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5 Spots To Make The Most Of ‘Eat Out To Help Out’ If You’re Vegetarian Or Vegan

Our pick of five go-to restaurants with excellent vegetarian options taking part in the EOTHO scheme.

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The government’s ‘Eat Out To Help Out’ scheme offers diners a discount of up to £10 per person, excluding booze, when they eat out from Monday to Wednesday throughout August.

Here are five excellent options if you’re vegetarian, vegan, or just enjoy eating good food.

_We’ve got more guides if you want to ‘Eat Out To Help Out’, from the five best pasta restaurants taking part in the scheme and where you can get a full meal for a tenner, to the best places for outdoor dining.-



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Noemi Scavo

Rovi

££££
££££ 59 Wells Street

Although it’s not a totally vegetarian menu Rovi, like all Ottolenghi restaurants, leans heavily on vegetables. The smaller plates are best: a hefty celeriac shawarma, crisp and zesty tempura herbs, and a bowl of hot tomatoes in yoghurt that you’ll want to get all American Beauty with. It’s not cheap, so now’s the time to treat yourself.

Eat Of Eden

££££
VeganCaribbean  in  Brixton
££££ Unit 4 Brixton Village, Coldharbour Lane

The Ital-influenced Caribbean spot in Brixton is entirely vegan and entirely delicious. The £17 Eden platter is a hefty portion for one, ideal for two, that fives you a choice of seven dishes that range from macaroni pie, to chickpea curry, to callaloo.

Gökyüzü Restaurant

££££
££££ 26-27 Grand Parade, Green Lanes

Speak to the right north Londoner about Gökyüzü and you’ll be met with deep breaths and moist eyes. It’s a legendary Turkish restaurant that while not technically the best, is also still the best. The enormous menu covers mezze, pide, and mussaka. As well as menemen up to 4pm.

Persepolis

££££
££££ Peckham High St.

Is that a Wotsit you see before you? Yes, yes it is. And it’s just one of the joys you can get at Persepolis, the Persian-inspired BYOB spot in Peckham. A mezze platter or the tasting menu is the way to go here. It’s affordable, delicious, and there’s a saffron banana split on the menu too.

Mildreds Camden

££££
££££ Jamestown Rd

Mildreds is probably the most go-to vegetarian mini-chain in London. It’s been around since 1988 for good reason. The freshly-made food is consistently tasty - there are curries, dumplings, burgers - and the atmosphere is just always pleasant, you know? It’s a nice place to be and a nice place to eat.

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