Best Vegan Restaurants in London
A recent survey conducted by comparethemarket.com reveals that a staggering 3.5 million people in the U.K. are vegan. There has been a significant spike in vegan and vegetarian numbers in the recent times according to this survey. So, where are the Best Vegan Restaurants in London, read on.
Spurred on by environmental concerns, celebrities including Paul McCartney, David Haye and Ellie Goulding have also embraced and are advocates of veganism. Greater London Properties, London’s estate agent informs us that the first restaurant specializing in vegetarian delicacies opened way back in 1966 in England. Plenty of vegan and vegetarian-friendly eateries now beckon the environment conscious diners in Central London. Here are a few delicious options if you are searching for the Best Vegan Restaurants in London.
Food for Thought: Located inside an eighteenth-century structure at Neal Street in Covent Garden, Food for Thought is the go-to place for all things vegan and vegetarian. Modest prices, engaging ambience and a wide range of mouthwatering menu options make this restaurant one of the most sought after in Central London. Diners are spoilt for choice whether its quiches, soups, salads, or gluten-free options.
Elystan Street: This is one of the most coveted vegetarian restaurants in Chelsea. Elystan Street’s seasonal menu features carefully selected vegetables. Vegans are sure to enjoy hummus made of cashew nut along with nut milk and roasted cauliflower. Roscoff onion with crisp potatoes and an assorted platter of sautéed mushrooms are always the hot favorites.
The Gate: Vegetarian diners have had a long association with “The Gate” since its inception in 1989! Founders Michael and Adrian Daniel since then opened up new branches in Marylebone and Islington cooking up vegan-friendly favorites such as aubergine served with Mediterranean veggies or miso.
Jamavar: For all those fans of hot Indian curries and spices, Jamavar at Mayfair is the perfect place. The fine dining vegetarian restaurant features authentic Indian tasting menu including the traditional “dal and chawal” or rice and lentils with a carrot pickle, paneer or cottage cheese with mouthwatering raw papaya and mint chutney.
Hopefully this gives you a small insight into some of the best vegan restaurants in London and check out our properties for rent or sale on the Greater London Properties site.