Vegan dining has become far more accessible in recent years. From street food, to pop-ups to restaurants; we look at the best the UK has to offer.
Kat’s Kitchen, Keswick
If you fancy a trip out of the city and worried that you won’t be able to find vegan food, then look no further than the Lake District. Kat’s Kitchen offers a full English breakfast, mac and cheese, and a delightful roast dinner. There is a wonderful traditional theme to this menu, keeping it British and quirky.
Anna Loka, Cardiff
Located in the Roath area of Cardiff, this café serves up breakfast, lunch, and dinner. There is coffee and cake too, as well as a varied menu as well as one for the kids. The dish to try in the Ultimate Burger and the wild rice and aubergine. There is even scrambled tofu for breakfast. You’ll have to bring your own alcohol for a £2.50 corkage fee.
Head to the northern Quarter and visit V-Revs, where you can grab some of the best plant-based dishes in the city. It has everything from burgers, hotdogs, mac and cheese and lots more. There is the ultimate “Kevin Bacon” which is stuffed full of buttermilk fried seitan chckn, cheez, beacon, pickles and a whole host of fresh salad and veggies. There is also a stunning espresso martini to try too.
Just FaB, Hackney
Run by mother and son duo Fabio and Myra, this is authentic Sicilian vegan cuisine like you’ve ever tried before. It’s simple and affordable and offers something different in the Vegan landscape.
This is one of the most popular restaurants in Leeds and is loved by food lovers all over the city. There is a mixture of vegetarian and vegan dishes and there are sharing dishes to add into the mix. There is a large selection of Indian dishes and craft beers that complement each other well.