Q:Hi Luke! I am so glad I started following you. I've lived in London for almost a year and I just recently became a vegan. Your blog has helped me so much!!! I have so many options when I want to go out now. You're the best :)
Thank you for your kind words! I’m discovering more and more places which I’m going to share with you and my followers! Luke :)
Yesterday I went to @Vantialondon / @Vitaolondon for lunch today!
Located on Oxford street in London (very close to Tottenham court road start tube)
This place is fully vegan and I would say is similar to Tibits on Regent Street in the way you weigh your plate once you’ve dished up. They have boxes available to fill at around £5.00 too so if you want to grab a box in a rush you can!
I managed to sit in and have lunch and this place has a very organic feel with the wooden seating!
25-27 Oxford street, W1D 2DW.
Q:so so happy I found this blog, it's a great resource for London vegans, so thank you! I was wondering if you know any place that sells almond breeze milk here? I've seen alpro almond and Eco mil almond but not almond breeze hmm
Your welcome Hanuta :) I’ve seen almond breeze in Whole Foods and Holland and Barrett. Apart from those online seems to be the only place.
Unless any of my wonderful followers know of anywhere ???
Vegan friendly store - Harvest - Dalston Kingsland, London
Since moving to east London recently I’ve walked passed this place a few times and today I managed to go in. Harvest is like a mixture of Holland & Barrett and Whole foods not a huge selection of fruit and veg but vegan friendly products and cold and frozen section. You will also see a cafè which you can but vegan friendly cakes and other sandwiches. Overall a good place a bit on the expensive side but everyone has a day when they wanna spend spend spend so may wait till then.
I managed to pick up some cake, I’ve cream wafers as I’ve been dying to find some and I haven’t got the dollar to afford the import cost from the USA so I was very happy to find these.