Peoples’ appetite for eating vegetarian and vegan food is on the rise, so we have found the crème de la crème of the plant based eateries that you need to eat at before you kick the bucket.
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ETHOS - An exciting vegetarian self-service concept near Oxford Circus, Ethos features meat-free delicacies from across the world, which diners pay for by weight. Inside there is minimalist décor and indoor trees, which make for a inviting, relaxing space. The Ethos menu covers a huge variety of cuisines, including Japanese, Korean, Mexican, Italian and Lebanese, with a good range of dairy-free and gluten-free options. The salad range includes massaged kale with kumquats, purple potato, and quinoa and avocado, while the hot range features light bites like spring greens Scotch eggs with spicy ketchup. For mains, there is chickpea and coconut curry, risotto with tomato and courgettes, and Hungarian-style stuffed peppers.
Terre a Terre - Sandwiched between the historic Brighton Lanes, 2 AA Rosette-awarded vegetarian restaurant Terre a Terre is one of the town's most popular dining venues. Awarded a prestigious Michelin Bib Gourmand, Terre a Terre has garnered favourable reviews from Hardens and The Good Food Guide and caters for al fresco dining with a suntrap terrace. Highly recommended by the press, Terre a Terre is a regular feature in the Observer Food awards. The creative and playful approach to vegetarian cuisine at Terre a Terre ensures that the menu showcases an exotic and innovative selection of dishes.
Raw at La Suite West- Within walking distance of Notting Hill, Portobello Market & Marble Arch, RAW at La Suite West specialises in healthy, innovative raw, vegan and vegetarian food. Boasting a chic, contemporary setting, the restaurant also offers gluten-free and dairy- free options and serves a delicious selection of non-alcoholic mocktails, smoothies and health-inspired teas and juices. One of the top vegan and vegetarian restaurants in London. Raw at La Suite West is a 2-minute walk from Bayswater Tube Station, a 3-minute walk from Queensway Tube station and just one stop on the tube from Paddington Station. Hyde Park is just a 5-minute walk away.