Whether you have a meat-free lifestyle, or you’re simply curious, we’ve got you covered in this guide to meat-free London. When it comes to finding a suitable place to eat, it’s not always easy to find a restaurant that offers a wide selection of meat-free dishes. But, there are plenty of gems in London fit for the herbivore and curious carnivore.
1. By Chloe, Covent Garden
By Chloe is the newest and coolest kid on the block complete with a full vegan menu, swinging chairs, fresh modern interior, and a neon sign which reads “Guac Save The Queen.” This vegan restaurant has only just burst onto the London food scene and it is already stealing hearts. By Chloe is your new cool hangout for some delicious comfort food and plenty of sugary delights to satisfy your sweet tooth.
Recommendations: Tofu Fish and Chips, seasonal lemonade, cream filled chocolate cupcakes.
2. Wild Food Café, Neal’s Yard
Located in vibrant Neal’s Yard in Covent Garden, Wild Food Café is full if rawsome organic food complete with a relaxed and positive atmosphere. The menu is just as colourful and vibrant as Neal’s Yard and is a great place to go and grab a light lunch. If you are looking to explode your taste buds with some unique flavours, Wild Food Café is definitely the place to go.
Recommendations: White Zen smoothie, Venus bowl, pear and hibiscus cheesecake with pumpkin seeds and granola.
3. Redemption Bar, Shoreditch
Redemption Bar is not your typical bar and restaurant – it’s a vegan restaurant with a complete alcohol-free menu! If you have a group of friends that abstain from alcohol then you should definitely pay Redemption Bar a visit. If you don’t want to travel too far, don’t worry you won’t miss out as they are also located in Notting Hill.
Recommendations: Jackfruit rendang coconut curry, banoffee pie, pious pina colada.
4. Yorica!, Wordour Street
When it comes to ice-cream parlours, vegans and lactose intolerant people have be cautious. Thankfully, with Yourica you can eat all you want without having to worry about allergens. This gem of a place has treats for everyone – all recipes and ingredients are free from egg, wheat, gluten, dairy, and nuts and are all entire vegan. Tuck into those delicious ice-creams, shakes, fro-yo, crepes and waffles!
5. Nama, Notting Hill
Just like Wild Food Café, Nama’s menu is filled with plenty of delicious raw and organic vegan food. This light, bright, and airy space is the perfect to enjoy a spot of brunch or a light meal. Nama’s food is closer to nature and promotes a healthy and nourishing lifestyle.
Recommendations: Blueberry pancake stack, matcha latte with coconut milk.
6. Itadaki Zen, Kings Cross
If your looking for a far east menu that has a full vegan menu, Itadaki Zen offers a range of fresh handmade food which is freshly made after placing your order. Of course, this does mean you will have to wait for a while. The wait is worth it as the food is mouth-watering enough to tickle your taste buds.
Recommendation: Harumaki spring rolls, Chapche set, sesame pudding.