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Where to eat in London for Veganuary
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Where to eat in London for Veganuary

A meat free January in London is easy with all the incredible options available. You will find a plethora of vegan restaurants and new plant-based menu collaborations attracting praise from vegans and meat eaters alike. We have listed our top picks from the big smoke.

Bonfire

Burger-maestros, Bonfire, will be serving up its Beetroot Burger – a beetroot patty topped with lettuce, pickles, red onions and tomato chutney, sandwiched in a vegan bun. For the ultimate feast add these two epic sides to your order: Cauliflower wings and Cajun fries.

Website: www.bonfirelondon.co.uk

Heritage Dulwich

Heritage Dulwich will be serving up vibrant plant-based dishes with interesting flavour combinations. The menu features Chukandar ka Salad – baby beetroot with assorted oranges and quinoa drizzled with honey and ginger dressing (£7.25); and Baingan Kolhapuri – roasted Aubergine served with spiced kolhapuri masala (£13.75). Sides include Adaraki Gobhi – cauliflower florets, ginger, dry fenugreek & green chilli (£7.50); Sookhe Aloo – baby potatoes tempered with cumin and fresh coriander; and Tadka Dal (both £7.25).

Website: https://heritagedulwich.co.uk

Mao Chow Express

Mao Chow Express in Shoreditch, offers diners a fully vegan menu inspired by nostalgic, 90’s Chinese takeaway classics. With bold flavours and fragrant spices. Diners will be able to tuck into sweet and fluffy Char Siu Bao with OmniPork, Kung Pao “Chicken” made with cauliflower and Chinese soya chicken and “Prawn” Toast made with Omnipork, vegan shrimp and vegan mayonnaise and much more!

Website: https://www.mao-chow.com

ManiLife x Le Bab Vegan Menu

Modern kebab house Le Bab has teamed up peanut butter brand ManiLife to create a showstopping three-course vegan menu. The menu includes roasted tender-stem broccoli florets dressed with chilli flakes & peanut butter tahini, peanut butter satay aubergine pitta and a chocolate brownie dipped in peanut butter & coconut cream.

Available at Le Bab and Maison Bab for the month of January 2022. | Website: https://www.eatlebab.com

26 Grains

26 Grains situated in Neals Yard in Seven Dials, offers up delicious vegan breakfast, brunch and lunch options, the menu includes a selection of wholesome porridge, smoothie bowls, salads and stews. A vegan favourite includes Roast Delica Pumpkin, Radicchio, Pearl Barley & Orange Dressing Salad.  On a warm day you can dine alfresco in the colourful Neals Yard.

Website: https://www.26grains.com | https://www.sevendials.co.uk


Madera at Treehouse Hotel

If you are looking to tuck into a vegan feast with spectacular views of London, then Madera located on the 15th floor at Treehouse Hotel is the place to be! The breakfast and brunch menu showcases classic dishes with fun Mexican twists including: Madera Vegan Breakfast with scrambled tofu, black beans, grilled tomatoes with papas bravas, mushroom, spinach and avocado. A meat and dairy-free option of the famous Carne, Asada combining eggs and much more!

Website: https://www.treehousehotels.com/london/eat-drink/madera

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