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4 best vegan restaurants in London

The ultimate guide to the 4 best vegan restaurants in London

It’s no secret that veganism is fast taking the world by storm.

With an increasing focus on sustainability in our daily lives, the vegan community is rapidly expanding across the UK. Thankfully, the culinary world is following suit, with loads more vegan-friendly restaurants in London popping up by the minute.

Whether you’re travelling to the capital for a weekend of shopping or going to visit the many attractions, be sure to sample some of the best vegan food London has to offer during your stay.

Here are a few that are well worth a visit on your trip to London:

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Gauthier, Soho

We might as well kick things off with a restaurant that will wow you – and the modern French cuisine of Gauthier is certain to do just that! Set in a charming Regency townhouse in a less crowded corner of Soho, Gauthier is proud to have transitioned to becoming 100% vegan in 2021.

Offering a unique fine dining experience, you can enjoy a 10-course tasting menu with the option of perfectly paired wine to complement the dishes exquisitely. With a focus on conscious cuisine, only seasonal produce is used. It’s this careful consideration, alongside culinary excellence, that has gained Gauthier its Michelin star.

It’s easy to see why this has been voted one of the best vegan restaurants in London. Be sure to throw on something sophisticated for this decadent dining experience!

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The Den, Covent Garden

Whoever said sweets weren’t made for vegans clearly hasn’t ever paid a visit to The Den on St Martin’s Lane. Take a festive trip to Covent Garden, passing the iconic Christmas tree, for a quintessentially British afternoon tea at one of the best vegan brunch spots in London.

The Den offers a delectable balance of both sweet and savoury snacks, such as red pepper tapenade and spinach pinwheel, alongside tofu and avocado charcoal sliders, finished with a coconut and lime parfait, and lemon and blueberry slices.

What’s more, if you fancy an afternoon tipple, you can wash down your delicious dishes with a cocktail of your choice from their signature drinks menu.

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Wulf & Lamb, Chelsea

There’s a reason people flock to this vegan hotspot every weekend. Nestled in the heart of Chelsea, Wulf & Lamb offer vegan comfort food at its best. With some of the best vegan burgers in London, loaded fries and mouth-watering vegan mac ‘n’ cheese, the menu is full of all the good stuff.

And the fun doesn’t have to end there! This little eatery is perfectly situated for you to enjoy a spot of shopping or simply an opportunity to browse the array of iconic boutiques of Chelsea.

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KOJO, Hampstead

If you’re a fan of clean, Asian cuisine, you’ll certainly enjoy the dishes available at KOJO. Operating as both a takeaway and a dine-in restaurant, this vegan eatery is perfect if you need a grab-and-go meal that doesn’t compromise on taste or nutrition.

KOJO are the new kids of the block who put sustainability at the heart of their vision. They are 100% plant-based, gluten-free and plastic-free. Whether you’re looking for a healthy vegan breakfast in London or simply a tasty takeout that won’t leave you feeling guilty afterwards, KOJO is certainly one to bear in mind.

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