Did you know that March is officially Veggie Month? Well – yes, it is! And what better time to try out some tasty veggie dishes and treats on Oxford Street. Use this as your ultimate Veggie Month eating out guide, we’ll ensure you don’t end up with just a side salad. Because quite frankly, life is way too short for that.
Burgers and the word vegetarian don’t seem to go so well together do they? Well – think again! Honest Burger will change your whole perspective on what a veggie burger looks and tastes like. Get ready to be blown away by their new PLANT burger. This 100% vegan burger is made with special (and deliciously juicy) Beyond Meat patty, vegan smoked Gouda, Rubies in the Rubble Chipotle ‘Mayo’, mustard, red onion, pickles and a sprinkling of fresh lettuce. We honestly can’t wait to try this!
Ah… pizza. You can never go wrong with pizza!
And Franco Manca have a wide selection of affordable, delicious sourdough veggie pizzas on offer, and vegan options too. You can try something new each time thanks to their ever changing seasonal menu and daily changing specials written on the blackboard. With italian organic and/or biodynamic wine only and pizza’s starting from just £5 (this is for the tomato, garlic and oregano pizza – don’t sleep on it – it’s amazing!), there’s really no excuse to not pop in and try it for yourself. There’s a reason why locals and tourists love this place so much.
Ethos is known for its deliciously different menu, with pay-by-weight concept that specialises in dishes from around the world, all bursting with flavour and colour. This is a firm veggie favourite, located just off Oxford Street this meat free restaurant is a must-try. Head to Ethos for breakfast, lunch, dinner or a quick snack or smoothie in-between shopping.
We’re craving the Detox Green Smoothie in particular – filled with spinach, kale, apple, pineapple, lemon, ginger, spirulina, chlorella, wheatgrass, barleygrass. It really is bursting with healthy goodness!
Welcome to The Breakfast Club – the coolest brekkie spot in London! This funky eatery serves all day American and British breakfasts, plus a whole load more comfort-style food. What we really love about this place is the 90’s inspired decor, mega-size retro mugs and signs of all the good times can be found pinned to thewalls on polaroids from raucous staff night’s out, notes scrawled on napkins and postcards from around the world.
And what about the veggie options I hear you say? Why not try Reggie The Veggie: a classic veggie breakfast complete with veggie sausages, potatoes, eggs, mushrooms and of course, beans on toast. No veggie breakfast is complete without avo on toast. Try The Breakfast Club’s selection of Avocado on Rye bread with an array of extra tasty toppings. Plus, their pancake selection is to die for. The Salted Caramel Banoffee Pancakes are next on our list…
Go veggie this month and try the best of Chartwell with The Montagu Kitchen’s vegetarian menu. Highlighting its most loved dishes including a rose infused lemonade. Located in the heart of Marylebone The Montagu Kitchen is an all-day dining destination perfect for eating, drinking and socialising in a relaxed and cosy environment. The restaurant offers fresh, British cuisine that takes its inspiration from the seasonality of the National Trust’s Chartwell House and Garden; Winston Churchill’s illustrious former residence.