If you fancy a trip abroad but don’t want to get stuck eating salads for a week, we’ve got you covered. Vegan eateries have become increasingly popular around the world and seem to be popping up left, right and centre, so here are some of our favourite vegan-friendly cities and where to dine while you’re there.
London’s culinary offerings surpass traditional afternoon tea and fish and chips by far. Whether you’re starving after a day of shopping on Oxford Street or you’re looking for a pre-theatre meal in Soho, there’s bound to be a vegan eatery for you.
The Spread Eagle – As one of East London’s oldest pubs, The Spread Eagle is keeping tradition alive while celebrating London’s appetite for meat-free eats. Try their tacos, nachos and burritos – all delicious, packed with flavour and 100% vegan. Of course, The Spread Eagle also has the matching liquor to go along with your meal.
Vanilla Black – Vanilla Black is a restaurant for diners who want to enjoy truly forward thinking, meat-free meals. Since 2004 this London restaurant smashes stereotypes and offers truly scrumptious plant-based dishes. We recommend their 5-course tasting course menu. Who could resist dishes like fried shiitake, pine nut purée and crispy enoki as a main and coconut sorbet with toasted rice mousse for dessert?
Genesis – If you’re looking for plant-based comfort food, then Genesis is the place to be. Here you’ll find kimchi fries, smoked ‘chorizo’ tacos, ice-cream sundaes and raw cheesecake. Who said vegans can’t do fast food?Continue Reading