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The Best Vegetarian & Vegan Restaurants in West London
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The Best Vegetarian & Vegan Restaurants in West London

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Fashion Editor
Updated: 18 November 2017

There’s an ever-growing consciousness surrounding how we care for and what we put into our bodies and perhaps the most poignant sentiment is the one surrounding food. That said, London has seen a rise in the amount of not only healthy but diet-specific restaurants over recent years. Here, we list the best vegetarian and vegan restaurants in west London to inspire you to keep well-being at the forefront of your mind when you next go out for dinner.

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The Good Life Eatery
Cafe, Healthy, $$$
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The first and perhaps best-known branch of The Good Life Eatery was opened back in 2013 on Sloane Avenue and its success among west London locals has resulted in expansion to a further three locations across the city. All food is made fresh on the day and it caters to just about any specialist diet that you might have; vegetarian, vegan, gluten free, and dairy free. Even the environment’s a winner when it comes to this stylish establishment as the business works to source ingredients as locally as possible and to support the local community when it comes to employment. It’s just launched a new menu so whether you’re yet to try this hot-spot or you’re already a once-a-week kind of patron, you’ll find something fresh (see what we did there) and exciting to treat your taste buds to this month.
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Deliciously Ella At Seymour Place
Cafe, Healthy, $$$
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Prized with an ever-changing menu of beautifully curated vegan and vegetarian recipes, Deliciously Ella At Seymour Place, the restaurant born out of social media phenomenon, Ella Mills’ success, is arguably one of the best lunch spots in the city. Its menu switches from offering wholesome smoothies, a unique coffee menu and a plethora of warming breakfast dishes; breakfast bowls, frittata and home-made beans on toast in the morning to a tempting salad and hot food bar from lunchtime through until 8pm at night. The most exciting news this month though is that it’s going to be adding a Christmas menu to its offering which is available to pre-order at its Weighhouse Street branch. Our advice? Act fast, as this is set to be a popular festive party choice. Gather a group of 20 people or more, book in and get ready to enjoy the nut roast sharing platter, mini mince pies and a range of other festive yet health-conscious treats to kick start your Christmas celebrations.
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Farm Girl Cafe
Cafe, Healthy, $$$
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When Melbourne-raised Rose Mann first brought the Farm Girl concept to West London in 2015, there wasn’t a huge vegetarian restaurant offering on the scene. Now, things are very different, so it’s all credit to her and her beautifully developed business that Farm Girl is still very much at the forefront of many people’s minds when they think of the best healthy (vegetarian or otherwise) eating establishments in the city. Complete with a secluded courtyard that offers a little retreat in amidst the buzz of its Notting Hill surroundings as well as crockery and interiors that you’re sure to have seen all over Instagram for very good reason, it’s an idyllic little meeting spot. Breakfast is our favourite time of day to visit, but be warned, you’ll want to order just about everything off the menu. The new autumn menu has just launched and it features Teff porridge (a spruced-up version of a classic) and familiar choices like the BLT, which has been given a vegan twist with the use of ‘coconut bacon’ in place of its traditional meat counterpart. In addition, Farm Girl is now open at 1 Carnaby Street (pictured) so fans of the concept can get their fix if they’re in central London, too.
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Farmacy
Restaurant, Healthy, $$$
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If you’re looking for a spot where you absolutely cannot be tempted by anything other than undeniably virtuous food on the menu then Farmacy in Notting Hill should sit at the top of your dining list. Added bonus? This establishment is not only healthy but it also serves up one of the most delicious and innovative plant-based menus that we’ve come across. Take our word for it and try the signature ‘burger’ or the Mexican Earth Bowl, topped off with fresh juice or a clean cocktail (the Coco Loco has caught our eye). Expect a menu that supports a vegan and vegetarian diet, set in stylish interiors bedecked with a bar, cosy booths and a private room should you wish to host something extra special.
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Redemption Bar
Restaurant, Healthy, $$$
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Any restaurant that abides by the motto, ‘spoil yourself without spoiling yourself’ is fine by us, and the rest of West London if the popularity of Redemption Bar is anything to go by. Ticking all the millennial interior trend boxes with its natural wood, neon signage, bright but flattering lighting and photo-friendly interiors, it offers not just a treat for the taste buds but for the eyes as well. Even the bar menu is virtuous – it’s alcohol free but the concoctions are so tasty you’ll hardly notice the difference (or maybe you will, but who are we to judge?). We suggest trying an Apple Mockito as a cocktail substitute for evening or opting for the Flu Fighter which promises to do exactly what it says on the tin. Food-wise, dinner offers ample tempting recipes including the vegetarian maki roll platter and their very own riff on banoffee pie made with medjool dates and coconut cream.
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Wild Food Café
Cafe, Healthy, $$$
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Neal’s Yard in Covent Garden may not be as ‘west’ as some of the other destinations in this line-up but it simply wouldn’t be right to curate a list of the best vegetarian eateries in London without touching on this little corner of the city. The original health food destination, it has a holistic, creative feel to it that perfectly suits its inhabitants, not least the Wild Food Café. Almost everything on the menu here is raw, which is hard to come by, and the use of the freshest ingredients means that the menu is ever-changing. What does remain consistent though, is the notion that everything on offer is made on the day and is designed to nourish the body. Whether you’re meeting friends or dining alone, this welcoming setting is sure to leave you feeling like you’ve indulged in a little self love as well as some great food.
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Nama Foods
Restaurant, Healthy, $$$
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If you’re looking for a healthy twist on comfort food this winter then it’s Nama Foods that you want to bump to the top of your dining wish list. Its aim to prove that a raw, vegan diet needn’t be limited means that the menu offers innovative but just as satisfying alternatives to the classics. Expect to see fish and chips and lasagna on the dinner listing but not as you know them, as well as a comprehensive pizza menu and a host of satisfying sweet treats. All ingredients are served completely raw, which is of course, as close to nature as is possible and everything is meat and dairy free, so vegans get free reign on the options available – oh the joy of choice! What’s more, everything served is organic and unprocessed so there really is no reason to believe that whatever you’re putting into your body is anything but nourishing.
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Wholefoods Market Kensington
Farmers' Market, Healthy, $$$
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We all know and love a good Wholefoods Market but the one in Kensington, in all its three floor glory, is a cut above the rest. Not just a place to do your weekly health food shop, there’s an entire floor dedicated to dining in. Priding itself on offering its guests a culinary trip around the world in one store, there’s something for everyone in what’s arguably the most middle-class food court around. There are meat options here but that’s to be expected when there’s so much on offer and it makes it the perfect place to meet up with people who maybe don’t share your dietary preferences. Expect fresh salads, sushi by Sushi & Robata and a Bone Daddies nestled among the usual pizza, burrito and stir fry options and indulge in a caffeine hit from their in-house roastery before heading downstairs to stock your cupboards with all the things you never knew you needed.
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