The best vegan food you can wish for in London

There are many people who prefer not to eat meat and dairy products for various reasons. And when going out they may meet a problem of poor assortment of vegan dishes. Fortunately, London is the place where vegans do not have the problem of lack of places where to go out. There more than enough institutions which have vegan dishes in their menu or even are oriented solely on vegan food.

Here is a list of places, which vegans should definitely visit.

​222 Veggie Vegan

If you are a true vegan and are constantly in search for better places to dine, then you definitely have heard about North End Road in W14 or even have already been there. But it will be not a waste of time to go there once (twice or more) again. Recently, this street has obtained a reputation of the place with largest range of meat-free options. You will find something to your taste there for sure. 222 Veggie Vegan is one such establishment that offers the freshest vegan food in the area.

222 North End Road, West Kensington, W14 9NU.

Biff's Jack Shack

If you are tired from the food of animal origin but still miss meat smell and taste from time to time, you can find it in an unusual vegan place - a piece of fruit. Biff’s Jack Shack trick is vegan junk food made from jackfruit, which has a texture similar to pulled pork when it is already cooked. The deep fried fruit is served as “wingz” or in burgers, dripping with chipotle slaw, smokey bacun jam and burger “cheese”.

Broadway Market on Saturdays and 182 Stoke Newington Road, London N16 7UY.


There are four branches of Indian restaurant chain Sugar, offerring a huge assortment of vegan curries, as well as vegan lentil pizzas. They are located in Hammersmith, Covent Garden, Harrow and the West End. All four of them can boast of accessible menus.

Various locations.


Mildred’s has become a place oriented on vegetarian food since its opening in Soho in 1988. There are a few chains of this establishment in the city, that also offer a wide choice of delicious vegan dishes. They are located in Soho, King’s Cross, Dalston and Camden, which makes it easy and not burdensome for having meat-free diners at any part of the city.

Various locations.


Hidden in Soho Square, just around the corner from the fuss and noise of Oxford Street, restaurant Govinda’s is located. It is well-known for serving a wide assortment of amazingly tasty vegan curries. Its location makes it a rather convenient place for walkers in the area. Healthy, and what is not less important, affordable menu just beckons you to try something from it.

10 Soho Square, W1D 3DL​

Club Mexicana

Club Mexicana has been providing vegan meals since 2013, serving luring and tempting vegan tacos filled with jackfruit carnitas, baja tofish and more. This month, sticklers of the street food will be to join the opening of The Spread Eagle, the city’s first 100% vegan pub. Fried “chicken” torta burritos drowned into vegan beer? Sounds enough enticing to be there.

Unit 215 - 216, Camden Lock Market, Chalk Farm Rd, London NW1 8AF.

Vanilla Black

Exquisite Holborn eatery Vanilla Blank is one of the best restaurants in the city, which serves only meat-free dishes. The vegan five-course dinner with wine will cost £87 per person but for a totally meat-free incredibly delicious dinner, it is not a pity to spend such amount.

17-18 Took's Ct, London EC4A 1LB Holborn.

Honey & Co

Yes, honey is not exactly vegan, but Honey & Co in Fitzrovia offers the best vegan food you will find in the whole city. The team consisting of husband and wife (Itamar Srulovich and Sarit Packer) runs and owns the three branches of Honey & Co, which serve very tasty and specific dishes in clean, bright dining rooms.

Various locations.


Shoreditch and Hoxton are the sites of concentration of places with vegan food and Essence is one of the best you will find in the area. Chef Matthew Kenney opened this establishment on Leonard Street in August, and since then it constantly has been proposing only and only vegan dishes.

94 Leonard St, London EC2A 4RH.


Ethos, which is located in Fitzrovia, has rather specific idea of providing a dinner – self-service and paying for the food by weight. Everything is simple and without quirks, the kitchen offers only fresh vegan and food, as well as a good choice of gluten-free variants.

48 Eastcastle St, Fitzrovia, London W1W 8DX.

Picky Wops

There is no better way to cheer up than to have a slice of pizza pie. And Picky Wops make sure that no vegan is forgotten. This totally vegan pizza restaurant offers amazing eight different types of vegan cheese – from coconut mozzarella to cashewnut camembert. You can also choose from six alternative flour bases, from spirulina to hemp, and add one seitan sausage or even two.

7, Shopping Palace, North End Rd, Fulham, London SW6 1NN.

The Gate

The Gate has been serving remarkable vegan food since its opening way back in 1989. It has three branches: in Finsbury Park, Marylebone and Hammersmith. The brunch menu includes vegan pancakes and it is something you just can`t say no to.

370 St John St, Clerkenwell, London EC1V 4NN.


Gauthier has become popular when it became the first Michelin star restaurant in the UK, which offered a vegan menu in 2015. Since then one could had a really nice dinner at £126 with wine together. If you really like enjoying to a magnificent vegan dinner, this is exactly the place where you can do it.

21 Romilly St, Soho, London W1D 5AF.

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