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GO Vegetarian In Central London

Vegetarian Restaraunts in Cental London Vegetarians and vegans will find a large selection of restaurants and a wealth of choice on the menu in Central London. Even meat-eaters venture forth to enjoy some of the internationally flavoured cuisine on offer.

If you’re looking for a truly wondrous selection of cuisine head to the World Food Cafe [map], Neal’s Yard Dining Room, Neal’s Yard. Don’t be fooled by the name, this is one of London’s top vegetarian restaurants that leaves the café culture yapping at its heels. Try African platters or Mexican chilli from World Food Café’s extensive menu. It’s a real treat to find a veggie venue that has so many varied and unusual dishes and this place is definitely creeping up the list of top 10 restaurants in London for vegetarians and meat-eaters alike.

Even though the name might not suggest it Woodlands [map], Marylebone Lane, is an Indian restaurant through and through and what’s more it caters exclusively for vegetarians who can sample spicy and authentic dishes inspired by South Indian cuisine.

For a unique dining experience try The Place Below [map], St Mary-le Bow, Cheapside. This light and fresh café and restaurant serves a range of healthy eating options including roast red pepper, grilled aubergine, Halloumi and fresh coriander, and grilled field mushroom, soy-roasted tofu and rocket leaves. Chef and author Bill Sewell, who has put his own stamp on the dishes, oversees the restaurant.

Staying in the city both The Greenery [map], Cowcross Street, and Silks & Spice [map], Northampton Road, are great eateries when you’re looking for sanctuary away from the busy London streets.

One of London’s best kept secrets can be discovered on Dean Street, which is home to The Red Veg Café [map]. This little treasure has a menu of cuisine gathered from across the world and promises a strict “no lentil” policy. Increasing in popularity due to its commitment to offer real veggie fast food, this is the perfect venue for a quick lunch.

Hidden away in an adult learning centre at Queen Square, The Mary Ward Vegetarian Café [map] is definitely a venue to check out. Like the centre of the same name, the café offers a calm and friendly environment alongside simple and filling cuisine.

Vegans will find a good selection of restaurants in Central London offering menus that combine strong flavours with real imagination.
For a great buffet style lunch check out the ever-popular Country Life [map], Warwick Street. This self-service restaurant offers bowls of unusual salads and dressings as well as organic fruit and a range of tempting desserts including tofu cheesecake and apple strudel.

Try a Turkish delight at Maoz Falafel Café [map], Old Compton Street. Choose from the wide selection of falafel on offer and eat in or take away. The coleslaw and mayonnaise accompaniment isn’t vegan so request your falafel without it.

Enjoy some of the best vegan desserts around with a visit to Mildreds [map], Lexington Street. Those with a sweet tooth will find a menu of mouth-watering desserts, while those who prefer savoury are still well catered for with a selection of burgers and stir-fries.

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