We get it, there are some nights where you just fancy putting your feet up and having something delicious delivered straight to your door. Thankfully these days vegan takeaway options are abundant and we’re almost spoilt for choice! If you’re in London and want to try the best that the capital has to offer by way of vegan-friendly takeaways then look no further than these fabulous vegan-friendly eateries*.
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Vegan Crosstown Doughnuts
Got a sweet tooth? In that case, you need to order yourself some fresh vegan sourdough doughnuts from Crosstown Doughnuts! Made fresh every morning, you can choose from a range of tempting flavours such as Strawberry & English Sparkling Rosé, Peanut Butter & Blackcurrant Compote and the signature Cinnamon Scroll.
With locations at Oxford Circus and Covent Garden, by CHLOE. is perfect for those looking for healthy lunch options that don’t compromise on taste. Get your five a day with their range of fully-loaded salads or opt for their famous Mac ‘N’ Cheese with shiitake bacon. They even offer vegan versions of a Sunday roast and fish ‘n’ chips suppers if you want to take the stress out of cooking.
Get down and dirty with Vx’s mouth-watering vegan junk food favourites. Popular menu items include the Döner Kebab Wrap, the Meatball Marina Sub and the Philly – a burger toastie hybrid filled with a grilled burger, tomato slices, gherkin and lots of melty vegan cheese! Save room for dessert as Vx offers a selection of baked goods including ring doughnuts, eclairs stuffed with soya cream and freshly made cakes.
Mooshies London Vegan Burger Bar
We vegans love a decadent burger jam-packed with good stuff, and if you’re looking for a burger loaded with extras then you need to get yourself a Mooshies vegan burger. If you’re missing beef burgers then be sure to try the What’s Your Beef? burger with burger sauce, caramelised onions, cheese and a quinoa and black bean patty, or sink your teeth into the Pulled Mooshie with slow-cooked BBQ jackfruit and coleslaw. They even do vegan mozzarella sticks!
Temple of Seitan
Few vegan eateries have caused such a stir as the wildly popular Temple of Hackney who bought seitan to the masses when it opened its doors in 2016. The vegan fried ‘chicken’ restaurant aims to replicate the taste and texture of non-vegan foods without the cruelty to tempt vegans and non-vegans alike. Try the Temple Burger featuring a chick’n fillet, ranch mayo, ‘bacon’, cheese, lettuce and pickles or the BBQ Bacon which comes with a quarter pounder patty, mayo, cheese,
‘bacon’, pickles and BBQ sauce – phew!
What The Pitta!
Been out on the town and need a greasy kebab to soak up the booze? Well if you’re vegan fear not because What the Pitta! have mastered the art of vegan kebab making, and you better believe they run rings around their non-vegan counterparts in terms of flavour and fillings! Give the classic Vegan Döner or the delicious falafel wrap a try if you need something heartier, or the Mezze Box if you are feeling a little more virtuous. There’s even a Döner and Chips box for those times when only proper comfort food would hit the spot!
If you’re a fan of street food and want to indulge in a taste sensation then CookDaily is sure to tickle your tastebuds. The vegan restaurant is well-known for its street-food inspired plant-based dishes such as its full English breakfast, green curry, vegan chicken and mushroom pie, pad thai, adobo, sweet and sour prawns, as well as a range of noodle dishes.
Got room for dessert? Treat yourself to a scoop or two of Yorica’s incredibly smooth and creamy vegan ice-cream which come in a variety of yummy flavours such as Cookies ‘N’ Cream, Gooey Vanilla Cookie and Popcorn & Caramel. The best part is everyone can enjoy these frozen delights as they’re free from the 14 major allergens, all without an animal product in sight!
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