San Francisco International Airport Vegan Options (2024)

Vegan Options at San Francisco Airport

Are you currently walking through and looking for vegan options at the San Francisco Airport?

You’re in the right place!

The San Francisco Airport has numerous, unique vegan options inside its walls. From burgers to curry to Filipino cuisine, vegans can enjoy a great selection of plant-based food at the San Fran Airport.

This guide is designed to show you the best vegan options inside the airport including great local spots and vegan friendly chains. We’ll also tell you where they are and even offer a few menu suggestions.

If you know of a place to get some great vegan food inside SFO, please reach out to us and let us know so we can continue to improve this resource.

Vegan Options at San Francisco Airport

Many chain location names are clickable and will take you to the complete vegan guide for that restaurant. Be aware that the options may vary at airport locations.

Harvey Milk Terminal 1

The Little Chihuahua (Gate B3)

Great Mexican restaurant where you can build your own bowl, burrito or tacos. Check with this location and verify the following options because we could not see the airport-specific menu. It may or may not be the same as their other locations. 

Your options include soy chorizo, pinto or black beans, nachos or chilaquiles with NO cheese or sour cream and fried plantains. There are also a couple of salad options. Just let them know you are vegan. 

Amy’s Drive Thru (Gate B6)

A sustainably focused cafe that advertises having vegan options.

Everything at Amy’s is vegetarian and egg-free, and EVERYTHING on the menu can be made vegan! That means the burgers, salads, milkshakes, fries, chili cheese fries, baked goods, mac and cheese, etc. are all vegan options if you just say you want them vegan.

Proper Food (Gate B8)

Proper Food offers a few breakfast and lunch vegan options and even labels them vegan on the menu. They do change their menu seasonally so be aware the following items may or may not be available but here’s what we have found…

Overnight Oats, Chia Pudding, Soba Noodle Salad, Soup, a Vegan Wrap, PB & J, various snacks and oat milk for your coffee. Open til 1pm.

Mama Go’s Filipino Cuisine (Gate B18)

Mama Go’s has replaced the restaurant, Goldilocks. Filipino cuisine is still available here along with vegan options.

For breakfast and lunch, you can find a veggie stir fry, Omnipork vegan spam, garlic fried rice and white rice. At lunch, that list also includes vegan pancit bihon rice noodles, soba noodles, edamame and finally a dessert, carioca.

Our VeggL user let us know this change had taken place. Thank you, Topher!!

Terminal 2

Dogpatch Bakehouse & Caffe (Gate C27)

Coffee, salads & sandwiches. We received info from a VeggL user that the avocado toast is vegan if you order it with NO cheese but other than that, we suggest you ask what other vegan options they have. 

Thank you, Sue!

The Plant Cafe and PinkberryOpens in a new tab.  (Gate D4)

The Plant Cafe has multiple vegan options. Although the name could suggest a 100% vegan restaurant, it is not. We suggest verifying which items are vegan before ordering. 

Pinkberry is a create-your-own frozen yogurt chain where you can find dairy-free options with vegan-friendly toppings.

Peet’s Coffee (Gates D7 / D15)

Peet’s offers coffee with non-dairy milk options. If you are looking for their vegan breakfast sandwich, we have been made aware this airport location does not have it. 

Andale Mexican Kitchen + Bar (Gate D16)

A VeggL user recommended Andale Mexican Kitchen. “They have an all-vegan tinga and soyrizo burrito/bowl/taco options. The rice and beans are vegan-friendly, and the vegan tinga is made with jackfruit – very tasty!” 

Thank you for your help, Topher!

Terminal 3


Starbucks Pink Drink
Starbucks Pink Drink

Starbucks (Arrival Level)

With the many options of non-dairy milk (oat, almond, soy, coconut) available at all Starbucks, there is almost an infinite number of vegan drinks you can order.

On the food side, you have a few options including the Chickpea Bites & Avocado Protein Box and Bagels (plain, cinnamon raisin, everything). Airport locations may be limited but also check for their Strawberry Overnight Grains and snacks. 

Sankaku (E2)

A Japanese restaurant offering quite a few vegetable dishes as well as edamame. Ask which items specifically do not contain any animal ingredients prior to ordering or can be modified. 

Be aware… A VeggL user let us know the noodle dishes contain either chicken, beef, or shrimp broth. This means that the Healthy Tofu Udon and Soba Noodles are not vegan options. Thank you for the info, Jonathan!

Burger King (E2)

Burger King's Impossible Whopper
Burger King’s Impossible Whopper (order with NO mayo) and Fries

The first fast food chain that brought us the Impossible Burger*. Pair it with some fries and you’ve got a quick and easy vegan-friendly meal as you roll through the airport. Be aware of cross-contamination. If this is an issue for you, ask if they can cook your burger in the microwave. 

Peet’s Coffee (E3 / F3)

Peet’s offers coffee with non-dairy milk options. If you are looking for their vegan breakfast sandwich, we have been made aware this airport location does not have it. 

Dogpatch Bakehouse & Caffe (E6)

Coffee, salads & sandwiches. We received info from our VeggL user Sue that the avocado toast is vegan if you order it with NO cheese but other than that, we suggest you ask what other vegan options they have. 

San Francisco Giants Club House (F13)

Their Beyond Burger specifically says vegan and even includes a vegan aoli. We’re not sure if their fries share a fryer with animal products. You can ask if this is a concern for you. 

Sidewalk Juice (Food Court near Gates F11-F22)

Cold press raw juices, fruit salads, acai fruit bowls and specialty coffee. Ask which items are vegan and if they have any non-dairy milk if need be. 

Koi Palace Express (Food Court near Gated F11-F22)

A VeggL user let us know Koi Palace Express’s Mapo Tofu is vegan. We suggest verifying prior to ordering. Another VeggL user let us know the noodles and spring rolls are ok as well. But be aware that the rice has egg in it. 

Thank you for the info, Jonathan and Nicholas!

Pie Five Pizza (Food Court near F11-F22)

Our VeggL user, Sue, let us know awesome info about Pie Five Pizza! They offer vegan cheese and impossible meatballs. 

Ladle & Leaf Restaurant (Food Court near F11-F22)

Offers a seasonal menu with soups, salads and sandwiches. While they do notate which items are vegetarian and dairy free, they do not notate which items are vegan. 

We suggest asking which items are vegan or can be made vegan. They do offer organic tofu, grains, veggies and dressings so you should be able to find something. 

Amoura (Food Court Near F11-F22)

Mediterranean cuisine with falafel, hummus and pita. We have not verified which items are specifically vegan.

However, we did get notified by a VeggL user that the rice does contain butter. We suggest asking what your options are before ordering. 

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More Links and Info

  • Want to see the full list of dining options inside San Francisco International Airport? Head over to San Francisco’s Dining Guide
  • Have more flights today? VeggL has Vegan Airport GuidesOpens in a new tab. for over two dozen airports now including locations like LAXOpens in a new tab. and Seattle-TacomaOpens in a new tab.
  • Cross-Contamination: As with any restaurant that is not 100% vegan or does not offer a designated vegan cooking space, cross-contamination can occur and fryers/grills may be shared with animal products. You can choose what your level of comfort is with these potential issues. 
  • Disclaimer: We do everything possible at VeggL to make sure all our Vegan Guides are as up-to-date as possible, but sometimes menus and menu items can change. VeggL is not responsible for incorrect or outdated information. Always check with your location and server to confirm items are vegan when ordering. If you notice something that needs to be corrected – please let us knowOpens in a new tab.!