Feature10 best vegan restaurants in London

October 26, 20210

Vegan dining is thriving in the capital, but where to start?! Check out this selection of some of the best vegan restaurants in London

 

The Spread Eagle

 

Claiming the title of London’s first vegan pub, The Spread Eagle in Homerton only serves food and drink derived from non-animal sources. ‘Many people don’t realise that beer and wine are frequently made using animal products,’ Luke says. ‘All of our drinks – the beers, wines and spirits – are vegan, along with all of the pub’s fixtures, fittings, cleaning products and candles. When the opportunity came up, my business partner Sherri-Lee Estabrook and I jumped at the chance to do something different with this pub.’
www.thespreadeaglelondon.co.uk | Homerton High St, E9 6AS

 

Halo Burger, Shoreditch

 

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Get your fast-food fix with 100% plant-based classic burgers, nuggets and fries. The Halo Burger consists of two Beyond burger patties, melted American cheese slices, caramelised onions, lettuce, tomato, gherkins and the signature sauce. Alternatively, try the This™ Isn’t Chicken Nuggets with one of the many different thin-cut fries.

haloburger.co.uk | 105 Great Eastern St, EC2A 3JD Unit S16 Pop Brixton, 49 Brixton Station Rd, SW9 8PQ

 

Nem Nem Islington & Nom Nom Hoxton

A pair of traditional Vietnamese restaurants based in north and east London. Although they aren’t vegan-only restaurants, they offer an incredible selection of plant-based dishes. Choose from around 15 starters, 11 main dishes and up to 9 noodle dishes. Try the “Southern” vege bún bo with sautéed king oyster mushroom, garlic and beansprouts with vermicelli noodles. Or the Summer Rolls starter – soft rice paper rolls filled with your choice of tofu or fresh avocado with vegan sauce.

www.nemnoms.co.uk | Nem Nem, 279 Upper street, N1 2TZ | Nom Nom, 134 G-F Kingsland Road, E2 8DY

 

Club Mexicana, Soho

 

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Book a table here for vegan Mexican street food that is as bold as its bright pink exterior. In the heart of Soho, Club Mexicana is the perfect pit stop after a day of shopping and sightseeing. Start with nachos – classic or loaded – before tucking into burritos or tacos. Jackfruit is used to mimic the texture of BBQ short ribs, served on a soft corn tortilla with slaw, pickles, garlic mayo and a wedge of lime. You can also find them in Seven Dials, Covent Garden.

www.clubmexicana.com | Kingly Court, W1B 5PW | Seven Dials Market, Earlham St, WC2H 9LX

 

Wulf & Lamb, Chelsea

 

All-day dining in the up-market locations, Chelsea and Marylebone. The menu is entirely plant-based and satisfies cravings for comfort food. Think vegan versions of familiar classics. Each dish is packed with flavours and surprising ingredients, drawing inspiration from around the world. Wulf & Lamb is best known for the indulgent vegan Mac’N’Cheese and burgers, but the restaurants also offer healthy salads and whole-food plant-based dishes. They’re open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

www.wulfandlamb.com | 66 Chiltern St, W1U 4EJ | 243 Pavilion Rd, SW1X 0BP

 

Atis, Shoreditch

 

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Making lunchtime less of a minefield for vegans in London, Atis offer a selection of hot and cold salad bowls. It combines nutritious ingredients with clever dressings to smarten things up. The sustainable credentials go beyond the meals though – all packaging is recyclable or compostable, and there are various food waste schemes in place to ensure nothing goes to landfill.

www.atisfood.com | Unit 3, The Atlas Building, 145 City Road, EC1V 1A

 

Itadaki Zen, Kings Cross

 

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Introducing Europe’s self-proclaimed first organic and vegan Japanese restaurant, Itadaki Zen’s focus is on healing the body. The ingredients used have been used in the Far East for healing for thousands of years. Who knows, maybe your delicious meal might cure you of any minor ailments. Vegan sushi, tempura and tofu dishes are all served in traditional bento boxes and you can choose whether your dishes are fried or steamed.

www.itadakizen-uk.com | 139 King’s Cross Road, WC1X 9BJ

 

Stem + Glory, Barts Square

 

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The plant-based theme of Stem + Glory is evident before you even take a look at the menu. Dishes are vibrantly coloured, completely plant-based and totally Instagram worthy. Taking influence from Spanish and South American cuisine, expect to find bowls full of golden hummus, quinoa tabbouleh, crunchy veg, grilled tofu, multiseed crackers and edamame beans, and more. Plus the desserts include a fudge brownie sundae and baked raspberry ‘cheese’cake which are both gluten-free too. New restaurant opening at Broadgate Circle in Spring 2022.

www.stemandglory.uk | 60 Bartholomew Close, EC1A 7BF

 

Rudy’s Vegan Diner

 

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London’s first all-vegan diner serves up “veganised” versions of classic American diner food. Expect meat-free burgers, giant seitan hot dogs, mind-blowing dairy-free milkshakes and pastrami-packed Reuben’s sandwiches. Rudy’s also opened a vegan butcher last year – purchase unbeatable cruelty-free meats to enjoy at home.
www.rudysvegan.com | Diners: 729-731, Camden Stables Market, Chalk Farm, NW1 8AH & 206 Upper St, N1 1RQ | Butcher: 56 Islington Park St, N1 1PX

 

Farmacy, Notting Hill

 

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If you’re wandering around the pretty streets of West London and suddenly feel peckish, head to Farmacy. Its flagship restaurant opened in Notting Hill in 2016. All dishes are plant-based and free from dairy, refined sugars, additives and chemicals. Enjoy truly delicious and healthy seasonal food while sitting in beautiful surroundings. Menus include the main menu (Mon-Fri from 12pm & Sat-Sun after 5:30pm), brunch menu (11am-4pm weekends only), high tea (Fri-Sun 4pm & 4.30pm), takeaway (daily 12pm-9pm) and drinks. The ingredients are either grown on the farm or sourced from local, sustainable and environmentally conscious suppliers.

www.farmacylondon.com | 74 Westbourne Grove, W2 5SH

 

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