Iconic vegan restaurant Mildreds has opened the doors to its 6th venue in the heart of Covent Garden in London.
If you’re looking for quality plant-based dining in London, Mildreds is the place to be!
Its inspiring menu celebrates fresh flavours from around the world, earning itself a dedicated following.
Mildreds has continued its growth this year and has opened a new site in London’s beloved Covent Garden.
Located on St. Martin’s Lane, Mildreds’ new home will bring a vibrant and exciting atmosphere to the area.
Furthermore, diners can enjoy the new seasonal menu, offering a range of dishes to take you from breakfast to dinner.
Bhatti Ka Kebabs. Image source: Mildreds
Mildreds Covent Garden
Since opening its first location in 1988, Mildreds has pioneered London’s plant-based scene.
Mildreds now has 6 homes across the capital including its first concept restaurant, Mallow, located in Borough Market.
With the restaurant group showing no sign of slowing things down, the new venue will birth a new look and feel for the vegan chain.
The Covent Garden venue will split across two floors, serving 110 covers alongside a private dining room that can accommodate up to 8 guests.
Additionally, guests can expect classic dishes on the menu, including the dreamy Pink Wednesday Truffles!
In a statement, Managing Director, Sam Anstey, said: “We can’t wait to bring Mildreds to the Covent Garden area, with rising demand for plant-based food across the capital it was time to bring our food to the world-famous theatre district of London.
“The new site will showcase the first iteration of Mildreds’ refreshed new branding. Since joining Mildreds in 2020, I have been looking to update the brand’s look & feel, taking on board customer feedback and staying true to the brand’s history since we first opened in ‘88.”
Mildreds’ Covent Garden venue will be open 7 days a week.
Doors will open at 8.30 am Monday-Friday, 9 am on the weekend, and close at 11 pm.
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Feature image source: Mildreds