Not only a dream in the interior design department, Soho's Scarlett Green know a thing or two about the art of the vegan brunch. Not only can your experience be made bottomless, you'll chow down on everything from baked aubergine fritters to celeriac toast with scrambled tofu.
Vegan Brunches in London
You get vegan sausage; you get a vegan sausage; and YOU get a vegan sausage. From avocado topped sourdough to the best in English breakfasts with a vegan twist, we've searched high and low to bring you all the seitan bacon you can handle in a list of the best vegan brunches (including the bottomless) in London.
if you haven't heard of Made In Chelsea (or simply don't watch it), don't fret; Tell Your Friends may be run by two of the show's stars, but it's all about the food here, especially the vegan brunches. Hunker down in a pastel pink enviroment for a vegan full English, ackee scrambled eggs and more.
Get your boozy brunch fix as this Peckham favourite teams up with Level 6 Yoga Studios to bring you a vegan take on the beloved afternoon feast. Think plant-based pancakes, sweetcorn fritters and avo toast matched with free-flowing spritzes, bloody marys and margaritas.
Known for their cool beers and neon-lit venues, BrewDog is changing the way we drink across the city. And along with revolutionary approaches to craft beer, the brand also takes meat-free seriously, with a vegan brunch offering, or if you head to the Dalston outpost, the kitchen is manned by Biff's Jack Shack.
Looking for the perfect place to wine and dine in the City? If your idea of a good meal includes fluffy, steamed buns, Asian small plates and mouthwatering raw dishes washed down with modern cocktails and sake, then add Vintry Izakaya to your list.
Black Cat in Hackney has infamy on its side, churning out some of the biggest and best vegan plates in East London, and their brunch is no exception. Served until 4pm, you can indulge in their fry-up of beans, vegan sausage and more.
by Chloe. hasn't been in London for all that long, but they've gained vegan notoriety. If you're interested in trying their brunch, head down on Saturdays and Sundays to enjoy the likes of scrambled tofu and quinoa hash browns until 4pm.
Sure, Caravan in King's Cross may always have a queue come the weekend, but that's because its humble plates and pared back interiors are worth it. For the brunching vegans among you? There are plenty of dishes that can be made vegan, and more than enough avocado toast to go around.
If you're a vegan/vegetarian in London, you've likely already become familiar with a name such as Mildreds. And if you're not? Let their brunch do the talking. Head on over to their Dalston site for a big brunch of organic scrambled eggs or tofu, "sausage", slow roasted tomato and oak smoked house beans. If you fancy a mimosa alongside? Go right ahead.