Best Vegan Restaurants Reviews

ⓥ Cultivated Magic – Joia Milan

Monday, August 3, 2015

Joia is a Michelin-starred, 80% vegan restaurant in Milan. This is no ordinary restaurant, however, as the owner behind it is soulful master chef Pietro Leemann; a man on a mission to change the world of food. Pietro Leemann is the creative mind behind Joia, where each dish is formulated with a concept; a story, which is playful yet meaningful ...

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ⓥ The Gate – Hammersmith

Wednesday, July 29, 2015

One of the reasons why I started reviewing vegan and vegetarian restaurants in London to begin with, was to show everybody how much choice we have, as I get approached a lot by friends who are under the impression that eating out will become very limiting when becoming a vegan, but that couldn't be further ...

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ⓥ Vanilla Black – Chancery Lane

Thursday, July 16, 2015

I'll eat my future husband out of his house and home apparently, so no wonder why all roads led me to Vanilla Black. This is one of the finest vegetarian and vegan place in London. The restaurant is owned by a husband and wife who opened their London doors in 2008, and had been reinventing the cliché concept of vegetarian and vegan food ...

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Where to eat around Trevi Fountain

Wednesday, July 15, 2015

I like most things to have substance and style, and it is no different when it comes to my travelling.I ended up in Rome by default, as I was initially booked to attend a work conference but by the time the trip came I was no longer with the company, so what does one do? ...

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Tibits – Regents Street ⓥ

Wednesday, February 25, 2015

I have been to Tibits numerous times, even before I became a vegan, and I always enjoyed it. It is tucked away in Heddon Street, just off Regents Street, which is very handy for any shoppers or tourists visiting Hamleys or such.It is quite spacious inside with two floors, and an outside seating area. As ...

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ⓥ Ethos – Oxford Street

Wednesday, February 4, 2015

I am having a hard time readjusting to the English winter having just come back from an extended holiday in hot Australia. Although some people would say that I should be used to this cold, being half Siberian, and if that were true I should be drinking Vodka like water, but no, I am a ...

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