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
Bleecker, still one of our favourite burgers in town, have been pretty busy over the past few weeks. After opening their stores, they then kicked off a home delivery service of cheeseburger kits which, we can attest, to work very well indeed.
And now they've just teamed up with someone else who's been
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.
We're among many, many people who have a not-so-secret love of the Ikea meatballs. A trip to the store isn't the same without a plate of meatballs and chips and then taking home even more for the freezer. Just writing this is making us crave them right now. God, we love them.
But if you're vegan or vegetarian - the meatballs have been out of reach - until now. Because Ikea is about
For the times when you want a delivery driver dropping off a towering plant-based burger to your door - we've got you covered.
During the lockdown, author and restaurateur Ravinder Bhogal has been very busy. Not only has she, her partner (in life as well as business) Nadeem Lalani and the team behind Jikoni been cooking for the homeless but they've also found time to come up with a brand new concept.
Comfort & Joy will be a sister brand to the existing Marylebone restaurant - delivering vegetarian meals across London.
London's recent boom in plant-based restaurants has taken a little longer to filter into the delivery scene - but there are notable exceptions. Here's our pick of some of the best delivery options for anyone after vegan or vegetarian food during the lockdown.
There’s no disputing the popularity of veganism in London, so it’s hardly surprising that Good to Go, which started life as a-based pop-up in Old Street Station in 2017 soon launched a nearby permanent site and is now opening a second, this time in Charing Cross Road, with an increased focus on its takeaway options.
After success with their original plant-based restaurant in Chelsea, Wulf & Lamb have opened a second, this time in the heart of Marylebone.
Over at Somerset House, there's a lovely mashup of art and food going on this spring. Tying in with the new exhibition, Mushrooms: The Art, Design and Future of Fungi, chef Bryn Williams has come up with a series of dishes celebrating mushrooms.
Even cleverer, some of the mushrooms being used have been grown on-site. There's currently an educational food growing programme going on, using parts of Somerset House to grow
After a successful pop-up at The Hive last year, Rich Baker and Sarah Brading's Flat Earth is back with plant-based pizzas using sustainable ingredients. Last year they were first runner up in the 2019 Sustainable Lifestyle Awards best restaurant of the year - and now they're opening at The Plough in Homerton for a long-term residency.
Who says meat-eaters have all the fun? London's burger joints are after the vegetarian pound, so if you're in search of more than a bean burger in a soggy bun, here are some of the best veggie burgers in town.
This plant-based restaurant in Spitalfields is a big hit with Hot Dinners readers - we went to find out why.
In what is certainly the month for vegan and vegetarian-based offerings, popular plant-based burger bar Halo Burger (currently in Pop Brixton) are about to open their second restaurant, in Shoreditch.
As before, they've teamed up with Beyond Meat, and they'll be the first in the country to be launching with Beyond Meat's 4.0 patty, which they say should taste more like meat than ever. Plus Beyond
It's time for a change at Counter Culture, the small restaurant next to The Dairy (and by the same people) which runs regularly changing residencies. This time it's the turn of Alter, for an all-vegan takeover. Alter is founded by Andy Hogben, who has previously worked at Dabbous, Som Saa and Kym’s and offers vegan food with street-food influences.
The menu will change over the period, but here's
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