The Fussy Vegan 

The Fussy Vegan in Blairgowrie is a favourite among vegans in Randburg. The eatery here offers a wide range of delicious vegan meals, treats and snacks. The menu features three wraps, the Breakfast Burrito, the Lunchtime Burrito and the Mac + Cheese Burrito. While all of these are worthy contenders for the best wraps in the city, we're suckers for the creamy and oh-so cheesy mac and cheese wrapped up in a chewy burrito.

Contact details: 060 716 6029 | Caltex Waterfall, Jan Smuts Avenue, Blairgowrie | [email protected] |

Doppio Zero

Doppio Zero has become one of our favourite spots to grab a bite to eat, thanks to their many tasty vegan offerings. One such offering is the Nomad Wrap. This wrap is stuffed with beetroot pealafal fritters, hummus, salsa, cos lettuce, radish, tahini dressing, chickpeas, mangetout, carrot and cucumber. With several branches scattered across the city, there really is no reason not to stop by.

Contact details: 011 486 4119 | [email protected] |

Lexi's Healthy Eatery 

Lexi's Healthy Eatery is the place to be when you're craving a yummy wrap that's easy on the calories. Their menu offers five varieties of wraps, all satisfying in their own right. But if we had to choose just one, it would be the Pulled Mushroom with pulled oyster mushrooms in a smokey sauce, cashew cream African-style spinach, chilli and red cabbage. This can be served on your choice of a low-carb or gluten-free wrap. Or, switch things up and make a sandwich out of it.

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Greenside Cafe

Based in Greenside, the Greenside Cafe offers a healthy range of vegan meals that are good for you and the planet. And they are incredibly delicious too. The BLT Wrap is a must-try. Choose between a wholewheat, nori seaweed or gluten-free wrap filled with vegan bacon, tomato, lettuce, onion and cashew nut cream. Before you leave, make sure you have a slice of their famed Raw Maple Cheese Cake.

Contact details: 011 646 3444 | 34 Gleneagles Road, Greenside | [email protected] |

Jackson's Real Food Market 

With branches in Bryanston and Kyalami, this eatery is your go-to for delicious and nutritious treats of all sorts. Their Hummus Raw Veggie Wrap consists of carrot and cucumber sticks, raw kale, avocado, sprouts, turmeric kraut, cocktail tomatoes, chopped rocket and basil and raw cashew nut hummus served on a beetroot and acai wrap. There's no better way to get your vitamin boost.

Contact details: 011 463 1598 | [email protected] |

Wrap Shack 

For the most colourful wraps around, head to the Wrap Shack. This food stall crafts a rainbow of wraps, infused with beetroot, spinach, sweet potato, sundried tomato and butternut. Not only do they look good, but they taste good too. You can purchase packs of these wraps or get them stuffed with falafel balls, rainbow slaw, pineapple salsa, avo slices and homemade cashew mayo. You can find the Wrap Shack at most vegan markets in the city.

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What is your favourite vegan wrap in the city? Let us know in the comments section below!

Vegeata, Vegan Catering & Food Stand

Our readers are well aware of how much we love Vegeata, as we can not stop going on about this food stall. You only need taste one of the many menu items to understand why. Some of these menu items include a fried tofu bao bun, pulled jackfruit nachos and delectable fried mushrooms. Our current favourite is the Fried Chick'n and Bacun Burger. This features a fresh bun topped with crispy bacun, creamy ranch, lettuce, tomato and the juiciest piece of fried chick'n. You can find Vegeata at various markets. But if that isn't enough (and it really isn't) then you can find their delicious cupcakes and sandwiches at Jackson's Real Food Market or get their ginormous doughnuts at The Fussy Vegan.

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The Chaat Cart

This food stall makes some amazingly tasty Indian food. All of their food is vegetarian, but they do pop up at the popular vegan markets. They specialise in chaat (short for chatpatta), meaning "lip-smacking". This is a sentiment that could not be more true, as the flavours in their pani puri, sev puri and bhel puri are truly lip smacking. This food truck is available at various events and markets, so keep an eye on their Facebook page to find them.

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The Wrap Shack

We love wraps, in all shapes, colours and sizes. And The Wrap Shack is certainly giving us a rainbow of wraps. They have white, yellow, green, orange and pink wraps. They fill these colourful blankets with a variety of delicious and healthy options such as falafels, rainbow salads, salsa and avo. This is definitely the cuisine of choice for those wanting to have healthy and tasty food. Check out their Facebook page to stay up to date with the events and markets where you'll be able to find them.

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The Flip Side Cafe

This food stall provides allergy free wraps and pancakes. Not only do they make yummy wraps, stews, curries, rusks and other baked goods. But they also make a truly epic chai tea and vegan hot chocolate. You can also grab a slice or two of their impeccable cakes and tarts. But our favourite has got to be the Patty Stack; a sweet potato rosti topped with smoked chilli mayo, lettuce, a lentil patty, baby marrow patty, olive tapenade and micro greens. Check out their Facebook page to see their upcoming events.

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Leafy Greens

Leafy Greens Cafe is a buffet-style eatery in the picturesque Muldersdrift. They offer healthy vegan fare that leaves us wanting more. They often have food stalls at our favourite vegan markets. Some of their best options available include the Beyond Burger, featuring the ever-popular Beyond Meat Burger patty. But we are suckers for all their decadent baked treats such as the rich chocolate cake and the creamy cheesecake. Not only do they sell their vegan fare at markets and their restaurant, but they also offer cooking classes. Check out their Facebook page for more.

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Herbi Vohr

That's right! Our favourite seitan biltong producer is now also a food stall. Herbi Vohr has recently started using their own produce to make mouth-watering meals for their patrons. The items on their menu includes a vegan breakfast and some refreshing sandwiches made from their deli cuts. Vegan markets will now have not one, but two Herbi Vohr stalls, one for the freshly made meals and another where you can purchase their seitan meats such as their famous biltong. Have a look at their Facebook page to see any upcoming events, fantastic recipes and retailers.

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