85 "Vegetarians" restaurants in London.
Tofu Vegan is a big and bustling Chinese vegan restaurant on Upper Street making excellent homemade tofu alongside mock meats, dim sum, and more.
Numara Bos Cirrik II is a reliably delicious old school Turkish ocakbasi restaurant that’s the sibling to Cirrik in Dalston.
Imad’s Syrian Kitchen is a delicious Syrian spot in Soho with delicious sharing dishes like falafel, fattet macdous, and more.
Pilpel is a reliable and delicious falafel counter in Spitalfields Market with other branches in and around the City.
Falafel Hut is a little falafel shop in Shepherd’s Bush Market making messy, delicious, aubergine-packed falafel pittas for under a fiver.
A Nepalese restaurant in Balham that’s loved by locals. Head here for tasty, aromatic meat and seafood dishes.
Eat Vietnam is a superb neighbourhood Vietnamese restaurant offering specialities off the grill, pho, bun, and more for big groups and big appetites.
Viet Anh Pho is a neighbourhood Vietnamese restaurant in Deptford that suits a quick and excellent value banh mi as it does a casual midweek meal.
Auntie Banh Mi is a Laotian banh mi pop-up making some London’s best and most fiery banh mi.
Balady is a classic Israeli restaurant in Temple Fortune specialising in delicious sabich, legendary falafel and pita to stock your freezer with.
Oren is a low-lit and lowkey eastern Mediterranean spot in Dalston perfect for when you want a bit of this and a bit of that.
Attawa is a modern Punjabi restaurant in Dalston with a delicious array of branded breads, karis, and must-order dhaal.
Mangal II is a classic Turkish restaurant that’s doing things a bit differently. With superb grilled meats, sourdough pide, natural wines, and more.
Antepliler is a go-to Turkish spot on Green Lanes Grand Parade. Swing by for a lahmacun or sit down, settle down, and fill your table.
A West African restaurant in Brixton Village, Chishuru is creating the kind of food you won’t forget.