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16 Of The Best Vegan Restaurants In London

16 Of The Best Vegan Restaurants In London

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Vegan and live in London? Here is a list of the best vegan restaurants in London to eat at! They are the best London vegan restaurants you will find.
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With London often being a little ahead of the game in comparison to the rest of the country, it’s no surprise that London boasts some of the best and up-and-coming vegan bakeries, restaurants and fast food providers that England has to offer. Whether you live in London or are just passing through, here are the things you can absolutely not miss.

1. For fried chicken that you won’t believe isn’t real, get yourself to Temple of Seitan in Hackney.

I know what you’re thinking, and yes, everything in that photo is vegan. Vegan fried chicken, vegan mac and cheese. If you’re a fan of your comfort food and miss KFC, get your vegan butt down to Hackey. And yes, they do do popcorn chicken. It is one of best vegan restaurants in London for fried chicken.

2. Vegan Hippo can give you the vegan hot-dog of your dreams.

Who said that hotdogs were only for meat eaters? Soho’s Vegan Hippo hits all the spots with generous portions and tons of sauce and fried onions. And it doesn’t only do hotdogs: Vegan Hippo has got a wide variety of options, from kebabs to sweet treats.

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3. For a grab-and-go lunch, hit Veggie Pret.

If you’ve been vegan for longer than a week, you will have heard of Veggie Pret. But if you don’t live in London, the odds are that you have only watched on in envy. Well now’s your chance! With two cafes in London, Veggie Pret boasts a fully meat-free selection, with a very wide range of vegan options. With a selection of wraps, sandwiches, baguettes, salads and hot food, there’s bound to be something you like – but pssst, we hear that the vegan mac and cheese and the vegan brownie are hot favourites!

4. For the egg mayo sandwich you never thought you’d have again, go to Ms Cupcake.

Believe it or not, this is actually made of tofu… but will hit all of your egg sandwich cravings. Ms Cupcake is in Brixton, and is waiting for you.

5. But wait… don’t Ms Cupcake do, you know, cupcakes?

The answer to this is yes, absolutely. Along with a multitude of other sweet vegan treats, including this caramel cookie dough brownie (*drool*). If you like a good cake or brownie, don’t stop at the sandwich, make sure you pick yourself up something for after as well.

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6. Like pie? Of course you do.

Mildred’s is a famous name in the London vegan community, and for good reason. To get yourself a slice of this wood roasted mushroom and ale pie (or any of the other delights on the menu), get yourself down to Camden. It is the best vegan restaurants in London for pie!

7. Love a good burger? Big V London will sort you out.

Depending on the day of the week you’ll have to go different places in order to get your hands on one of these vegan burgers, but it’s worth it. For a burger that will make your friends wonder why they’re not vegan too, head to Borough Market Thursday to Saturday, Broadway Market on Saturday, or Victoria Park Market on Sunday.

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8. Birthday coming up? Point your friends towards Vida Bakery…

You can find Vida Bakery at Brick Lane’s Boiler House Market, but they also excel in occasion cakes. Whether it’s your birthday, your wedding day, or even your veganniversary, Vida Bakery will make a cake straight out of your vegan fantasies.

9. If you love a full English, The Grand Howl has your back.

The vegan full English breakfast is a rare beast, but not at The Grand Howl Roastery. Get yourself to Well Street to be reunited with your breakfast true love. (We also hear it’s great for hangovers). It is the best vegan restaurants in London for a full English breakfast without a doubt.

10. For vegan and gluten-free ice cream, fro-yo, waffles and crepes, Yorica! is the place to go.

Yes, it’s true. And there’s more – Yorica! is also nut free as it boasts an allergen-free menu. So if you’re a vegan with allergies, you can come here comfortable in the knowledge that your treats won’t make you sick! With ice cream flavours including an impressive nut-free peanut butter and toppings including tiffin and fresh fruit, Yorica! is not somewhere to miss off of your vegan London food bucket list.

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Yes, it’s true. And there’s more – Yorica! is also nut free as it boasts an allergen-free menu. So if you’re a vegan with allergies, you can come here comfortable in the knowledge that your treats won’t make you sick! With ice cream flavours including an impressive nut-free peanut butter and toppings including tiffin and fresh fruit, Yorica! is not somewhere to miss off of your vegan London food bucket list.

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11. Big V London isn’t the only burger on the block…

Meet The Vurger Co. Also boasting a wide selection of vegan burgers (or ‘vurgers’), it’s difficult to choose between the two – so why not go to both?! You can currently find The Vurger Co. in Bethnal Green on a Sunday, but look out for new events on The Vurger Co. website.

12. For rainbow cake, fast food, vegan eclairs and homemade ice cream, head to Vx at Kings Cross.

Vx London doesn’t only have a delicious fresh bakery section, homemade tubs of ice cream and hot fast food, it also sells vegan shoes and clothing as well as other vegan products. So if you want to grab a fresh treat for now and some vegan chocolate, cheese or squirty cream for later, Vx is a good bet. You can find it near the Kings Cross station.

13. For an Italian vegan dining experience, Fed By Water is the one for you.

Whilst Temple of Seitan is somewhere to go grab a cheeky delicious bite, Fed By Water is somewhere to go if you want to get a bit fancy. Whether it’s your birthday, anniversary, or graduation dinner, we can guarantee Fed By Water has something that will make your drool. Out of the best vegan restaurants in London list, this one is pretty high. Who doesn’t like pasta and pizza? You can find Fed By Water in Dalston.

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14. If you like cute cafes, Black Cat in Hackney is your kind of place.

The Black Cat in Hackney is another place where you definitely need to have both a main and a dessert. With an 100% vegan menu, Black Cat offers a mouth-watering vegan lunch range as well as some pretty sexy treats. We’re eyeing up the tiffin.

15. For falafel that tastes magical, head to Magic Falafel.

You think you’ve had falafel before, but until you’ve experienced Magic Falafel’s falafel, you won’t know the true meaning. With frequent heavy queues outside their stand in Camden Market, you know that you’re getting the best of the best.

16. If you like to eat with your eyes, Rubys of London is the place for you.

Boasting some of the most decorative doughnuts and cupcakes that London has to offer, Rubys of London is not somewhere you want to miss. And if you’re gluten free or sugar free, don’t worry. Rubys of London specialise in these things too. Just head to Greenwhich Market on the weekend to get your hands on something both delicious and beautiful. A win for both your taste-buds and for Instagram. It is by far, best vegan restaurants in London.

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16 Of The Best Vegan Restaurants In London
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