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5 Vegan eateries that just opened in London

The hunt for a scrumptious but healthy meal is over. London’s latest addition of vegan eateries has us captivated and here’s a little breakdown for you!

Updated: 26 November 2019

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London is a city famous for royalty and glimmering nights. It is the capital of United Kingdom and houses 4 generations of the British Royal family. This enigmatic metropolis is as old as the Roman times and has seen many dynasties. Athelstan – the first King of England made sure in 926 that the crown’s sovereignty lives forever over River Thames!

1. Simplicity Burger

Chef Neil Rankin has added another gem to his pile. He is the founder of many meat-serving restaurants but just recently stepped into the world of veganism by inaugurating Simplicity Burger in East London’s famous Brick Lane. It is a compact two-storey building with one floor reserved for dining and another for a bar. This informal place has a very relaxed vibe to it. You can enjoy a wide range of delicious plant or soy-based burgers here!

2. Neat Burger

Neat Burger is a newly introduced chain of vegan fast-food joints, owned by the celebrity Formula One driver Lewis Hamilton. Neat Burger has its first outpost near the Oxford Circus in Mayfair. Looking like a perfect Instagrammable spot, this place is very minimally designed with white-painted walls and mint-green petite furniture.

Their menu has a lot of options for sides, salads and dessert options to go with your vegan burgers. Try their cheesy this™ isn’t chicken burger!

3. Bubala

Founded by a lovely vegetarian couple, the restaurant is named Bubala which means ‘darling’ in Yiddish. This eatery has now become the new love of London. This peach and aqua hued place looks like a modernized version of a local Middle Eastern-based shop.

Their menu also features some secluded veggie dishes. Order their bubalacoladas along with your meal. It is an interesting drink made of sherry and fermented in-house pineapples. This simple yet beautiful eatery is located in Spitalfields.

 

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4. The Gate

This is a new pop up of the acclaimed vegetarian restaurants, The Gate. It was opened on 4 April, 2019 in the District of St John’s Wood. The restaurant’s first branch opened in 1998 and became an instant hit with Londoners. Building upon it’s cool, green image, the new place looks very aesthetic with its grey and light-brown shades of furniture. The lofty windows also give you a wonderful city view. Visit this restaurant for an early-morning breakfast and enjoy their apricot croissant with a steaming hot coffee!

5. Mao Chow

A thimble-sized walk-in space that serves full-on Chinese vegetarian food. Mao Chow is hidden behind the London Fields in Hackney. Regardless of its size, this eatery offers a punch of flavoursome dishes that will even make a non-veg crave for more. This eatery is quite vibrant with a distinctive yellow serving counter and light-blue walls.

Their spicy mapo tofu with black beans and doubanjiang is amazing. The drinking menu of this place changes almost every day. Try their delicious Vitasoy tea!

These vegan eateries have us spell-bound. Visit each one of them and eat your heart out!

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