Dog Friendly Vegan Places in London

This is our listing of vegan places in London where you can take your dog. Please note that some places allow dogs inside, but others only allow dogs in outside areas or have restrictions on the size of dog allowed. Some will provide water and even treats. Please check before visiting.

  • Cafe Van Gogh – Brixton SW9 No ratings yet. - Café Van Gogh is a non-profit cafe with a hidden courtyard serving vibrant and nutritious plant-based food. Address:  88 Brixton Road, London SW9 6BE –  Café Van Gogh on Google Maps Phone: 07546966554 Website: www.cafevangogh.co.uk Instagram: @cafevangogh01 | Twitter: cafevangoghCIC | Facebook: cafevangoghbrixton
  • Essential Vegan Cafe – Shoreditch E2 - Essential Vegan Cafe is a vegan cafe in Shoreditch, which opened in Oct 2017. After successfully running street food stalls around London for a number of years, chef Vanessa Almeida now has a permanent place to enjoy their vegan cuisine, including burgers, and their vegan take on traditional Brazilian dishes. Address: 6 Calvert Avenue, London E2 7JP […]
  • Harmless Store – Wood Green N22 - Harmless is a vegan plastic-free grocery store in Wood Green, North London.  Providing essential household items incl food and cleaning. Bring along your empties & reusable bags to refill. Opened April 2018. Address: Studio 7, Blue House Yard, 5 River Park Road, Wood Green, London N22 7TB Phone: 07377322426 Website: www.harmlessstore.co.uk Instagram: @harmless_store | Twitter: n/a | Facebook: harmlessstore
  • Karamel Restaurant – Wood Green N22 - Karamel Restaurant, also known as Kabaret at Karamel, is a vegan restaurant in Wood Green, North London, with a global cuisine, also hosting live music, comedy, drama events and art exhibitions. Address: 4 Coburg Road, Wood Green, London N22 6UJ –  Karamel on Google Maps Website: karamelrestaurant.com Twitter: kabaretkaramel | Facebook: kabaret.karamel
  • Lele’s – Clapton E5 - Lele’s is a lovely vegan cafe, coffee shop and patisserie on Lower Clapton Road in Hackney serving a range of homemade lighter dishes, including scrambled tofu, salads, sandwiches, fresh juices teas and coffees. Great for afternoon tea with their wide range of cakes and sweet treats. Coverted to vegan 1st December 2017. Address: 50 Lower Clapton […]
  • Lele’s Dalston E8 - Lele’s second location serving a range of homemade lighter dishes, including scrambled tofu, salads, sandwiches, fresh juices teas and coffees. Great for afternoon tea with their wide range of cakes and sweet treats. Opened 10th August 2019. Address: Dalston Square, Dalston, London E8 3BQ Phone: 020 3489 8761 Website: www.leleslondon.com Instagram: @leles_london | Twitter: n/a | Facebook: lelesclapton
  • Love Shack – Hackney E2 - Love Shack Address:  Arch 298, 299 Cambridge Heath Road E2 9HA Website: www.loveshackldn.com Instagram: @loveshack_ldn | Twitter:  | Facebook: loveshackldn
  • MOTHER – Hackney Wick E20 - MOTHER Juice Works is a vegan cafe in the Here East innovation complex in the Stratford Olympic Park, specialising in organic juices, soups, salads and burgers. Address:  Here East, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, Hackney Wick, London E20 3BS –  MOTHER on Google Maps Phone: 07388 554060 Website: mother.works Instagram: @mother.works | Facebook: motherjuiceworks
  • Supplant – Crouch End N8 - Supplant Address: 23 Park Road, London N8 8TE Phone: 07540155343 Website: www.supplantfoods.co.uk Instagram: supplantfoods | Twitter: | Facebook: supplantfoods
  • The Canvas Cafe – Brick Lane E1 - The Canvas Cafe is a cafe and creative venue turned vegan in Jan 2018, serves tofish and chips, breakfast, pancakes and famous for its freakshakes. Address: 42 Hanbury Street, London E1 5JL – The Canvas Cafe on Google Maps Phone: 020 7018 1020 Website: www.thecanvascafe.org Instagram: @thecanvascafee1 | Twitter: TheCanvasCafe | Facebook: TheCanvasCafeE1
  • The Feel Good Cafe Chingford The Feel Good Cafe – Chingford E4 - The Feel Good Café is a unique vegan cafe offering a menu focussed on health-giving raw and living food. Address: The Village Arcade, 49 Station Road, London E4 7BU –  The Feel Good Cafe on Google Maps Phone: 07799 965611 Website: thefeelgoodcafe.com Instagram: @thefeelgoodcafe | Twitter: TheFeelGoodFood | Facebook: TheFeelGoodCafe
  • The Rabbit Hole – Shepherd’s Bush W12 - The Rabbit Hole vegan organic hair salon in Shepherd’s Bush West London Address:  49B Goldhawk Road, London W12 8QP – The Rabbit Hole on Google Maps Phone: 07450 225230 Website: www.therabbitholelondon.com Instagram: @veganhairsalon | Twitter: veganhairsalon | Facebook: veganhairsalon
  • Unity Diner – Shoreditch N1 - Unity Diner non-profit restaurant and bar opened Oct 2018 by vegan activist ‘Earthling’ Ed Winters. Varied menu offers burgers, hot dogs, pancakes, waffles, salads and loaded fries. Large dessert selection including brownies and cheesecake. Drinks include beer, wine, coffee and a fully vegan cocktail menu. Profits go to animal charities Address: 5 Hoxton Market, Shoreditch […]
  • Vegan HQ – Ealing W5 - Vegan HQ is a vegan coffee shop, cafe and mini-market in Ealing. Address: 50 St Mary’s Rd, London W5 5EU Phone: 02085794717 Website: veganhq.co.uk Instagram: @veganhquk | Twitter: veganhq | Facebook: veganhquk
  • Vx (Vegan Cross) – Kings Cross N1 - Vx, also known as Vegan Cross, is a vegan shop located near Kings Cross station in London. One of the first vegan one-stop shops in London, it opened its doors in February 2010. The shop sells vegan shoes and clothing  (by The Secret Society Of Vegans), books, badges and stickers, but its main focus is on take-away vegan junk food […]
  • Wulf & Lamb – Chelsea SW1 - Wulf & Lamb is a vegan restaurant near Sloan Square in West London, with impressive decor and seating on two levels as well as outside. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Dishes include a seitan burger, vegetable burger, bean chilli, burrito, green coconut curry, vegan mac’n’cheese, soup and desserts such as vegan cheesecake and tiramasu. Breakfasts […]

Please note – information correct at time of publication, but please check to avoid disappointment.

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