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The Best Vegan Burgers In London
Ditch the bland bean burgers, say see ya' later to stodge and get ready to explore the city's finest meat-free buns. Whether you're craving a Moving Mountains or Beyond Meat alternative, have a hankering for some Mexican-themed munching, or just fancy a classic with mustard and gherkins, our city is bursting with epic restaurants that have raised the steaks (get it?) in the plant-based burger scene. Check out our guide to London's best vegan burgers and prepare to have your socks blown off.
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Home to one heck of a Moving Mountains burger, Old Compton Brasserie pulls out all the stops with its plant-based offering. Beautifully stacked with shiitake bacon, vegan cheese, fresh salad, gherkin and avo mayo, you'll be dreaming about this bad boy for days afterwards.
From Beyond Meat patties slathered in mustard 'mayo,' grilled aubergine, zucchini straws and Violife cheddar through to spicy buffalo cauliflower and nachos, Haché has got a mouthwatering selection of food for vegans and veggies to choose from.
Offering their unique spin on the classic vegan burger, Blues Kitchen serve up a lip-smacking creole bean creation you're sure to love. Made with a creole bean patty, tomato salsa, vegan mayo and vegan cheese, it's one heck of a way to fill up before a night of dancing.
The Leyton Star is a super place to chomp away on beer and burgers with your mates in East London. This classic neighborhood hangout offers 'The Burger Formerly Known As Prince' with a new and improved recipe of spicy bean patty, guac, salsa and soft sesame bun.
If you like your vegan burger with a side of arcade games, The Four Thieves is just the spot for you. Head on over to the quirky Battersea haunt and fuel up on a spicy bean burger topped with fiery salsa and served in a beetroot bun, before kicking ass on some old school consoles.
The first venue from Made In Chelsea alumnus, Lucy Watson - Tell Your Friends is a 100% vegan restaurant in the heart of West London. Serving a selection of light bites and comfort food classics, the burger here is made from a Moving Mountains patty, and smothered in cashew nut cheese.
Wrap your hands around the Dirty Bones Mac Daddy burger for the ultimate indulgent feast. Sat atop a Moving Mountains B12 burger is their signature vegan macaroni cheese, smoky mushroom 'short rib' and espresso-spiked BBQ sauce - the stuff of hangover dreams.
Upgrade your vegan burger to this rather posh option at Rail House Cafe. Made with black bean, sweet potato and quinoa, it's then topped with vegan tzatziki and tomato. Finish that off with a side of rosemary salted chips and a refreshing cocktail from the experts behind the bar.
Mildred's is a mainstay in London's bustling vegan food scene, so it comes as no surprise that they've got multiple vegan burgers just waiting to be munched on. Our fave? The teriyaki faux-chicken offering with shichimi mayo, pea shoots, cucumber, pickled red onion and a brioche bun.
The Vurger Co started off with humble beginnings as a pop-up, serving hand-crafted treats hot off the grill. Now you can swing by their flagship in Shoreditch to gorge on the New York Melt, Big Mex, Auberginer or Classic with sumptuous sides aplenty.
Genesis isn't just a feast for the eyes, it really packs a punch when it comes to lip-smacking vegan dishes. Cue the American Woman Burger, an elegantly stacked beauty of creamy coleslaw whiskey BBQ sauce, onion rings, jalapenos, gherkins and melted cheese.
Toting an all-new vegan menu, Patty and Bun have not only managed to convince us they provide some of the city's best veggie chicken nuggets, but their burgers are equally as impressive. Check out the Pamela, a glittering bun stuffed with a plant patty, gherkins, mayo and THIS bacon.
One of the most established vegan joints in London, The Full Nelson are dishing out hot vegan burgers that are instant winners. From the chick'n Colonel signature to the Sith with Deptford Death Sauce and their every-changing daily specials, there's simply too much to choose from.
Located in the heart of Covent Garden, Redemption is something of an institution for vegan Londoners. And the jewel in the entirely plant-based crown? Their signature burger - a shitake mushroom, hemp seed and quinoa patty, served in a warm charcoal brioche. After all, black is the new black.
While Mac & Wild might be better known for their carnivorous tendencies, their new menu also includes some plant-based treats. Staying true to their veggie roots, the vegan burger here comes complete with a veggie haggis patty, beetroot ketchup and vegan cheesy fondue - enough to turn the head of any meat-eater.
Farmacy's signature burger is so fresh that it almost seems healthy. Made with a millet, black bean and mushroom patty, aquafaba aioli, goji ketchup, carrot & celeriac remoulade, house-made pickles and served in a fresh sour dough bun, it's one guilt-free feast.
A firm fave in the vegan eating scene, Wulf & Lamb can certainly be trusted to deliver one delicious bun. Try their signature Wulf burger made with seitan, tomato, baby gem, pickle, red onion and cashew aioli, stuffed into a brioche bun before served with sauerkraut and wedges.