Ten of the best places to eat Vegan in London

Veganuary has become increasingly popular over the past few years, so what better way to kick off your ‘new year new you’ resolution than trying some of the best vegan food in London? 

The capital is well known for its colourful food scene, but it’s also one of the best places on the planet to eat plant-based food. With so many great vegan options out there, it can be tricky to pick the best of the rest. So, we’ve done all the hard work for you and put together a list of ten of the best places to eat vegan in London. 

We’ve picked some of our favourite vegan eateries that are central to ARK’s locations in both Wembley and our up and coming Canary Wharf locations. But we’ve also included suggestions from central London too, in case you fancy exploring – giving you plenty of vegan friendly restaurants to try no matter where you are! 

So, let’s get stuck in…

Pasta Remoli

This is a unique pasta restaurant that lets you choose your own pasta dishes, right down to picking what type of pasta style you would like from spaghetti to gnocchi. The pasta dishes are all homemade of course, using only the best Italian and local ingredients. They have lots of vegan options available, making it a really fun twist on a traditional Italian restaurant. 

Based right in Wembley park, and just around the corner from ARK, it’s a great location if you want a quick plant-based meal. Due to their popularity, they have two other locations also, one based in Ealing Broadway and another based in Westfield Stratford. 

Interested in designing your own pasta dish? Check out their menu here

Located: Wembley Park, Ealing Broadway and Westfield Stratford


Udderlicious, located in Wembley park, serves some delicious flavours of vegan ice creams and sorbets alongside regular dairy ice creams too. Well established in the ice cream business for forty-five years, they have become well known for their craft –some would say they have perfected it even. 

Their vegan ice creams give plant-based customers multiple options to choose from (multiple being the key word here), such as chocolate brownie, biscoff and honeycomb for a delicious sweet dessert. But they also have a mango sorbet if you fancy something a bit lighter with a fruity kick. The list goes on, so you’ll have to try Udderlicious out for yourself, as the flavours update monthly. 

Fancy a sweet treat? Check out their menu here

Located: Wembley Park, Islington and Covent Garden. 

Smoky Boys

This classic smoky BBQ restaurant has a delicious smoky vegan burger available for plant-based dinners. Although there is only one vegan option on the menu, it’s good enough to put Smoky boys on our top ten list. The smoky burger is made with the popular ‘Moving Mountains’ patty – packed with plant protein and irresistible juiciness, topped with salsa and vegan cheese (yes they found a good one, which is quite a skill in itself). And of course, a vegan bun. 

If you fancy giving the smoky burger a go yourself you can check out their menu here

Located: Wembley Box Park, Marylebone, Kensington High street and many others!

Garbanzos Falafel

Located right in Canary Wharf, Garbanzos Falafel is a fully vegan restaurant, ever growing in popularity with multiple locations across London. They have many options to choose from; whether it be a classic falafel pitta, a hummus plate topped with freshly made falafel,or a more colourful falafel wrap,  there’s something for everyone at Garbanzos. It’s only right that we included them in our top ten list, seeing how they’re an all vegan restaurant and multiple locations to choose from. These guys have truly mastered the art of making delicious falafels.

Wanting to try it out for yourself? View their menu here.Location: Canary Wharf, Cornhill, Fleet Street, Monument and many more!


The original plant-based restaurant, Mildreds first opened in 1988, so it’s safe to say they know good vegan food – you could even say they’re experts in creating delicious plant based cuisine. So it’s not surprising they have already launched their 2024 Veganuary menu, with an exciting Caribbean twist! 

Of course, Mildreds is best known for their classic brunch and all day menu menus, which have become firm favourites, serving delicious scrambled tofu, avocado toast and pancakes. It’s safe to say that there is something for everyone at Mildreds, so why not try it this Veganuary? 

Check out their website here Location: Soho, Covent Garden, Kings Cross, Camden and Dalston 


Coming in as a top contender for London’s best vegan restaurant, Mallow is based right in the heart of Canary Wharf with a second location in Borough Market due to its ever growing popularity. First opened in 2021, and brought to you by the team behind Mildreds, this plant-based eatery serves dishes that are inspired by cultures all over the world, from delicious thali and tabbouleh dishes to classic burgers with an international twist. 

Check out all things Mallow here.

Location: Canary Wharf and Borough Market 

Peachy Goat

This fully vegan restaurant has an Italian theme to its menu which has become hugely popular with Londoners. Founded by two brothers from Sardinia, the Peachy Goat serves up authentic Italian dishes with a vegan twist, including pasta dishes and juicy burgers. Trust us, you’ll be living ‘la dolce vegan’ at this family-run restaurant.

Fancy a visit? Check out their menu here

Located: Brixton, South London 

Tofu Vegan

At Tofu Vegan their slogan is ‘every step saves the planet, so whether you’re trying out Veganuary for the first time, or have been vegan for as long as you can remember, it’s nice to think about how you are helping to save the planet one step at a time when dining here.

Get ready to try vegan Chinese cuisine at this plant-based restaurant, because Tofu Vegan are serving up delicious noodles and stir fry dishes topped with a whole range of seasoned – you guessed it – tofu. They also have dumplings and other heart-warming dishes, to get you through the winter. 

Check out more on their website here.

Located: Islington, Spitalfields and Golders Green 

Temple of Seitan

Possibly one of the best vegan junk food restaurants on the planet, Temple of Seitan is one place you can’t miss dining at this Veganuary. With their twist on classic burgers, finger-lickin’ vegan chicken nuggets and their famous American tater tots, trust us when we say that you won’t leave here with an empty stomach! 

Have a look at Temple of Seitan’s website here 

Located: Camden and Hackney 

The Sitara

Last, but certainly not least, The Sitara is described as an Indian jazz restaurant, and it definitely puts a twist on the classic Indian restaurant. With a whole separate menu full of vegan and vegetarian dishes, this restaurant is a great one to try with friends and family. And The Sitara continues to grow  in popularity due to the fun live jazz performances they put on every week. This is a fun and exciting way to find out what your new favourite vegan curry dish is! 

Have a look at their delicious menu here

Located: Islington  

So, that’s it for our top ten places to eat vegan in London! Hopefully we’ve given you some great ideas on places to take your friends and family when they come to visit you at ARK! Be sure to check out our blog for more recommendations on what to do when living in London.