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159A Mare St, London E8 3RD
London Fields

This is all-vegan Chinese restaurant has just one table. The super small, but very cute, no reservations, walk-ins only knocks out huge tasting and beautifully looking vegan Chinese food and is one of London’s smallest kitchens. Right next door to the notorious Dolphin, on Mare Street. The dumplings are insane, so much so that they regularly sell out and those Dan Dan Noodles are spicy AF. The music is banging and beer is cold. We love it.


33-35 Stoke Newington Rd, Dalston, London N16 8BJ
Shoreditch High Street

The guys at Biff’s Jack Shack have a real talent for transforming jackfruit into tasty patties and pieces, and even when fried it still counts as one of your five-a-day…WINNER. We love the Samuel Hell Jackson – a jackfruit burger with chipotle ‘slaw, maple chipotle hot sauce, jalepenos, burger cheese and hot sauce – and the ‘Buff’ Bangin wings, covered in vegan blue cheese and hot sauce. The Bang Bang fries are also a must, topped with cinnamon sweet chilli, miso mayo, nuts, crispy onion and coriander. Found at BrewDog in Stoke Newington. BOOM!


58 Hoe St, Walthamstow, London E17 4PG, UK
Walthamstow Central

After a successful run on the street food circuit with KERB, SpiceBox opened its first permanent location in Walthamstow in January 2019. The menu is modern Indian with plenty of nods to the iconic British curry house, featuring classic dishes reimagined with a plant-based spin. Highlights from the Street Bites section include the Loaded Onion Bhaji with pickled onions, green chilli, date and tamarind chutney; and puffed puris filled with chickpeas. Mains include Chickn Tikka Massala, a creamy curry house classic with tandoori chickn pieces and crunchy green peppers; the SpiceBox classic Jackfruit Jalfrezi; and the Brinjal Bhaji, charred smoky aubergine and peas in a rich tomato gravy, and a selection of breads and rice, including a Three Grain Pilau – quinoa, bulgar wheat and pearl barley with tempered cumin seeds and onion – mango chutney and seasonal homemade pickles also on offer.


Netil Market, 13 - 23 Westgate Street, London E8 3RL, UK
London Fields

Vegan pizza can be a tricky one to crack – it’s the cheese that always causes the problems, and a pizza without cheese just ain’t a pizza – but Death By Pizza have done it. Founded by the same team behind Young Vegans, the pizzeria in Netil Market slings out vegan pizzas so good that even the most committed carnivores wouldn’t be able to resist. Both the vegan mozzarella and ricotta are decent, their seitan ham on the Filthy Weekend tastes so good it could pass for meat and they’ve got all that on a bloody good crust too.


The Spread Eagle, Homerton High Street, London, UK

In case you hadn’t noticed, Londoners are mad for vegan food. Luckily London has a 100% vegan pub, The Spread Eagle, in Hackney (where else?). And when we say 100% vegan, we mean just that. Everything. The fixtures, the fittings, even the candles are all animal free. Club Mexicana is in charge of the grub so you can feast on baja to’fish tacos and chick’n wings, and wash it all down with vegan-friendly cocktails – their tequila sour uses aquafaba instead of egg white.

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10 Morning Lane, London E9 6NA, United Kingdom
Hackney Central

Want fried chicken just without the chicken part? There’s only one place to go and that’s Temple of Hackney. Ironically located right next door to a butchers, this “chicken” shop actually serves up seitan aka wheat gluten that’s been deep fried and seasoned, and it’s just like the real thing.


49 Brixton Station Rd, London SW9 8PQ, UK
Brixton Brixton

This POP Brixton spot is the world’s first restaurant dedicated to the bleeding plant-based burger. They’ve taken the Beyond Burger and added their own secret seasoning, serving it up as a hamburger, cheeseburger, quarter pounder and Halo burger (two patties, onion, cheese and signature sauce).


Earlham St, London WC2H 9LX, UK
Covent Garden

Vegan Mexican? It’s happening at Club Mexicana, which you can find at Dinerama and at their first perm spot inside KERB Seven Dials. Spice up your life with cheezeburger tacos, loaded nachos, annato-glazed ‘short-rib’ burritos and margaritas.


74- 76 Westbourne Grove, London W2 5SH, United Kingdom
Royal Oak Bayswater

Clean eating can also be indulgent eating and that’s exactly what Farmacy is all about. There’s vegan and gluten free nachos with guac and refried beans; a millet, black bean and mushroom burger; a spelt sourdough pizza and Austrian Sacher cake with tigernut milk Nice Cream, proving you don’t always have to stick to salads.

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243 Pavilion Road, London SW1X 0BP, United Kingdom
Sloane Square

From dairy-free, gluten-free and egg-free pastries at breakfast, salad bowls and wraps at lunch and larger plates like Chili ‘non’ Carne, Ackee Burrito and the Wulf Burger made with a spicy bean and veggie patty topped with cashew aioli, Wulf & Lamb have you covered all day long. They’ve even got sweet stuff from Ruby’s of London so you can treat yourself too.


51 Queen Caroline Street, London W6 9QL, United Kingdom

The Gate is one of the OG veggie restaurants in London and even after 25 plus years, they’re still going strong with sister sites in Islington and Marylebone. Much of the menu is already vegan but they’re also happy to swap out ingredients on other plates to make them vegan. And they’ve got some bangin’ vegan puds too.


76A Clarence Rd, London E5 8HB
Hackney Downs Hackney Downs

This community-run cafe cooks simple and fresh food at affordable prices, and can you really ask for more than that? Their beef style burger, made with seitan and soya mince is levels above the rest but they’ve got everything from moussaka to deli sandwiches to lentil shepherd’s pie on the menu.


1 Westgate St, London E8 3RL, UK
London Fields

Run by Kali and Mem, Palm Greens is a plant based salad bar that’s been trading at the likes of KERB, Broadway Market and Victoria Park Market, and has now set up shop inside NTs. Salads make up the bulk of the menu and draw inspiration from around the world, like the Middle Eastern Super Freekah (with roast cauliflower, broccoli, dried fig, barley and tahini) and the Mexican Arroz Con Pinto (with red rice, black beans, red cabbage and charred jalapeno black bean hummus). They don’t skimp on portion sizes here and if you bring your own lunchbox, they’ll give you a little discount too. On weekends Palm Greens is also serving up vegan brunch with dishes including Avo Salsa Toast, Scallion Pancake and Apple Tahini Toast.


222 North End Road, London W14 9NU, UK
West Brompton West Brompton West Brompton

Going since 2004, 222 was doing vegan way before it was cool. Their all-you-can-eat lunchtime buffet comes in at £11.50 and they do an a la carte menu in the evening, featuring the likes of seitan stroganoff, pumpkin and pine-nut risotto, egusi, and apple crumble.


Unit 9, Avant Garde, Richmix Square, London, E1 6LD
Shoreditch High Street

Afetr killing it on the festival and street food circuit, The Vurger Co finally went perm in Shoreditch in 2018. The restaurant serves up a full menu including the Tabasco Auburger, made from aubergines, chickpeas, red onion and vegan cheese, as well as the Classic, the Mexican and the MLT, packed full of baked mushrooms and rocket and topped with walnut and sundried tomato paste. Oh and there’s also the infamous mac’n’cheese and milkshakes.


2-10 Bethnal Green Rd, Shoreditch, London E1 6GY, UK
Shoreditch High Street

Cookdaily is back at Boxpark in Shoreditch with an express-style menu of vegan bowls – that means five permanent dishes, including the pad thai, the infamous green curry and the chickpea & sweet potato Yoga Fire, with a special rotating each week. With options to add veggies, chickn, and puff tofu, you defo won’t miss the meat.

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