A weekly vegan street food market is coming to Central London which will bring together some of the capitals best and most loved vegan traders, as well as some you might not have heard of yet.
Street Food Union, the team behind the weekday lunchtime Rupert Street Market, are focusing their weekend offering with the soon-to-be weekly Soho Vegan Market.
Launching on the 14th of April and running between the hours of 11am and 4pm Soho Vegan Market will bring together some of the capitals best and most loved vegan traders, as well as some you might not have heard of yet, into one place and celebrate all they have to offer with an exclusively vegan collaboration in the heart of the capital.
Whether it’s Vietnamese bain-mie from Eat Chay or pie & mash from Young Vegans the market will offer something for everyone, so if you’re feeling adventurous or simply want a Saturday lunchtime treat this new venture will add something just a little bit different to your weekend.
- Eat Chay
- Young Vegans
- Jakes Vegan Steaks
- Lime Hut
- Flip 80/20
- Lele’s Vegan Patissiery
- Planty Hugs
Joe Coulter, organiser of Street Food Unions Vegan market said ” This is the year of Veganism! We, alongside our great traders, are keen to show that vegan food is for everybody and is here to stay, with our new market in the heart of London’s Soho, there’s no excuse not to swing by and give it a go.”
One of the vendors, Spicebox, added “Until now, Central London has been one of the hardest places to find quality vegan food. We’re super excited to represent veganism in Soho and make all this delicious, creative and sustainable food accessible to all. “
The Soho Vegan Market is located at Rupert Street, Soho, London, W1D 7PQ.