Beyond or Impossible to make a meat-free chicken, they’ve opted to use breaded, fried cauliflower.

Right now, it’s only available in select markets for a limited time, but hopefully it will be greeted with fanfare and roll out nationwide soon. 

Chick-fil-A Cauliflower Sandwich with raw cauliflower
Chick-fil-A Cauliflower Sandwich / Photo courtesy of Chick-fil-A


Chick-fil-A Cauliflower Sandwich

Cobb Salad with no chicken

Cobb Salad with cauliflower filet (in select markets)

Spicy Southwest Salad with no chicken

Spicy Southwest Salad with cauliflower filet (in select markets)

Market Salad with no chicken

Market Salad with cauliflower filet (in select markets)


Chick-fil-A Waffle Potato Fries

Side Salad  

Mac & Cheese

Kale Crunch Side

Buttered Biscuit

English Muffin

Hash Browns

Greek Yogurt Parfait

Fruit Cup

Chipotle Mexican Grill

Chipotle has long been a refuge for vegetarians looking for a filling, nutritious meal at a fair price. By simply opting out from adding meat to your burrito, bowl, or tacos, Chipotle rewards you with free guacamole.

The fast casual Mexican restaurant has also toyed around with some meat alternatives. They’ve had Sofritas on the menu since 2014 and in 2022, they released a Plant-Based Chorizo for a limited time. 

Veggie burrito Bowl with Guac from Chipotle
Veggie burrito Bowl with Guac from Chipotle / Photo courtesy of Chipotle


Sofritas Burrito

Veggie Burrito

Sofritas Bowl

Veggie Bowl

Sofritas Salad

Veggie Salad

Sofritas Tacos

Veggie Tacos

Veggie Full Lifestyle Bowl

Plant Powered Lifestyle Bowl

Sofritas Quesadilla

Cheese Quesadilla

Fajita Quesadilla


Chips & Salsa

Chips & Guacamole

Chips & Queso Blanco

Kid’s Fruit

Church’s Chicken

I’ve found that — as a general rule — if a restaurant has some kind of meat in the name, there aren’t going to be very many vegetarian entrées on the menu. This is true, once again, with Church’s.

Fortunately, their extensive “Sides & Sweets” menu comes to the rescue — with a lot of delicious, and potentially filling options.


No vegetarian entrées


Jalepeño Cheese Bombers



Honey-Butter Biscuit

Baked Mac & Cheese

Fried Okra

Jalepeño Peppers


Mashed Potatoes

Apple Pie

Frosted Honey-Butter Biscuit


While most people visit Culver’s for its iconic ButterBurgers, most vegetarians will have to make a hard pivot toward an entirely different part of the menu… the soup menu. 

Culver’s offers two hearty soups that are fully vegetarian — plus a grilled cheese sandwich (from the kids' menu). 

Some locations around the U.S. have a veggie patty option available, but it seems to be pretty hit or miss, so it would be best not to count on it.

Harvest Veggie Burger on a platter
Harvest Veggie Burger from Culver's / Photo courtesy of Culver's


Harvest Veggie Burger - Currently at select locations

Broccoli Cheese Soup

Tomato Florentine Soup

Grilled Cheese - From the kids' menu


Side Salad

Wisconsin Cheese Curds

Crinkle Cut Fries

Onion Rings

Pretzel Bites with Wisconsin Cheddar Cheese Sauce


Mashed Potatoes & Gravy

Steamed Broccoli

Green Beans

Dinner Roll


You can also ask for any of their Fresh Salads without meat

Dairy Queen

For most of its history, Dairy Queen has been mainly known for its ice cream. (Mmmmm… Blizzards!) But in 2004, they rebranded with the tagline “Grill and Chill” — putting a new emphasis on food options.

Unfortunately… essentially none of those food options are vegetarian-friendly. So it might be best to fill up on ice cream and drive on to the next location.


No vegetarian entrées


Side Salad


Onion Rings

Pretzel Sticks with Zesty Queso

Cheese Curds


America runs on Dunkin’ — and they’ve got a few simple breakfast items for vegetarians, too. Get yourself some coffee and doughnuts — and maybe even throw in a breakfast sandwich or a bagel.

Dunkin’ used to have Beyond Breakfast Sandwiches — and later, a Southwest Veggie Power Breakfast Sandwich — available at nearly all of their locations, directly competing with Starbucks’ Impossible Breakfast Sandwich — but unfortunately, they decided to discontinue them for some reason.

Beyond Breakfast Sandwich from Dunkin'
The now-discontinued Beyond Breakfast Sandwich from Dunkin' / Photo courtesy of Dunkin'


Egg & Cheese Sandwich

Bagels with Cream Cheese Spread



Munchkins Donut Hole Treats

Hash Browns

Stuffed Bagel Minis



English Muffin

Five Guys

Five Guys has more than 1,400 locations across the United States — and while they don’t have a lot of vegetarian-friendly options available, they have a sandwich option and a fry option, which is probably about all you need at a simple burger spot.


Veggie Sandwich

Cheese Veggie Sandwich

Grilled Cheese


Five Guys Style Fries

Cajun Style Fries

In-N-Out Burger

Unfortunately, even with In-N-Out’s iconic secret menu, there just aren’t very many good options for vegetarians at this iconic burger shop. Many advocates have been pushing for the beloved chain to add some sort of meat alternative to swap meat patties for — and hopefully, the company will bring that to life in the future.


Grilled Cheese

Veggie Burger - No burger; just a toasted bun with In-N-Out spread, tomato, fresh onion, and lettuce.


French Fries

Hashbrown Sticks

Jack in the Box

Jack in the Box, unfortunately, has meat in almost every item on the menu. You have to jump to the breakfast menu or kids' menu before you find anything that’s not a side.

Fortunately, it looks like Jack in the Box is slowly rolling out an Impossible Burger at a number of their locations around the U.S. I was able to test it in Portland and loved it.

Jack in the Box previously tested an Unchicken Sandwich in partnership with Tyson-owned Raised & Rooted. Hopefully the restaurant chain will continue to roll out plant-based options across the country.

Impossible Sourdough Jack Burger from Jack in the Box. Interestingly, Jack in the Box has been advertising it with bacon, an indication that they're seeking to cater to flexitarians or those reducing their meat intake — not just vegetarians / Photo courtesy of Jack in the Box


Impossible Burger - Currently at select locations

Mini Pancakes

Grilled Cheese - From the kids' menu


Side Salad

Mozzarella Cheese Sticks

French Fries

Seasoned Curly Fries

Onion Rings

Stuffed Jalapenos

Apple Bites

Mini Churros


In 1991, Kentucky Fried Chicken rebranded to KFC with the stated goal of de-emphasizing “fried” at a time when Americans were becoming increasingly health-conscious. (Plus, KFC has way fewer syllables.)

Unfortunately, removing “chicken” from the brand name didn’t usher in a beautiful new era of chicken-free menu items. You’ll have to stick to their sides — which are admittedly pretty solid.

KFC was the first restaurant to roll out a national plant-based chicken option, partnering with Beyond Meat to offer the product in more than 4,000 locations. Unfortunately, within a year KFC stopped offering Beyond Fried Chicken and Beyond Nuggets at their restaurants and hasn’t indicated if they plan to bring it back in the future.

A bucket of KFC's Beyond Fried Chicken with sauce
KFC's Beyond Fried Chicken / Photo courtesy of KFC


No vegetarian entrées


Secret Recipe Fries

Mashed Potatoes without gravy

BBQ Baked Beans

Mac & Cheese


Cole Slaw

Green Beans

Corn on the Cob

Whole Kernel Corn


A decade ago I was in India, working with a nonprofit, and I paid a visit to McDonald’s for some good ol’ American comfort food. I was absolutely blown away by the number of vegetarian burger options available. 

Sure, there’s much more demand for vegetarian (and especially non-beef) options in India — but it left me feeling dismayed that there are so few vegetarian options at American McDonald’s.

The corporation has tested a McPlant (in partnership with Beyond Meat) at several locations around the world — and a few restaurants in the United States — but it’s unclear if they’ll ever roll out nationally.

McPlant Burger from McDonald's
PcPlant from McDonald's / Photo courtesy of McDonald's


No vegetarian entrées



Fruit & Maple Oatmeal


As far as breakfast goes, one easy option is to order an Egg McMuffin without Canadian Bacon or a Bacon, Egg & Cheese Biscuit without bacon. The Sausage Burrito is also pretty good without sausage.


Side Salad

World Famous Fries

Apple Fritter

Blueberry Muffin

Cinnamon Roll with Cream Cheese Icing

Baked Apple Pie

Panda Express

Panda Express actually has a solid selection of vegetarian options. You can pair Beyond (Orange) Chicken, tofu, or veggies with chow mein, white rice, or brown rice — giving you a diverse range of options. Plus, a side of veggie spring rolls or cream cheese rangoons could really be the icing on the cake.

Beyond The Original Orange Chicken on rice
Beyond The Original Orange Chicken from Panda Express / Photo courtesy of Panda Express


Beyond The Original Orange Chicken

Super Greens - Pair with chow mein or rice

Eggplant Tofu - Not yet available at all locations


Veggie Spring Roll

Cream Cheese Rangoon

Chow Mein

Fried Rice

White Rice

Brown Rice

Panera Bread

Panera has one of the largest selections of vegetarian options on this list. Between sandwiches, soups, pastas, salads, and pizzas — it’ll be hard not to find something to suit your taste. 

Green Goddess Caprese Melt on a Toasted Baguette
Green Goddess Caprese Melt on a Toasted Baguette / Photo courtesy of Panera


Green Goddess Caprese Melt on a Toasted Baguette

​​Classic Grilled Cheese Sandwich

Mediterranean Veggie Sandwich

Classic Grilled Cheese & Creamy Tomato Soup

Mexican Street Corn Chowder

Mac & Cheese

Broccoli Cheddar Soup

Creamy Tomato Soup

Broccoli Cheddar Mac & Cheese

Bistro French Onion Soup

Greek Salad

Baja Bowl

Mediterranean Bowl

Margherita Flatbread Pizza

Cheese Flatbread Pizza


Avocado, Egg White, Spinach & Cheese on Sprouted Grain Bagel Flat

Scrambled Egg & Cheese on Ciabatta

Scrambled Egg & Cheese on Brioche

Egg & Cheese on Brioche

Four Cheese Souffle

Spinach & Artichoke Souffle

Green Yogurt with Mixed Berries Parfait

Steel Cut Oatmeal with Strawberries & Pecans



French Baguette

Bread Bowl

Hard Boiled Eggs



Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen

Popeyes doesn’t necessarily have a great vegetarian selection. Still, you have to give them points for having a diverse range of sides — including some actual vegetables that aren’t even fried!


No vegetarian entrées


Cajun Fries

Mashed Potatoes without gravy




Mac & Cheese

Corn on the Cob

Cole Slaw


Qdoba Mexican Eats

Like Chipotle, Qdoba offers a substantial number of options for vegetarians. Whether you want a bowl, burrito, or salad — you can swap out meat for vegetables, guacamole, or Impossible meat. 

Qdoba's Plant-Based Impossible Bowl
Qdoba Burrito bowl with Impossible Meat / Photo courtesy of Qdoba


Impossible Fajita Bowl

Fajita Vegan Bowl

Veggie Bowl

Impossible Fajita Burrito

Veggie Burrito

Impossible Taco Salad

Veggie Salad

Cheese Quesadilla


3-Cheese Queso & Chips

Queso Diablo & Chips

Hand-Crafted Guacamole & Chips

Salsa & Chips

Black Beans

Brown Rice

Cilantro Lime Rice

Sonic Drive-In

While Sonic has several (mostly-fried) vegetarian-friendly sides, they lack any substantive entrées. Your only two on-menu options are a grilled cheese sandwich and their breakfast French toast sticks. You might be able to make some creative special requests with the rest of their extensive menu.


Grilled Cheese Sandwich

French Toast Sticks



Cheese Fries


Cheese Tots

BBQ Chip Seasoned Tots

Ched ‘R’ Peppers

Onion Rings

Mozzarella Sticks

Soft Pretzel Twist

Cinnabon Cinnasnacks with Cream Cheese Frosting


With thousands of locations all of the United States, Starbucks has been a go-to for more than just coffee. They’ve continually expanded their food offerings — and it’s clear that they’ve been intentional about offering many excellent vegetarian options. 

Their Impossible Breakfast Sandwich and Spinach, Feta & Egg White Wrap have become go-to choices when I need a quick, filling meal while traveling. 

Spinach, Feta & Egg White Wrap
Starbucks' Spinach, Feta & Egg White Wrap / Photo courtesy of Starbucks


Crispy Grilled Cheese on Sourdough

Tomato & Mozzarella on Focaccia

Eggs & Gouda Protein Box

Cheese Trio Protein Box

Chickpea Bites & Avocado Protein Box

Eggs & Cheddar Protein Box

PB&J Protein Box

Cheese & Fruit Protein Box

Impossible Breakfast Sandwich

Spinach, Feta & Egg White Wrap

Kale & Mushroom Egg Bites

Egg White & Roasted Red Pepper Egg Bites

Rolled & Steel-Cut Oatmeal

Berry Trio Parfait

Strawberry Overnight Grains





Butter Croissant

Chocolate Croissant

Avocado Spread

Cookies, Brownies & Bars

Loaves, Cakes & Buns

Danishes & Doughnuts

Muffins & Scones

Cake Pops

Fruit & Nut Packet

Snack Bars

Steak ‘n Shake

Steak ‘n Shake is another one of those restaurants that clearly isn’t trying to cater to vegetarian customers. They really don’t have any good options available — and even their sides aren’t anything to write home about.


Garden Fresh Salad

Grilled Cheese from the kids' menu



Cheese Fries

Onion Rings

Hash Browns

Baked Beans


Taco Bell

Taco Bell is the vegetarian holy grail of fast food restaurants. They proudly emphasize their veggie-centric options via their “Veggie Cravings” menu — and they continue to add new items to it at the same rate as their meat-based offerings.

The chain is also amazing for vegetarians because you can essentially convert nearly any menu item by simply swapping meat for beans, potatoes, or veggies. (Plus, who doesn’t love a Baja Blast.)

In June 2023, Taco Bell even announced they were testing a fully vegan Crunchwrap Supreme.

Anytime I’m on a roadtrip and need to pull off the highway for a quick bite to eat, I’m always down to drive a little bit out of the way to find a Taco Bell.

Black Bean Crunchwrap Supreme
Taco Bell's Black Bean Crunchwrap Supreme / Photo courtesy of Taco Bell


Bean Burrito

Cheesy Bean and Rice Burrito

Black Bean Quesarito

Fiesta Veggie Burrito

Spicy Potato Soft Taco

Black Bean Chalupa Supreme

Black Bean Crunchwrap Supreme

Veggie Mexico Pizza

Cheese Quesadilla

Power Menu Bowl - Veggie


Cheesy Toasted Breakfast Burrito Potato

Breakfast Quesadilla Veggie

Hash Brown


Chips and Nacho Cheese Sauce

Cheesy Roll Up

Cheesy Fiesta Potatoes

Black Beans

Black Beans and Rice

Pintos N Cheese

Cinnamon Twists

Cinnabon Delights


As ubiquitous as Wendy’s is, it’s surprising they haven’t tries to create any vegetarian entrée options. The only non-side they currently have is their French toast sticks from their breakfast menu. 

The one thing Wendy’s does have going for it, though, is their baked potatoes. As long as you avoid the bacon, you can load one or two of these up and get a pretty filling meal. 


No vegetarian entrées


Homestyle French Toast Sticks


French Fries

Garlic Fries

Cheese Fries

Seasoned Potatoes

Sour Cream and Chive Baked Potato

Cheese Baked Potato

Plain Baked Potato

Apple Bites

Oatmeal Bar

Honey Butter Biscuit


If you’re visiting this iconic Texas-based restaurant as a vegetarian, your best bet will always be to order a salad and ask them to hold the chicken. Their Potato Taquito is also great if you can get your hands on it.


Cobb Salad with no chicken

Garden Salad with no chicken

Apple & Cranberry Salad with no chicken

Grilled Cheese 


Potato Taquito with Cheese

Egg Sandwich

Egg and Cheese Biscuit




Apple Slices

French Fries

Onion Rings

Cinnamon Roll

Hash Brown Sticks


Our last item on this alphabetical list is pretty representative of most fast food restaurants. Nearly all of their options are meat-centric and their meat-free options seem to be an afterthought. Their sides don’t quite add up to a full meal, but at least you won’t be starving if you do end up here.


The Cobb Zalad with no chicken

The House Zalad with no chicken

Kiddie Cheese


Fried White Cheddar Bites

Fried Pickles

Crinkle Fries


Basket of Texas Toast

Other Notable Mentions for Eating Meatless


Pizza is one of the easiest fast food choices for vegetarians because a cheese pizza is already a delicious meal. Throw some veggies on there and you have yourself a feast.

Look out for major pizza chains like Domino’s, Little Caesars, Papa John’s, and Pizza Hut — or go out of your way to support a local pizza shop.


Sandwiches are another easy option, with great chains like Jimmy John’s, Jersey Mike’s Subs, and Subway all over the country. Any pre-made sandwich can be made vegetarian by simply asking for no-meat — but there are countless ways you can load up your own sandwich full of delicious veggies.

Local Restaurants

Don’t be afraid to drive a few minutes off the beaten path to track down a local restaurant. The money you spend will stay right in the local community — and they might even be more receptive to substitution requests.

Grocery Store

If you’re on a road trip or visiting an unfamiliar town, you’re not exclusively limited to the standard national fast food restaurants. Don’t be afraid to drive a little bit out of your way to a grocery store and put together your own vegetarian or vegan meal with a few ingredients. (Here’s a grocery list of vegan foods!) It’s not as convenient, but you’ll end up with total control. 

Vegan and Vegetarian Fast-Food Chains

In recent years, the U.S. has seen a rise in fast-casual restaurants that cater to vegetarians. Fast food joints like Native Foods, Next Level Burger, and Veggie Grill are popping up across the country and are helping more folks consider how delicious a plant-based meal can be.

If you’re exploring the east coast or west coast, consider looking for some of these regional chains.

Choosing Plant-Based Can Make a Difference in the Restaurant Industry

I do want to add one closing note: Choosing to eat vegetarian at fast food restaurants matters. Every individual action we take makes a difference for animals and the planet — but they’re exponentially more impactful when they cause multinational corporations to change.

McDonald’s is alone the world’s biggest purchaser of beef and the second biggest buyer of chicken — after KFC. And the meat industry has a chokehold on the fast food industry. 

Consumer pressure is the only thing that will force the largest meat producers in the world to shift their strategies. When delicious, convenient meat-free options become more available, more non-vegetarians will choose to eat them. And then the cycle continues.

Reward the restaurants that have already gone out of their way to create amazing plant-based options — and demand that others companies follow suit.

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