1. Vanilla Black
Vanilla Black is a vegetarian restaurant founded by Andrew Dargue and Donna Conroy back in 2008. They found it strange eating the same vegan dishes regularly with no change, so they brought the change by themselves and earned fame and name in that year only.
Vanilla Black is located at 17-18 Tooks Court, Holborn, London. It is a famous vegetarian restaurant with vegan dishes prepared with twists and tricks.
The choice to add twists to the same inches with their ingredients to play with. They made the cuisine their way, in their style. Both the chefs avoid using pasta or meat substitutes, rather choose to serve up the dishes like celeriac profiteroles with dill and raisins.
Milreds is a popular restaurant with interesting and mouth watering dishes. The menu is exciting and comforting like the dishes mock chicken tandoori dipped in a flavorsome tikka marinade.
Mildreds has been going on since the 80s, and now it has four locations all over London. It is located at 45 Lexington Street, Soho; another chain in 9 Jamestown Road, Camden Town; followed by 200 Pentonville Road, Kings Cross; and lastly Thomas Tower, 1 Dalston Square, Dalston.
The beetroot and white bean burger with pickled red cabbage, gherkins, and aioli, served in a brioche bun, brings out the taste along with healthy items, including green vegetables.
Farmacy is the hottest and latest thing on everyone’s mind. It is a deceiving line-up of burgers and ice-cream sundaes which is the perfect item for carnivores looking to ditch the meat and dairy. Farmacy is entirely vegan and supports vegan foods.
It adds joy to healthy food with delicious cooking free from dairy products, refined sugars, and additives or flavors. Farmacy, a family restaurant, completely friendly, fun, and lively, is located at 74-76 Westbourne Grove, Notting Hill, London.
It is obvious about the vegetarian thing, but the juicy burgers are made just from millet, black bean, and mushroom so that you can enjoy all the tastes with zero guilt. This diet is rich in these healthy items.
Manna has become the most famous not only among the Vegan or vegetarian but also the meat-eaters. The most dedicated of carnivores have been now known to enjoy the bountiful menu of this place.
Manna is another restaurant that recently became 100% vegan, making it an affordable venue than ever before. It is located at 4 Erskine Road, Primrose Hill, London.
The meat-free salads and all the items like pasta together with Indonesian cuisine like tofu satay, spicy potato cakes served with coriander chutney. The long-standing favorite fennel and pumpkin-seed bangers with red wine is just mouth watering.
Tibits offers you the comfy and cozy, completely relaxing time of the day. This is an all-day restaurant designed for vegetarians and vegans. It brings over 40 changing dishes, all charged by weight; these keep on changing on a daily basis.
Tibits Bankside is located at 124 Southwark Street; Tibits Soho, 12-14 Heddon Street, London. It has a beautiful London site in Bankside.
You can enjoy an early breakfast, including fresh juices, pancakes, croissants, and pastries. Also, it would be best to stop by sometime in the noon to take advantage of the delicious items served like roasted tandoori cauliflower, cheesy leek with a potato pie, and the desserts such as vegan raspberry cheesecake.
Sagar is the most affordable of all the vegetarian restaurants; it serves you southern Indian vegetarian items. There is nothing better than Sagar to dine in when it comes to the maximum flavor and satisfactory results for a minimum cost.
This vegetarian restaurant tops many of the best vegetarian restaurants to date in London. Sagar West End is located in London at 17a Percy Street, Fitzrovia; Sagar Covent Garden, 31 Catherine Street. We are providing you the taste of India without going to India.
You can look forward to a decent and dependable regional dish that includes curries, fluffy rice, home-baked bread, outstanding dosa, etc., the southern India styles in your neighborhood.
7. The Vurger Co
The Vurger company, with a completely leafy burger joint, is one of the fully vegan, but it’s a plant-based food item. It is good that we just had to include it in our menu. Whether you opt for any of its burgers or more.
These are stacked with patties made from anything that is beyond meat. The Vurger Co is located in London at Unit 9, Avant Garde, Richmix Square, Shoreditch.
It uses vegan items like chickpeas and onion and is ‘beyond meat’ coupled with vegan cheese only, or a portion of its Kentucky fried ‘chicken,’ it is worth trying and a shot to be given for this healthy all-vegan burger.
8. 222 Veggie Vegan
222 Veggie Vegan brand is winning over all the other vegan restaurants, except that it is not nearby location. It is completely out of the way at the north end. But it makes sure the food prepared is healthy and low on anything harmful to your health.
222 Veggie Vegan, 222 North End Road, West Kensington, in London. It is out of your way and at a distance but worth your time.
This is a long-standing vegan restaurant that has ensured you for its low-fat, low-salt, non-GM and completely organic food. The dishes have a variety of items like soup and mezze to seitan and tofu cheesecake, also including the buffet lunch that is well worth every cent.
9. Wild Food Café
This is a colorful place with soft pastel colors with bold blue contrasting tiles. The seasonal, craving, or locally-sourced raw vegan ingredients aim only to nourish your body, heart as well as mind.
It offers you a winning combination at the age of the mind, healthy eating, and most importantly, without disappointing you. Wild Food Café is located at 269-270 Upper Street, Islington, in London. This place is so beautiful and attractive, also available for your pictures and memories on Instagram.
It has a menu made up of vegan dishes that makes this a popular eatery and a beacon for the plant-based community as well. The food is as delicious as the interior’s beauty. It is very healthy, so you can even indulge in the curried butternut squash with a barbecued jackfruit and a saffron pine nut mayo.
Leggero is a beautiful Soho diner that is unique in the way it serves you. It is a 100% gluten-free Italian menu, which is full of veggies, vegan, and allergy-friendly food items. It takes complete care of your health.
Leggero is located at 64 Old Compton Street, Soho, in London.
It includes items mentioned above, but this doesn’t mean that it is all about salads and juices. It works with indulgent Italian dishes that include vegan carbonara topped with asparagus and avocado cream. No compromise in taste, no compromise in health.