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Top 5 London Vegan Restaurants

The Veganuary campaign has many reasoning about evolving abstains from food, and the London eatery scene keeps on observing expert plant-based hotspots increase genuine followings. There are now so many vibrant and vivacious dishes to try in the city that it can be difficult to know where to start. So here are the top 5 London vegan restaurant in London.

1. Filth

Hip hangout with timber and iron decoration, offering renowned burgers, craft beer and shakes. Following the success of their first chapter at Tate Modern, celebrity chef Gizzi Erskine and nutritionist Rose Ferguson are all set to give this city’s booming vegan scene some healthy competition. If you love a bit of spice, there’s also a Seoul Burger served with kimchi, pear bulgogi sauce, and gochujang aioli, sitting in between a bright orange bun made with carrot and turmeric.

2. Sugar

It is a restaurant that is recognised as breaking new ground in the presentation of South Indian vegetarian dishes, including some which are new to this country. The Indian restaurent Suger is located in four place of London – Hammersmith, Covent Garden, Harrow and the West End. It offer a huge range of vegan curries, as well as vegan lentil pizzas or Uthappams. Udupi chefs are renowned for the cooking of traditional South Indian vegetarian food.

3. Redemption

The restaurant claims that it has the world’s healthiest bar restaurant, serving up vegan, sugar-free and wheat free food with an alcohol-free bar. This bar and restaurant is not only animal-product free, but sugar-free, wheat-free and alchol-free too. If that last one was enough to scare you off, let dishes of sweet and smoky barbecued jack-fruit burger or zucchini pasta with basil and pumpkin seed pesto tempt you back.

4. The Gallery Café

The cafe serves only vegetarian and vegan food. It’s a small cafe, comfortable seating inside and some lovely tables in a tiny front yard. Lovely coffee, polite staff and an amazing coffee walnut cupcake chockfull of walnuts. The service was pretentious. Price is also reasonable. The Gallery Cafe donates its money to a charity focused on community involvement.

 

5. Mildred’s Restaurant

International-themed vegetarian restaurant which favours organic, seasonal produce and wine. Central London’s most inventive vegetarian restaurant, Mildreds is crammed at lunchtime. Awesome selection of veggie and vegan dishes, quick service and attentive staff. Room can be a bit loud when busy. They don’t do reservations so one have to take chance.

 



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