Vegetarian Restaurants in London

23 Jul

Here’s a great list of vegetarian restaurants in London! All are great, tasty and healthy, check them out.

Covent Garden

 

Wild Food Cafe  Screen Shot 2014-07-23 at 14.12.34 ‘Wild Food Cafe is a raw-centric food restaurant located in a magical Neal’s Yard in Covent Garden, London. We are focusing on wild, fresh, colourful gourmet ingredients & plant-based (vegan and vegetarian) cuisine.’

www.wildfoodcafe.com

 

Sagar Screen Shot 2014-07-23 at 14.21.47 ‘Sagar is a restaurant that is recognised as breaking new ground in the presentation of South Indian vegetarian dishes, including some which are new to this country’

www.sagarveg.co.uk

 

 


 

Soho

 

MildredsScreen Shot 2014-07-23 at 14.25.40 ‘Mildreds, established in 1988, serves internationally inspired vegetarian food which is made daily on the premises. Catering for vegetarians, yet popular with omnivores, Mildreds offers friendly informal service in a lively atmosphere coupled with excellent value for money’

www.mildreds.co.uk

 

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‘Quirky, passionate & individual – the focus is on fresh food & friendly service, simple decor of pine tables, stools & whitewashed walls, enlivened by original artwork. 18th Century listed building (the low seating alcoves were once used for ripening bananas!)’

www.foodforthought-london.co.uk


 

Piccadilly Circus

 

Tibits   IMG_3296-26b3fcdc   ‘Fresh, delicious, easy going – that’s tibits for you. Choose from over 40 homemade vegetarian and vegan salads, hot dishes, soups, freshly pressed juices and desserts from all over the world. You pay by weight, so you can take as much or as little as you want. tibits is the perfect spot for breakfast or after work drinks, a leisurely meal or some quick take-away.’

www.tibits.ch/en

 

Coach and Horses   The Coach and Horses pub ‘In March 2012 the Coach became London’s first and only vegetarian and vegan pub. The food is simple traditional fare which includes such favourites as Tofush and Chips (vegan), Welsh Rarebit, Beetroot Ravioli and our vegetarian pies’

www.thecoachandhorsessoho.co.uk

 

 


 

Tottenham Court Road

 

Vitaovitao-organic-london-(by-phoebe-ferris-rotman)‘Vitao is innovating a new fine eating sensation: gourmet living food! We are crafting taste bud treats of optimally healthy vegan meals, ranging from raw to gently cooked…The Vitao mission is to share sophisticated, mouth-watering tastes of healthy vegan living, and demonstrate how what we eat can feed a global change’

www.vitao.co.uk

 

Kin

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‘Kin came into fruition out of our common goal to provide honest, fresh and healthy food in a comfortable and friendly atmosphere, creating a haven in the hustle of Central London. We pride ourselves on our careful sourcing, great tasting products and a welcoming environment, with a strong emphasis on quality and sustainability across all areas’

www.kincafe.co.uk

 


 

 

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Carnivale

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Mediterannean Vegetarian Restaurant & Deli – “Carnevale is tiny but chic, so smart that a good number of diners never realise it is a vegetarian restaurant. Cooking capable of excellence, such as heart celeriac and horseradish soup or a spicy risotto with dried tomatoes and artichoke hearts.” – The Independent

www.carnevalerestaurant.co.uk

 

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‘London’s original vegetarian-organic-Italian restaurant, boasting an intimate, rustic dining area that doesn’t compromise on character and atmosphere, Amico Bio stands as one of the city’s more vivid, singular and innovative eateries’

www.amicobio.co.uk

 

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