A Michelin starred restaurant that took vegetables seriously even before the word flexitarian was invented.
A true Soho institution, serving traditional French classics for more than 25 years.
We’ve been wanting to try Brat from Michelin’s Class of 2019 and we got lucky with a walk in for Sunday lunch.
A cheap and cheerful Vietnamese quick bite or takeaway.
From antipasti to dessert Manicomio restaurants in the City and Chelsea offer a separate vegan menu alongside their mainstream menu.
Don’t ask us how to pronounce ‘hicce’ which apparently is Latin and means ‘current, of the moment’.
The Drunken Butler
Small and bright restaurant in Clerkenwell run by the talented Iranian chef/owner – Yuma Hashemi.
Grade II listed English Heritage cafe with a killer full veggie breakfast. E. Pellicci is worth visiting for its Art Deco charm.
The main advertisement on Temper's website is "Whole Animal Barbecue", but don't worry their menu has some vegetarian options.
A Portuguese Love Affair
When it comes to main dishes, you may need to just live with a salad.
The Adam & Eve
A favourite with locals and great plant-based comfort food.
Highly celebrated and a favourite of many critics, Portland received its Michelin star shortly after its opening in 2015.
Galvin La Chapelle
Expect exactly what modern French cooking with a Michelin-star should deliver.
Smoking Goat Shoreditch
Inspired by the late night canteens of Bangkok, Smoking Goat in Shoreditch is laid back and cool offering authentic flavours.
The small, yet busy North African/Middle Eastern restaurant and bar with seating arranged around the central kitchen offers smalls plates.
Casa & Plaza Pastor
A decent taqueria but small portions mean a hefty bill, even without the margaritas.
A modern Indian dining experience from one of London’s most famous chefs Vivek Singh.
A neighborhood restaurant that seems more like a late night wine bar, but with a modern-American inspired menu.
Snackistan at Persepolis Cafe
A quirky café in a Persian corner shop which is as colourful and original as its owner, Sally Butcher.
Little Duck - The Picklery
This little neighbourhood cafe/restaurant and wine bar’s major draw are its seasonal ferments paired with its simple, seasonal food.
Pedler, Peckham Rye
A proudly local eatery with good sized portions and a good brunch.
Levan is an all-day bar and dining room with a strong ‘natural’ wine focus.
Wild Food Cafe, Islington
The second venue from Wild Food Cafe lead by the executive chef Joel Gaznar his partner, Aiste, has opened in Islington.
The latest addition to London’s modern Turkish restaurants, Yeni opened in Beak Street in January.
An upscale Italian serving high quality ingredients from around the British Isles with a focus on pasta.
Plant Hub & Academy
A dynamic plant-based Culinary Academy and cafe has quickly turned into a place for inspiring chefs and foodies to congregate, eat and learn...
Walpole New Cross
A new industrial style bar in New Cross that focuses on craft beer and Turkish pide.
An excellent gastro pub in East London with excellent decor and excellent food.
Yardarm at Leyton
An independent bottle shop/bar/cafe/deli with curated shelves and wine list, making it a nice space to stop for a drink and a snack.
Following the success of Smoking Goat, Ben Chapman opened Kiln with the same focus on charcoal fired rustic Northern Thailand cooking.
Bread Street Kitchen
A Gordon Ramsay restaurant set in the City which seems to have all the necessary components to impress City’s bankers.
Social Eating House
Set in the heart of Soho with a low-lit casual setting, Social Eating House also comes with a Michelin star.
A popular brunch spot in the heart of ever desirable Balham.
Thanks to the inventiveness of the menu and their ability to elevate plant-based dishes to an exceptional standard.
Koya City is just as good as its famed Soho sister and thankfully does not compromise its Japanese minimalist charm by serving udon.
You might have realized from some of our earlier reviews that we are extremely picky when it comes to Greek or Turkish food.
Could Plates be the first plant based restaurant to win a Michelin star?
A modern Italian restaurant with a hipster touch in Hackney.
A creative collaboration between Barbary and Palomar co-owner and chef Assaf Granit and British Designer Tom Dixon.
Another restaurant from Yotam Ottolenghi where vegetables are again the star of the show!
The Athenian is a mini-chain pleasing the busy Londoners in various street food markets since 2014.
A stylishly small pasta bar above the fold; serving fresh, hand rolled pasta with delicious sauces and fillings.
Milos is recognised as one of the finest Mediterranean seafood restaurants in the world, and is a destination in all the swankiest places.
Wulf & Lamb
A new-wave vegan cafe-restaurant just off Sloan Square.
Fine dining has always been synonymous with a sort of etiquette.
Opening of Towpath every year marks the beginning of spring for Londoners.
Since 2011, and definitely before it has become a staple of London breakfasts, we have been frequents of Nopi for its champion-of-all-shaksh...
Great burgers and chips served fresh with a great ethos.
Named after the futuristic-looking vertical feature that was a symbol of the Festival of Britain in 1951, Skylon is a perfectly housed fine-...
Young, modern Turkish with twists on many classics, but less plant-based options than expected.
Sake no Hana
Upscale, yet unremarkable Japanese.
The London launch of all-vegan fast-food eatery By Chloe was so talked (and posted) about that we felt like we'd already been before it had ...
Nectar Cafe at Triyoga
In the heart of Camden town, tucked away within a courtyard lies Nectar Cafe, a beautiful, thoughtful eatery which serves plant-based food a...
The Spread Eagle
There are several pubs in London where you can get vegetarian and vegan roasts, but this place is the city's first ever 100% vegan pub.
Aussie-inspired chain without the chain feel and uninspired chain food.
The Modern Pantry
The Modern Pantry over the years has established itself as a casual place for unusual flavours from around the world.
Probably one of the most instagrammed coffee-shops in London, Farm Girl does Australian chill vibes with a side of avocado toast like no oth...
Famously delicious vegan fare now in the heart of Hackney.
For a mix & match sort of Indian food experience.
Sister restaurant to the celebrated Artusi in Peckham, Marcella is a homely Italian in the somewhat unlikely, yet burgeoning foodie-destinat...
We have been following Ella's inspiring journey since 2011.
The perfect date spot with creative food worthy of its praise.
Farmacy is undoubtedly becoming a favourite of the clean-eating crowd.
Bistronomy comes to North London! Which in short means we can now get reasonable priced haute cuisine in Stoke Newington.
Bright has finally opened in London Fields with thoughtful, nourishing food.
At this bistro-style establishment, V stands for vino.
A packed hotspot for people from every age and background.
Morty & Bob’s
The perfect place to settle down for the day, get some work done, have a good cup of coffee and a satisfying meal.
California comes to the City and bankers become hip thanks to The Malibu Kitchen.
A buzzy Peruvian capturing the good time spirit of Soho and Shoreditch.
Global Street food has become London’s holy grail.
A good choice vegan restaurant and alcohol-free cocktail bar.
Lively, loud, colourful and good food.
Clos Maggiore is a romantic restaurant offering a French full-dining experience in Covent Garden.
Hally’s has gotten inspiration for it's food and interior from California, and you can definitely tell.
Pizza East is known best for it’s wood oven pizzas and it’s three branches are always busy.
Classic and fusion dishes perfect for a warming, casual meal.
For an authentic Mexican food experience, look no further.
Enjoyable Osakan-style Japanese in the heart of bustling Brixton.
Fresh, tasty buns and dumplings and an overall great experience.
One of London’s paragons of cool with contemporary fine-dining.
British Modern done dim sum-style and yes, on a trolley.
It’s nice to know London has Hoppers to take us back to delicious Sri Lanka.
Just thinking of the name Som Saa makes our mouths water.
Granger & Co
All-day dining all about original, sunny, and healthy food.
40 Maltby Street
An attractive kitchen/restaurant nestled in a railway arch.
The Good Life Eatery
A petit chain of petit cafés with a focus on nutritious food.
Classic Chelsea delivered with modern flair.
A young, modern alternative to Brick Lane with options for vegetarians, but ess for vegans.
Great food from Kerela where vegetarian comes naturally.
There’s a lot going for Tom’s collection of Kitchens.
Buzzing with hype and loud music; a place to celebrate with extravagance.
If you’re still reeling from ‘Pizza-Gate’ back in the ‘noughties’, you may be surprised to find these guys on our list.
Pret a Manger
We want more Veggie Prets!
Le Pain Quotidien
Offering a safe choice with fresh and wholesome food.
Temple of Seitan
A vegan fried chicken shop in Hackney. We were initally skeptical.
Consistently good and on the right side of cool and offering really rather tasty pizzas.
A South London, neighbourhood Italian with flair and unfussy excellence.
For sourdough pizza in London, for us, it’s Sodo.
The promise of a specail dining experience was delivered.
This place gets it right.
A Soho institution and one of the oldest plant-forward restaurants in town.
100% Italian, 100% vegan and award-winning pizzas in Brixton.
A brilliant experience of Japan where you least expect to find it.
Everything that we love about the Med.
A 60 year old falafel recipe and options aplenty on the menu.
A restaurant /deli where plant-based has taken centre stage since 2002.
This Australian joint is a goldmine for all day vegetarian fare.
We indulged for a special celebration, which left an ispiring lasting impression.
Our away from home in London offering a unique blend of ingredients and flavours.
Regional street food restaurants of all variations are popping up across London, and this small operation is now a legend.
An unlikely review for us - a place that is “all things pork”, but Brawn chefs did impress.
The Pavilion Café at Victoria Park
One of our favorite brunch spots in East London.
Bringing a taste of Bejing to your neighbourhood.
The Good Egg
Cool name, cool interior and Stoke Newington fan club.
A Shoreditch original, offering highly-regarded food from a Victorian bike shed.
When a great neighbourhood go-to starts popping up all over town.
This is where we go for a big warm bowl of comfort food.