Thought Iberica was all meat and seafood? Think again, because this Farringdon spot has quite the tasty plant-based selection. Tuck into Spanish fare and soak up Mediterranean drinks at this City spot, where the interiors are just as stunning as the small plates on offer.
Vegan Restaurants in London
It's easier, and more delicious than ever to be a vegan, but it's not always so easy to find a menu to suit you. From pubs hiding secret vegan options to dim sum restaurants that harbor a teaming selection of vegan dishes, we've decided to uncover the best restaurants in London that showcase a variety of vegan plates on their menus. Check out our recommendations for some of the best vegan friendly restaurants in London.
Farringdon pub The Apple Tree is one cracking place to grab vegan pub grub, along with their menu of diverse drinks and awesome eclectic live performance schedule. Swing by and you'll experience one truly unique night out in London.
From reality TV star through to vegan chef, Lucy Watson is opening her first restaurant. Tell Your Friends is located in Fulham and will be serving a hearty selection of vegan plates, alongside vegan drinks, and a downstairs yoga studio.
While their regular menu isn't always the most vegan friendly, it's the weekend where Hand of Glory tends to shine. Head on down to this Pagan themed pub every Sunday as their vegan roast dinner is something of a thing of beauty when paired with their drinks selection.
A favourite when it comes to reliable Vietnamese dishes, Pho is the perfect place for delicious dishes all day long. Alongside favourites like Gỏi, Cơm Tấm and, of course, Phở, you'll find a variety of tasty plant-based meals with a wide range of drinks to wash it all down.
Got a pizza craving? Head to Camden and you'll find the city's on vampire-themed pizzeria, dishing out mouthwatering vegan-friendly slices with a side of eccentric goings-on. Key pizzas here include the pun-tatsic Kale All Vampires, served on a signature charcoal base.
One of Seven Dials' most beautiful eateries, this stunning spot just off Covent Garden offers a neat selection of vegan-friendly eats and treats and a mean cocktail menu to wash it all down with.
Vegan burgers in London are quite the hot topic, and there's one pub in the city serving up some of the best. Currently joined by GoneBurger, this kitchen residency is piling up some of the biggest meat-free bites, alongside a vegan night once a month.
Taking the warm, friendly aspects of being a pub and mixing them with more modern touches, expect a menu packed to the brim with delicious vegan and vegetarian dishes, from their sharing plates menu to their varied big plates menu.
Asian food is often fish and meat friendly, but there's a dim sum restaurant that may just surprise you. Head on down to Ping Pong as they boast one of the best vegan menus in London packed with spicy vegetable dumpings and mushroom buns, you only have to ask the waitress and you'll get it.
When it comes to vegan menus in London, The Old Ship are standing pretty much head and shoulders above the rest. While normally pub menus are geared towards meat and fresh cuts, The Old Ship's vegan menu is a charming and delicious nod to all things animal and dairy free.
Popular restaurant chain Bill's are celebrating Veganuary with a special meat-free menu. Take your pick from delicious dishes such as miso aubergine fritters, spiced cauliflower and butternut squash falafel bowl and sticky chocolate pudding, available throughout the month.
It may be pretty damn hard to get a table at, but Farmacy has been labeled as one of the best vegan restaurants in London with good reason. Not only are the interiors cool and unique with foliage as the theme, the menu is a blend of raw plates, dairy free dishes and vegetarian ingredients.
We all know that cheese on a pizza can sometimes be considered pivotal to some, but that's completely different when you're vegan. So where to get some great vegan pizza in London? Join Zia Lucia as their vegan friendly options hail with all the flavour of Italy without the semblance of guilt.