Vegetarians

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8.8
Heidi Lauth Beasley
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8.7
Oliver Feldman
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8.7

Zeret Kitchen

Jake Missing
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8.6

Koya City

Heidi Lauth Beasley
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8.5

Mangal II

Jake Missing

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7.4

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Miznon

Miznon is a hyped Israeli pita restaurant in Soho that mostly lives up to the fanfare for a quick lunch or a sit-down meal.

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7.9

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La Pizzica

A charming Italian restaurant in Fulham serving terrific Apulian classics in a casual dining room.

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Yucca

A lively Tex-Mex restaurant in Fulham with brightly painted walls and excellent fish tacos.

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7.6

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Pappa Ciccia

A homely Italian restaurant on Fulham High Street making some pretty great pizza.

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7.5

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Chai Thali

An Indian street food spot in Fulham serving tasty classics in a casual dining room.

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Ta'mini Lebanese Bakery

A Lebanese bakery in Fulham making top-notch pastries and brunch.

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7.9

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Gola

An Italian restaurant on Fulham Road serving some excellent pizza and traditional Puglian dishes.

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8.3

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Zephyr

A Greek-inspired restaurant on Portobello Road with a chilled-out atmosphere that'll make you feel like you're on holiday.

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8.4

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The Tamil Prince

A lovely southern Indian restaurant in a former pub, The Tamil Prince is a local that everyone, not just Islington residents, should be seeking out.

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8.1

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B Street Deli

From flowers on sale by the door to perfect pistachio canelé, Bermondsey's B Street might just be London's most charming deli.

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LDN Guide

The Best Restaurants For Vegetarians In London

Where to eat when you want more vegetarian options than a side order of salad.

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8.2

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Manna

An American burger and fried chicken spot serving excellent hot chicken burgers inside Oxford Street's Arcade Food Hall.

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8.4

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Acme Fire Cult

If you’re in the market for a buzzing covered terrace, expert vegetarian small plates, and big barbecue dishes, then Dalston’s Acme Fire Cult is where you want to be.

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LDN Review

Tatale

A relaxed but decidedly cool pan-African restaurant in Southwark, Tatale is perfect for mates, dates, and any other occasion where Star beers and black eyed bean stew just makes sense.

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Fortitude Bakehouse

A small bakery in Russell Square where you can get some seriously good morning pastries and sourdough cakes.

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Wowshee Falafel Bar

An Egyptian falafel bar in Berwick Street Market making huge, falafel-stuffed pittas.

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8.0

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Hawker's Kitchen

A tiny spot with a big menu, Hawker's Kitchen in King's Cross serves excellent Malaysian specialties like roti, dosa, and more.

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The Cheeky Pea

A small cafe in Kingston serving Middle Eastern-inspired lunches with great vegetarian and vegan options.

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8.5

LDN Review

Paradise

This tiny Sri Lankan spot in Soho serves excellent sharing plates.

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Where To Eat Near Regent’s Park

Because you can do better than a meal deal on Primrose Hill.