Vegan Vibes, Greenwich

Vegan Vibes, Greenwich

If you’re local to Greenwich then you’ll know that the indoor market (which dates back to 1737) has been pretty vegan-friendly of late (as all of 2018 in general – yay!). Therefore it made total sense for the next vegan night market – Vegan Vibes (hosted by Plant Bass LDN) to appear here.

As well as vegan food there are also stalls with other vegan products, music and cocktails and beer. Some of the food stalls are already regularly at the original market but this is perfect for me as I very rarely get down that way, apart from my last two visits specifically to soak up some vegan vibes 🙂

P1320426 { The Green Grill VDwag}


P1330984{ Black Milq }

P1330988 {The Nooch }

P1330992 { I am Nut Ok }

P1330999 { Pig Out }

P1340013{ Shakey Shakey deep fried oreo *that’s what she said* }

As always I go with the mindset to try something new and there were a good few stalls I’d never tried before (which is a common occurrence these days!), but on both occasions I have managed to leave with the Little Leaf potato pizza – I’m not even sorry!!



And I just had to have a Greedy Khao as it had been so long since my last fix. I even watched their Million Pound Menu episode beforehand to really build up my appetite.


Definitely that whole positive vegan vibe going on here ✌ and this market is particularly family friendly. There is limited seating (we usually end up sitting on the astroturf) and be sure to get there early to avoid the queues for food.

Check out for their facebook page for more details of their next even in October.



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