Top 10 Vegan Restaurants in London

It’s World Vegan Day today, and to celebrate we’ve collated a list of some of the best vegan restaurants in London. 

Whether you live north, south, east or west - there’s no shortage of fantastic plant-based restaurants and cafes open across the city offering delicious alternatives to satisfy any veggie appetite.

Check out our list below:

Mildreds (Soho, Dalston, Kings Cross, Camden)

Pioneering meat-free cooking since 1988, Mildreds restaurant is a London classic. Whether you're vegan or not, they serve an array of different dishes; always delicious and there's something on the menu for everyone.

    Wulf & Lamb (Marylebone & Chelsea)

    Craving a hearty vegan meal made with fresh natural ingredients? Wulf & Lamb is the go-to spot. This plant-based restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner and also serves up an impressive vegan cocktail menu.

    Jusu Brothers (Notting Hill)

    Based in the heart of Notting Hill, this Japanese inspired cafe is a vegan favourite. Using natural and organic ingredients, Jusu Brothers serve up super healthy dishes, juices and smoothies. We recommend their french toast - it features our Cinnamon, Hazelnut & Almond Butter!

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    Farmacy (Notting Hill)

    A popular London vegan hotspot, Farmacy is a 100% plant-based and organic restaurant. They serve up classic and seasonal dishes, made with locally sourced produce. 

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    The Gallery Cafe (Bethnal Green)

    Tucked away in the heart of Bethnal Green, The Gallery Cafe is an award-winning, charity-driven cafe. They serve up low-cost vegan dishes, locally-ground coffees, vegan sweet treats, and healthy juices.

    gallery cafe bethnal green

      Black Cat Cafe (Hackney)

      In the heart of Hackney, Black Cat cafe-come-bookshop is the perfect morning spot, with local coffee and a fully plantbased menu - their vegan brekkie being a crowd favourite (and very reasonable priced!).

      black cat cafe hackney

      Cafe Van Gogh (Brixton)

      Cafe Van Goph is a 100% vegan, non-profit restaurant, with a garden courtyard and hearty vegan cuisine. Come rain or shine, you'll want to cosy up here - and they make a particularly great Sunday roast.

      cafe van gogh brixton

        Beza (Elephant & Castle)

        Prepare for a vegan Ethiopian experience at Beza. Traditional dishes that include like Misir Wot, Mung Beans, Beetroot and Potato, Ethiopian Salad, Tikil Gomen, and Kidney Beans - colourful, healthy and super fresh!

        beza Ethiopian

        Temple of Seitan (Hackney, Brixton, Camden, Kings Cross & Hammersmith)

        After opening in Hackney, Temple of Seitan's fried chicken and burger shop has become a vegan cult favourite. Using seitan to create vegan crispy 'chicken' wings, fillets and bites, their menu will satisfy all cravings.

        temple of seiten london

        Tofu Vegan London (Islington)

        This Chinese owned restaurant in Angel specialises in traditional regional favourites; a fully plantbased menu with dishes made from tofu and mushrooms as well as Asian imitation meat-free ingredients. Whether you're vegan or vegetarian (or neither!), Tofu Vegan will not disappoint.

        tofu vegan restaurant