vegan.london’s guide to 100% vegan places in London
222 Vegan Cuisine is a vegan restaurant in West Kensington, opened in 2004 by chef Ben Asamani, offering a buffet lunch and a la carte evening dining. Low-fat and low-salt food options, non-GM and organic where possible, all dishes are prepared to order using fresh natural ingredients, and techniques which preserve taste and nutritional value. Also known as 222 Veggie Vegan.
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.
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.
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
Note – moved Oct 2019 from 5 Hoxton Market, Shoreditch N1 6HG
Vantra Loungevity raw & living food vegan restaurant near Leicester Square, Central London offers healthy vegan food buffet or a la carte and sugar-free raw cakes. The restaurant is also plastic-free, zero waste and mostly organic. The venue also has a performance area for talks and karaoke! Opened in this location in December 2017.
Young Vegans is a vegan pie & mash shop in Camden Lock Market, selling pies such as seitan and ale pie, breakfast pie and curry pie, and desserts such as brownies. Gluten free pies available too.