Veganuary? Our pick of the very best vegan dishes.
Vegan dishes that are not just for January, but it's a good start! We've picked our favourite meat free beauties you'll find in the market all year round.
1. Real Greek
The Real Greek’s menu designed by Michelin star Greek Chef, Nikos Karathanos, offers a selection of our best vegan recipes and some new specials!
They include delicious dishes such as Vegan Tzatziki – cool tangy Soya yoghurt with cucumber, gherkin and garlic, Eatplanted Vegan ‘Chicken’ Monastiraki – pea protein “chicken”, marinated with herbs and served with vegan Tzatziki, Eatplated Vegan Pulled ‘Pork’ – pea protein “pulled pork” topped with a Padron pepper and served on a bed of tahini sauce and Cauliflower Yahni – cauliflower florets in tomato sauce, served in a bed of herby cauliflower rice.
Choose between Flatbread or Crudités, a Greek dip, a Hot Meze and a Side for £11.95 and have a great Veganuary!
Your favourite kebab but vegan. Enjoy the delicious taste of spicy-roasted aubergine with peanut pesto and vegan mayo.
Btw, Le bab is planting a tree for every vegan kebab sold!
Don’t forget to also try the silkiest hummus in London served with peanut curry pesto and flatbread.
Swap your chicken curry for the potato samosas in a bun, trust us. Chances are this vegan dish will be your new regular go to lunch. And yes, your favourite chilli fries are vegan too.
Have you tried the vegan version of your favourite roti? You won’t regret it. The perfect combination of flavours in a filling and colourful bowl is not to be missed when eating in the Market. Made fresh in front of your eyes, you will love this Sri Lankan dish.
Not sure what to choose in our fully vegan Ethiopian stall? How about you go for a little bit of everything. Merkamo’s special is a great option if you want to try it all – couscous, rice, sorghum seeds, lentils, okra, injera and much more.
Good news – going vegan doesn’t mean missing dessert. Roxyrara Cakes’s vegan cupcakes are super delicious and come in many different flavours including vanilla, Biscoff, Oreo or double chocolate. To celebrate Veganuary, they offer a box of six vegan cupcakes for only £15 instead of regular £22 so don’t miss it.
Yes, Poke House is the place to go not only during Veganuary. Try their signature vegan bowl with quinoa or kale, vegan nuggets, chickpeas, carrot, avocado and more or simply create your own vegan bowl of yumminess.
There is no need to introduce Yum Bun’s vegan options. Their tofu and mushroom buns are legendary. Just ask for them to be upgraded from veggie to vegan. You won’t miss anything and you will come back for more, trust us.
Vegans were never left behind in Humble Crumble. All their fruit bases are fully vegan by default and you can choose home-made vegan crumble and vegan custard. Rumour has it their vegan custard is even better than the regular one.
Dumpling Shack’s little brother’s menu is full of vegan options. Why not to try their famous aubergine hand pulled noodles, spicy vegan wontons and a vegan snack – crispy wontons or potato skewers with secret seasoning mix.
Jackfruit is a great vegan option and it tastes just perfect in Guasa’s signature arepas. Covered in juicy teriyaki sauce, with vegetables and baked tomatoes with fine herbs and toasted sesame seeds, this is the ultimate comfort lunch. And don’t forget, the crispy cassava fries with hot sauce are vegan too.