Over the last few years veganism has become much more than a trend or a fad and has grown to become a lifestyle that an increasing number of people are adopting. As the western world looks to get more fit and healthy, vegan food producers and animal-friendly eateries have been popping up more frequently around the country. London has embraced the vegan lifestyle and has become home to an array of restaurants, diners and cafes that all specialise in vegan food. Whether you’re a long-time vegan, you’re just starting out or you want to try something different, our list of the best vegan hotspots will give you some great examples of where to chow down during your London trip and stay at the Piccadilly Hotel Lodon.
1 Redchurch St, Shoreditch, London E2 7DJ
This up-scale vegan restaurant specialises in superfoods and natural Peruvian ingredients that have been put together so you feel full and nourished. The specialist staff at Andina are professionally trained and highly skilled in preparing vegan dishes. Even if you’re not vegan, if you want to try something different during your stay in London then after breakfast at the Piccadilly hotel London head over to Andina in Shoreditch for a refreshingly delicious vegan alternative.
17 Frith St, Soho, London W1D 4RG
This is another specialist eatery that values the amazing flavours and unique taste of Peruvian food. The vibrant menu at Ceviche is packed full of fragrant dishes that combine all sorts of flavours and textures. Although this slick Soho eatery provides meat-eaters with what they desire, there is a dedicated menu for vegans too.
27 D’Arblay St, Soho, London W1F 8EP
If you’re planning to take advantage of our West End hotels special offers and you want to experience the diversity of London’s food scene, then you have to take a trip to Copita. The Soho-based eatery is a contemporary haven of vegan-friendly food that never seizes to please the palate. The unique thing about Copita is that they change the menu every day, which means that you’re always sure to find something that takes your fancy.
22 Harcourt St, Marylebone, London W1H 4HH
If you take a trip over to Marylebone then you’ll find one of the smallest vegan eateries, which packs the biggest punch in terms of flavour. This Japanese-inspired sushi bar offers a diverse menu to people of all dietary persuasions. The great thing about Japanese food is that it lends itself well to vegan cooking, so you can still enjoy the traditional authentic tastes of Japan with food that uses 100% animal-friendly ingredients.
172 King’s Rd, Chelsea, London SW3 4UP
Don’t let the name fool you, this Chelsea-based eatery is packed full of vegan options and all you need to do is ask. The chefs at Rabbit are more than happy to rustle you up some amazing animal-friendly dishes that are so tasty they will have you wondering why everyone in the world isn’t vegan.
Honey & Co
25 Warren St, Bloomsbury, London W1T 5LZ
Fans of Middle Eastern cuisine will love this quaint little restaurant in the heart of Fitzrovia. If you’re looking for a delicious lunch and aren’t too worried about your budget then this little gem is the perfect place. The vegan options here are packed with big flavours. Falafel is the vegan favourite at Honey & Co so be sure to give that a try when you stop in.