Get into Veganuary in 2020 with these London dishes and events!

Are you taking part in Veganuary this year?

Veganism continues to be one of the largest growing lifestyle movements, with overwhelming research into the health benefits of a plant based diet, alongside the environmental effects and impacts which are converting even the meatiest of eaters.

Us Londoners are surrounded by food, and it means even more great Vegan and veggie options if you’re taking part in the month long celebration.

We’ve rounded up some of the experimental vegan options available in London this January! Enjoy.

Vegan CBD Pizzas at Lost Boys Pizza

High Priestess is the entirely new vegan menu from Lost Boys Pizza. The new menu will comprise customisable CBD infused vegan pizzas and small plates with a range of dedicated vegan dips, alongside spellbinding CBD cocktail serves.

Super-natural tarot inspired pizzas will combine fresh, delicious toppings with a crisp, charcoal bases alongside fiery, fruity and flavourful dips. Diners can enjoy a selection of small but mighty vegan plates such as buffalo cauliflower wings with vegan blue cheese dip, or chips with a smoky, Mezcal guacamole.

Visit Lost Boys Pizza, 245 Eversholt St, London NW1 1BA

Vegan Nights, Shoreditch

Vegan Nights returns with the first event of 2020 on Thursday 30th January 2020. It’ll be their first one one 2020 celebrating Veganuary and encouraging you to go vegan beyond the month of January!

Expect more of the warm Vegan Nights vibes, an incredible food selection and celebrating what it is to live a plant-based lifestyle.

This is the destination to socialize, explore the best in plant-based snackery, and party up with our selection of DJs playing the very best in reggae, roots, bashment, grime, house and party classics!

Visit Vegan Nights, 93 Feet East, 150 Brick Lane, London, E1 6QL. Get tickets here.

Vegan Gyros and Souvlaki at The Athenian

The vegan menu at The Athenian draws on Greece’s healthy eating traditions and abundant fresh produce from its stunning natural landscape to create authentic vegan and vegetarian street food specialities.

The vegan gyros combine seitan marinated in herbs, lemon juice and olive oil served with vegan Athenian sauce and oregano flecked fries. Other vegan treats include flourless brownie, tomato croquettes or courgette fritters generously drizzled with an array of plant-based sauces.

Visit The Athenian across London, find your local here.

Vegan dishes Kaspars at The Savoy

The menus at Kaspar’s at The Savoy, created by the recently appointed Head Chef Joost Bijster, showcase contemporary seasonal dishes from land (and sea) that capture the vibrancy of the natural landscape.

This January, guests can experience the lively atmosphere of the Art Deco-inspired interior whilst enjoying a vegan-friendly a la carte menu.  Refreshed almost monthly, the menu will feature vegan delights such as Cauliflower Steak with Broccoli Puree, Broad beans, Pickled potatoes and Grill Farm Vegetables with Romesco sauce, Fregola and Puff Amaranth.

Visit The Savoy, The Savoy Hotel, Strand, London WC2R 0EZ

Alfie Green
Alfie Green

You bring the rum, I'll bring the raspberries. Perfect daiquiris all round.

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