Top 5 Veggie-Friendly Places to Try in Camden Market

Here is Vegefied’s top 5 picks of the best vegetarian friendly spots around Camden Market in London.

Jhoana Carla de Toro

Jhoana Carla de Toro

Updated: 25 January 2019

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A visit to Camden Town simply isn’t complete without sampling the vast array of food offerings! It is a transgression not to treat your palate to all things tasty and delicious. Worry not if you are a vegan or a vegetarian as there are plenty of veggie-friendly places to choose from in Camden Market. We have rounded up some of the best for you.

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A perfect fit in Camden Market, Cereal Killer Café has an ambiance that is a cornucopia of all things retro and cereal and enjoying your breakfast in such a fancy place is quite a novel idea. You can choose from one to three different kinds of cereals such as muesli, granola, and others then select milk from their extensive list of options and then and finish off your healthy breakfast meal with fresh fruits, such as berries.

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Salvatore Rullo opened his first restaurant in London in 2004 and branch in Camden town soon followed suit. Rullo’s has always prioritized people and food amongst all other things. Food is made accessible to everyone so that everyone has the chance to taste and enjoy food whilst not having to worry about draining their wallet. Treat yourself with gusto to the various vegan and vegetarian meal options such as beetroot carpaccio, wood-oven pizzas, and aubergine parmigiana.

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Cheese Bar

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The Cheese Bar offers cheesy goodness with more of the flavor and variety and less of the guilt. Their menu includes specialties such as toasties, poutine, fondue, ice cream and anything that is dairy-based. The cheese used is sourced from the very best in the UK and no mass-produced variety is used in any of their recipes. There are also gluten-free options available.

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Daphne Restaurant

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This Creek Cypriot restaurant first opened its doors in 1984, and it continues to be run by the Lymbouri family until now. A cozy restaurant with a relaxing Mediterranean atmosphere waits to welcome diners. Their lengthy menu features lovingly homecooked meals with vegetarian options such as black-eyed beans with spinach and chopped onions, cooked in olive oil; vegetarian moussaka, and fresh salads. Daphne also has a decent and reasonably-priced wine list, which includes selections from France, Cyprus, Greece, and the New World.

Namaaste Kitchen

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If you like tickling your taste buds with strong Indian flavor, a visit to Namaaste Kitchen is a must. Led by chef-patron Sabbir Karim, this Indian cuisine restaurant is dedicated to preparing food which excites and delights diners. Some of the most impressive dishes on the menu are the tandoori portobello mushroom; mango and pomegranate salad; chatpati tokri chaat; Punjabi crispy okra, and Rajasthani Mirchi vada. The exquisite flavors will leave an indelible mark on your palate.

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