One of my favourite things about London was the popularity of Vegan eats. Here are some of my favourites:
Cookies and Scream (website)
Vegan and gluten-free bakery.
Hosts the best brownie I have ever eaten.
Their Chewy Wookie Bars are also delicious - almost too big to take a bite out of, a great vegan version of Hedgehog Slice.
If you want to find a giant vegan cookie, this is your place, too.
Whilst I wasn't particularly impressed with their chocolate chip cookies, their ginger cookie provided a delicious sweet-spiced hit.
Next time: I'll try their vegan donuts!!
Ruby Tuesdays (website)
Hosts the best double chocolate muffin I have ever eaten.
Ruby's cakes, which you can buy by the slice, are divine. I tried her Chocolate and Strawberry Gateaux and it gave me that warm-fuzzy feeling that only cake can!
My brother says her carrot cakes are spot on, and I particularly liked her chocolate, coconut and raspberry cupcake!
Next time: I'll try her Chai Spiced Choc-Chip cupcake!
45 Lexington St, Soho, London
I have blabbed and blabbed about Mildred's.
Hosts the best vegan meals I have ever eaten.
Brick Lane Market (Sundays)
Hosts the best Ethiopian food I have ever eaten.
I don't know what the stall is called. I have no pictures. All I know is: when you go to London you must find this place!!!
After my first lunch there I made a day of the markets so I could go back for dinner. I then returned to the markets just to find this food on my last day in London. Go there. Now.
Piccadilly Circus and Kensington High Street (and many other locations)
A supermarket designed for lovers of food.
Their Banoffee Pie (in a tub) is a fantastic vegan dessert, and while many of their products are not vegan - they have a fantastic range of cheeses, and meats, and anything else you can imagine - they have a great range.
I found vegan and soy-free iceream that was delicious.
I found vegan chocolates in their chocolate counter. I found cookbooks. I found amazing breads, and a great range of vegetables, and nuts and seeds and oh my..
My sister-in-law and I both admitted to popping in to pick up some milk and spending a whole hour in there just browsing their shelves.
If you possibly can, find the time to visit these places. They could not let you down.