Veganuary is here and it’s time to unveil the best vegan, vegetarian or even just sustainable friendly spots in town!
From hidden coffee spots to all new vegan rainbow burgers, continue reading to check out the best spots for alternative dining in all around London!
KIN is the ultimate causal spot for delicious plant-based foods, from vegetarian to vegan dishes just steps away from Oxford Street! Their menu ranges from a variety of items that changes daily, it’ll for sure be a unique and sweet treat!
Coming with an all-day menu, Monday to Friday, expect classic vegan or vegetarian breakfast plates or Mountain burgers with cheese, sriracha mayo and pulled jackfruit, loaded with crispy avocado fries!
22 Foley St, London W1W 6DT
Coined as the ‘best new restaurant in 2020’, this sustainable restaurant offers charm and style with their delicious and creative plate offerings. With a weekly changing menu, their dishes include snack, small plates, mains and desserts, where you can get Yorkshire rhubarb with white chocolate, cheese, yogurt, malt loaf cake, walnut and date puree.
2 St James’s Market, St. James’s, London SW1Y 4RP
A new and upcoming plant-based restaurant opening for all-day dining in the heart of Knightsbridge. With ethically sourced dishes, Holy Carrot offers a vegan menu that comes gluten-free, sugar-free, completely free from preservatives and additives. Head to Holy Carrot for Afternoon Tea, their Veganuary menu or just for their Holy Bar, where you can for an after-work drink.
2-4 Hans Cres, London SW1X 0LH
Lewis Hamilton is bringing a game changing planet friendly burger to the heart of Soho. A one-of-a-kind, ethical, sustainable and delicious plant-based grilled burger. The menu comes with a great selection of burger fillings, where you can choose from the classic cheeseburger, or the Neat signatures, the Filet-No-Fish, or the Smoke SMASH burger! With salad & bowls, kids meals, milkshakes and dessert, Neat Burger is definitely a must try.
33 Old Compton St, London W1D 5JU
A few steps from Baker Street is Wulf & Lamb, an all-day breakfast, lunch and dinner bar, with a full list of vegan options, including cocktails. From the brunch menu, expect American pancakes, Chilli Wraps and toasties. For Lunch, they offer Chilli Bao, Tex Mex salad with sides of truffle mac’n’cheese. Or for something in the evening, try out their Wulf Sushi, Spicy Veg Burger or the Wulf Pie, that mixes pulled jackfruit and lentil stew topped with mashed potato and baby carrots.
Chiltern Place, 66 Chiltern St, London W1U 4EJ
If you’re looking to take Instagrammable foods, Flower Burger is going to get thoses likes. These colourful rainbow shade burgers is 100% plant based! With buns ranging from the yellow, black, and red, the team at Flower Burger mixes natural colourants and ingredients to amaze customers!
43 Charlotte Street, London W1T 1RS
This century old underground Victorian Water closet down by Guilford place, has been restored and transformed into a cosy wine bar. With many of the original features preserved, it creates an intimate venue that offers guests a charming yet idyllic venue to relax and enjoy innovative cocktails.
Former Public Convenience, Guilford Pl, London WC1N 1EA
This is London’s very first all-vegan diner and butcher! Serving all sorts of veganised versions of American diner dishes, the Rudy’s Vegan butcher also offers free from meats. From the food, ‘the main attractions’ are the Ultimate Rudy’s Dirty Burger, made with soya beef mince patties, Baycon, Cheeze slice and grilled onions! Expect other classics like Mac ‘n’ Cheeze, Buffalo Wingz and the striking Rudy’s Banana Split.
206 Upper St, London N1 1RQ
Tofu Vegan offers a plant-based menu that imitates Chinese cuisine. Tofu Vegan preserves the original Chinese flavours but replaces them with bean proteins and other meat-free ingredients. Their team of experts includes chefs from Sichuan China, and other south and north-eastern Chinese regions, bringing about a variety of regional flavours that are all completely meat-free.
105 Upper St, London N1 1QN
Powerplant is a plant-based concept restaurant and bar, that’s full of ‘fun, healthy and tasty’ dishes. A highly recommended experience for anyone who wants delicious foods that is completely meat-free. The menu comprises a variety of breakfast, brunch and dinner options. You can expect breakfast plates of falafel waffles and “Bacon” Baps. For dinner, you can get Korean Blossom Baos and Powerplant special burgers.
89 Chalk Farm Rd, Chalk Farm, London NW1 8AR
This restaurant completely dropped all animal products in 2017 and since then have been going all plant-based, from food to wine. Hosting a wine tasting every couple week, head down to The Fields Beneath to try out their animal free coffees, food and wine. With whole-food focused ingredients, they offer seasonal British dishes that you can enjoy for breakfast, brunch or just for a quick bite with your coffee.
52a Prince of Wales Rd, London NW5 3LN
This restaurant has been serving delicious, healthy, and seasonal foods since 2016. Located in Notting Hill, enjoy a plant-based menu, free from diary, refined sugars, and additives in this charming setting. Open for afternoon tea, lunch, and dinner, go with friends or colleagues to enjoy the vibrant cakes and modern dishes they have to offer.
74-76 Westbourne Grove, London W2 5SH
Plant Hub offers natural and bio-dynamic wines made with passionate producers across the world to carefully curate their special bottles of wine. Paired with seasonal dishes and homemade desserts, the natural organic Italian cuisine will be a great experience to try out! Ideal for family and friend fathers, business meetings or private events, you can discover the range of dining options Plant Hub has to offer.
217 Mare St, London E8 3QE
This new restaurant is opened up by Californian-born chef Julian Denis, who has been re-defining plant-based foods since 2017. With his innovative late nigh noodle dishes, expect spicy Chinese inspired Dan Dan noodles, dumpling in chilli oil with spicy Chongqing Cauliflower.
159A Mare St, London E8 3 RD
Enjoy organically and sustainabky sourced foods in this charming café, where MOTHER Works offers delicious plant-based foods to the East of London. From protein loaded Açai Bowls to Kimichi Toasties, MOTHER Works serves an all day menu from 9am to 4pm.
1, Canalside Here East Estate, London E20 3BS
Super Nature X Site offers the next-level hyper seasonal plant-based foods, with all their seasonal ingredients sourced from their roof garden. Their brunch and evening menu is focused on using zero waste cooking techniques and climate conscious cooking, where you can enjoy in their indoor and outdoor dining areas. For brunch, you can taste their sweet pancake stacks or pear and Chicory salad plates with their fun brunch cocktails. For dinner, their seasonal plates of Delica pumpkin slices with homemade hemp seeds and pumpkin seed butter to Rarebit on Rye, which is a toasted seeded rye bread melted with their secret recipe tahini cheese and sweet onion marmalade.
198 Hackney Rd, London E2 7QL
The Clapton Hart is bringing about a vegan alternative to their pub. Albeit they do not have a variety of vegan options in their menu, their vegan roast is a must try. A flavoursome dish that offers delicious vegetables of carrots, roasties, peas and cabbage!
231 Lower Clapton Rd, Lower Clapton, London E5 8EG
With an organic and vegan menu, their dishes comprise of plant-based and ethically sourced ingredients. With the highest quality, expect all day breakfast options, with plant-based pastries, miso mushrooms, Mexican tostadas to their savoury pancake special, with crunch Asian slaw and crispy spring opinions topped with carrot and ginger dressing.
NT’s bar, Netil House, 1 Westgate St, London E8 3RL
This is a café and bakery that serves delicious cakes, finely roasted coffees and delectable savoury treats. Located in lower Clapton, you can bring your pets, friends or colleagues for a quick coffee break, after work meetup or just to relax. Lele’s also offers catering options where you can order wedding cakes, vegan cake mixes or any freshly baked treats.
50 Lower Clapton Rd, Lower Clapton, London E5 0RN
Alter offers a range of menus that is for everyone. You can choose from lunch, dinner, gluen free and early evening set menus to share with your friends or family. Taking on a Asian cusisine, expect cold soba noodles, shitake & yellowbean dumplings and sweet mango sticky rice.
15 Leman St, London E1 8EN
Located within the Dark Arts Coffee’s roastery down by a railway arch, I Will Kill Again is a hidden coffee spot where they import the best beans from all over the world to bring you the best tasting coffee. You can also enjoy an impressive brunch where they focus on bringing delicious vegan dishes, or even just for their homemade pastries and cakes to pair along with your coffee.
Railway Arch 216 Ponsford Street, London E9 6JU
Now open for reservations and walk-ins, Bubala offers a lunch and dinner menu, where you can enjoy a middle eastern feast in the heart of Spitalfields. From their vegan weekday lunch menu, expect laffa breads, falafel tahninis and smashes batata harra. You can also book their private dining room, suitable for 24 guess to host your intimate parties or gatherings.
65 Commercial St, London E1 6BD
As their name shows, they are vegan everything. From cakes, to burgers, this cafe offers the classics with a vegan twist. With indoor and outdoor seating, walk in or reserve to try out their colour brunch menu, with breekie bowls, berry pancakes and artichoke penne. Or even just for a quick coffee and smoothie break, have it with one of their freshly baked banana breads or lemon & blueberry cheezecakes with creamy lemon filling served with a berry compote.
11 dispensary Lane, Mare Street, London, E8 1FT
This restaurant is a whole new vegan concept that is a must try! Located on the streets of Chelsea, head down to King’s Road to check out this sustainable restaurant with the coolest minimalistic pink interior design. Expect delicious and environmentally friendly dishes, where their wide-ranging menu provides the best-all day vegan foods. From the humble burger made with their special patty and vegan brioche bun, to their humble Reuben, made with seitan pastrami and sauerkraut, this new restaurant will be a new hot spot.
342 King’s Rd, London SW3 5UR
This restaurant is a 100% vegan deli that specialises in natural wines and cheese. Head down to Peckham to try out their natural wines, that ranged from prosecco, rose, pet-nats to your classic whites and reds. Also offering alongside a selection of pastries and cheeses that is available for delivery.
28 Choumert Rd, London, SE15 4SE
Linnaen is a brand-new opening that is offering a face & body clinic, hair salon, beauty bar, store, and a rich plant-based restaurant. Located down in Embassy Gardens, here you can have a full pamper day without having to ever leave the building. You can enjoy a relaxing spa and beauty day, get your hair done and then finish off at their restaurant, where they offer a vegan, gluten-free and dairy free menu. From breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea, Linnaean really offers it all.
Embassy Gardens, 2 New Union Square, Nine Elms, London SW11 7AX
Now opened, Mallow is a 100% plant-based restaurant located in the heart of London’s Borough Market. Serving seasonal and sustainable dishes influenced from cuisines in all over the world. Mallow keeps a minimal waste cooking technique in mind, sourcing ingredients from small, sustainable businesses to deliver ethically produced dishes right to your table. Their alternative menus offer gluten free, onion & garlic free, weekday breakfasts, brunch and dinner selections. From vegan full English breakfasts to pasilla padron oyster mushroom tacos, Mallow is expected to be one of the best vegan spots in town.
1 Cathedral St, London SE1 9DE