The Vegan Magic of ‘The Making of Harry Potter’

 

Get your robe on, grab your wand, throw your house scarf around your shoulders, and prepare for magic: welcome to Warner Bros Studio Tour London – The Making of Harry Potter.

This one-of-a-kind look at all the goings-on behind the scenes of the Harry Potter films is made even better, as you can tuck into a vegan hot dog, cooked vegan breakfast, or vegan fish and chips – and all these goodies can be found in the studio’s food outlets. So grab your Firebolt and pack your trunk, because you’re about to embark on a magical journey filled with so many vegan offerings that even Ron would feel full for once.

Hop aboard the Hogwarts Express, because your next stop is vegan food galore!

Food Hall

Located in the Studio Tour Hub, the Food Hall has delicious animal-friendly dishes available at all times of the day – witching hour excluded, unfortunately.

For witches and wizards who love to wake up bright and early to get those spells in before dawn, there’s a bewitching vegan breakfast option available, which comes with vegan bacon, scrambled tofu, and more. If, like Hedwig, you’re more of a night owl, fear not – the Food Hall serves food from opening time until the studio closes.

Once you see the Food Hall’s full vegan menu, you’ll wish you could engorgio your stomach:

Highlights

  • Vegan breakfast (vegan bacon, scrambled tofu, spinach, vegan sausage, roast tomato, hash brown, and baked beans)
  • Spiced chickpea burger (vegan on request)
  • Vegan shrimp and avocado salad
  • Vegan fish and chips with garden peas, tartare sauce, and lemon
  • Stone-baked pizza with aubergine, kale, and chilli
  • Stone-baked Margherita pizza (vegan on request)
  • Tomato and carrot soup
  • Vegan afternoon tea or vegan Champagne afternoon tea for two (pre-order when you buy your tickets)

Backlot Café

Whether you’re after a quick hot meal before a Quidditch match or a post–Triwizard Tournament burger, the Backlot Café is bound to make your vegan dreams come true. It’s situated halfway through the tour, boasts indoor and outdoor seating areas, and has views of the Knight Bus, Privet Drive, and Hogwarts Bridge.

If you’re feeling hungry from all those hours of witchcraft and wizardry, treat yourself to a vegan Bratwurst dog or a tasty plant-based burger.

Note: The Backlot Café serves food from opening time until the studio closes.

Highlights

  • Plant-based burger with tomatoes and lettuce, in a brioche bun (vegan on request)
  • Bratwurst hot dog with melting soda onions, served with chips

Note: Please always be sure to double-check the ingredients before purchasing, as manufacturers are at liberty to change them at any time.

Twenty Years of Harry Potter

Harry Potter fans were treated to a gigantic vegan Hogwarts cake to celebrate 20 years since the launch of the film Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone. Now, that’s magic!

What You Can Do

Cows, pigs, chickens, sheep, and other animals killed for their flesh need our help now. Make magic happen for animals by asking other businesses to follow the example of Warner Bros Studio Tour London: