Texas Roadhouse is a popular steakhouse chain that you probably won’t enjoy very much if you’re a vegan. They are not very forthcoming with their ingredients or allergen information, and their menu can vary from one location to another. It isn’t exactly shocking that a steakhouse doesn’t cater to vegans. However, it is still disappointing that there are so few vegan options available at their restaurants.
If you’re a vegan and you find yourself stuck at a Texas Roadhouse, your best bet is to stick with side items. Even then, your choices will be very, very limited if you live a vegan lifestyle and are stuck eating at a Texas Roadhouse.
You should also be wary of potentially vegan menu items being cooked on the same surfaces or in the same oil as non-vegan items. Suffice it to say, Texas Roadhouse is not vegan friendly at all — not even a little bit. Scroll down to see what sides are vegan.
- House Salad w/ Oil and Vinegar
- Fresh Vegetables (ask how they are prepared, some may not be vegan after all due to added ingredients)
- Plain Baked Potato
- Plain Sweet Potato
All in all, if you are a vegan looking for somewhere to have a nice dinner out, Texas Roadhouse probably isn’t the best choice. While your friends may end up dragging you here, if you have the choice, you’re probably better off going to almost any other restaurant.
We hope you found this list of vegan options at Texas Roadhouse helpful. If you have any health conditions such as food sensitivities or other dietary restrictions, eating at a Texas Roadhouse may be difficult because of the chain’s lack of transparency when it comes to the possible allergens in their ingredients. If you’d like to find more lists like this one, please check out the rest of VeganFoodLover.com.
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