The Skinny Kitchen Islington's Saturday fabulous brunch brings you plant-based folk soba noodles and falafel curry, all accompanied by 90 minutes of unlimited refills on cocktails, rum punch or prosecco. Plus, there's live entertainment throughout too.
Best 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.
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You can find a stellar vegan brunch at 601 Queen's Road in Wimbledon. This bright and airy eatery boasts an amazing menu featuring avocado 'green goddess' on toast, plus sweetcorn and courgette hash with chilli coconut yogurt, as well as a plant-based house brekkie.
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 takes meat-free seriously, with a vegan fry-up offering by Biff's Jack Shack that's seriously drool-worthy.
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.
You'll devour a delicious vegan brunch at The Cyclist. Start your morning the right way and order avocado on toast topped with pickled cabbage, vegan feta, mint and dill or for the sweet-toothed, grab a spoon and enjoy the house granola with coconut yogurt and a berry compote.
Bag a vegan brunch at The Breakfast Club; switch out eggs for scrambled tahini turmeric tofu with the famous veggie spoon, or opt for something a little more simple like smashed avo on toast. There's so much scran here minus the meat you'll be strapped for choice. Fill up on your favourites in Croydon, London Bridge, Seven Dials or another one of their epic locations.
Inspired by Australia's Gold Coast, Paradise Green near Liverpool Street is a pretty idyllic brunch spot. Whether you're adding on 90 minutes of bottomless cocktails or you're all about the food, you can expect tasty dishes like smashed avocado on charcoal sourdough, maple granola bowls or chilli and celeriac toast while surrounded by pastel and golden decor.
You'll find a delicious brunch in Battersea at No 29 Power Station West. Tuck into the likes of a fruity coconut chai bowl if you fancy something sweet, or avocado, vegan feta, lime and chilli on sourdough. There's even a house breakfast featuring falafel, mushrooms and tahini.
If you're after a plant-based platter of deliciousness this morning, then you're in for a treat. Ollie's House in Chelsea and Fulham slings out veg-packed brunch bowls, tofu breakfast baos and cocoa porridge, all in a seriously cool, tropical-style environment. There's also a DJ bottomless brunch every Saturday between 11.30am and 5pm.
Lantana Cafe Shoreditch is hands down one of the best places for vegan food. Their brunch dishes include everything from smashed avocado toast and poke bowls to wild mushrooms and The Veg Big Bubble Benedict. For drinks? Add on umlimited prosecco, juice or coffee. And if you're not in the area, check out their London Bridge or Fitzrovia venues instead.
If you're a vegan, Mildreds is a familiar name. And if 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, with mimosas rounding things off nicely.
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.
Westbourne Grove's entirely plant-based bar and restaurant, Farmacy, is a great spot for a vegan brunch that's healthy and nutritious. From loaded mushroom tacos to chocolate chip waffles, rawnola to earth bowls, there's plenty of freshly-prepared plates to explore.
Located within St. Margaret's House, Gallery Café is a community gem that features a wholesome menu of plant-based brunches. If you're craving a Full English, theirs comes with sausages, scrambled tofu, potato hash, heaps upon heaps of veg and sourdough for less than a tenner.
Southwark restaurant, The Table Café, is renowned for its wholesome vegan brunches, with The Green Goddess being the ultimate vegan fry-up. If you're swaying more toward a hearty burger, their portobello and chickpea patty is a brilliant alternative.