Ten vegan street food vendors you need to know
London. You are overrun with vegan street food.
With so many choices, it’s a difficult task to know which food business to prioritise.
That’s why I’m here right now to tell you about the following ten vegan street food businesses in the UK capital that you shouldn’t miss.
Let’s get into it.
Throwback to the half-n-half mac. Half creamy cashew cheese sauce, half nutty pesto sauce with fresh basil. Then smokey & crunchy bacon bits sprinkled alllllllll over. Haven’t done this special in a while . #VEGANG . . . #veganmacncheese #veganmscandcheese #veganmacaroniandcheese #veganpesto #vegancheese #veganbaconbits #veganmac #cashewcheese #dairyfreemacandcheese #dairyfreemacncheese #dairyfreepesto #vegetarianbacon #macandcheese #macncheese #macaroniandcheese #plantbased #pestosauce #pesto #freshpesto #cashewpesto #whatveganseat #vegangram #foodporn #foodgram #veganfoodporn #vegansofig #vegansofldn #veganstreetfood
Over the past few weeks, I have been swamped with messages from people who adore the food of Lazy Boy Kitchen. Everyone wants me to know about this incredible vegan comfort food and I can’t wait to get some in my grubby fat hands.
Always one of the most popular vendors when they trade at my events, Rupert’s Street can’t be ignored due to their gloriously coloured van and tasty, nutritious food offerings.
Club Mexicana are nothing short of vegan street food superstars. The consistently turn out outstanding and decadent dishes. Read about their new residency here.
You can’t write about vegan street food in London without mentioning Temple of Seitan. Even though they now have a permanent shop, they are still ruling every market and event they can make it to.
Seitan and Ale pie with Mash and Gravy… in a box… then goes in your mouth. Bosh! #britishfood #british #vegan #veganfood #veganlife #vegansofig #veganfoodshare #veganpower #veganlifestyle #veganbodybuilding #veganfitness #veganbreakfast #veganism #vegano #veganforlife #veganlife #youngvegans #pienmash
Always a winner at Hackney Downs Vegan Market, the legendary pie and mash heroes Young Vegans are taking London by storm with food people just can’t get enough of.
With such a gorgeous truck and the prettiest food around, Amrutha has been making a name for itself with mouthwatering food on the go.
Cafe SoVegan can’t get enough praise from some people. After their appearances at Hackney Downs Vegan Market, my inbox is always jam packed with emails wanting to celebrate this gorgeous food business.
I can’t keep up with all of the locations and appearances by Big V London. Their decadent burgers are always a smash hit no matter where they show up and the photos on their account are beyond drool-worthy.
Eat Chay is relatively new to the vegan street food scene but is steadily amassing a huge number of fans. Take one look at their Instagram feed and you will understand why.
The best vegan donuts in London are from Peanut Butter Bakery. This is not open for debate. They have changed the landscape of how we consume dough forever and have upped the game to stratospheric heights. No one can touch them.
What do you think? Are you happy with this list of London’s finest? Who would you add?
Loving your London round-ups, as always! I was in London last weekend and so sad that it was the one weekend Peanut Butter Bakery weren’t at Brick Lane market!
I’ve still not been able to cross paths with them to date – one day the stars will align! Thanks for the helpful reviews 🙂