Hiya! I am going to keep adding to this list of vegan cafes and restaurants. If you know of any places that I haven’t listed please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or let me know via the reply box below this post.
1. The Inspiral Lounge, 250 Camden High Street, London, NW1 8QS
One recommendation for enjoying a cup of vegan tea/coffee with some amazing vegan treats: – it’s perfect
for a laid back relaxing session with friends or on your own. It is 95% vegan. They even open early for vegan breakfast.
Suraj and I have eaten her too! They do amazing desserts PLUS all their different flavours of ice cream are dairy free AND sugar free. They don’t taste like they’re missing anything either! Completely yummy 🙂
2. VitaOrganic, 74 Wardour Street, London W!F 0TE
For a full vegan meal with a great choice of desserts go here. I’ve been myself and it’s yummy!
3. Indian Veg Bhelpoori House, 92 Chapel Market, Islington
Indian Veg Bhelpoori House is a restaurant that serves traditional Indian cuisine. They cater for vegetarians and can accommodate private parties of up to 20 people. They offer brown rice as well as white and serve non-dairy lassis. They cater for vegan’s too. This is the perfect place to find cheap, tasty, healthy food.
Vanessa says it’s near impossible to spend over £10 per head there and the food’s amazing!
4. 222 Veggie Vegan, 222 North End Road, West Kensington, London W14 9NU
There’s a lunchtime buffet and an evening a la carte restaurant. Great food, fab prices and a great selection of healthy but delicious drinks too!
A bit about them from them
Above all, we realize that supporting a healthy lifestyle is not only about healthy vegan food, but also about a “healthy” environment. That is why we carefully select our cleaning detergents (even our paint is environmentally friendly), use paper take-away boxes and bags, and recycle as much as possible.
5. Green Note, 106 Parkway, London, NW1 7AN. Tel: 020 7485 9899
This is a live music venue and vegetarian café-bar, 3 mins walk from Camden Town tube station.
Recommended by Mahersh
6. Planet Organic, 22 Torrington Place, London, WC1E 7HJ, Tel: 020 7436 1929
Planet Organic has a few supermarkets in the UK. It’s the UK’s largest fully certified organic supermarket.
The Torrington Place store is in a business area, so it has an extended food service where you can choose a small, medium or large container and then choose from over 8 items and at least 4 salads. There are also many fresh fruit and/or veg juices, as well as, a range of veggie and vegan desserts.
7. Health Food Centre, 11 Warren Street, Marylebone, London, W1T 5LG
The Health Food Centre on Warren Street is 100% vegetarian. They are well known for their amazing selection of sandwiches/baps/wraps and hot food.
It is great for grabbing a vegan takeaway lunch (hot or cold) – they have a good variety of foods as you mention. Note though that, it isn’t always immediately obvious from the outside that they sell takeaway hot meals, but once you enter and see the counter at the end, it’s quite something.
8. Earth Natural Foods, 200 Kentish Town Road, London NW5 2AE.
Their website says: –
A shop full of organic, vegetarian wholefoods and ecological household goods, including: an extensive selection of organic fruit and vegetables, fresh bread, home-made takeaways, oils, dried fruits, organic champagnes, wines and beers, artisan cheeses, dairy produce, honey, toiletries, plus loose teas, coffees, nuts, seeds, beans, grains, herbs and spices.
9. Mildreds, 45 Lexington Street, London , W1F 9AN
The website says that: –
Mildreds serves internationally inspired vegetarian food, all of which is made daily on the premises. Catering for vegetarians, yet popular with omnivores, Mildreds offers friendly informal service in a lively atmosphere coupled with excellent value for money.
We use organic ingredients where possible and endeavour to source small businesses for our supplies.
Suraj and I have dined there a few times. It’s busy, funky & has amazing food. The content above doesn’t mention it but they cater for vegans in a big way! Yummy!
Oh and the portions are quite large so one main may be enough for one person, without a starter but of course, allowing space for dessert! 🙂
10. Vanilla Black, 17- 18 Tooks Court, London, EC4A 1LB, 020 7242 2622, email@example.com
Vanilla Black is very different to anywhere I’ve eaten before. The atmosphere is relaxed and informal. The food is very fine! It’s delicious, full of flavour, visually explosive and more. Definitely worth a visit.
11. Cafe Leo, 75 Westgate, Grantham, Lincs, NG31 6LA, 01476 576742, firstname.lastname@example.org
Cafe Leo specifically states that they have vegan options on their menu, so how could we not go, seeing as we were in Grantham!
It is a small, family run business, so we were very happy to support them. The service was great. Last but not least, the food was delicious. We had sandwiches, soup and muffins. I remember the muffins being lovely and soft.
12. Raw, La Suite West, 41-51 Inverness Terrace, London, W2 3JN, 020 7313 8484
My first ever High Tea. What a treat!
We had tea, sandwiches, scones with strawberries and cream and a selection of desserts. All Vegan of course!
We liked the fact that we could request more but it wasn’t served in advance and then wasted!
13. Manna, Primrose Hill, London
I went to Manna recently and the experience was great! It’s a completely vegetarian restaurant and there are loads of vegan, gluten free, nut free and other…options. We shared a starter, after which I enjoyed a main course and a yummy dessert! Definitely worth a visit! 🙂
14. Food for Thought, 31 Neal Street, City of London, WC2H 9PR, 020 7836 0239
Legendary old cafe in Covent Garden. They do very nice mixed salads. It’s very small so your chances of getting a seat are slim during peak hours. Meal costs about £7.
16. World Food Cafe, 14 Neal’s Yard, London, WC2H 9DP, 020 7379 0298
They serve large thalis of Indian, Mexican, West African or Turkish food. There’s a nice atmosphere (although the seats aren’t the most comfortable). It’s not open in the evening. Meal costs about £8.
17. Loving Hut (various locations including 3 Plender Street, London, 020 7387 5710)
It’s 100% vegan. They have lots of nice burgers and wraps which are made using mock-meat. The buffet is ‘pay what you like’ and it is OK.
18. October Cafe, 38 Old Street, EC1V 9AE, email@example.com
This is a vegan patisserie. It serves all sorts of things that you thought you wouldn’t be able to eat as a vegan, like frangipane. They also make Indian chai using either soya or rice milk (it’s very, very sweet). A little overpriced but a nice little place.
Suraj and I ate there a few weeks ago. Koonal is right. Amazing things that we’d ‘write – off’ if we saw it anywhere else because we’d know it would have dairy in it! It’s a must. Do check it out. 🙂
19. My Village, 37 Chalk Farm Road, London, NW1 8AJ
Here you can buy Kurdish/Middle Eastern food like falafel, tabouleh, salads. All items can be made vegan. It’s a nice cafe to chill out in. Meal costs around £7.
20. ITADAKI-ZEN, 139 King’s Cross Road, London, WC1X 9BJ, 020 7278 3573, firstname.lastname@example.org
Suraj and I dined there recently. It was lovely. The atmosphere was nice. The staff were friendly and helpful. The choice was vast and the taste was delicious!
From the website – Itadaki means ‘to take the food life’; Zen means ‘to fix, to mend’. The primary end of the Itadaki-zen cuisine is not merely an agreeable taste, but its healing qualities.
21. BananaTree, 103 Wardour Street, London, 020 7437 1351, email@example.com
I dined there with a friend recently. It was yummy! I can’t recall what we ate as I’ve left it too long to add to this post 🙁 Sorry! However, there was an option whereby you could choose 2 dishes with a different option each. This was tasty, friendly to the wallet and allowed for us to share and experience 2 different dishes. 🙂
22. Ginger Two For Tea, 29 St Thomas Street, Winchester SO23 9HJ, 01962 877 733, firstname.lastname@example.org
Suraj and I went to a wedding in Winchester and in between 2 events, we went for a stroll, looking for places we could relax and have a drink or dessert of some sort. We asked a few people and Ginger Two For Tea was highly recommended.
It was in great demand and we were really lucky to get a table.
They had a huge amazing selection of teas and coffees. They also had desserts of which the vegan one was yummy! The service was fab, there was a nice atmosphere and we’d definitely go back if we were in the area! 🙂
23. Amico Bio, 43 New Oxford Street, London, WC1A 1BH, 020 7836 7509
I had dinner here with a friend. We were both chuffed with the options, the presentation & in particular, I indulged on dessert x2! 🙂
24. The Mighty Fork
Suraj surprised me with a trip to a market where the Mighty Fork had a stall. We had about 5 of the hot dogs between us and were not disappointed! Find out where they are and munch away.
From the website – The Mighty Fork is a food business based in London, UK. We’re fast food lovers at heart, and the Mighty Fork was born to fill a gap in the vegan food market. We wanted to provide better plant-based alternatives for anyone with a craving for good old comfort food classics. We’re starting with a hot dog revolution, but we’re not stopping there!
Now you can enjoy fast food that is NOT junk food and you can be sure that our hot dogs are HEALTHY, NUTRITIOUS and WHOLESOMELY good for you.