Plant Power – My Vegan Foodie Guide to London

The days of few, boring Vegan options are long gone. If you’re considering turning vegan, or vegetarian but fearful of how to turn it into a lifestyle, or feel like you will miss out on eating out. London has your back. There are endless amounts of dishes to try, that cover every inch of the capital.

There’s no denying we’re spoilt for choice on the food front in this city. In this guide, I’m sharing some great options to eat vegan in the city. (I haven’t visited them all but determined to make my way through them, sorry Mr Bank account)


Tell your friends, Fulham
Redemption, Notting Hill
Wulf & Lamb, Sloane Square
222 Vegan Cuisine, Kensington
Farmacy, Notting Hill


Hemsley & Hemsley, Marylebone
Wild Food Cafe, Neals Yard
Tibits, London Bridge & Soho
Mildreds, Soho
Yorica, Soho
Ethos Food, Fitzrovia
Vanilla Black, Chancery Lane
The Gate, Marylebone
Deliciously Ella, Mayfair


We are Vegan Everything, Hackney
Purezza, Camden
Cookies and Scream, Holloway Road
Lele’s, Hackney
Black Cat, Hackney
Temple of Seitan, Hackney
Manna Cuisine, Primrose Hill
Club Mexicana, Camden
Fanny’s Kebabs, Stoke Newington
Loving Hut, Archway
Slaw, Earl’s Court
Nem Nem, Islington


The Canvas Cafe, Brick Lane
The Gallery Cafe, Bethnal Green
Redemption, Shoreditch & Notting Hill
Mooshies, Brick Lane
90 Degree Melt, Mile End
The Hive, Bethnal Green


Bonnington Cafe, Vauxhall
Cafe Van Gogh, Brixton
Lu-ma, Wimbledon
Little H, Parsons green
Wholemeal Café, Streatham
Rubys of London, Greenwich Market
Picky Wops, Brixton
Firezza, Various locations

Unfortunately, I’ve often found that the vegan alternatives can be on the pricier side. So I wanted to share a few that I’ve come across which are delicious, and budget friendly: Leon, Wagamama, Zizzi, Pizza Express, Nandos, Las Iguanas, Honest Burger,

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