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London’s 7 Best Vegan Dining Spots


If you live anywhere near these top 7 restaurants, you must go!

1. 222 Veggie Vegan

This restaurant’s menu is entirely vegan. Food made from quality ingredients is prepared with care and attention and is never deep fried or microwaved. The hearty dishes will be sure to fill you up, and with an all you can eat lunchtime buffet, you will be satisfied. 222’s vegan philosophy carries throughout the restaurant – even the paint on it’s walls is environmentally friendly.

Location: 222 North End Rd, London W14 9NU, United Kingdom

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2. Ms. Cupcake

Also entirely vegan, Ms. Cupcake creates beautiful, mouthwatering desserts and baked goods with a wide range of flavors. You can even order their cupcakes and cakes for weddings or other special occasions.

Location: 408 Coldharbour Ln, London SW9 8LF, United Kingdom

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3. Mildreds

Most of the options at Mildreds are vegan. Mildreds has gluten free options as well, such as the Sri Lankan sweet potato curry with roasted lime cashews, pea basmati rice, and coconut tomato sambal. The menu puts emphasis on Asian and Middle Eastern cuisine.

Location: 45 Lexington St, London W1F 9AN, United Kingdom

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4. Norman’s Coach & Horses

Vegan pub food is possible! Saving fish by using sustainable tofu, Norman’s serves up “tofush and chips”, a vegan take on fish and chips, along with other vegan options to choose from. There is sure to be lively entertainment with piano sing-alongs every Wednesday and Saturday night.

Location: 29 Greek Street, Soho, London W1D 5DH, United Kingdom

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5. Manna

Manna is all about the classy, gourmet vegan food. You probably have never tried the types of foods on Manna’s menu. Luxurious mains, such as walnut wild mushroom crispy ravioli with fennel sauce or root vegetable tagine with falafel. With a varied menu, you even have the classic spaghetti and veatballs (vegan meatballs) as an option, or some elegant-looking nachos. The dessert menu is stunning, including a cheesecake timbale and a raw cheesecake with fresh figs.

Location: 4 Erskine Rd, London NW3 3AJ, United Kingdom

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6. Nama

Every item on the menu at Nama is raw and vegan. Nama creates posh-looking food by blending, marinating, and dehydrating, but never frying, grilling, or boiling. You won’t find refined sugar in the desserts, but you will find natural sugars, like cacao and fruit. Nama also offers individually tailored juice cleanse programs.

Location: 110 Talbot Road, London W11 1JR, United Kingdom

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7. The Waiting Room

The Waiting Room has some serious vegan comfort food! You could order a vegan breakfast bagel in the morning and then stop in later for a vegan chili-cheese dog.

Location: 142 Deptford High St, London, Deptford SE8 3PQ, United Kingdom

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