More Best London Vegan Restaurants

Have you ever wondered where to go to for a good Vegan restaurant in London, well here is another list of my top ones to choose from.

Source:
https://secretldn.com/vegan-restaurants-london/

1. Mildred’s, various locations

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Having graced Soho for almost thirty years, Mildred’s is one of the best-loved vegan restaurants in town. They can count Blue Ollis amongst their many fans, who have helped Mildred’s to spread to Camden, Dalston, and King’s Cross. Here, your plant-based food comes in the guise of Sri Lankan curries, halloumi burgers, and even peanut butter chocolate mousse cake. Whoever said eating clean was boring clearly never ate here…

Four locations across London, find your nearest one here.

2. Pied a Terre, Fitzrovia

Vegan Dining Pied A Terre

This luxurious, Michelin-starred restaurant near Goodge Street is highly-regarded for its veggie-friendly haute cuisine. They offer both vegetarian and vegan five-course tasting menus, which are perfect for a fancy fine-dining date with the vegan in your life!

3. 222 Veggie Vegan, West Kensington

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This West Kensington joint was on our radar even before Vegan London kindly recommended it, and for good reason. Whilst everything is low-fat, low-salt, and non-GM, they don’t skimp on flavour. Prepare to waddle out of here, particularly if you choose the all-you-can-eat lunchtime buffet; more vegan food than you could possibly manage, all for £10.

222 North End Road, West Kensington, W14 9NU. Nearest station is West Brompton.

4. Comptoir V, Kensal Green

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Comptoir V aims to appeal to vegans and meat-eaters alike, and it’s fair to say the menu has us pretty much hooked. The food draws influences from all over the world, and features signature dishes with Middle Eastern and North African origins. Quite simply, Comptoir V is one of the best reasons to head to Kensal Green we’ve yet heard.

1 Keslake Mansions, 12 Station Terrace, NW10 5RU. Nearest station is Kensal Green.

5. Wildflower, Peckham

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An ascetic veggie and vegan canteen within the Peckham Levels complex, Wildflower offers a smashing ‘vegan full English’, tons of appetizing brunch, lunch and dinner options, and a six-course vegan tasting menu for just £25pp. Wild, man, wild. Level 5, Peckham Levels, 95a Rye Ln, SE15 4ST.

6. Fed By Water, Dalston

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Brought to our attention by Secret London’s resident vegan Asli, Fed By Water is a modern Italian restaurant specialising in clean eating. Their commitment runs so deep that they use only purified water during the cooking process. So when you leave this place, you’ll be extra healthy – and stuffed full of delicious pasta, of course.

64 Kingsland High St, Dalston, E8 2LX. Nearest station is Dalston Kingsland.

7. Rasa, Stoke Newington

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Another recommendation from inside Secret London HQ, this is where we’re heading next time we fancy a curry. Rasa serves up incredible vegetarian and vegan dishes from southern India, deservedly winning plaudits for doing so. A wide selection of curries forms the basis of the menu, and the battered banana boli with a peanut and ginger dip makes for a delicious starter. You won’t be able to walk past without being intrigued – particularly since the exterior is a vibrant shade of pink.

They have two restaurants, but the Stoke Newington one is more vegan-friendly. Find it at 55 Stoke Newington Church St, N16 0AR. Nearest station is Stoke Newington.

8. Wulf & Lamb, Chelsea

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“Run with the wolves, eat with the lambs” is the ethos of Wulf & Lamb, and it seems like Not So Quiet Grrl (aka Nadia) has been running with the wolves. She was kind enough to tell us about this place, which offers smashing breakfasts as well as hearty mains. There also happens to be a mango and passionfruit cheesecake with our name written on it…

243 Pavilion Road, Chelsea, SW1X 0BP. Nearest station is Sloane Square.

9. Mooshies, Shoreditch

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This vegan burger joint is quickly becoming one of the darlings of Brick Lane. Choose one of the burgers, load up on some sides, and contemplate why you didn’t make the switch to veganism earlier. Hmm, it was probably bacon. It usually is…

104 Brick Lane, E1 6RL. Nearest station is Shoreditch High Street.

10. St Margaret’s House Gallery Cafe, Bethnal Green

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Out in Bethnal Green, you’ll find the community and charity hub known as St Margaret’s House. Here, you can do yoga or take an art class, but we’d recommend heading straight to the cafe. Start with breakfast – either the vegan full English or a stack of American-style pancakes should do nicely – and watch it get better from there. Absolutely everything here is vegan, so kiss a not-so-fond goodbye to the days of going off-menu!

St. Margaret’s House, 21 Old Ford Road, Bethnal Green, E2 9PL. Nearest station is Bethnal Green.

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Great Vegan Eat-Outs in London

Where can you go for some great Vegan eat outs?

Well in London there are actually some really great places which serve the best Vegan dishes.

I will share with below some of my most favourite’s from dirty burgers to pub grub…Go and check them out!

Temple of Seitan – Hackney. Best for Vegan burgers, Fillet of Chicken, Pop Corn Chick and amazing dips.

Temple of Hackney 10 Morning Lane
E9 6NA

All made from Seitan. Seitan is a fantastic meat alternative. Made from protein-rich wheat gluten, it is both tasty and nutritious.

Sutton And Sons – Fish and Chips
240 Graham Road, London E8 1BP

Fish and chips chain Sutton and Sons the first completely vegan chippy in London.

The best Vegan Fish and Chips in London, plus Vegan pies…Check it out!

Best vegan pizza at Purezza
Camden: 43 Parkway, Camden, NW1 7PN

Everything is plant based in this pizzeria: Dough balls full of delicious (homemade) ‘Vegan cheese’, pizzas of every variety and taste, full of stringy ‘Vegan mozzarella’ 

Best vegan pub The Spread Eagle
​141 Albert Street, Camden Town, London NW1 7NB


The food offering is headed up by Meriel Armitage from Club Mexicana, without a doubt one of the best vegan street food trucks around. The Spread Eagle.

Biff Jack’s shack inside the Eat 17 Spar on Orford Road, Biff’s x Eat 17

Signature ‘crispy fried jackfruit’ is totally unique, and totally filthy ‘Jackfruit’ My favorite is the ‘Samuel Jackson’ burger

One of the best places for Vegan burgers


Crosstown Vegan Doughnuts 9b Cullum St, EC3M 7JJ

A selection of the best vegan doughnuts in London. All doughnuts are made fresh every day.

New World Vegan is back!

Proud to be blogging again and proud to being a Vegan.

Hi Everyone, I am back!

My Journey as a Vegan continues and is going from strength to strength, I have not looked back on my days as a meat eater. I feel fantastic both with my body and my mind is so free and open to all types of soil based foods.

I must say all my nutritional requirements are on-point, I went to my GP for a full blood works. My Cholesterol is under 3, where the average is 5, my sugar levels are norm and all my other bodily requirements are in the norm.

Even my close family and friends have commented how I look healthy and my waist line is good, I weigh 11st 5lb and feel really good.

I decided to restart my blog firstly because the cost was much more reasonable than what was originally being asked to renew my subscription. Secondly, I have had such positive feedback from family and friends that my blogs were a positive influence. I would like to build on this positive energy and inspire many more.

Anyone who is still on the fence of becoming Vegan, give yourself a month on a Vegan diet, plan ahead on what you’ll be eating, find some Vegan restaurants, look at the options in the Supermarket and then plan your month being meat and dairy free.

Why is Veganism so Hard?

It’s like Marmite, the journey of a Vegan to other people.

People say to me why have I given up juicy meats and delicious dairy foods for vegetables and Tofu instead? Then the next quick questions which follow:, has Doctor told you to change your diet? or are you Ill?..lol

My answer is the usual, ‘No’ I am fully healthy, this is just my personal challenge. Then the look of weirdo follows..lol

So why is Veganism so hard for others to see or try?

Well, it’s the breaking away from the norm and expectations that society has made us become, where the food we eat must have been reared in a cage, slaughtered and then cooked.

Whilst exposing our bodies to countless man-made chemicals.

The key to me succeeding my own challenge and beyond my three-month target is knowing that I am making myself fitter, healthier and taking away profits from the meat and dairy factories.

Otherwise, I’d be eating this:

pill burger

5K Vegan Runner

Hi Everyone,

I have achieved another of my personal challenges this week since becoming Vegan three months ago.

I have completed two 5K runs! I have never been a distance runner ever but I have found new energy levels since I change my diet.

I’ll be going for another 5K run next week and my target time is 25 min, it might take a couple more runs mind you.

It feels really great being Vegan!

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I’ve Done It!!!

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I never thought it possible but today I have reached the third month of my personal Vegan Challenge and I feel GREAT!

Yesterday, I went to Vegan Chinese restaurant (Loving Hut) in Archway with the family, it was so tasty and no joke my Vegan fish and chips were bang-on just like the real thing!

My Son had a Vegan beef burger and for a Nine-year-old to rave afterward that he could not tell it wasn’t meat says a lot.

I am happy to continue my  Vegan journey and looking forward to sharing my adventures as a ‘New World Vegan’.

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Why is Veganism so Hard?

It’s like Marmite, the journey of a Vegan to other people.

People say to me why have I given up juicy meats and delicious dairy foods for vegetables and Tofu instead? Then the next quick questions which follow:, has Doctor told you to change your diet? or are you Ill?..lol

My answer is the usual, ‘No’ I am fully healthy, this is just my personal challenge. Then the look of weirdo follows..lol

So why is Veganism so hard for others to see or try?

Well, it’s the breaking away from the norm and expectations that society has made us become, where the food we eat must have been reared in a cage, slaughtered and then cooked.

Whilst exposing our bodies to countless man-made chemicals.

The key to me succeeding my own challenge and beyond my three-month target is knowing that I am making myself fitter, healthier and taking away profits from the meat and dairy factories.

Otherwise, I’d be eating this:

pill burger