Brighton ———————————————————

Rootcandi –
Plant based vegan tapas

The Laine Deli
Vegan cooked breakfasts just down from the train station for those early arrivals.

Terre a Terre
This is one of my favorite restaurants in the UK. They aren’t 100% vegan but their vegan offerings are incredible. They now even offer an afternoon tea!

Gelato Gusto Artisan Ice Cream
Found in the North Lanes of Brighton with a selection of vegan ice creams.

Milk no Sugar
A Vietnamese place hidden just down from the station offering vegan pho, summer rolls and all sorts of tasty treats.

Dundee ———————————————————

Avery and Co
Offers vegan options. Burgers/mains and sides sold separately so it can get a bit pricey quite easily. Portions aren’t huge either so you definitely need to eat first or grab those sides.

The Flame Tree
Sandwich and coffee shop that has vegan options. Their soup and sandwich deal is great value for money and delicious then there are cakes, coffee, tea and milkshakes for after.

Edinburgh ———————————————————

Pekoe Tea –

Artisan Roast –

Brew Lab –
They offer vegan lunch options and sometimes have a vegan cake, but not always.

Black Medicine –
They have tea, coffee and a selection of vegan smoothies. Personally I like the angry mangoes one. They also have vegan felafel wraps and other lunch options.

Tea, coffee, natural sodas, stuff on toast, cakes… a whole range of stuff with vegan and gluten free options.

Nova Pizza –
A small but amazing vegan pizzeria just by Stockbridge. They have 2 whole pages of vegan options on their menu and they even have a vegan cheesecake.

BBL (Breakfast Brunch Lunch) –
They make their own vegan link and lorne sausages in house and have a special vegan menu. The people that work there couldn’t be nicer too.

The Auld Hoose –
Check out their tower of vegan nachos but beware they are huge! So take someone to share with.

Affogato –
They have a range of vegan ice cream and sorbets that are all made in house and they also feature Shire Snax raw vegan cakes.

Paradise Palms
Vegetarian/Vegan American Soul Food. Think hot dogs, burgers and all the sides. Every Tuesday they do 2-4-1 on hot dogs!

Burger –
They have both a vegan burger and hot dog on the standard menu and at least one vegan option on the specials board too. Sadly their buns aren’t vegan so you have to pay an extra 35p for a gluten free/dairy free roll which is a little annoying. They also offer a vegan shake which is their sorbet of the day with soya milk or just a scoop or two of sorbet to finish your meal.

The Mosque Kitchen
It’s a canteen style place that offers large portions of lovely curries for a very affordable price. A single curry with rice is between £3.50 – £4.00 but you can get 2 or 3 curries for under £10… I’ve never got that far as one curry, rice and a naan is plenty. They make everything with olive oil so unless it’s got meat in (separate meat menu) it your good to go

Bread Street Brasserie
The first Tuesday of every month is Vegan night where they have an entirely vegan menu on offer. If you miss out though they have vegan options on the menu all the time so it’s a great place to visit when you have a range of dietary needs to take into consideration.

Glasgow ———————————————————

Tchai-Ovna –
They have a huge list of teas available and also serve a range of savory and sweet vegan food. With a resident cat too I’m sold.

Delicious Delicious
I can’t find these guys online but they are definitely there. They are on Sauchiehall Street on the first floor of a music shop. They offer a range of tea, coffee, cakes and savory lunches.
100% vegan and great during the day but really noisy at night as they have live bands. Expect pizza’s, burgers and to-fish and chips.

The Flying Duck100% vegan American style food, expect burgers, hot dogs and macaroni cheese with Buckfast pulled jack fruit.

Stereo –
I’ve only been here for dessert but damn it was good. Will be heading back to try more from these guys.

The 78 –
A lovely little place made of a mish mash of tables and chairs with a big vegan menu. Think burgers, quesadillas and cake.

The 13th Note –
Not 100% vegan and their menu is confusing as hell but their vegan food is lovely

Hanoi Bike Shop
They have a vegan option for most sections of the menu but the special part about this place is that they make their own tofu. It’s a bit of a distance outside the city centre but well worth the trip.

London ———————————————————
A Persian corner shop in Peckham with a hidden gem of a cafe in the back serving vegetarian and vegan food all day long. Go. Go now.

FED by
A cracking 100% vegan Italian place is Dulston that offers a range traditional inspired dishes from pizza to pasta. Their basis for all dishes however is the use of pure filtered water. It’s a bit out the way to get to but well worth the trip.

Top dog –
50/50 veggie/vegan hot dogs, burgers and all things fried hidden away in Soho.  

Itadaki Zen
100% vegan Japanese restaurant in Kings Cross offering lunch and dinner set meals with a range of delicious dishes.

Tibits –
This is a buffet style restaurant where you pay by weight rather than a flat fee. They have Vegan Tuesdays where everything on the ‘boat’ is 100% vegan. Every other day of the week its a mix of vegetarian and vegan but everything is labeled just in case. They offer both eat in and take away.

The Coach and Horses – Greek Street Soho
London’s first vegetarian/vegan pub with a great menu of pub grub.

Cookies and Scream –
A gluten free vegan cookie bar just inside Camden market. If your heading to Inspiral definitely head here for dessert.
100% Vegan ice cream shop in sos, right round the corner from Top Dog. Need I say more?

Chain Restaurants ———————————————–

Cuban style street food, while its not 100% vegetarian or vegan it has some amazing vegan options.

The Real Greek –
Not everything on the menu is vegan but they do mark their vegan options. Their green pea fuul is amazing.

Hummus Bro’s –
Does what it says on the tin, bowls of hummus with tasty toppings, salads and fresh pitta.

Comptoir Libanais –
There is one of these in Gatwick Airport which is always our eatery of choice when we’re flying home.

Pho –
Does what it says on the tin… serves pho. Mostly meat options but they also have a few vegan options too. Check out the spring rolls to start with the sweet chilli sauce, they are amazing!