Vegetarian In North West London
|| Meat free eats
are certainly not hard to come by in north west London
with a variety of vegetarian venues to choose from.
Gourmet vegetarian cuisine can be found at Manna [map] every evening of the week. As the oldest vegetarian dinner
restaurant in the UK, this eatery has built its reputation
on the fine food it serves, so you can expect meals here
to satisfy. Main course highlights include whiskey barbecue
marinated grilled tofu and Majorcan baked aubergine.
Cuisine that has always offered vegetarians some of the
best choice is Indian, and at Sabras [map] you get quality as well. This award-winning restaurant
is one of the top meat free eateries in the area and not
only caters for vegetarians but vegans, Jains and strict
Hindus. A visit to this family run restaurant should leave
your tastebuds alive with the real flavours of India.
For a cheap and cheerful vegetarian curry you could try Chutney’s [map] on Drummond Street. With none of the airs and graces of
London’s usual restaurant experience, this is one
choice if you need no frills Asian eats.
The other is Sakonis [map] on Ealing Road in Wembley. They serve vegetarian Indian
food as well as meat free Chinese food to eat in or take
away and enjoy at home.
So you’ve decided to go out with your meat eating
friends and/or relations and the restaurant has not been
chosen with your palate in mind – you end up finding
yourself in that frustrating situation where they have
the whole menu to choose from, and you have the choice
of one sorry sounding dish. Next time that situation arises
why not suggest a restaurant that you all can be happy
In north west London Singapore Sling [map] is a good bet with a wide range of cuisine from across
south Asia for vegetarians and carnivores alike. Exotic
cocktails are also on hand to add to the range of tastes
You could also suggest Lemonia [map] on Regents Park Road. Here you will find great Greek dishes
with and without the meat, so everyone should be able
to eat, eat and be merry!
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