Running out of options during Veganuary? Don’t despair, check out these restaurants instead

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  • January 19, 2023
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Doing Veganuary, but can’t be bothered to cook? You’re in luck.

If you’re after something spicy or itching for a healthier option, there truly are some wonderful vegan restaurants out there.

From Mildred’s in London’s Soho to Seeds For The Soul in Edinburgh, check out our top picks below.

Mildreds, Soho, London

Opened in 1988 as a vegetarian restaurant, today Mildreds is 100 per cent plant-based and has branches in Camden, Dalston, King’s Cross and Covent Garden. Menus feature everything from spinach gyoza to Sri Lankan coconut curry.

Doner Summer, Leeds

If you’re craving vegan junk food, this is where to come for massive kebabs stuffed with the likes of garlic chilli ‘chicken’, pickles, cabbage, cucumber, tomato and plenty of hot sauce. There’s also ‘buttermylk’ fried ‘chik’n’.

Unity Diner, Spitalfields, London

Unity Diner was founded in 2018 by a group of friends, including vegan author Ed Winters. All profits go towards running its animal rescue centre, Surge Sanctuary. You’ll find the likes of ‘tofish’ and chips, and vegan cheese ‘burgers’.

Seeds For The Soul, Edinburgh

Using ingredients such as vegan cheese, plant-based milks, spirulina, matcha and turmeric, Seeds For The Soul promise to make vegan food that nurtures body and soul. You’ll find tasty dishes such as the satay bowl with pan-fried tofu.

The Vibe, Liverpool

If it’s a spot of excellent brunch you’re after, The Vibe in L1 isa laid-back, dog-friendly, plant-based café serving vegan full English breakfasts. Stay for lunch, where you can tuck into ‘shroom gyros, jackfruit nachos or a coronation cauli wrap.

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