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GO Vegetarian In South West London

Vegetarian Restaraunts in South West London With the range and choice of vegetarian and vegan restaurants on offer there’s no excuse for being fobbed off with a one-option menu. In fact, the range of exotic cuisine is enough to tempt even the most ardent meat eater through the doors.

The Milan Vegetarian Restaurant [map], Upper Tooting Road, offers a wide selection of Gujarati and South Indian cuisine and there’s a separate menu for vegans too.

Alternatively head to Woodlands Panton Street [map], Panton Street, for a range of South Indian vegan and vegetarian cuisine.

If you’re dining with meat-eating friends but don’t want to compromise your own needs book a table at The City Café [map], John Islip Street.

This award-winning restaurant overlooks Side Street, which is a work of art linking John Islip Street to Millbank. This stunning view makes eating here a real treat and head chef Edward Bleackley’s innovative menu combines the very best vegetarian cuisine with Modern European a la carte.

Combine your eating with a musical interlude at The Tea Rooms des Artistes [map], Wandsworth Road, which is an excellent bohemian café offering al fresco dining and summer jazz concerts.

The Shahee Bhelpoori [map] vegetarian and vegan restaurant is located at London Road, and is just across the road from the Norbury Rail Station. Offering a range of veggie and vegan cuisine each dish on the menu is listed clearly to indicate which has dairy products in it. Dishes are spiced to your own taste and children are offered a separate menu to avoid very hot dishes.

Head over to Brixton to one of the locals most popular restaurants. Café Pushkar [map], Market Row, Coldharbour Lane, is a dedicated vegetarian restaurant offering delicious organic fayre home-cooked on the premises. Children and babies are particularly welcome here and there’s good wheelchair access.

Take time out of your shopping expedition to visit The Wholemeal Vegetarian Café [map], Shrubbery Road, which offers an excellent range of tea, coffee, snacks and sandwiches. There’s also a range of cuisine on offer including firm favourites such as nut roast, vegetable curries and pasties.

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