26 Vegan Restaurants in London

By Rachel George


At a time when being health conscious is more than just a trend, it’s important for those following a vegan lifestyle to be able to find vegan options when they travel. To make your search a bit easier for you, we’ve compiled a list of 26 vegan restaurants in London.

Amrutha Lunge

Since opening last year, Amrutha Lounge has been voted London’s top restaurant on TripAdvisor. The restaurant received 5-star ratings on 429 of their 471 comments, and is applauded for their generous portions, delicious food, and pay as you like service.

By Chloe

The menu consists of foods made from black beans, cashew nuts, mushrooms, and other ingredients, transforming familiar American dishes like meatballs and burgers. By Chloe has three locations with a fourth in the works.


Boxpark in Shoreditch offers a unique pop up shopping and dining experience for local and global visitors. They’ve got pizza, Mexican dishes, noodles, coffee and a large selection of beer from The Cronx Brewery.

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The Cronx Brewery

Dishoom Restaurant

Dishoom has quality vegan, vegetarian, and non-vegan menu items featuring fresh fruits, naan rolls, and spiced soy keema with home-made vegan buns.


Health conscious restaurants like Farmacy create exceptional meals dedicated to heal, restore, and rebalance your mind and the world while “eating nature as intended.” The restaurant offers classic desserts like banana bread, peanut butter pudding, brownie sundaes, and raw chocolate tarts made from homemade sauces and gluten free ingredients.

Grain Store Café & Bar

Michelin-star winning chef Bruno Loubet used inspiration from his traveling to establish this award-winning restaurant in 2013. Everything is made fresh to order including the homemade juices and other allergen-free dishes.

Honey & Co.

This husband/wife run café serves food from the Middle East including roasted lamb, tahini, and falafel. Since opening in 2012, expansion has led to them opening a deli, a grocery store, and a big grill house called Honey & Smoke just around the corner.

Honi Poke Soho

Dive into healthy, protein-filled poké bowls served with salmon, chorizo, tun, salty mango, and other toppings at this Hawaiian restaurant in Soho.

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Mildred’s opened in the late 80s when vegetarian food was still a bit new. Now, the restaurant feeds London from four locations, Kings Cross, Dalston, Soho, and Camden.

Miranda Café

Enjoy heart-healthy delicious vegan and vegetarian dishes made with an international twist. The beverage menu houses a lot of vegan beer and juices made with ginger and lemon like the Tropical Sugar Cane Lemonade.


This Soho restaurant boasts a cultural contemporary approach reflective in their chic styled décor, complete with marble floors, royal blue banquet seating and an open kitchen for guests to watch the master chefs.

Ravi Shankar

Eat as much curry, bread, and rice sambals as you like for less than £7 at this South Indian buffet restaurant on Drummond Street. Most of the menu is vegan-friendly. The menu also includes cream of wheat pancakes, pastries filled with chutney, and the house specialty comprised of special rice, bhajia, and your choice of dessert.

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Rasa Restaurant

Owner Dad Sreedharan grew up in India helping his mother cook family dinner using fresh, perfectly ripe vegetables. His food is seen as an act of love teaching others to enjoy life.

Redemption Bar

One of London’s healthiest restaurants is vegan-friendly, sugar and wheat-free, and has an alcohol-free bar. The motto here is “spoil yourself without spoiling yourself.”

Stable Pizza

Exquisite pizza, freshly made ingredients, and a wide selection of crafted cider and beer can be found at this appealing atmosphere. Learn how to distinguish between ciders based on smell, taste, and color in their £30 cider tasting class.

Spice Box

Enjoy flavorful vegan food with an edge at this Indian restaurant where there are six commandments: Be green, not mean, innovate, make an impact, empower, be open-minded, and stay spicy.

Temple of Seitan

London’s first fried chicken joint serves the city from a location in Camden and Hackney. The menu features crispy fillet burgers, Nashville Hot chicken sandwiches, wraps, and popcorn bites and vegan mac n cheese.

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Every Tuesday the food menu is accompanied by vegan-only meals, free of any animal involvement. On weekends, guests can enjoy bottomless brunches with unlimited Bellini’s accompanied by your favorite vegan-friendly, vegetarian dishes here.


Renowned chef and judge on television series Master Chef: The Professionals (UK), Marcus Wareing Wareing offers high-quality food in a contemporary space using global influences.

The Gate

Get a 5-course vegan meal featuring items like ceviche, shiitake wontons, and baby artichokes at the Secret Vegan Supperclub. The Gate offers an endless amount of vegetarian and vegan options for everyone to enjoy.

The Greenhouse Deptford

This eco-friendly coffee shop in Southeast London caters to all with ingredients sourced from local farmers and mean from Keith of Stockings Farm in Chiltern Hills.

The Vurger Co.

The cashless burger joint revolutionizing fast food in London through a plant-based menu featuring burgers made from fresh vegetables, and house-made sauces. Each milkshake comes with vegan whipped cream.

What the Pitta 

There aren’t many places where you can get a vegan kebab and other Turkish-inspired vegan treats like at this family-owned franchise.

Wild Food Café

An ode to the wild. This popular vegan eatery in Covent Garden opened its second location last December. They’re known for their gluten-free wood-fired pizza, wild brunch, and cocktail bar. The staff created a plant-based menu with a three-course meal and other innovative dishes like herb & garlic dip, Wabi-Sabi Kale Salad, and Jackfruit Sandwich Bites made with black garlic cashew cheese.

Wulf and Lamb

Satisfy your comfort food craving with this contemporary plant-based menu. Their iconic Wulf Burger is a seitan burger topped with tomatoes, pickles, and cashew aioli on top of a brioche bun and plant-based cheese.

Yeotown Kitchen

This is the first wellness inspired café in London, where each drink and meal is named after a character strength. Once you’ve satisfied your stomach with a plate of positivity, pop into a meditation pod for further relaxation, restoration and to distress.

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