London’s top food spots for vegan diners – from brunch to plant based burgers

London is a foodie’s paradise.

The diverse city is the perfect place to pick up a plethora of different cuisines.

And if you’re a vegan, there are plenty of options to choose from that aren’t just boring salads.

Our sister site 2Chill has rounded up some of the best spots for plant based dieters visiting London.

They’re great for those visiting the capital for a staycation – or even for locals who want to cut down the amount of meat they are consuming each day.

So buckle up for a delicious tour of bustling Camden Town, Neal’s Yard, trendy Dalston and many more…

Top vegan food spots in London, according to 2chill


Lele's is an independent bakery full of tempting savoury and sweet treats, and even snacks for dogs.

Best visited in the morning, the cafe serves pancakes topped with coconut yoghurt and fresh fruit, vegan full English breakfasts and French toast that will set you up for a day of exploring.

The plant-based cafe also sells vegan cake mixes, if you fancy trying your own hand at making something special.

Where to find it? 50 Lower Clapton Road, London, E5 0RN.


Nestled in the heart of Covent Garden, Redemption is an all-vegan bar and restaurant with stylish decor suited for more special occasions.

It caters for brunch as well as dinner, with healthy, filling food, as well as an extensive cocktail and mocktail menu.

Be sure to book in advance if you have your heart set on a meal here – as the venue is on the smaller size.

Where to find it? 2 Neal's Yard, West End, London, WC2H 9AT.

Temple of Seitan

Who said plant based food can't be indulgent?

The Temple of Seitan will scratch that itch if you're missing the taste of fried chicken.

It specialises in a meat-free alternative that tastes strikingly similar to the real thing.

A casual dining option close to two London shopping and tourism hubs, the chain serves a variety of burgers, “chick'n” meals, and sides at very reasonable prices.

Where to find it? Hackney: 5 Morning Lane, London, E9 6NA or Camden: 43 Parkway, Camden Town, London, NW1 7PN.


Claiming to be the “largest vegan restaurant in the UK”, Purezza in Camden serves vegan sourdough pizza, with options for a hemp base or gluten-free base.

Although the pizzas are a little more pricey than your average fast-food place, Purezza's vegan cheese tastes delicious.

And with over 10 pizza flavours to choose from – plus inventive sides like pesto-covered roasted vegetables – it's well worth a visit.

Where to find it? 45-47 Parkway, Camden Town, London, NW1 7PN.

All Nations Vegan House

Fancy food that's got soul?

All Nations Vegan House offers plant-based Caribbean cooking in the heart of Dalston, selling delicious and healthy stews and curries.

The restaurant also serves tempting desserts including chocolate plantain cake and sweet cinnamon ginger cake.

We love the location too as trendy Dalston is right around the corner to the brilliant night life in Shoreditch.

Where to find it? 8 Sandringham Road, Dalston, E8 2LP.

The Spread Eagle

London's first completely vegan pub, The Spread Eagle opened in 2018 and aims to source all of its food, drinks and decor sustainably.

As well as comfort food including tarts, burgers and soups, the pub does a full nut roast with all the trimmings.

Families and dogs are welcome, and with Victoria Park and Hackney Marshes nearby, this could be a great stop after a long walk.

Where to find it? 224 Homerton High Street, E9 6AS.

Tai Buffet

For the ultimate indulgence, head to this plant based buffet.

Tai Buffet is an affordable, vegan all-you-can-eat, pan-Asian restaurant for when you're looking to really fill up after a long day.

The food is delicious but simple, so is best for casual dining rather than saved for that special occasion.

Tai Buffet is cash-only, so head to an ATM before eating here.

Where to find it? 86 Uxbridge Road, Shepherd's Bush, W12 8LR.

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