Take part in Veganuary and enjoy these vegan restaurants during your visit to London


Welcome to 2024 and it’s that time of year when New Years’ resolutions are made and broken but we love January because it’s Veganuary time!

There are so many great places in London to eat a vegan meal, so we’ve put together some of our favourites for you to go and try out. Vegan food restaurants are on the rise and there is so much more choice to explore than ever before. We think you’ll love these places, go and try them out and let us know what you think!

Image credit: Farmacy


74 Westbourne Grove, Notting Hill (36 min tube ride from The Belgrave)

Farmacy is an established part of London Vegan life – with sustainably sourced ingredients and their own farm and collective, this restaurant is perfect for those who want a meal that is sustainable, holistic and gives back to the community. The founder, Camilla Fayed has a background in Biodynamics and has created Farmacy to challenge a lot of stereotypes that have come up in the restaurant industry, her chefs and menus don’t use any refined sugar, chemicals, dairy products or additives. Farmacy offers brunch and dinner menus, private dining and delivery/collection services as well as desserts and a specially-curated children’s menu. The brunch menu has vegan twists on classic items and all-in-all, it’s a great place to eat vegan food and help support local businesses. 

As well as the restaurant and farm, Camilla also runs retreats for those who want to get away from it all while helping re-balance their gut health and get support for their physical and mental wellbeing. The last one took place in September 2023 and it looks amazing! Definitely one to watch out for in the future. Fayed has created a whole movement with Farmacy and it’ll be interesting to see what else she has up her sleeve for the future.

Image credit: Tendril


5 Princes St, London W1B 2LQ (16 min tube ride from The Belgrave)

Tendril is a (mostly) vegan restaurant that wants to get people eating more vegetables that aren’t steamed to within an inch of their life or made into odd concoctions. They pride themselves on the fact that they put vegetables that many people wouldn’t normally come across, back in the spotlight. Using small local suppliers, they have an incredible menu that will get you thinking more positively about veggies. 

Tendril offers a set lunch and dinner menu, an a la carte lunch and dinner menu as well as brunch offerings. Tendril knows how important it is to be a part of the vegan movement, as well as supporting alternative diets so they can cater for gluten-free and allium-free diets. 

No need to book unless you have a group of 6 or more, but be aware that during weekends, it may be busier than usual so you may have a small wait for a table. 

If you’re popping in for a few drinks before your meal, they do a range of vegan wines as well as some low and non-alcohol cocktails. Check out their range of Kombuchas and drinking vinegars if you really want to challenge your tastebuds. You won’t regret it.

Image credit: Mildreds


45 Lexington St, Carnaby, London W1F 9AN (22 min tube ride from The Belgrave)

Since opening its doors in 1988, Mildreds has been serving up culinary, colourful vegan delights. Currently, they have a Caribbean delights menu on, which will take you on a journey through countries like Haiti, Cuba and Jamaica. It’s a light brunch menu, but the Churro French Toast sounds absolutely delicious and is definitely on our wish list. 

Mildreds began life as a vegetarian restaurant at a time when there was very little choice for the vegetarians of Soho and they wanted to expand people’s perceptions of what vegetarian food could look and taste like. Using international flavours from all over the world, the little cafe became a hotspot and now in 2024, they have a completely plant-based menu and 5 restaurants. 

Mildreds also has some of the best vegan desserts you can find in London, try their chocolate ganache layer cake for some extra indulgence or take on their white chocolate tiramisu. They also do vegan drinks and alcohol including a nice range of low and no alcohol cocktails as well as a range of no onion or garlic meals to help with alternate diets. 

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Palm Greens at Arcade

103-105 New Oxford St, London WC1A 1DB (26 min tube ride from The Belgrave)

A great lunch venue that provides filling, delicious, healthy lunches, Palm Greens has filled a hole where it’s needed in London. Giving you the best ingredients that are locally sourced and sustainable, as well as providing gluten-free meals, bespoke catering for those all day meetings and a supper club, it has it all. 

Palm Greens is open daily for lunch and dinner and you can order online so you miss the queue when you need lunch in a hurry. They do small plates as well as main meals and some great snacks for you to take away. Palm Greens have delved into their chef’s knowledge of perfecting plant-based cooking to come up with a menu that may be small but that doesn’t mean it’s not mighty. The Mexican Tostada looks amazing and we think it’s well worth a trip if you’re in London and need something to keep you going until the end of the day. A perfect stop-off during the sightseeing or corporate meetings you have. You can sit in as well as grab your food to go so if you have time, we highly recommend taking a seat and eating in.

Looking for a winter get-away?

Remember that your vegan journey doesn’t have to stop in January! These restaurants are available all year round so book your hotel with The Belgrave and go on a vegan restaurant tour.

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