7 best vegetarian restaurants in London
In London, it has never been so easy and easy for vegetarians. The British capital offers such a variety of options – from the exquisite seasonal menu in Vanilla Black to the herbivorous offers at Bühler and Co, that there is always a choice. Vogue.ua has selected some interesting offers.
Wild Food Cafe
This bright spot in Covent Garden overlooking Niels Yard has a raw vegetarian menu, dominated by colorful, healthy bowls and smoothies.Visitors recommend an Ayurvedic salad with mango and lime juice, as well as a Wild Awakening shot, which includes lemon, ginger, turmeric, cayenne pepper and coconut. Wild Food Cafe also has its own store, where you can stock up on everything from goji berries to cocoa powder.
Bühler and Co
For a cozy vegetarian brunch, the best place for a cafe in Walthamstow is Bühler and Co. The menu includes everything from French toast with hazelnuts, salted caramel and raspberries to gado gado, indonesian crispy tofu salad, seasonal greens and peanut sauce. You can also come in late at night to try, for example, roasted chicory with quail eggs and tempura vegetables with salsa.
Mildred’s has been serving vegetarian dishes since its opening in 1988 on Green Street. Today, Mildred’s can be found in Camden, Kings Cross and Dalston, but the first restaurant in SoHo is still the best. Reserve a table to try a pie of mushrooms, peas and ale, green falafel with cherry and pistachio rice, or the legendary Polish hamburger made from beets and white beans.
Homemade lemon ricotta with salted mandarin, profit of celery with dill, licorice panna cotta with bergamot curd – dishes in the regularly changing Vanilla Black menu are not only creative, but also beautifully presented. The restaurant even has a portable growing station, which the team uses to grow their own trace elements. In fact, it is a vegetarian oasis in the middle of the city.
Farmacy in Notting Hill became the epicenter of the London-based “conscious” food revolution that began several years ago. The restaurant’s philosophy is simple (and borrowed from Hippocrates): “Your food must be medicine, and your medicine must be food.” There is no dairy in any dish. Do not leave without trying the shot that is fed into the syringe: O.M.G., with CBD powder, grapefruit and linseed oil.
With places in Marylebone, Islington and Hammersmith, The Gate has a reputation as one of London’s best vegetarian restaurants. In the menu you can find delicious snacks in the form of artichoke terrines, and hearty main dishes that range from eggplant schnitzel to barley cake and parsnip. Visit The Gate on Sunday to try their signature dish: Wellington made from vegetable roots, chestnut and sage.
In this restaurant in Soho, the price of lunch will depend directly on its weight. Ethos has dishes inspired by cuisines from around the world, from sweet miso-fried eggplant from Japan to citrus rice salad from Mexico. It is better to eat here, and not to take with you: in this nice, bright restaurant filled with birches, one of the most beautiful interiors in the area.