Head to the city where this unique eatery brings you some of the finest vegan brunches and roasts in London. From their vegetable wellington to their aubergine chermoula, they're a spot worth going out of your way for.
Vegan Restaurants In East London
If anywhere is veritable proof that London's meat-eating habits have changes, it's the east. From Shoreditch and Dalston to Hackney and Walthamstow, there's no shortage of restaurants dishing out the best in vegan bites, from pizza and junk food to serious salads. So where to start? Whether it's vegan tacos or seitan burgers, we've come up with a list of some of East London's best vegan restaurants for your chowing pleasure.
SpiceBox may be home to the vegan Indian street food that we all know and love, but they've opened a vegan curry house in East London to bring those delicious wares to the masses. Expect classic plates with a meat-free status.
Notorious as one of the first vegan pubs in London, The Spread Eagle have been making strides in the city. From their amped up interiors down to their ever-changing Mexican vegan menu, you're well overdue a visit if you haven't been already.
Sure, you came for some of the best vegan places to eat in East London, but you've also come across one of the prettiest. Pastel pink and 'gram friendly, Genesis is vegan junk food and stunning pictures on a whole other level.
Mildreds Dalston? Yeah, you've heard of their Soho restaurant, but their Dalston space is the place to head for vegan eats in East London, promising everything from meat-free burgers to classic (almost to the point of gastro) vegan plates.
A cool cafe/restaurant in the heart of Hackney that is just as big on community as it is on vegan food, no list of vegan restaurants in East London would be complete without the addition of the Black Cat Cafe... right?
While vegan burgers are here to stay, and vegan pizza is getting better by the day, it's vegan fish and chips that was relatively untouched, until Sutton and Sons came about. Their only vegan shop in London, head to the Hackney site for fish-free bites that are as bold as the real thing.