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GO Vegetarian In North London

Vegetarian Restaraunts in North London It may sometimes feel like meat lovers get all the choice with almost every restaurant catering to their carnivorous tastes, however north London does have something to offer vegetarians as well.

The Blue Legume [map] on Stoke Newington Church Street is a small café style eatery with a unique but relaxed atmosphere. Whether you want the satisfaction of a full meal or just a passing nibble from their great range of cakes and pastries just feel free to stop by. The menu includes touches of Italian, Moroccan and Turkish flavours and also offers a good range of juices and herbal teas.

The street is also home to one of the most celebrated vegetarian restaurants in the area, Rasa [map]. This pink walled eatery offers a meat free menu boasting a range of South Indian cuisine but mainly tasty vegetable Keralan curries.

Organic 13 [map] is a vegetarian café and juice bar where you can sit and enjoy a meal or simply pop in to buy organic vegetarian goods. The menu includes sunflower pate and cabbage and seaweed salad all served in a community atmosphere. For café cuisine, you could also try St. Paul's Steiner Café [map] in Highbury.

Heartstone [map] is another restaurant catering for vegetarians and the pro organic. As well as hearty meals, this Camden eatery also offers holistic massage, so if you’re stressed and hungry this is the ideal place.

Going out with people who have opposing philosophies on meat eating debate can be tricky at best. The carnivores can’t seem to enjoy a meal without that controversial ingredient, while the vegetarians feel that they shouldn’t have to compromise on choice because of the company they keep. The solution may come in the form of the following restaurants.

Rasa Travacore [map], is just across the road from its older sibling Rasa [map] on Stoke Newington Church Street. However unlike its neighbour the menu features meat, fish and vegetarian meals. The cooking style is also from Kerala but with focus on the Syrian Christian style which uses chillies and coconut milk to create many of the flavours.

If you like Indian food then Masala Zone [map] in Islington is another good bet as they have created a completely separate kitchen for vegetarian cooking. There’s plenty for curious palates to try at this friendly eatery which can also cater for people with special dietary requirements (however if this is a particular concern phone beforehand).

The Duke of Cambridge [map] offers a different slant on the gastro pub experience in north London by offering only organic (or as organic as possible) food and drink. The menu includes meals for both vegetarians and carnivores as well as organic beer, wine and spirits to accompany them.

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