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Mildreds is a casual, vegetarian restaurant in Soho, with an intimate air and popular following. 1950s diner-style Formica furniture and vibrant wall paintings rustle up a relaxed atmosphere. Healthy and wholesome, the inspired variety of international veggie and vegan dishes, in hearty portions, will keep you coming back. The energizing detox salad with chick peas, bean sprouts, organic carrot and raisins is deliciously filling. Veggie burgers are garnished with black olives or white beans. The menu also features rejuvenating juices such as watermelon, pineapple and pear. As lunch hour looms, the restaurant becomes squashed with Soho suits, so takeaway is an advisable option. Two tables are placed on the pavement, where you can catch a little sun.
Tibits is a popular vegetarian and vegan restaurant in Soho that is frequented by celebrities like Bianca Jagger, Ellen Page and more. This chic eatery offers organic and healthy options that are delicious as well. With more than 40 fresh dishes that includes hot and cold platters, salads, soups, desserts and fresh juices, the cuisine is inspired from various food cultures all around the globe. You can have complete control of your calories here as you pay by how much you eat. You will always get to taste something different here as the menu keeps on changing.
Vanilla Black is one of the finest vegetarian restaurants in London. Their sublime dishes will take you through an unforgettable culinary journey which redefines non-meat cuisine. Their contemporary and creative flair is seen in their a la carte and set menus showcasing finesse, technique and presentation. Even meat lovers will delight in their fantastic preparations. If you are looking for an unusual vegetarian fare, then this is the best place in town. Its elegant interiors accentuated by chandeliers and chic furnishings add a romantic touch to this eatery. Reservations are highly recommended.
Manna is the oldest vegetarian restaurant in all of England. The candle-lit atmosphere and simple wooden decor keep the old-world charm alive, while tunes of Bob Dylan help you unwind. The menu reveals a whole new world of vegetarian cuisine, which is quite well-presented by the courteous wait staff. The portions might be a little small, but the quality remains unmatched! The eclectic dishes go well with the unique organic wines that are rarely found elsewhere. You can also try a host of other drinks that include hot beverages, beer, fresh juices, as well as liqueurs, if you're too stuffed for a dessert! Manna makes for a great weekend eatery, where you can leisurely enjoy the Sunday lunch.
Opened in 2004, 222 Veggie Vegan has since then caught the fancy of non meat eaters and is one of the popular vegan and vegetarian restaurants in the city. From the all-you-can-eat lunch buffets to the a la carte dinner menus, the dishes are made from natural and fresh ingredients that are nutritious as well as tasty. Though tiny in size, its high ceiling and lanterns lends it a charming appeal. Drop in for a bite, who knows you might become one of their fans.