Vegan Restaurants in London | 5 Restaurants

Vegan Restaurants in London

As I have already explained to you in my last posts, “Vegan vs Vegetarian“, “What is Veganism?” and “Do vegans eat honey?“,  many people choose veganism for moral and ethical reasons. A large proportion of these people live in the UK. The growth of vegans in the UK is astronomical, which is very good news for us vegans, vegetarians, and of course for aminals.

Of course, as a result of this growth, more and more restaurants are being opened offering vegan and vegetarian dishes, In this post, I would like to share with you a list of vegans restaurants in London.

1.Milreds – 100 % Plant-Based Restaurant


Milreds owns for locations in London:

Soho, Camden, King`s Cross, Dalston, and Mallow.

Diane Thomas and Jane Muir opened Mildreds on Greek Street in 1988, when Soho was still edgy. Vegetarian restaurants at the time were still trapped in the 1960s, serving ‘worthy’ brown food in clay pottery on pine tables. Their goal was to develop a restaurant serving high-quality, fresh, and colorful international vegetarian cuisine at a reasonable price. After 5 restaurants you can say that they have reached their goal.


Head office: 45 Lexington St, Soho, London W1F 9AN

Here are the contact details of the restaurants:


45 lexington street
w1f 9an

t 0207 494 1634


9 jamestown rd
nw1 7bw

t 0207 482 4200 / e


200 Pentonville rd
n1 9jp

t 0207 278 9422 / e


1 Dalston square,
e8 3gu

t 020 8017 1815 / e


79 st martin’s lane
wc2n 4aa

t coming early 2022 / e


1 cathedral st
se1 9de

t 0207 846 8785 / e




Amrutha Lounge is one of the restaurants that offer “Fair price policy”:

“We believe we charge a fair price for our food, but if you feel your meal did not provide value, you can pay whatever you like for your meal. Simply let one of our team members know when you’re paying the bill.”

MENÜ: Dine-in menu, Takeaway menu, Detox & Nourish Packages, Veg boxes

This is how Amrutha Lounge describes itself on its website:

“Innovative plant-based dishes and heart-warming classics are lovingly prepared on the premises by our chefs on a daily basis. The food is made from scratch with an emphasis on taking simple ingredients and elevating them to extraordinary levels, that’s our version of ‘Vegan Soul Food’.

We aim to work with local suppliers and small businesses, sourcing organic ingredients, whenever possible as we feel this will benefit all of us in the long run.

Our food caters to everyone’s tastes, needs, and pockets.”


t:0208 001 4628 



Vegan & Vegetarian Cuisine

Vanilla Black offers a “cook and learn” concept.

Visit for the details



The Gate Restaurants: Since 1989 plant-based pioneers.

Michael and Adrian Daniel, brothers of Indo-Iraqi descent, founded The Gate in 1989 to reproduce the many flavors and culinary experiences they had as youngsters, eating food with Arabic, Indian, and Jewish influences.

Michael and Adrian’s Hammersmith restaurant swiftly gained a reputation as a must-visit for vegetarians and non-vegetarians alike.
The Gate is both a much-loved institution with a loyal and devoted following and a restaurant that has been quietly and confidently promoting healthy eating for almost three decades. It is now widely recognized as one of the best vegetarian restaurants in London, the UK, and with accolades from around the world.

The Gate has various locations and is one of the most visited vegan restaurants in London.


A La Carte




5. Mao Chow


Mao Chow, which is 100 percent vegan, delivers straightforward Chinese food that anybody may enjoy as soon as a seat in the 12-seater restaurant becomes available (queue haters, relax – they also do takeout). The menu is simple but effective, with meals like salted cucumber salad, ginger-scallion jackfruit with rice, and dan dan noodles all costing less than ten pounds.
The small beverages menu is alcohol-free, but thanks to the BYOB policy, you may go down the road to the office and sip anything you want while you eat.


Please let us know in the comments which vegan restaurants in London do you prefer.

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