Living Vegan London

Phew! This has been a crazy week of catching up on my life after being away in jolly ol’¬†England. And boy what a trip it was. From a Jay-Z & Kanye West concert to Stonehenge to a custom nail art manicure this trip was very busy and diverse. But what made this experience even more memorable was the amazing food I ate. If there is one thing that can be said about vegan chefs in London it is that they really try to translate the British food experience. It was a thrill to see Bangers & Mash and Sunday roast on the menus. The picture above is of a mushroom ale pie with mushy peas, a Brit pub classic from Mildred’s in Soho. Check out the rest of the best vegan food from my great U.K. adventure.

Manna: Primrose Hill

Ravioli: A crispy ravioli with wild mushroom and walnut pate with fennel cream sauce, sun dried tomato pesto & balsamic reduction.

Organic Bangers & Mash: Organic fennel and pumpkin seed sausages on a bed of parsnip & carrot mash served with cavalo nero on a red wine, leek and thyme jus.

Manna Fruit Crumble: Made with seasonal fresh fruit and served with ice cream.

The Gate: Hammersmith (Set menu as part of their Wild Food Festival)

Risotto Cake: Topped with wild asparagus.

The BEST Gnocchi In The Whole World (my title): Pan fried with sea radish, sea kale, St. George’s mushrooms and wild garlic served in a creamy white wine sauce.

Cookies and Scream: Camden Town

Choca Chico Peanut Butter Cookie & their Award Winning Brownie

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