Vegan Pizza Day in London! UPDATED
UPDATE: we’ve got the specifics on the karma free pizza deal! on saturday june 30th, they’ll be offering a regular vegan pizza with a portion of garlic bread for a tenner. that’s a steal! thanks fat gay vegan for the info in the comments!
don’t let living on the other side of the pond stop you from honoring vegan pizza day! of course you an can always make your own animal-free pie at home, but now londoners can also get in on the restaurant fun, as karma free pizza in harrow announced on facebook yesterday that they will be partaking in the vegan pizza day celebrations on june 30th.
i’ve never been to karma free pizza, but from what i can gather, they’re the only pizzeria in london offering cheezly pizza on a regular basis. have you guys had cheezly? it’s fantastic! plus karma free has gained a favorable review (which includes multiple pizza, garlic bread, and dough ball photos!) from the respectable UK blog to happy vegans.
pictured above is the vegan cosmic explosion pizza as seen on to happy vegans.
just a few pictures from our last visit to my absolute favorite restaurant in london: manna.
when it comes to vegan food, it doesn’t get better than this!
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amico bio in london
i love, love, love amico bio in london. it’s an all vegetarian italian restaurant with plenty of vegan options, and the ambiance and food are both lovely.
homemade focaccia bread, gaeta olives and extra virgin olive oil.
pan fried polenta with mixed mushrooms.
seitan and vegetable wrap.
fusilli pasta with artichoke.
perrini organic wine.
although amico bio is a nice classy restaurant, everything is moderately priced. entrees are between ₤7-8 each. a must visit!
breakfast at mildred’s in london
the vegan mildred’s breakfast:
homemade baked beans, mushrooms, spinach, tomatoes, “facon” rashers, sausage, and toast.
best english breakfast i’ve ever had.
british curry: before & after
vegan breakfast in london
one of the best places to get a vegan breakfast in london is inspiral lounge in camden. there’s nothing traditional about this little restaurant’s take on the “traditional” english breakfast—-in fact their version is quite extraordinary!
a british breakfast consisting of meat, beans, potatoes, and toast is usually called a “fry up”—-yet inspiral refers to their healthy animal-free version as a “bake up”, which is quite fitting!
this breakfast was so good, i ate it three times in one week, and even that wasn’t enough. for a mere ₤6.45 it comes with scrambled tofu, homemade veggie sausage, grilled tomatoes, mushrooms, hash browns, homemade baked beans, and toast! the whole plate is amazing, but the stand outs are definitely the beans and sausage.
beware: inspiral can be inconsistent, not in the quality, but in the quantity of certain items. depending on when you go, they may be out of something…but they’re always happy to give you extra of something else.
more bad news: service is slow and the wifi situation is absolutely bonkers (you have to go through a code obstacle course to get connected—-just ask for the password and you’ll see what i mean; it’s a trip!), but overall this place gets a solid A in my book.
definitely one of the best vegan breakfasts in london. served from 9am-11:30am daily.
oh, and please note this place seems entirely vegan, and the food is, but they use dairy milk in coffee. bastards!
vegan sausage rolls at beatroot in london. if i had a “global bucket list” of restaurant items that everyone should try, these would be on it. the restaurant works kinda like a buffet—-you have the option to buy a small, medium or large box and the staff fills it for you with whatever you like. everything at the restaurant is vegan, except for two dishes that contain dairy. they have loads of nice items including shepherd’s pie, stew and curry. i ask for extra sausage rolls every time, and i can never get enough!
red wine + ms cupcake vegan sausage rolls from ssov in london = the perfect paris hotel room meal.
insane ferrero rocher cupcake from ms cupcake in brixton. i have heard great things about this all vegan cupcake vendor in london, and my expectations were definitely exceeded. if you’re ever in town, add ms cupcake to your “must visit” list. her shop is super close to the tube station, the staff is friendly, and the treats are delicious.
all you can eat buffet at indian veg bhelpoori house in islington for just £4.50. all but one of the dishes are vegan. amazing food at an amazing price. i filled up on brown rice, bean curry, yellow lentils, fried thingies and salads.
222 veggie vegan is definitely one of my favorite restaurants in london. they offer a vegan lunch buffet daily from noon-3:30pm for £7.50, which seems to get better with each visit. today i filled up on a load of brown rice, creamy chickpea curry, salads, the best lasagne i’ve ever had (seriously!), and tofu quiche.