Vegetarian Dining

Amico Bio

The first Italian, organic, vegetarian in London. found in Holborn. It’s concept is “Green Thinking – Better Living.” All ingredients are sourced from the owner’s Italian farm. A range of vegan and gluten-free dishes are also offered on the traditional Italian menu.

Diwana Restaurant

Specialising in South Indian vegetarian street food, this quirky little place in Euston has a great variety of dishes at reasonable prices.

The décor is simple and service efficient.

There is a regular buffet which offers an extensive range of snacks, curries and sweet dishes for a very reasonable price!

 

Pictured here is 'Pani Puri' which is wheat puffed balls (puri) which have to be puntured with the spoon and filled with the tamarind spiced water (pani) provided which has chopped chickpeas, potatoes and onions in it...Yum!

Grain Store

This a quirky restaurant situated in the new development in King Cross, the Kings Quarter. It has a relaxed setting and open plan kitchen where the chefs can be seen in action. Part of the famous Zetter Group, as can be expected, the décor has lots of quirky features, such as jars of store ingredients displayed around the restaurant. The menu focuses around quirky vegetables, although there are a few meat options too. Over half the menu has vegan/vegetarian options. The eclectic menu is so vast makes choosing a problem, so the chef can offer a selection for the whole table, at dinner only. There is a huge alfresco dining area in Granary Square overlooking the fountains.

Ravi Shankar

A cheap and cheerful Indian vegetarian restaurant on Drummond Street in Euston, North London. This street is full of vegetarian restaurants but whats different here is that this one serves alcohol too! Very basic interiors and decor and all food served on traditional steel crockery.

Reasonably priced tasty food and the buffet is always popular. Get there on time to get best selection.

From the A la carte menu there is an extensive range of 'dosas' (lentil pancakes) a south indian speciality and the paper dosa pictured here is recommended, served with potatoes, coconut chutney and lentils.

Tibits

Found in the Regent Street food quarter this vegetarian also has a wide range of vegan dishes. The philosophy is based on serving fresh, flavoursome, seasonal produce. There is a specially made food boat which every lunchtime holds a selection of 40 homemade salads, 12 hot daily specials, freshly baked snacks with dips and desserts. Patrons can select whatever they fancy and are charged by the weight of the food. At breakfast time part of the boat provides a classic breakfast selection of croissants, cereals, fruit, cheese and various breakfast drinks. 

 

Vanilla Black

This Holborn, Michelin-recommended restaurant has gained a reputation as one of London's finest vegetarian restaurants. Aiming to entice palates of all taste, this contemporary non-meat cuisine has been redefined by experimenting with original and surprising flavour combinations. The stylish, art-deco interior gives a relaxed and enjoyable dining experience.

Wild Food Cafe

An independent eatery found in quirky Covent Garden. This bright, colourful café focuses on raw and plant based dishes, that is living food, wholefoods, vegan and vegetarian. All the funky, dishes are freshly made using only the finest, locally sourced ingredients. Techniques are used to preserve the enzymes, nutrients and floavurs for the ultimate experience of wellbeing, so the food is served below 39C. The café is open from noon-5pm from Sunday – Wednesday, with later closing time of 10pm on Thursday to Saturday.

Woodlands

An authentic Indian vegetarian restaurant group with three restaurants around London. Specialising in both South Indian and North Indian cuisine which includes the clay over (tandoor). All the dishes do not contain any butter or cream so are much healthier and lighter than traditional Indian cuisine. The unique recipes and slow cooking methods provide flavoursome food. There is a quirky wine list contains only organic vegan/vegetarian wines sourced from independent growers. Their flavour complements the spiciness in the dishes. The majority of wines on the market are not suitable for vegetarians, a fact which is less well known.