Black-Owned Vegan Restaurants in the UK

Vegan cuisine is a long-established tradition in black communities around the world. Awareness of animal suffering, human health, and the environment is inspiring a new generation of Black-owned restaurants to bring vegan food to the masses. Enjoy a world of flavour!


  • 222 Vegan Cuisine

    This popular vegan restaurant in Hammersmith has been open since 2004. The extensive menu includes comforting dishes like seitan Stroganoff, egusi (made with ground melon seed), and pumpkin and pine-nut risotto.

  • All Nations Vegan House

    Atreka Cameron opened this Hackney restaurant in 2017 to share her love of vegan Caribbean cuisine. Dishes include pan-fried butterbeans, sweet-and-sour jackfruit, and fried plantain.

  • Deserted Cactus

    There’s a fresh menu every day at this popular Peckham restaurant. Its delicious dishes include BBQ southern fried jackfruit, mac no cheese, and tofu scramble on toast.


  • Eat of Eden

    This eatery serves organic European and Caribbean Ital food such as hot mains, wraps, salads, and burgers. It is located in Clapham and is set to open branches in Lewisham and Brixton this month.

  • Jam Delish

    This takeaway has authentic Caribbean flavours, and its menu is all vegan! It serves Jerk “Chicken Wings” on the bone (made from sugarcane), Curry “Goat”, Ackee and “Codfish”, and Caribbean Curry “Prawns” and also offers favourites like vegan bacon mac and cheese, fried plantain, and Biscoff cheesecake.

  • Livity Plant Based Cuisine

    This Croydon restaurant serves 100% vegan Caribbean home-cooked food. On the menu are classics like fried plantain, dumplings, coleslaw, and curries.

  • LoveGift Vegan

    African, Asian, Caribbean, European, and Mediterranean dishes including stews, pies, burgers, and vibrant mixed salad plates are prepared with love at this South East London restaurant.

  • Neat Burger

    Vegan advocate and Formula 1 superstar Lewis Hamilton’s flagship restaurant is 100% plant-based and beautiful, serving THIS Isn’t Chicken burgers, Beyond Meat cheeseburgers, hot dogs, tater tots, dairy-free milkshakes, and more.

  • Zionly Manna Vegan Rastarant

    Located in Rye Lane Market in Peckham, Zionly Manna serves Afro-Caribbean food. The buffet features dumplings, green beans, callaloo and sweet potato, curries, noodle stir-fries, salads, and more.


    Earth’s Kitchen

    This eatery brings vegan soul food to Sutton Coldfield by serving hearty dishes like a Sunday roast, southern fried jackfruit, mac and cheese, fried dumplings, and Buffalo bites.


    Sowl Fuud

    Gloucester’s first 100% vegan takeaway offers home-cooked food, smoothies, and juices. The menu includes burgers, nuggets, curries, stews, herby chips, and decadent cakes.


At the time of publication, restaurants are closed to dine-in customers because of the pandemic, but some offer takeaway or delivery. Please check restaurants’ websites or social media pages for the latest information.

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