Most Mayfair restaurants offer vegetarian and vegan options, but we’ve chosen a few eateries which are well-known for their passion for vegan food.  So next time you’re looking for Mayfair restaurants with vegan options – either to experiment, or because it’s part of your lifestyle, then you’ll always find something delicious that’s also kind to the planet.

Plants by De Mayfair

Cosy plant-based eatery Plants by De is the brainchild of healthy food blogger, bestselling author and Instagram star Ella Mills – better known as Deliciously Ella, who with her husband Matthew decided to set up a spot where you can find delicious, natural meals, juices and snacks – all served up in a socially and environmentally responsible way.  Plants by De is the answer for anyone who is looking for a naturally wheat, dairy and refined sugar-free options and you can even create your own meal by mixing and matching four sumptuous savoury vegan dishes from the menu.  Sweet tooth?  Not a problem, you can tuck into practically guilt-free deserts – favourites are the peanut butter cookie and the fudge brownie, which hit the spot every single time.

Plants by De, 18-20 Weighhouse Street, London W1K 5LU. 

 

Apricity 

Zero-waste restaurant Apricity has been lauded for its sustainable credentials: chef-patron Chantelle Nicholson adopts planet-friendly practices and champions veg-forward cooking. Dishes use ingredients from local suppliers, foragers and small farms. Apricity offers meat and plant-based options on its tasting menus with the option to mix and match.

Apricity, 68 Duke St, London W1K 6JU. 

 

Salad Kitchen Mayfair

People flock to Salad Kitchen every lunchtime for good reason – the salads are healthy and flavourful. For those seeking vegan options, plump for The Vegan Kimchi Crunchbox, filled with pulses, roast potatoes, pickled red cabbage, zesty raw slaw, couscous and mixed leaf salads. Salad Kitchen is the perfect spot for a takeaway lunch.

Salad Kitchen, 28 Avery Row, London W1K 4AZ

 

#Welcometomayfair