Vegan London eats part 2

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Temple of Seitan
Since Matt and I tried this Hackney vegan instituion (we have now been a fair few times...) they have since opened a larger dine in shop in Camden. The BBQ chickn wings, popcorn chickn, fries, coleslaw and macaroni cheese would be our ideal set up on our tray shot, literally can't fault this place for quality wholesome junk food. A definite favourite.

I will kill again at Dark Arts Coffee
If you love dogs, good coffee and tasty brunches then this is the place for you. Only open Thursday-Sunday from 10am til 4pm in Hackney. Cafe serving lots of vegetarian and vegan treats. I'd highly recommend the bakewell tart or croissant with a cup of coffee or the avocado on toast with chorizo style sausage which is my usual go to.  Probably my number 1 for breakfast in East London but really so spoilt for choice in this neck of the woods.

The Spreadeagle
All vegan pub serving up incredible mexican food and great cocktails in Homerton, East London. We paid a visit one Sunday afternoon and by some luck we managed to get a table to sit and eat but I'd recommend booking which can be done on their website. Food is served by Club Mexicana from Thursday through to Sunday. The decor is worthy of a mentionas well, it's a really fun and dare I say the q word 'quirky' pub, make sure you pay a visit to the bathroom if you like palm print and pink (who doesn't?!)

The Full Nelson
Situated in Deptford you will find a small inconspicuous looking pub with limited seating and a small bar, but serving up some of the best veggie and all options can be made vegan food. Ideal for brunch or for a late afternoon lunch. Pictured above is the 'eggs' benedict and 'chicken' and waffles.

Not a vegan or veggie restaurant but one that I'm sure that pretty much everyone has heard of before. I have eaten here a couple of times for dinner and the vegan options are divine. For Matt's birthday last year I took him for breakfast and we indulged in the vegan Bombay breakfast the coriander beans were something else, so good. Not only great food but some of the most photogenic interiors, I've only visited the Kings Cross and Carnarby Street one but before are just very cool.

Edith's House
A cafe set in the past and situated in Crouch End. A trip down nostalgia lane. Where else could you sit on a pink toilet and enjoy your breakfast (yes really) all seating areas are based on part of a typical Nanas house from years gone by. They have a lot of vegan options on their menu including full breakfast, savoury pancakes and scones. I'm hungry just thinking about it.

You can check out my first Vegan London eats here.

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