vegan.london’s guide to 100% vegan places in London
Cookies and Scream is a multi-award winning, fully vegan and gluten free bakery in Highbury East in Holloway, North London. Their range of cookies, cakes, brownies, pies and donuts are made from the finest ingredients available.
Harmless is a vegan plastic-free zero waste 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.
OmNom is a plant-based restaurant in Islington, North London. Omnom brings you delicious fresh vegan food that acts like yoga for your belly, and also offer yoga sessions. For every meal sold a meal is fed to a child in need.
Opened 20th January 2020.
Describing itself as "London’s food hub for the plant-curious", Plant-Based Pit Stop is a food hub in King's Cross Square and will be there for 3 months (maybe more?) featuring four vegan food vendors and open daily from 7am.
Food from the following vegan vendors will be available:
Opened 22nd January 2020
Temple of Camden is a the second location for vegan fried chik’n takeaway shop Temple of Seitan, including gluten-free options, chips and mac’n’cheeze.
Vegan Yes is a vegan takeaway stall in Nag’s Head market where the duo of Chef Mauro and food-creative Min create a unique fusion of Italian and Korean food, specialising in daily fresh homemade pasta and nutritious vegan sauces. Takeaway and delivery but there are also 2 chairs available in front of the stall if you want to eat there and chat to the team.
See also their café in Brick Lane which specialises in Korean fermented kimchi.
Also offers 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.
The Wild Food Café, under the experienced guidance of raw-food pioneer and executive chef Joel Gazdar, is a raw-centric restaurant focused on freshly foraged wild and artisanal ingredients.