We round up some of London’s best veggie roasts, because meat eaters shouldn’t be the only ones who get to overdose on roast potatoes, Yorkshire puddings, and copious amounts of gravy.
Manna, Primrose Hill – Manna’s vegan nut roast has been on their menu for over 10 years and, judging by its popularity, the restaurant daren’t take it off. In a world where soggy nut roasts are abundant, Manna offers salvation with a soft-on-the-inside-but-crispy-on-the-outside concoction of hazelnut, cashew, pea, mushroom, and herbs.
The Wilmington, Clerkenwell – With its comedy nights, live music, and decent range of beers, The Wilmington has the makings of a decent local. For a pub only four years young (it was converted from a music venue in 2013), it’s awfully mature in its food offerings, as the kitchen’s wild mushroom and goat’s cheese wellington, with Yorkies and all the trimmings, should demonstrate.
The Rye, Peckham – There’s a lot of love going on for vegetarian café and small plates restaurant Snackistan down the road, but when a hearty Sunday lunch is what you’re craving, local vegetarians aren’t exactly spoilt for choice. Step forward another local favourite, The Rye, with its nut roast and pesto sauce, alongside roast potatoes, parsnips, greens, et al.Continue Reading