London Vegan | MY FAVORITE PLACES TO EAT VEGAN IN LONDON!
Hi bb’s! It’s here it’s here my London Vegan list!!! YAY! Sharing a list of my favorite places to eat in London, as a plant-based eater! Believe it or not I had some of the BEST vegan food while in London! I was surprised by how many vegan restaurants there were, as well as how many non-vegan restaurants ended up having great plant-based options! If you know me then you know I am very food driven lol, so I feel like I have a pretty solid list but with that being said I know for a fact that I only got to make it to a fraction of eateries available between my most recent 2 trips across the pond! Soooo… if you have any to add to the list that I didn’t mention, leave them in a comment below and I will try and make it there next time I am in London! 🙂 Otherwise ENJOY! And if you happen to make it to one of the places I list below post a photo on insta and tag me @shaylaquinn ! I wanna know what you think! xo
LONDON VEGAN LIST:
Palm Vaults is the cutest little vegan friendly cafe and it is easily my favorite spot I discovered, not just for the food (which was fab!) but because the interior is covered in pink and plants; my 2 favorite things! I had THE BEST avocado toast at Palm Vaults, plus a delicious “Magical Mushroom Coffee” (you know I love my mushroom coffee) and for dessert I had the vegan banana bread with coconut yogurt and berries- everything was so INSANELY good!
Mildred’s was so good I went twice. I went to the one in SOHO but they have 3 other locations as well!! I had the Sri Lankan Curry Bowl which was so so good, and I also got a side of broccolini, which was equally as good. The second time I ordered take out and got the curry bowl again because.. well it was that good.. and I also got their veggie dumplings which were delish as well!
The Big V is located inside Borough Market (which is a vibe in itself!) and they literally made me the best vegan burger I’ve ever had. The burger was as big as my head but I still ate the entire thing.. and if I am going to be honest: I was ready for another one as soon as it was done because it was so so good. They had a lot of different options but by the time I got there they had run out of the more fancy burgers so I got the classic one but I did not care one bit because even the classic burger was INSANELY GOOD! You must try!!!!
By Chloe. is always a safe bet when it comes to quick delicious vegan food. We have one here in LA and I have always gotten great food when I have eaten there, so I knew that I would be happy going to the one in London! I absolutely LOVE their fries and beet ketchup, and the burger I had was so good too!
F O L K Cafe is literally my favorite little cafe in Suffolk. The interior is to die for (ummmm I need this pink couch right?!) it’s super cozy and comfortable, GREAT coffee, great service… all around good vibes. Parking is easy and they have free wi-fi which was perfect for me so I could work on my laptop! As far as food goes they had a variety of vegan snacks, soups and toasts! I could spend the entire day in there! I also noticed they have monthly workshops which is so cute too.. Love love love. 10/10 would recommend!
Genesis is literally Namatshay if it were a restaurant: all pink, and all plant-based. It’s a vibe for suuuuuure. Like I said it’s completely pink inside (even the toilets are pink! #GOALS!) and they have a pretty big menu of organic vegan dishes to choose from. I LOVED their vegan “Genesis Burger” but the salad I got was ok (I got the asian salad).. it was less than great if I am going to be honest, BUT I did like it there and had great service so I would def go back again and try out some different menu options! I think they specialize in vegan comfort food, so I would go back and try some of their heartier dishes out instead of a salad next time!
Joe & the Juice is one of my go-to spots in LA so I was stoked to see them EVERYWHERE when I was in London! They have great coffee and great juices, plus they have some vegan friendly breakfast items (I love the joe-gurt!) which are great for on the go!
Franco Manco all I am going to say is this: BEST SOURDOUGH CRUST VEGAN PIZZA EVER! One more tip: ask for some chili oil and dip your pizza in it.. ughhhhh so good I want some right now!!!! PS: they have them all over- so check out their website to see which location is nearest you! I have been to 2 different ones.. that’s how good it is!
Wild Food Cafe is a super cute little cafe in Neals Yard (which is a vibe in itself!) I had their soup of the day which was good! They had a pretty big menu that I didn’t really get to dive in to because I wasn’t super hungry when I went (weird I know, I am always hungry) but I would def go back again to try some more items out!
Press great spot for juices, vegan protein smoothies, coffee and take away soups!
Bill’s was a funky spot I stumbled on while in search for vegan breakfast in SOHO. Apparently this is a chain restaurant but I had a pretty decent vegan breakfast here! It wasn’t my most favorite place but in a pinch it works! Also, this would be a good spot to go to if you are going with non-vegans as they have a full menu for those type of peeps 😉
My Neighbors the Dumplings has the best vegan dumplings ever!!! I love the picnic style tables, the energy of this spot was so good, cozy environment, great sake and even better food. 10/10 would recommend!
Vegalicious immediately caught my eye because it’s completely pink (#GOALS!) and then I was even more stoked to find out they serve vegan soul food! I can’t remember what I got exactly but it was super yummy and the couple that owns it was super nice! Will def be going back here again!
Aubaine is such a chic looking little French inspired cafe in SOHO! They are not a necessarily a vegan restaurant but I had a really delicious salad here that was vegan friendly! They also had a great crudités plate that was delish and buffalo cauliflower bites that were amazing! If you sit outside they will give you a blanket too which was such a cute touch.. loved it here!
Gastronome-Me is a super cute cozy cafe in Suffolk with some great vegan options! I went there for breakfast and had the wild mushrooms on sourdough and if I am going to be honest I haven’t stopped thinking about it since I ate there lol.. it was really really good!!
Also worth noting: Whole Foods is easily accessible in the UK which ended up being a great place for me to stop and load up on vegan friendly snacks, celery juice and soups to-go!
PS: have you checked out my new vegan e-book?!