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.
For London’s foodies Portland means brilliant food served by a laid back restaurant in Fitzrovia. Highly celebrated and a favourite of many ...
Galvin La Chapelle
Part of the family run collection of restaurants founded by Michelin-starred brother duo Chris and Jeff Galvin, Galvin La Chapelle is situat...
Smoking Goat Shoreditch
Inspired by the late night canteens of Bangkok, Smoking Goat in Shoreditch is laid back and cool offering authentic flavours and ingredients...
The small, yet busy North African/Middle Eastern restaurant and bar with seating arranged around the central kitchen offers smalls plates.
Casa & Plaza Pastor
Mexico is a haven for food fanatics with its fantastic street food, impressive collection of gourmet dining options and availability of puls...
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
Sibling to London Fields’ Rawduck and Soho’s Ducksoup, this little neighbourhood cafe/restaurant and wine bar’s major draw are its seasonal ...
Pedler, Peckham Rye
A proudly local eatery with focus on seasonal ingredients that has won the hearts of Peckhamites with their excellent gin based cocktails an...
Situated moments from Peckham Station (really, it couldn't be closer), Levan is an all-day bar and dining room with a strong ‘natural’ wine ...
Wild Food Cafe, Islington
The second venue from Wild Food Cafe lead by the executive chef Joel Gaznar his partner, Aiste, raw-food and well-being pioneers, has opened...
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 on Mare Street, Plant Hub has quickly turned into a place for inspiring chefs and foodies to...
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
Yardarm is an independent bottle shop/bar/cafe/deli with carefully curated shelves and wine list, making it a nice space to stop for a drink...
Following the success of Smoking Goat in Shoreditch, Ben Chapman opened Kiln in Soho with the same focus on charcoal fired rustic Northern T...
Bread Street Kitchen
A Gordon Ramsay restaurant set in the City which seems to have all the necessary components to impress City’s bankers; a massive space with ...
Social Eating House
Set in the heart of Soho with a low-lit casual setting, Social Eating House also comes with a Michelin star… Sound like a millenial's heaven...
A popular brunch spot in the heart of ever desirable Balham.
Opened in March 2018 in St James Square by ex-Nopi head chef, Ramael Scully, Scully has become wildly successful in a short space of time th...
There are only two types of eateries in City of London; takeaways for time-poor bankers or places specialising in the ubiquitous 'businesses...
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? Plates is a vegan restaurant/ food studio in Dalston from the incre...
A modern Italian restaurant with a hipster touch in Hackney.
A creative collaboration between Barbary & Palomar co-owner and chef Assaf Granit and British Designer Tom Dixon, Coal Office is now ope...
A new restaurant from Yotam Ottolenghi where vegetables are again the star of the show! Ottolenghi has always been a game-changer for vegeta...
The Athenian is a mini-chain pleasing the busy Londoners in various street food markets since 2014 with their simple, fresh and authenticall...
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.
Matthew Kenney is somewhat of a pioneer when it comes to both plant-based and raw cuisine.
Fine dining has always been synonymous with a sort of etiquette.
Opening of Towpath every year marks the beginning of spring for Londoners.
It’s been a while since we visited Nopi, the Soho restaurant of celebrated chef Yotam Ottolenghi.
Although we genuinely enjoy their chickpea fritter, Honest Burgers wasn’t on our radar until their collaboration with Beyond Meat - the plan...
Named after the futuristic-looking vertical feature that was a symbol of the Festival of Britain in 1951, Skylon is a perfectly housed fine-...
Initially called Salad Pride, Pride Kitchen started as a blog out of mere desire to have something healthy for lunch! Over the years David B...
Selin Kiazim, the very talented chef behind Oklava, opened her second restaurant in Fitzrovia showing London how Turkish food is more than j...
Sake no Hana
While all the major food critic sites have given this upscale Japanese eatery between 4 and 4.
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.
This bright and airy cafe along Regent's Canal in Paddington is part of the Daisy Green Collection, which have 9 eateries across London.
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...
It's one of those afternoons in Shoreditch, we are wondering around Brick Lane streets in search of a vegan-friendly bite to eat.
What does Rola Wala mean? The Man that Rolls, in Hindu.
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.
We might have found the perfect date location to impress your meat-free other! Cub is a collaboration between award winning Ryan Chetiyaward...
Already enjoying a cult following, 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.
This is the permanent kitchen we have been anticipating from London's best kept secret.
At this bistro-style establishment, V stands for vino.
We visited 222 on a cold Sunday for lunch to find a completely packed small restaurant full of people from every age and background.
Morty & Bob’s
Morty & Bob’s is 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, bankers become hip.
A buzzy Peruvian food and drinks joint, capturing the good time spirit of Soho and Shoreditch.
Street food from across the globe has become London’s holy grail, and here we stumble across the Peruvian Andes à la Shoreditch (and Soho).
Redemption is a vegan restaurant with locations in Notting Hill and Shoreditch.
A new opening that’s arrived to a fair amount of buzz, Sabor lives up to the hype.
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.
Busaba Eathai was founded in London in 1999 and now has over 10 branches throughout the city.
If you’re looking for an authentic Mexican food experience, look no further than Breddos Tacos.
Amongst the many sights and smells of Brixton Village you will find Okan, a cosy little Japanese eatery serving up some authentic Osakan-sty...
A small menu of delicious steamed buns and dumplings; that is Yum Bun.
One of London’s paragons of cool, Lyle’s is about contemporary fine-dining, delivered by the people currently setting the standard.
British Modern done dim sum-style (on a trolley) just off of Regent Street.
Oh how we miss Sri Lanka, the sea, the highlands, the people… When escaping to paradise isn’t an option, it’s nice to know London has Hopper...
Just thinking of the name Som Saa makes our mouths water - one of the best Thais in town.
Granger & Co
This all-day dining venue is about sunny, healthy food, and exhibits plant-forward originality (the Japanese brunch bowl is vegan-dreamy).
40 Maltby Street
This is an attractive little endeavour; a kitchen/restaurant nestled in a railway arch, owned by the principled Gergovie Wines.
The Good Life Eatery
This is a petit chain of petit cafés with a focus on nutritional eating.
Classic Chelsea delivered with modern flair.
A striking menu is complimented with super strong juices and ferments.
For a young, modern alternative to Brick Lane, we tried this tiny Aldgate East South Indian offering.
This is food from Kerela where vegetarian comes naturally.
There’s a lot going for Tom’s collection of Kitchens – first and foremost, the team believe in healthy nourishing food to fuel and enrich th...
Still buzzing with hype and loud music, award-winning Roka is 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 Pret! Pret is the first ever major food chain to open a vegetarian-only shop in London.
Le Pain Quotidien
This bakery chain from Brussels has been hugely successful, offering a safe choice in a busy day with their fresh and wholesome food.
Temple of Seitan
A fried chicken shop in Hackney.
From its early days as a Brixton market original, Franco Manco has grown to 40 locations in just 10 years.
A South London, neighbourhood Italian with flair.
For sourdough in London, it’s Sodo.
We initially headed to Clapham to try the much-praised Counter Culture, but were advised that the restaurant had little to satisfy our plant...
This place gets it right.
Where ‘V’ means vegan, this Soho institution is probably the best plant-forward restaurant in town.
100% Italian, 100% vegan, award-winning pizzas; we first visited Picky Wops in it’s original Fulham location.
A brilliant experience of delicious Japan where you least expect to find it.
Barrafina is everything we love about the Med, done to Michelin star standard with cool Soho edge.
Pipel proudly claims to be the legacy of beloved Grandpa Zion’s falafel recipe, first perfected back in Israel 60 years ago.
A restaurant / deli where plant-based takes centre stage, and meat is the supporting act.
This Australian joint is a goldmine for all day vegetarian deliciousness.
We felt truly indulged at The Ledbury, having gone for a special occasion and the experience left a lasting impression (and so it should as ...
Our home in London, this neighbourhood restaurant takes inspiration from the Mediterranean.
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 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.
What a treat when a great neighbourhood go-to starts popping up all over town, while managing to keep its identity.
This is where we go for a big warm bowl of comfort food.