Vegan Restaurant Reviews

Maana

Maana prides itself on not just investigating foods, it ensures its food choices are healthy.  If you are keen about foods that deliver natural nourishment, then Maana’s chefs have varied international backgrounds.

Address: 4 Erskine Road, Primrose Hill, London NW3 3AJ

The Gate

The Gate based in Islington offers a touch of French, Italian, Middle-eastern and Mediterranean influences.  Its crème de la crème include Madonna and Gwyneth Paltrow.

Address: 370 St John Street EC1V 4NN

Vanilla Black

Vanilla is known for being creative and for providing a menu that is not only varied but awesomely imaginative.

Address: 17 – 18 Took’s Street, London EC4A 1LB

Itadaki Zen 

At Itadaki, you have a choice of good-sized vegan foods from creative dishes ranging from but not limited to sushi and bento sets that offer brilliant Japanese flavours.

Address: 139 Kings Cross Road, London WC1X 9BJ

Grain Store

Located in a former wheat warehouse, this restaurant is more veg-centric than being vegetarian.

Address:  Granary Square, 1-3 Stable Street, London N1, 020-7324 4466

Amico Bio

Amico Bio shares a close proximity to the Barbican in an exiquisitely calm location facing St Batholomew-the-Great church.  True to its location, it offers a relaxed atmosphere.  Staff are on hand to assist you in navigating the menu.

The ingredients are internationally sourced from the owners’ organic farm in Capua, which gives you a real sense of natural flavour.

Address: 44 Cloth Fair, London EC1A 7JQ

Fed By Water

Fed has been described by people accustomed to it as an Italian  restaurant that stands out.  The quality of its ingredients is its unique selling point and for those who like to have their pizzas with a touch of music, this is the vegan restaurant to pay a visit.

Address: Kingsland Shopping Centre, Dalston Cross Shopping Centre, 64 Kingsland High St, London E8 2LX

Ethos

This self-service restaurant combines yumminess with freshness in its meat-free menu selection.  Non-pricey, it offers a mix of 75% vegan dishes alongside other options.  It has been dubbed as great for vegetarians and vegans.

Address: 48 Eastcastle Street, Fitzrovia, W1W 8DX

Wild Food Café

Vegan and organically charming, it is being described as a magnet for vegans and non-vegans alike but one which may be outliving its current location.  A vegan heaven in an upstairs alley way in Covent Garden, it is definitely the place to visit if you are keen about healthy smoothies and freshness.

Address: First Floor, 14 Neal’s Yard, Covent Garden WC2 9DP

Redemption Shoreditch

Famed for being booze-free, this is an ideal restaurant / bar for teetotalism.  Its clientele comes from far and wide and is almost exclusively made up of women in their 30s according to one visitor. Its cuisine includes raw beetroot linguini and cauliflower kimchi.

Address: 320 Old Street, London EC1V 9DR

Titbits

A chic and high-ended Swiss restaurant in Mayfair it offers a self-service buffet with a distinctive choice of vegan and non-vegan foods. For the cautious, the food is by weight.

Address: 12 – 14 Heddon Steeet, Mayfair, London W1B 4DA

Carnevale

Carnevale is famed for its beautiful selection of choice Mediterranean, Turkish, European and middle-eastern cuisine.  If you are looking for a homely ambiance and great atmosphere, this could be your next destination.

Address: 135 Whitecross Street, London EC1Y 8JL

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