Next up for Tom Kerridge in London, following Kerridge's Bar and Grill, will be a very different type of venture. This time he's teaming up with Mark Emms to create Bad Vegan, which will be coming to the top floor of Camden's Buck Street Market.
The "bad" part of the name comes from the fact that although the menu will be predominantly vegan - they will actually have non-vegan sides and
If you're taking the vegan plunge for the month (and maybe longer) - here's our roundup of the latest vegan specials available for collection or delivery.
London's Charlotte Street is seeing a very European takeover this month as Herman Ze German makes way for an Italian import. Flower Burger originated in Milan five years ago where its oh-so-Instafriendly colourful vegan burgers were an instant hit. Since then, they've expanded across France and Italy and Fitzrovia will be their first London opening.
Using natural extracts like
After the launch of their vegan 'butcher' (which has proven to be very popular indeed), Rudy's are also getting ready to bring their vegan diner to Islington (when restaurants open up again).
It'll be right next door to their butcher shop, on Islington's Upper Street. As with the original diner in Camden, you can expect a vegan spin to American diner classics,
Coming from the same team as London's top tier pizzeria Santa Maria, this new vegan pizzeria is great news for London's veggie crowd.
During COVID times, the dawn of the DIY meal kit - particularly those centred around a signature dish - has been something of a godsend. One of the most popular has been Dishoom's Bacon Naan Kit.
Now they've launched a vegan alternative - the Vegan Sausage Naan Roll Kit.
The sausages themselves are Dishoom's vegan sausages, developed by
They already have a vegan diner in Camden - but in uncertain times, Rudy's have also branched into the "butchery" business in Islington - vegan butchery of course. They've taken over the site on the corner of Islington Park Street and Upper Street that was previously Burger Lux.
If you're wondering what exactly does a vegan butcher mean in practice? Well, you'll be able to stock up on some of their vegan
They already had a successful stint at (now closed) Counter Culture in Clapham, but now Alter from Andy Hogben (previously Dabbous, Som Saa and Kym's) is kicking off a new six-month residency in Aldgate's Leman Locke aparthotel. The vegan residency will be setting up there for six
Kicking off this week, vegan Londoners have a new burger to try. Shake Shack are unveiling their first ever vegan burger in the UK on Tuesday and they're hoping it'll hit the sweet spot with those on a plant-based diet..
The Vegan ShackBurger is billed as a twist on the classic ShackBurger. The patty itself is stuffed with vegetables, grains and herbs including kale, quinoa, sweet potatoes. That's then topped with vegan cheese,
Now properly back in business, Soho's Sun and 13 Cantons is continuing its series of very interesting pop-ups (they hosted Darjeeling Express before Asma Khan opened their first restaurant) with its next - Tendril. This was actually due to start in late March but, well we all know what happened then. So now things are ready to properly kick off again.
It comes from Rishim Sachdeva, previously at Chiltern Firehouse, Almeida and The Dairy
Fancy getting a taste of Shoreditch but aren't quite ready to go on public transport yet? Then the replacement that's taking over the old American Car Wash site might be for you. For six days, it's going to be taken over by Meatless Farm to create the M*** F*** Drive-Thru.
It is - more or less - exactly as it sounds, but the drive-thru also has a lane for pedestrians, e-scooters and bicycles. And if you
Neat Burger, the plant-based burger chain that's backed by Lewis Hamilton, is growing. They already had a restaurant in Mayfair, but now they've just expanded to Camden Market too, which opened this week.
The food is all based around their own plant-based pattie, with burgers including:
After pop-ups and residencies across London, Club Mexicana are bringing their vegan Mexican food to Kingly Court.
A new vegan pop-up is on the way for August. it's a team-up between By Chloe (vegan fast food) and Club Cultured who are all about fermentation and tempeh - a traditional Indonesian plant-based protein made from fermented soybeans.
They'll be popping up in Clapham (in the space which once held Kerbisher & Malt and The Mayfair Chippy) with a completely plant-based menu of brand
Pret may be having some difficulties at the moment, with fewer workers in the office, but the Veggie Prets continue to be very popular. And they're moving to the next stage of development with the launch of an all-vegan bakery counter. Making it all-vegan means that they're also launching lots of new pastries.
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