vegan.london’s guide to 100% vegan places in London
La Fauxmagerie is the UK's first plant-based cheesemonger, bringing you the UK’s most delicious, decadent and inspired plant-based cheeses, fit for the finest cheese board
Monster House London is an alternative vegan hair salon situated just off Brick Lane which provides creative and expressive hairdressing and colouring services for all genders.
It is a space where any hair style is possible, and you can fulfil your colourful fantasies with dreads, cyber dreads, rainbow colours, hair extensions and more.
Their experienced and professional stylists with take your wildest dreams and make them a work of art; hair that stands out and expresses your inner beauty.
Mooshies Vegan Burgers is a vegan burger joint on Brick Lane in East London, offering a selection of burgers based on black beans, aubergine, jack fruit and a specially devised onion bhaji burger.
Simplicity Burger on Brick Lane in East London is a New York style burger joint with a buzzy cosy vibe thanks to its low ceilings and open kitchen, and with a cocktail bar in its basement. Working with UK and EU farmers to supply their vegetable ingredients, these are then pickled or fermented to create their burgers and "waste" products from this process is made into other products such as their fermented tomato vegan cheese.
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.
The Vurger Co – this is the first permanent location for this plant-based burger company after their successful crowd-funding campaign. The Vurger Co’s burgers include “The Classic” made with smoky black beans, peppers and corn topped with tomato, red onion and homemade Vurger sauce; “The Mexican”, featuring a spiced jalapeno and pepper bean patty topped with hot salsa, chilli mayo and smashed avocado; “The Auburger” made with a chipotle smoky aubergine, red onion and chickpea patty topped with cumin mayo and pickled cabbage. Opened March 24th 2018
Vegan Yes‘s second location in Brick Lane specialises in fermented Korean kimchi dishes, gimbap, bibimap and mochi, with an Italian option available each day too.
Their other branch is in Nag’s Head Market in North London.
Also offer cookery classes based on their unique fusion of Italian and Korean vegan food. Classes can be one-to-one or in groups lead by Italian Chef Mauro. Please contact for more info.