Visiting London If you are visiting London you're sure to have a great time with so many places to visit and so much to see and do.
If you want to stay close to vegan/vegetarian cafes/restaurants then the options are: Central London: anywhere within easy reach of Oxford Circus or Tottenham Court Road Tube Stations and the multitude of veggie places in Central London North London: Camden Town (Mildreds, Cookies and Scream, Magic Falafel, DouDou Cafe and the numerous vegan stalls in Camden Market, Whole Foods) East London: Bethnal Green (Gallery Cafe), Hackney (Black Cat Cafe, Temple of Hackney) or Shoreditch (Cook Daily, What The Pitta, Mooshies) West London: West Kensington (222 Veggie Vegan, Wicky Pops Pizz, Sanctuary, Whole Foods)
Food - Cafes & restaurants You'll find details of the vegan friendly restaurants on our Where To Eat page.
Food - supermarkets If you're wanting to buy food in supermarkets, all sell plant milks, and some major supermarkets sell vegan cheese (Tescos and Sainsbury's primarily). Sainsbury's , Asda, and soon Tesco will label their vegan products as vegan. Some Hovis bread, available at most supermarkets, is labelled as suitable for vegans. Most supermarkets sell vegan hummus.
There are lots of Health Food stores scattered around London. Holland & Barrett is the largest chain of such stores, but there are many independent health foods stores, as well as larger stores Whole Foods Market and Planet Organic.
Below are links to some resources that may help make your stay in London easier.
Brighton is a haven for vegans and vegetarians. Located on the coast, less than 1 hour train ride from London (Victoria station), it boasts many vegetarian cafes and restaurants, and is the home of Vegetarian Shoes.
For details of some of the vegetarian cafes and restaurants in Brighton, click here.