It’s true, most of the incredible restaurants in Mayfair offer vegetarian and vegan options, so here, we’ve chosen a few eateries which are well-known for their passion about vegan fayre.  So next time you’re looking for a Mayfair restaurant with vegan options – either to experiment, or because it’s part of your lifestyle, then you’ll always find something deliciously healthful that’s also kind to the planet right here in the neighbourhood.

 

The MaE Deli
Health is your Wealth

This cosy plant based eatery 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.  MaE 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. 18-20 Weighhouse Street, London W1K 5LU. No website listed

Daylesford Organic
Good living – one dish at a time

Your health is your wealth and here at Daylesford Organic – a farm shop and café, they live by the mantra.  All dishes are freshly made by hand and give a vigorous nod to the very best of seasonal produce available from their organic farm, Market Garden, Bakery and Creamery.  The menu is bursting with tempting breakfast, brunch and lunch options and the light plates menu, which has been curated by the Daylesford nutritionist, offers up a host of vegan delights.  Try the spring broccoli salad or toast grain tabbouleh. It’s first come first served for breakfast, brunch, lunch and supper so the early bird catches the organic dish. 44b Pimlico Road, London SW1W 8LP. www.daylesford.com

Raw Press
Good, natural living

Health and wellbeing is made easy at Raw Press where you can find a revolving menu of nutritious eats, which include plant based and gluten free salads.  Eating at Raw Press is rather like having a chat with your favourite health guru.  How can you go wrong with baked sweet potatoes with a herb oil and coconut yoghurt or a bowl of yummy miso aubergine?   Good living is made easy and if you want to power up your day, a visit to the superfood breakfast buffet is enough to keep you going the whole day long.   Whatever time of day you visit, there is no reason not to try an organic, cold pressed juice made daily in their London juicing kitchen, which will leave you glowing from the inside out. 32 Dover Street, London W1S 4NE www.rawpress/co/cafes

Fernandez & Wells
Fashionista with a soul

If you’re looking for a well-earned break – from a shopping spree or a busy work day, then head to Fernandez and Wells – a fabulous oasis just minute away from busy thoroughfare of Oxford Street and a stone’s throw from Selfridges.  Indulge yourself and pore over books, magazines and art installations as you savour the delights of freshly made cakes and pastries.  The vegetarian tapas – from rich patatas bravas to tangy Greek salad and Roman-style grilled artichokes makes it the perfect place for fashionistas with a conscience. 55 Duke Street, London W1K 5NR www.fernandezandwells.com/shop/duke-street