London’s top vegan-friendly restaurants

Words by Keven Amfo

19 June 2020

Recently voted the most vegan-friendly city in the world by, London has many options catering to diners who prefer to avoid animal products of all kind. Here are some of our favourites from across the capital.

Farmacy Noted

Farmacy - 74-76 Westbourne Grove, W2 5SH

Featuring a vegetarian farm-to-table menu, this stylish Notting Hill restaurant from Camilla Fayed appeals to both vegans and plant-based diners alike. The beautiful environs are perfect for enjoying a menu featuring vegetables that are naturally and sustainably harvested on the restaurant’s own Kent farm. Everything on offer is dairy-free, and without chemicals and refined sugars. The wine list is focused on natural wines, and the cocktail menu incorporates various fresh juices.

Ethos Noted

Ethos - 48 Eastcastle Street, W1W 8DX

This self-service restaurant near Oxford Circus serves a rotating menu of meat-free and plant-based cuisine, spotlighting myriad flavours from around the globe. Beautifully presented in a Scandinavian-styled all-white environment, the extensive options allow guests to try many new things and explore their own palettes. In addition to lunch and dinner, they have a bottomless brunch menu on the weekends and several delicious dessert options.

Cub Noted 1

Cub - 153 Hoxton Street, N1 6PJ

Although not strictly vegan, most menu options at this sustainable concept restaurant are (animal products occasionally make a supporting appearance). Presented by an esteemed team led by Mr Lyan and featuring a Noma-alum amongst others, the space has a cheery mustard hue. The unique and thoughtful menu is served sharing-style and is to be taken by the whole table. Dishes such as Nettle, Sweet Bell Turnip, and Sea Truffle are served alongside innovative cocktails and natural wines.

Lucky Cat Noted

Lucky Cat - 10 Grosvenor Square, W1K 6JP

Inspired by Tokyo’s 1930s drinking clubs, this new restaurant from Gordon Ramsay features dark, lavishly stylized interiors by design studio AfroditiKrassa, of Dishoom fame. A place to see-and-be-seen, the restaurant has a lively atmosphere and is excellent for a celebration. Not specifically vegan, they have a separate entirely vegan menu. The Asian small plates are perfect for sharing, and feature options such as Watercress Dumplings, Avocado Tempura, and Pea Guacamole.

Wulf Lamb Noted

Wulf & Lamb - 243 Pavilion Road, SW1X 0BP

Long a critics favourite, this entirely plant-based restaurant in Chelsea is both delicious and healthy. Open from breakfast thru dinner; the day starts with coconut yoghurt and homemade granola—featuring the inventive addition of spicy pineapple—followed by two toothsome burger options and some excellent salads on the lunch menu. Led by Franco Casolin, expect menu items to be perfectly executed and optimize their (mostly) organic ingredients.

Looking for more plant-based options? Contact your luxury lifestyle manager for recommendations and help booking.

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