Vegan London

So you’ve made it halfway through Veganuary living off avocado toast and limp salads and are craving a meal out with a bit of a bite. Thankfully we’re here to help with our edit of the best Veganuary menus on offer this month, from Greek-style meatballs packed with a punch to four-course Indian-influenced feasts. Read on to get inspired about dining vegan in London.



London Vegan Menus To Sample This Veganuary 



Holy Carrot x Cowspiracy

Knightsbridge’s plant-based restaurant Holy Carrot has teamed up with COWSPIRACY, the American documentary film which made headlines in 2014, to create a Veganuary menu that promotes and raises awareness of a plant-based diet. 

After the success of last year’s collaboration together, they have teamed up again this January to create a ‘meaty’ four-course set menu, all paired alongside a refreshing SAVOIA L’Americano welcome cocktail. 

Dishes include ‘steak tartare’, made with ox heart tomato, crispy crackling, Pommery mustard and cornichons; ‘Shepherd’s Pie’ croquettes with smoked beets, crunchy onion hay, black lentils and thyme sauce; Glazed Doughnut with smoked BBQ mushrooms, harissa and bacon jam and pan gravy; and Pecan Pie with a maple glaze and smoked yoghurt ice cream.



Urban Retreat, 2-4 Hans Crescent, Knightsbridge, SW1X 0LH



The Northall, Corinthia London



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The restaurant between produce and plate is the essence of Corinthia’s in-house restaurant The Northall. Led by award-winning executive chef André Garrett, each season plays to Europe’s culinary strengths, and their vegan menu is no exception. 

Well thought out and intriguing, expect dishes such as Jerusalem artichoke, wild mushroom and pear tartlet; braised heritage carrots with a freekeh and chestnut stew and carrot top pesto; and Valrona dark chocolate ganache, brownie, raspberry carpaccio and fresh raspberries.



Whitehall Place, SW1A 2BD




In need of a good meaty hit without, well, the meat? This Veganuary Bill’s and plant-based brand THIS have teamed up to launch limited-edition vegan brunch, lunch and dinner items. 

Choose from dishes such as the THIS Plant Plate, served with the new THIS Isn’t Streaky Bacon, THIS Isn’t Pork Sausage, roasted plum tomatoes, mushrooms, fried potatoes, scrambled OGGS, baked beans and toast with a spicy sriracha sauce; THIS Isn’t Bacon mac & cheese; and the THIS Isn’t Chicken & Bacon wellington layered with apricot stuffing and wrapped in puff pastry. Yum doesn’t even cut it.



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Modern Greek restaurant, Meraki, famed for its meaty mezze-style dishes has crafted a few new vegan dishes to get you inspired. And if you’re missing the texture and taste of meat, you’ll be glad to know they teamed up with Redefine Meat and have been working hard to create new-meat options all made with entirely plant-based ingredients. 

Choose from the likes of the juicy Redefine ‘lamb’ keftedes, a veganised take on their famed meatballs or Josper ‘Redefine beef fillet’ served with cauliflower, mushroom and chimichurri. 



80-82 Great Titchfield Street, Fitzrovia, W1W 7QT



Wild by Tart

This month sees Wild by Tart team up with award-winning plant-based drinks brand Plenish for a two-week Veganuary pop-up. 

On offer will be a special dessert created by Plenish ambassador, Le Cordon Bleu chef and former Wild by Tart pastry chef, Ravneet Gill. Look forward to a rice pudding made with Plenish almond milk – rich, creamy and delicious.



3-4 Eccleston Place, Belgravia, SW1W 9NF




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Mildreds - vegan london

Inspired by the Vietnamese Lunar New Year, Mildred’s has launched a special menu available during Veganuary. Packed with flavour and colour, the menu features tempeh rice cracker cups with sesame tempeh, carrot pickles, mirabelle plum nuoc cham and peanuts; lemongrass chick’n goi ga with a fragrant salad, pomegranate and pistachio; and char siu mushroom bành mì. 

Tackling Dry January too? Keep your temptations at bay with their exciting mocktail menu, featuring everything from a kumquat iced tea to ha long bay spritz.




Available until 31st January 

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The Richmond Club

The Richmond Club, the award-winning private members’ club located in Richmond, boasts an array of tempting vegan dishes for those who are committed or eager to try something a bit different. 

Menu highlights include the beetroot carpaccio, made with roasted root beets, vegan feta, roasted chestnuts, lamb’s lettuce, and basil and nut dressing; and the winter buddha bowl, a combination of fresh Jerusalem artichokes, roasted lemon cauliflower, sumac aubergine, spinach and green lentils topped with a zingy tahini dressing and pomegranate seeds.



115 – 117 Kew Road, Richmond, TW9 2PN





St Martins Lane

Mum’s visiting but you still want to delight in a special afternoon tea? St Martins Lane have one of the best vegan afternoon tea offerings around. 

All of your favourite afternoon tea treats have been veganised – think Coronation tofu on spinach bread; cucumber and cream cheese roulade in tomato bread; homemade scones with cream cheese and jam; and Queen’s Crown Bakewell tart.

Stop for cocktails too at The Den for a real mum-daughter treat.



45 St Martin’s Lane, Covent Garden, WC2N 4HX




This Veganuary sees Bbar go meat-free offering an exclusive three-course set menu. Priced at £32, it’s available at lunch and dinner Monday to Thursday throughout the month. 

Look forward to dishes such as ‘Chicken’ bao buns with Sriacha mayonnaise; Kohlrabi Schnitzel with skordalia and sweet and spicy Moroccan carrots; and Coconut Panna Cotta with blueberry and raspberry coulis.



43 Buckingham Palace Road,  SW1W 0PP




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The Orchid Lounge, Pan Pacific London



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Veganuary and Lunar New Year celebrations? Count us in. Over at Pan Pacific London, The Orchid Lounge is offering an afternoon tea experience inspired by Diptyque’s orange blossom scent and served in ornate bird cages – and there’s a vegan alternative available on request. 

Vegan and gluten-free savouries include crispy wonton with soba noodles, shiitake mushroom and crispy tofu; and a celeriac bun and peanut butter toast. Plus you can expect plenty of free-from-patisserie options from executive pastry chef Cherish Finden. 




Available from 4th January – 27th March 2023

80 Houndsditch, EC3A 7AB




Tendril, the mostly vegan restaurant, is crowdfunding at the moment to find the perfect permanent space but in the meantime, they have just extended their Regent Street pop-up until the end of January. 

Whether you’re plant-based or are looking for something new to try, they’ll be serving up a selection of their signature dishes, as well as some tasty new options too.

Menu highlights include roasted cauliflower with pickled grapes, moiled and black rice; chipotle mushroom with bbq kale, walnut, crispy potato and gremolata; and vegan tiramisu.



Available until 31st January

5 Princes Street, W1B 2LQ





The Estate Grill, Great Fosters

Fancy a staycation? Nip an hour out of London and book in for an evening at Great Fosters. Set within 50 acres of gardens and ground, the hotel is renowned for its restaurant The Estate Grill and this January head chef Michael Mealey has added two new vegan dishes to the menu. 

Focusing on good quality, local ingredients that can be used creatively, the dishes include wood-fired beetroots with vegan burrata, toasted seeds and pickled walnut; and baked Brice courgette filled with fermented barley and black garlic.



Great Fosters, Stroude Road, Egham, Surrey, TW20 9UR



The Cinnamon Club

Sit amongst the book-lined shelves of the Old Westminster Library this January while you tuck into The Cinnamon Club’s limited-edition four-course feasting menu. Priced at £45 per person, there are plenty of flavour-packed items on offer, from the okra filled with peanut, sesame and jaggery served with green mango chutney; crisp aubergine steak in a Hyderabad-style baby aubergine salan and aubergine pickle; and a dessert of coconut and tapioca phirni and mango and passion fruit jelly.



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Available throughout January 



The Old Westminster Library, 30-32 Great Smith Street, SW1P 3BU



Mosaic, The Westin London City

A hotel dedicated to wellness, The Westin London City is celebrating Veganuary hands-on – and you guessed it, there’s an afternoon tea involved. Accompanied by elegant tea blends from JING Tea or a glass of Taittinger Champagne, the menu features butternut squash, vegan cheese and apple chutney sandwiches; pistachio and raspberry slices; and lemon and strawberry macarons. 

Throughout January, you can also enjoy 25% of all afternoon tea bookings made through



The Westin London City, 60 Upper Thames Street, EC4V 3AD



Rockwell, The Trafalgar St. James

If you’re missing taste of meat and can’t bat the cravings away, Rockwell at the Trafalgar St. James hotel has introduced a rather convincing dish to their menu. The Vegan ‘Redefine Steak’ Tagliata, a vegan take on the classic meat cut served with rocky salad, campari and balsamic glaze.



2 Spring Gardens, Trafalgar Square, SW1A 2TS



The Perception Bar, W London

Vegan or not, you can’t help but be tempted by The Perception Bar’s Veganuary specials. Go all out and order for the table the curried tofu scramble with lightly spiced tomato chutney and sourdough; pumpkin, vegan feta bon-bons with tender stem broccoli and piquillo pepper sauce; aubergine steak with golden raisin, capers, wilted spinach and piquillo pepper sauce; and the pulled BBQ jackfruit burger with grilled pineapple, vegan slaw and herb fries. 

Save room for pudding and try their melt-in-the-mouth vegan chocolate brownie slathered with coconut ice cream and choccy sauce.



10 Wardour Street, W1D 6QF



Sloane Place & The Sloane Club

Crafted by executive chef Bernhard Mayer and head chef Maryono Maryono, Sloane Place and The Sloane Club have taken their vegan antics up a notch. 

Head over to the Chelsea spots this month and look forward to dishes such as dressed jackfruit cocktail with avocado, mango salsa and soda bread; crispy spicy cauliflower with baby spinach, toasted cashew and pomegranate; and caramelised pineapple carpaccio with mango sorbet and spice coconut crumble. 



60 Lower Sloane Street, Chelsea, SW1W 8Bp



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Lucky Voice

With vegan options available on the menu at every Lucky Voice venue, you can look forward to singing your heart out while tucking into vegan pizzas and small plates. 

The English Grill, Ruben’s Hotel

The a la carte menu is packed with dishes such as Salt Baked Celeriac with compress apple, grilled ceps and apple reduction; grilled butternut squash served with tenderstem broccoli and barbecued wild mushrooms; and caramelised apple and toasted hazelnut, chocolate tart and vanilla ice cream.

The London Cabaret Club

Wanting something a little different? London Cabaret Club offers an array of vegan options for their sell-out immersive dining-cabaret shows.

Sanderson London Hotel

Sanderson may cater for vegans year-round, but it’s January where they really celebrate them to the max. Their menus are staked with options, from vegan gyozas and sushi to egg-free pasta dishes and plenty of desserts to go around.




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Traditional Japanese restaurant celebration the tradition of charcoal cooking, Robata offers a host of veg-forward dishes, from miso aubergine to king oyster mushroom skewers.

Home House

Executive chef Robert has been busy crafting new vegan and vegetarian dishes since joining in summer 2022, offering dishes such as tandoori masala baked cauliflower served with semi-dried tomatoes, coriander, mint chutney, walnuts and caper salsa.

Eastway Brasserie

Looking for something lighter? Select from Eastway Brasserie’s vegan options, including vegetable pakoras with  butternut squash, tomato chutney and coconut yogurt; Eastway veggie wrap with black bean, avo, cabbage and jalapenos; and wholehweat pasta and mushroom on toast.

Hans’ Bar & Grill, 11 Cadogan Gardens

Having recently launched a new menu thought up by their new talented head chef, expect plant-based options such as heritage beetroot and white bean burger; pearl barley and butternut risotto; and cauliflower wings.



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