People are sometimes skeptical when it comes to vegan restaurants. Some think a vegan diet cannot provide human body enough protein and others think vegan food just simply tastes bad, but that is not true. Vegan food can be just as good as any other food. Here are the best of the best vegan restaurants in Boston that are worth to try.

1. By Chloe

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By Chloe is a 100% plant-based vegan restaurant that so many vegan would fly to LA and NYC for; and it finally has came to Boston. Their food are guaranteed made daily and the ingredients are featured locally.

People go crazy about this place because not only do they have normal vegan options like avocado toast and salad bowls, but they also have a vegan burger, hot dog, fries, and mac and cheese. Yes, vegan mac and cheese! 

2. Veggie Crust

Veggie Crust in Somerville serves vegan and vegetarian pizza, paninis, pastas, salads and non-dairy ice cream. You could either go for the popular menu items like "Soy Meat Barbeque", or customize your own pizza. Everything is homemade, including their vegan ice cream. They even have gluten free options. 

3. Cuong's Vegan

Deep fried tofu with toasted french roll, fried veggie beef, carrot cake with "cream cheese," those are just some of the offerings at this vegan restaurant in Boston. Cuong might not be the healthiest vegan place, but it definitely gives you the flavor and satisfaction that a non-vegan diet typically brings.

If you are looking for something quick and easy, go get a yummy Vietnamese sandwich from Cuong's. It's right downtown, making it a perfect lunch stop in between work or class. Also don't forget to get a taro bubble tea to have with your sandwich. 

4. My Thai Vegan Cafe

For meat lovers out there, My Thai Vegan Cafe  might make you give up on actual meat. Located in the heart of Chinatown, this place has veggie meats are incredibly flavorful and a huge selection You can literally find any meat you want here made out of plants: veggie chicken, beef, duck, shrimp and even veggie scallop and veggie clam.

5. Earls Kitchen + Bar

Earls is a vegan friendly restaurant that has a separate vegan and vegetarian menu. The quinoa bowl and Korean Bibimbap are healthy go-to options, but if you are craving for junk food, the Southwest Burger is a must have. Brown rice mushroom-based patty with Guacamole and crispy tortilla in a freshly baked brioche bun, who still needs a meat burger?

A plant-based vegan diet is good for both the human body health and environmental sustainability. And there are so many different ways of eating vegan. Just remember, you don't have to give up your burger and pizza to become a vegan, especially not with these vegan restaurants in Boston.