Five vegan hotspots for London dining in 2019

July 29, 2019 2:11 pm

Whatever your thoughts about veganism, whether you think it’s a hipster fad who an ethical dietary choice, you can’t deny that the food is absolutely delicious. Whether you’re a vegan living in London or a tourist seeking out the best dining spots for your vegan palette – we’ve put together a list of some of the best vegan hotspots for London dining this year. 

  1. Mildred’s – First up on the list is a Soho classic, Mildred’s. Mildred’s has been serving up authentic vegan cuisine to the people of Soho for almost 30 years now and has restaurants in many different locations around the capital. Expect to find halloumi burgers and tasty Sri Lankan curries while dining with Mildred and enjoying some of the best flavours the city has to offer.

  2. Wulf and Lamb is one of Chelsea’s prime vegan hotspots and is renowned for its hearty breakfast and delicious main courses. Who said that vegan dishes need to be all salads and rabbit foods, Wulf and Lamb didn’t. Wulf and Lamb’s menu consists of amazing dishes presented with a twist by combining colours and flavours from all corners of the globe while providing the opportunity for their customers to dine in a cool and trendy Instagram worthy setting.

  3. Based in one of London’s coolest areas, Mooshies of Shoreditch serves up some of the best vegan burgers and delicious sides the capital has to offer. Taste burgers filled with deep-friend hash browns, black bean and quinoa patties as well as slow-cooked pulled Jackfruit burgers. It’s the array of sides where Mooshies really come into their own with deliciously cheesy, vegan-cheese sticks and an assortment of sweet and healthy vegan milkshakes. Try Mooshies of Shoreditch, today.
     
  4. Spicebox in Walthamstow is another vegan classic perfect for those vegan lovers who love a little bit of spice and flavour. Specialising in authentic Indian cuisine and delicious curries, Spicebox are also renowned for their artisanal brunch dishes and welcoming environment. Test out their famous doffles to truly blow your vegan head back. 

  5. Next up on the list is WAVE, one of Hackney’s prime Vegan eateries. Like all restaurants and eating locations in Hackney you can be sure that they’re up to scratch on aesthetic and Instagram worthy furniture with their unique vegan beach vibe. But it’s the tasty food that really keeps the customers coming back, with awesome sandwiches, pancakes and plant-based cupcakes being high up on the menu at one of Hackney’s favourite vegan destinations. 

Maybe these restaurants are already at the top of the list for all the seasoned London-based vegans out there, but if you’re new to the city or simply spending a few days here, it’s always comforting to know you’ve got a place where you can try out an array of healthy vegan comfort foods. If you’re looking for some high-quality accommodation within the city, look no further than the luxurious Dorsett Hotel, Shepherds Bush.

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