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Vegan In: London

Vegan In: London

Last month we showed you the vegan highlights of Manchester.  Now we’re turning our attention to England’s capital city, famous for Holmes, Dickens and…vegan burgers, apparently!

MoFo regulars Jojo from Vegan In Brighton and Jenny from Jenny Marie provided us with these brilliant posts about some of their recent vegan finds in the Brick Lane area of London.  You can check out there full posts here and here, but let’s see some of their highlights!


Mooshies is the first of two burger joints that both of these bloggers rave about, and it’s not hard to see why!  We’re talking fish burgers, jackfruit, bhajis…very tempting indeed.  Here’s Jojo’s pulled jackfruit burger.

PeB burger

Alternatively, you could pick up your burger at Pomodoro e Basilico, which doesn’t look too shabby either!  You can find them at Brick Lane Market, which is home to lots of other vegan options…


…such as the Peanut Butter Bakery where Jojo got this blueberry cheesecake doughnut…


…or this vegan chorizo roll that Jenny found.

Rainbow Cake

And if you’re looking for something colourful and sweet, follow Jojo’s lead and look no further than Vida Bakery, home of this delicious looking rainbow cake.

Clearly Brick Lane is a great area for vegan visitors to London, but it’s not the only one!  Over at Vegan London you can search by area for all the plant-based options in the city.

Whole Ingredient

And The Whole Ingredient‘s free, downloadable PDF guide to London, organised by meals (breakfast, brunch, dinner, etc). Including sections on pizza delivery places, vegan grocery stores, vegan markets and so much more, the guide is invaluable for anyone looking to eat vegan in London!


What are your favourite spots in London?  Any ideas for our next VeganIn destination?  Let us know!

Dine-Out Friday Round-Up

Dine-Out Friday Round-Up

Happy Friday, MoFo-land! Jess here, and my travelin’ bug is itching, mere days away from heading across the US and spending the rest of the month in New York. In the theme of vegan sightseeing, aka seeking out delicious, cruelty-free cuisine, I wanted to visit some blogs today who are dining out and showing off what’s available in their own towns, and beyond.

Alien’s Day Out snags the LAST VEGAN PAIN AU CHOCOLATE at the Veggie Holic Bakery in Hongdae, and it is awe-inspiring:


Michele shares a glorious grilled cheese from Portland’s Cheese Cart on Vegtastic Voyage:

More Portland! Alice B of Silver Threads tries Sizzle Pie, for some New Maps out of Hell.

Not that I’m trying to rub it in, but I happened share some Rabbit salad & breadsticks at the other Sizzle location earlier today, myself.

Next up, the Gloria Gaynor biscuits from Biscuits & Groovy on Lone Star Plate.

I don’t know what to say besides I want to eat that plate. It will happen.

Moving on! Pumpkin chocolate sundae at Lula’s on A SoyBean’s blog (and more ice cream, treats from Cake Thieves and Sweet & Sara Marshmallows that I’m so stoked to get my hands on next week!!!)

More sweets, please:  Pecan Crumb Cake with Gingerbread Icing from the Deerly Beloved Bakery blog, who’ll be at two local street fairs this weekend, for those of ya in the Norwich (UK) vicinity!

You should go and report back, because I’m jealous.

Not exactly on my round-up topic, but come on, these vegan (and gluten-free!) corn dog mummies from Fork and Beans are so dang awesome:

Lastly, a very Hungry Caterpillar fruit snack from Fried Dandelions, because I continue to be a sucker for cutesy edible art:

See you next time!