Three of the best vegan spots in London

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London is one of the most vegan-friendly cities in the world, with a growing number of restaurants and cafes offering plant-based cuisine. Whether you’re looking for a quick bite or a sit-down meal, you’re sure to find something to suit your taste. While you’ll find plenty of vegan fast food options, such as burgers and curry dishes, there are also many fine dining establishments that cater to vegans. In addition to food, London also has a number of vegan-friendly hotels, shops, and attractions. 

So whether you’re vegan or just looking to cut down on your consumption of animal products, London has plenty of options to choose from. First up, you should check out these three restaurants:

  1. The Vurger Co.

The Vurger Co is a must-visit for any vegan foodie visiting London. The menu features an array of delicious plant-based burgers, all of which are made with fresh, locally sourced ingredients. Specialising in delicious burgers made with plant-based ingredients, the burgers here are so good that even non-vegans will enjoy them. The burgers are big and filling, but they’re also packed with flavour. 

The Vurger Co also offers a selection of sides and desserts, so you can satisfy all your cravings in one place. And if you’re concerned about the environmental impact of your food choices, you’ll be pleased to know that The Vurger Co is taking huge strides to becoming a zero-waste restaurant – all of the packaging is 100% compostable. So why not give it a try next time you’re in London? You won’t be disappointed.

  1. Temple of Seitan 

In London, there are a wide variety of plant-based cuisine options to choose from, and new vegan restaurants seem to be popping up all the time. One of the most popular vegan eateries in London is the Temple of Seitan. This restaurant focuses on seitan, a type of wheat protein that has a similar texture to meat. 

The Temple of Seitan offers a wide range of seitan-based dishes, as well as sides and desserts. A must-visit for any vegan who loves fried chicken, the ‘chicken’ is of course made from seitan, and it’s crispy and tasty. 

  1. Lady Dinah’s Cat Emporium

Finally, there’s Lady Dinah’s Cat Emporium, which is a cafe that also happens to be home to a dozen rescue cats. You can enjoy your meal while surrounded by these adorable furry friends, along with hearing stories about these magnificent creatures.
When visiting London, be sure to add this place to your list of must-see destinations. Not only is it a unique and fun experience, but they also serve up some of the best vegan food in the city. The menu features a variety of British classics that have been veganised, but it is known for its High Tea. Indeed, the best part has got to be the tea room, where you can enjoy a pot of tea and a delicious vegan scone while surrounded by friendly felines. So whether you’re looking for a fun activity or a tasty meal, Lady Dinah’s cat emporium is sure to please.