Best Vegetarian Roasts in London
Whether you've adopted a meat-free lifestyle or fancy settling into a Sunday roast without the meaty bite, London is hands down one of the best places for a vegetarian roast dinner in the UK. From your humble nut roast and seitan alternatives down to sweet potato twists on your Sunday favourites, check out our recommendations for the best vegan and vegetarian roasts in London.
One of the most casual and charming pubs in Vauxhall, The Black Dog don't scrimp when it comes to a vegetarian friendly Sunday roast in London. Piled high with vegetables, Yorkshires and roast potatoes, head on down for a plate to rival all meat-eaters.
Islington's looking to seem like the place to head when it comes to chasing down a vegetarian roast in London. Coming at you with a vegetarian wellington paired with all the trimmings, this cool beer haunt comes up trumps in the Sunday department.
For a seriously banging Sunday roast, make your way over to The Duke of Sussex. This Waterloo gem serves up one of the best veggie options around, piling the plates high with crispy spuds, cauliflower cheese gratin and the humble Yorkshire pud.
Come to the Arnos Arms and you can treat yourself to a delicious Nut Roast, covered in vegetarian gravy and olive oil roast potatoes. But that's not all – these guys loved locally sourced beer and ale, with all of them brewed in the borough of Enfield, as well as Borough Wines available to wash it all down.
You've made your way to Bethnal Green, so it's only right that you visit the Cat and Mutton for a vegetarian London roast dinner. Join them as you settle into this cool and casual pub for a go at their wild mushroom wellington with all the trimmings.
The Mall Tavern isn't just one of the best looking pubs in Notting Hill, they're coming at you with delicious meat-free alternatives. Join them for a veggie Sunday roast in London as you tuck into a top notch vegetable and nut roast.
Nab yourself a meat-free roast this Sunday over at Rotunda, a gorgeous King's Cross restaurant and bar. Opt for two or three courses, with your main being salt-baked celeriac accompanied by roast potatoes, root veggies, greens, Yorkshire puds and plenty of gravy.