Vegan Options Nationwide

Bagel Factory Visit website

Takeaway bagels
What to have: Any bagel but the cheese with houmous, guacamole or portabella mushroom filling.

Bake-a-boo (London only) Visit website

Bake shop and tea room with a vast array allergy free cakes some of which luckily for us are Vegan!
What to have: Check out our review here.

Cafe Mana (London only)  Visit website

Salads, soups and sushi
What to have: Contact them directly or ask them in store for options.

Chilango  Visit website

Fresh Mexican cuisine.
What to have: Vegan burrito of course!

Crussh (London only) Visit website

Juice bar that also serves soups and other takeaway food.
What to have: Watch out for the labelling (v) for vegetarian and (df) for dairy free does not necessarily mean vegan!

Eat Visit website

Handmade sandwich shop
What to have: They have in the past had one vegan option but contact them directly as they update their menu periodically.

Fresh! (Boots, Tesco, Sainsbury’s) Visit website

Organic sandwich company. Please refer to their website for other stockists.
What to have: Old Smokey Sandwich (also available wheat free) but check their website for their full range and any new products.

Giraffe Visit website

Restaurant serving flavours of the world
What to have: They have had several vegan options in the past but contact them directly as they update the menu periodically.

Gourmet Burger Kitchen Visit website

New Zealand alternative to the ‘fast food’ burger
What to have: They have had several vegan options in the past but contact them directly as they update the menu periodically.

Hummus Bros (W1F, WC1B, EC2V) Visit website

This is a chain accross London that specialises in hummus dishes (hot & cold).  Everything without meat is vegan.
What to have: Either the mushrooms or fava beans.  All dishes come with pita bread and if you go with a friend you can try some of theirs too!

Itsu Visit website

Healthy and happy Japanese
What to have: Their vegetable dishes can be made vegetarian and vegan, but as their menu does change  periodically contact them directly.

Leon Visit website

A good one to take any meat eating friends not quite ready for a full blown veggie meal – their meat and eggs are outdoor reared or free range, not as good as organic but it’s a start! It’s also all seasonal.
What to have: Contact them directly as they update their menu periodically.

Le Pain Quotidien Visit website

Elegant boulangerie fare made with organic ingredients whenever possible.
What to have: All vegan items clearly marked on their menu AND they have a vegan muffin.

Luardo’s (London only) Visit website

Yummy burritos
What to have: vegan burrito!

McDonald’s Visit website

Probably not the first choice for any vegan, but if you really are stuck even they have some options
What to have: Refer to their website for full allergen details.

Mestizo (London only) Visit website

Authentic Mexican cuisine
What to have: They have a seperate vegan menu on request.

Otto Pizza (London only) Visit website

All the vegan ‘cheeses’ are made from scratch, finally somewhere to get a proper vegan pizza!
What to have: Check out the specials they always have one vegan option.

Ping Pong Visit website

Dim dum is Cantonese for ‘heart’s delight’ Mitsu would definitely agree with that it being her favorite restuarant!
What to have: Usually the whole vegetarian menu is also vegan, but it’s a good idea to check with the staff as they use seasonal ingredients so the menu changes regularly.

Pizza Express Visit website

Italian pizza restaurant
What to have: Order pizza without cheese as the bases are vegan, go to their website for other items on the menu (the bases are specified as suitable for vegans under the faq section where there is also a link to the allergen info).

Pizza Hut Visit website

American pizza restaurant
What to have: Order pizza without cheese as some of their bases are vegan, for other items on the menu go to their website.

Planet Organic (London only) Visit website

Organic supermarket stocking food, bodycare products and also raw items.
What to have:

POD (London only) Visit website

Healthy, seasonal fast food with compostable packaging
What to have: Check their website for the latest menu, vegan items are specified.

Saki (London only) Visit website

Bar and food emporium dedicated to Japanese food, drink and culture
What to have: No menu is available online as they use seasonal ingredients but ask about their Shojin (vegetarian & vegan ‘temple food’ developed by Buddhist monks in Kyoto) dishes when booking.

Subway Visit website

Freshly made submarine sandwiches
What to have: Veggie Delight (no cheese) on Italian bread with sweet onion dressing. The Veggie Patty is not vegan and contains egg.

The Flying Burrito (London only) Visit website

Fresh Mexican inspired food
What to have: Contact them directly or ask them in store for options.

Tortilla (London only) Visit website

Mexican grill
What to have: Contact them directly or ask them in store for options.

Tossed (London only) Visit website

Salad bar
What to have: Contact them directly or ask them in store for options.

Wagamama Visit website

Japanese food canteen style
What to have: Yasai Chilli men, go to their website for a full vegan list.

Wahaca (London only) Visit website

Mexican market eating
What to have: They have had several vegan options in the past but contact them directly as they update the menu periodically.

West Cornwall Pasty Company Visit website

Cornish pasties
What to have: They have one vegan pasty option, but it is not available in all branches.

Whole Foods Market (Fresh & Wild) (London only) Visit website

Natural and organic supermarket
What to have: Check the fridges for on the go vegan options.

Wrap It Up (London only) Visit website

Wraps from around the world.
What to have: Contact them directly or ask them in store for options.

Yo Sushi! Visit website

Conveyor-belt sushi restaurant
What to have: You will not be able to take nigiri and maki straight off the belt, request the vegetarian items be made vegan as some contain egg, and they also use mayo on their gloves to stop the rice from sticking. Contact them directly for a full list as other items on the menu are also vegan.

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