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Good, Amazing Vegan Food isn’t that hard to find in London these days and it’s only getting better and better. A lot of restaurants offer Vegan options, even the big chains like Nando’s, Pizza Express and Zizzi’s but if you’re like me you probably like going to a purely Vegetarian or Vegan restaurant so you can choose pretty much anything off of the menu?
If that’s right and you’re in need of some ideas on where to get good Vegan Food in London, here’s where I’d recommend going:
I found these guys whilst in Dinerama Street Food Market in Shoreditch. I was sure there would be vegan options inside the market but I was very happy to see 100% Vegan on Club Mexicana’s sign as soon as I walked in.
The Taco’s are good, the Tortilla Chips & Guacamole are good and the Cheeze Fries are pretty amazing!
Club Mexicana are also located in Camden Market and The Spread Eagle in Homerton.
If you want some more cool London Street Food Markets to visit, all of which have Vegan options, check out this post:
Talking of Camden, I was very happy to turn a corner in the busy food market one Saturday and see Vegan Plant Based Burgers!
I had the Seitan Schnitzel with Sweet Potato Fries and I took a Brownie home for later and all of them were amazing!
VBurger dubs itself as London’s Ultimate Vegan Burger Bar and they’re located near Gilgamesh in the small section of the market by the bridge.
Mildred’s is a popular place to go as they serve only Vegetarian and Vegan options! It’s so popular that you can only book reservations for big groups and will more than likely need to queue if you go on a weekend or evening but I promise it’s worth it.
I went to the one in Kings Cross before I was Vegan and had the waffles and ice cream for Brunch which was all Vegan and so amazing. In fact it was a contributor in me going Vegan as I realised how good it can still be! I’ve since been back for dinner in Kings Cross which was equally good!
Be warned that the Soho branch can get particularly busy as it’s very small.
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This place is a little gem, and it is literally quite little but don’t let that put you off. I went here with my friend Lucy who is a big fan of this place and I can see why!
I believe 222 Vegan used to be called 222 Veggie Vegan serving Vegetarian and Vegan options but now its 100% Vegan which is great! They have such a good menu offering so many popular dishes that have been turned Vegan, plus a good selection of Vegan, Organic wines.
If you visit at lunchtime they set up a Vegan buffet which is really good according to Lucy!
Lucy’s post of 10 Vegan Restaurants in London also gives lots more options!
I’d definitely heard of Deliciously Ella before but to be honest, before turning Vegan I didn’t realise she had Deli’s in London that are all plant-based. She used to have 3 locations but now it’s just the 1 in Mayfair.
I went here for brunch on a Saturday morning, I wasn’t too impressed to be honest because it was so busy and the staff seemed rather stressed but it was a rainy Saturday morning and most of London is looking for brunch at this time.
The deli does offer really good breakfast and lunch options so I’d definitely recommend it, just try to go when it’s a bit quieter!
If you want some naughty but nice American style Vegan food then Eat By Chloe is a good choice.
It’s located right in the middle of Covent Garden with a fast food / Instagramable vibe. They offer plenty of options for brunch, lunch and dinner, and they even have some sweet treats!
Located in the centre of the colourful Neal’s Yard in Covent Garden Wild Food Cafe has been offering Fresh, Organic, Vegetarian food for quite some time and they offer plenty of Vegan food too!
If you’re in London for a day of shopping or sightseeing then the Wild Food Cafe is a great place to go as it’s really central and in a cool, unique location in London.
Hackney is such a good hub for Vegan food so it makes sense that they have their own Vegan Market. Open all year round on Saturdays only there are a good number of stalls selling Vegan Street Food and stalls selling Vegan Cheese, Vegan Candles and Eco Friendly products.
If you want to read more about the market, you can read this post from when I went!
For some really good but naughty Vegan food that will fix any cravings you have for non-vegan fast food, head to the Temple of Seitan! They have a range of Vegan Chicken options, Burgers and Chips. This is real, dirty, vegan food, but soo good!
If you want to go somewhere a bit fancier and somewhere that doesn’t offer dirty vegan burgers, Manna is a good place to go! They offer a huge range of starters, mains and desserts for lunch and dinner in more of a fine dining style than the rest of the places on this list
I hope this lists gives you some good ideas of Vegan Restaurants, Cafes and Markets in London!
Let me know in the comments below or by tweeting me @wandering_quinn!
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