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GO Vegetarian In South East London

Vegetarian Restaraunts in South East London Even meat-eaters would be hard pressed to ignore the range of mouth-watering cuisine on offer at some of South East London’s premier vegetarian restaurants.

Pay a visit to one of the region's very best restaurants located at Limpsfield Road, Sanderstead, Croydon. Veggie One [map] has an unrivalled reputation for offering an extensive menu of vegan and vegetarian dishes from the world’s cuisine. This includes some essential desserts that are usually not available to vegans.

If you’re looking for a good place to eat lunch try The Domali Café [map], Westow Way. Here you’ll find a great menu packed with hefty sandwiches and exotic soup. They also do a famous vegetarian breakfast that many locals believe is the best in the area.

Go for Thai with a visit to The Kwan Thai [map], Hays Galleria, London Bridge. This popular Thai restaurant – though not exclusively vegetarian – does offer an extensive veggie menu and is a particularly romantic place benefiting from awe-inspiring views across The Thames and London Bridge. Alternatively, head over to Mantanah Thai [map], Portland Road, South Norwood, which has won awards for its large vegetarian menu.

Experience something completely new with a visit to The Courtyard Café [map], Old Courthouse, Renfrew Road. The Courtyard is based inside the Jamyang Buddhist Centre and offers an exclusive range of vegan cuisine and non-alcoholic drinks and juices. This is the perfect place to enjoy a relaxing step-back from a hectic schedule and enjoy al fresco eating in a peaceful environment.

Enjoy some fantastic Asian cuisine at Lombok [map], Half Moon Lane. With a wide selection of Vietnamese, Malaysian and Thai cuisine this venue particularly appeals to couples looking for a romantic place to dine. It’s also extremely vegetarian-friendly and there’s a great selection of non-meat dishes on the menu.

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