London: The Ultimate Guide to Vegan Food in the Capital
The vegan food scene in London is booming, as meat-free restaurants are popping up all over the capital. Whether you are just visiting the city or consider yourself a true London local, make sure you try the delicious offerings of these vegan and vegan-friendly restaurants, cafés, and shops:
Mildreds is a favourite amongst vegans and vegetarians, with branches in Soho, Camden, and King’s Cross. Most of the dishes are vegan-friendly, and we love the famous chocolate peanut butter brownies. Yum!
This centrally located pub has a completely vegetarian menu with loads of vegan choices, including the tofush and chips, which draws vegans from all over the capital.
Located in stunning Neal’s Yard in Covent Garden, Wild Food Café has a completely plant-based menu with many raw and organic dishes. The food looks just as stunning as the surroundings.
Yorica! is a paradise for vegans with a sweet tooth. This totally dairy-free ice-cream parlour offers frozen yoghurt, milkshakes, and a wide variety of ice-cream flavours and toppings.
This meat-free eatery near Oxford Street offers a buffet of delicious and healthy vegetarian and vegan dishes. It has a unique concept of charging by weight, so you can pick and choose exactly what you’d like in the restaurant’s sophisticated surroundings.
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Manna is a firm favourite amongst London vegans, offering a fabulous totally vegan menu in a chic, elegant setting. There’s even a five-course chef’s tasting menu available if you book in advance.
This vegetarian restaurant in Angel has loads of vegan choices, including tasty desserts like banoffee pie and strawberry Eton mess.
Join the club and try the 100 per cent vegan Mexican street food, with offerings such as barbecued pulled jackfruit burritos and cheesy nachos. It’s open seven days a week at Camden Market but also has stalls at Canada Water and Lewisham during weekend markets.
With branches in Edgware and Archway, Loving Hut has a great vegan buffet full of healthy dishes and even offers vegan cheesecake for dessert.
Located in Camden Lock market, this vegan and gluten-free bakery has a menu that changes daily of cakes, cookies, doughnuts, and even indulgent ice-cream milkshakes.
This plant-based Japanese restaurant offers a traditional menu of sushi, noodle, and rice dishes made from fresh ingredients.
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Love junk food? Get down to Vx near King’s Cross railway station for a wide selection of vegan groceries and a fast-food menu that includes hot food and indulgent cakes.
Karamel in Wood Green hosts community events such as art exhibitions and live music, and the restaurant offers a great vegan menu – don’t forget to try the Sunday roast!
The world’s first vegan fried chicken shop can be found in Hackney, serving up delicious breaded and fried seitan strips. They’ve got a whole menu of take-away treats like burgers, hot ‘wings’ and chips.
Everything on the Black Cat menu is vegan. You have to try the burger, milkshakes, and cheesecake. You can find this relaxed café in Hackney Central.
Located in Stoke Newington, this café in the Royal Sovereign pub has great vegan cakes and a hot food menu to enjoy.
This vegan and vegetarian café is famous for its vegan full English breakfast and has a great menu throughout the day. It also hosts community events such as film screenings and poetry nights for locals to enjoy.
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This fine vegan pâtisserie offers a huge variety of cakes, doughnuts, and other sweet treats every weekend at Greenwich Market. The food really is as good as it looks!
A vegan mecca, Ms Cupcake has been serving up plant-based cupcakes at its Brixton bakery for years. There’s always a wide variety of flavours available, and the bakery also includes a selection of vegan groceries.
A selection of vegan-friendly and Instagram-able dishes awaits you at Farmacy in Notting Hill, a vegetarian restaurant with a healthy-eating ethos.
Indulge in plant-based, raw, organic cuisine at Tanya’s in Chelsea. How stunning do the cheese-free cheesecakes look?!
This super-healthy restaurant offers food that is vegan, sugar-free, and wheat-free. There are branches in Notting Hill and Shoreditch.
Have we missed your favourite vegan or vegetarian spot? Leave a comment below letting us know.