Best Vegan Brunch Spots in London

Access to good quality, delicious vegan food has steadily increased over the years, with London leading the way in producing some of the finest plant-based eateries in the country.

If you’re searching for tasty vegan food to start your day off right, we’ve picked out some of the best vegan brunch places to visit in the capital this year. 

The Gallery Café, Bethnal Green 

Tucked below St Margaret’s House in Bethnal Green, The Gallery Café is a well-loved and adored vegan brunch spot that has been around since 1996! The place is non-profit, strives to promote positive social change for the local community and has become a haven for vegans, LGBTQ+ communities, and art lovers. 

You will be left spoilt for choice when perusing the menu. Whether you’re looking for something light and healthy to kick off the day or something heartier, The Gallery Café has something to appease all appetites. 

Farmacy, Notting Hill

Situated in Notting Hill’s Westbourne Grove, Farmacy is a great spot if you’re looking for a healthy and nutritious vegan brunch. Sample their creative culinary combos, such as a plant-based benedict on gluten-free waffles or their tasty jackfruit loaded tacos – you won’t be disappointed!

The trendy, bohemian interior adds to the café’s charm, and with one of the most varied vegan menus you can find, it’s no surprise that it’s become a cult classic for plant-based foodies in recent years.

WAVE, Hackney

WAVE stands for We Are Vegan Everything, so of course, their menu is entirely vegan. 

Located in Hackney Central, WAVE, is an adorable little restaurant. The place is decorated with plants and aesthetic features, such as a swinging hammock chair - perfect for those who love a good Instagram photo opportunity as they dine. 

The food, however, is the real highlight, with a wide variety of delicious items that truly hit the spot. Try their “save the salmon” bagel where the salmon is replaced with mouth-watering marinated carrots or a mushroom roll with a side of scrambled tofu. For sweet-toothed vegans, there’s an array of items to feast on, from a salted caramel banana bowl to a stack of apple crumble pancakes.


Mildreds, Covent Garden

A vegan institution in London, Mildreds has four hugely popular restaurants throughout the capital. Our pick is the one based in Covent Garden - its beautiful interior and artsy décor are the perfect accompaniment to the deliciously unique menu. 

Mildreds serves up dishes inspired by the cuisines of India, Turkey, Korea, Thailand, South America, Los Angeles and many more. Try the chilaquiles (a traditional Mexican breakfast dish) or a ‘kimcheeze’ toastie.

Café Van Gogh, Brixton 

This community-run non-profit restaurant is a favourite amongst vegans and is, you guessed it, named after the artist Vincent van Gogh, who once lived nearby.

The artsy décor consisting of thrifted furniture, plants, books, and paintings (including a Starry Night mural) creates a unique atmosphere that adds to your dining experience. 

The menu offers some scrumptious breakfast items, such as a classic vegan full English and a warming aubergine and red pepper shakshuka served with marinated crispy tofu and flatbread. 

The Gate, Marylebone

The Gate restaurant in Marylebone is known to have helped pioneer vegan and vegetarian food in London, and for good reason. Their food is highly popular in the vegan community, and whilst the menu may be on the smaller side compared to other brunch spots, the dishes are just as mouth-wateringly delicious. 

Kickstart your day with avocado toast, banana & berry pancakes, or a traditional full English. Whatever you choose, you won’t be disappointed! 

Miranda, Crouch End

Miranda has become a staple for vegans in London, offering a delicious breakfast menu with a slight Latin influence. 

From eggs rancheros, made with vegan eggs and cheeze, and tasty jam-packed breakfast burritos, to Mexican style avocado on toast, and corncake pancakes, there is something for everyone.

Living in London is a vegan’s dream, with amazing plant-based eateries on almost every corner. 

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