Tag: Veganuary

London Bridge Vegan Guide

Published on 17th January 2020


Whether you’re a committed vegan, looking to turn over a new leaf, or simply a lover of tasty food; discover the delights of plant-power in London Bridge.   What? Jackfruit Bang Bang Salad Where? The Ivy Tower Bridge Chayote, Chinese leaf, mooli, crispy wonton, peanuts, sesame seeds and coriander (£12.95) https://theivytowerbridge.com One Tower Bridge, Tower Bridge Rd, London SE1 2AA What? Vegan Lentil Lasagne Where? Coco di Mama A rich lentil ragu, Pomodoro and vegan bechamel topped with vegan cheese. https://www.cocodimama.co.uk 7 More London, London, SE1 2RT What? Banana Blossom Salad Where? Rosa’s Thai Cafe, Tower Bridge Deep fried tempura banana blossom, served with salad & a soy, chilli dip https://www.rosasthaicafe.com 2 Duchess Walk, London SE1 2SD What? The Real Greek Veganuary Specials Where? The Real Greek Tower Bridge Tonia Buxton has created 3 special dishes to celebrate Veganuary – Vegetable Briam, Beetroot  Houmous, Potato & Tomato Keftedes with vegan aioli. https://www.therealgreek.com Duchess Walk, The Bridgemaster’s House, London, SE1 2UP   What? Slow Cooked Vegetable Tagine Where? Comptoir Libanais Tomato, pepper, aubergine, onion & chickpea stew served with couscous, quinoa or vermicelli rice. https://www.comptoirlibanais.com 82 Tooley St, London SE1 2TF What? The Guac Burger Where? By Chloe. Black Bean-Quinoa-Sweet Potato Patty, Guac, Tortilla Strips  and more https://eatbychloe.com One Tower Bridge, 6 Duchess Walk,  London SE1 2TF   What? Vegan Carnitas Where? Santo Remedio Slow-cooked, pulled jackfruit topped with crispy shallots and salsa verde. https://www.santoremedio.co.uk 152 Tooley St, SE1 2TU

9 of the best vegan dishes in London Bridge

Published on 09th January 2019

General, Uncategorised

After the over-indulgence of the festive period, a record number of us are pledging to the plant-based diet. With movements like #Veganuary and the recent rise in awareness of planet-conscious eating, chefs all over the world are responding with imaginative vegan creations, packed full of flavour. Say goodbye to the bog-standard mushroom risotto and HELLO to these delicious dishes, all available right here in London Bridge.   1. By Chloe’s The Full Brekkie by CHLOE’s collaboration with Zanna Van Diijk is a twist on ‘The Full Engish’ featuring maple carrot bacon, jack fruit sausage, scrambled tofu, smoky cowboy beans, roasted plum tomatoes and whole shiitake mushrooms, served with a toasted buttered vegan English muffin and house-made Beet Ketchup. By Chloe. One Tower Bridge, 6 Duchess Walk, SE1 2SD   2. Santo Remedio’s Hibiscus Enchiladas Rolled tortillas filled with Hibiscus flowers sautéed in tomato and Chile Morita. Santo Remedio, 152 Tooley St, SE1 2TU   3. The Coal Shed’s Fire Roasted Squash  Fire roasted squash, Israeli couscous, pomegranate, walnuts and a spiced yoghurt dressing. The Coal Shed, 4 Crown Court, One Tower Bridge, SE1 2ZR   4. Gunpowder’s Porzhi Okra Fries  Gunpowder Tower Bridge, 4 Duchess Walk, SE1 2SD   5. Cafe Rouge’s Spicy Moroccan Vegetable Tagine Roasted courgette, carrots, butternut squash, baby spinach and chickpeas with toasted almonds and coriander chutney. Served with spiced coriander couscous. Cafe Rouge, Hays Galleria, Tooley St, SE1 2HD   6. Duddell’s Black Pepper Vegetarian ‘Chicken’  Duddell’s, 9a St Thomas St, SE1 9RY   7. Pizza Pilgrim’s Marinara Pizza  This classic Neopolitan Pizza is packed full of flavour – no cheese needed! Pizza Pilgrims, Unit SU48, Tooley St/ Bermondsey St, SE1 9SP   8. Leon’s Love Burger  Soya-beetroot patty topped with a vegan Carolina mustard mayo, Leon’s burger sauce, tomatoes, pickles, and a slice of smoked gouda-style vegan cheese, in between sourdough burger buns. More London/ London Bridge Station/ Borough High Street   9. The Ivy Tower Bridge’s Dukka Spiced Sweet Potato  Aubergine baba ganoush with coconut ‘yoghurt,’ sesame, mixed grains, toasted almonds and a Moroccan tomato sauce. The Ivy Tower Bridge, One Tower Bridge, Tower Bridge Rd, SE1 2AA   Find more restaurants in London Bridge >>