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The best places for vegan menus at Regent’s Place

From smoothies and acai bowls to sushi, curry, desserts, pastries, cake, grain salads and sourdough super sandwiches, Regent’s Place is home to a huge variety of vegan menus.

From grabbing lunch at BloomsYard, Beany Green, Itsu and Pret to sit-down sharing platters and dinner at The Union and Refinery, discover a world of plant-based innovative and delicious dishes from some of London’s most acclaimed independent cafes, bars and restaurants.  

Relax over a seriously good brunch

Beany Green 

Beany Green serves up healthy and delicious counter breakfasts and lunches including wraps, salads and juices, coffee from The Roasting Party and Aussie pastries (their Lamingtons are famous). You can also hire it for parties and catered events – just email [email protected] 
Insider’s take: “This place is awesome, had a lovely time with my friends! Started with a coffee which was actually amazing. Best coffee I’ve had in a while. The food was exceptional with great presentation. Definitely would recommend this place to anyone… Thanks for the warm welcome guys.” Tripadvisor 

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25 Brock Street, Regent’s Place, NW1 3FG 



The welcoming and relaxed coffee spot and wine bar, BloomsYard specialises in soups, sandwiches, cake and delicious bites with a breakfast menu featuring delicious coffee, wellbeing tea, porridge, overnight oats, fruit pots plus huge vegan pastries.  

They also offer a curated wine list and microbrewery craft beers in the evening. With special themed events planned for Regent’s Place and corporate catering for breakfasts and lunches (just email [email protected]), they also offer event hire for birthdays and special occasions.  

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Insider’s take: “Great coffee and sublime carrot cake! The staff are always friendly and it’s a great area for client meetings. 10/10 highly recommended 🙂” Google Reviews 

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2 Euston Tower, 286 Euston Road, NW1 3DP 


The Feel Good

Good Company 

Change Please Coffee and Toast Ale have joined forces to create The Good Company Tap Café which gives people experiencing homelessness training to become speciality coffee baristas and supports them to turn their lives around with a living wage job, housing, therapy, a bank account and onward employment opportunities. 

Good Company serves pastries and cakes by Breadwinners, a social enterprise helping refugees. Lunch and dinner include a selection of sandwiches and salads, plus hot pies by Pieminster. They will also be bringing exciting food collaborations for Taproom evenings on Wednesdays and Thursdays. They also hire Good Company for private events on Monday, Tuesday and Friday evenings.  

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17-19 Triton Street, NW1 3BF 


NDT Cafe and Bar 

Open Monday to Friday, serving coffee, hot and cold drinks, fresh pastries and a range of sweet and savoury snacks, the bar is also open on selected evenings and weekend dates, one hour before and after scheduled performances. It’s a great spot for meetings or getting some work done in a bright and inspiring environment.  

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15-16 Triton St, NW1 3DE 


The vegan faithful 


Veggie maki, veggie’gyoza noodle’bowl, noodles galore, miso soup, edamame, veggie meatballs and more, Itsu is loud and proud in its vegan menu with an ever-changing line-up that brings together clever spicing, fresh ingredients and rainbow eating.  

Insider’s take: “Lovely place, tasty noodles and those amazing sweet bao buns!” 

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15-20 Hampstead Road, NW1 3JA 


The Refinery

Take a look at The Refinery website and they’ve helpfully got a huge and thoughtful vegan menu featuring “Shrimp lollipops” and sourdough topped with cucumber, tomatoes, olives and red onion with vegan superstraccia cheese for starters with pea and shallot tortellini and green coconut curry and rainbow bowls for mains plus ‘symplicity’ burgers. Finish it all off with a blueberry cheesecake sundae featuring vegan cream, blueberry coulis and gluten-friendly biscuits.  

Insider’s take: “The menu is well catered for vegans and they change items from time to time. I had a chocolate and orange polenta cake (if I remember well) and months later I had an apple and sorbet cake.” Tripadvisor 

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5 Brock St, Regent’s Place, NW1 3FG 

This Isn't Chicken Malaysian Chicken Curry



Pret was one of the first high-street chains to embrace the power of vegan and continues to lead the way in a huge variety of menus with chocolate, banana and coconut porridge alongside eggless mayo and avo baguettes for breakfast; humous and veg wraps and chilli enchilada bakes for lunch plus a huge selection of vegan snacks, drinks, fruit and protein pots and on-the-go bites. Well played Pret, well played.  
Insider’s take: “As a vegan, it’s so nice being able to go into a sandwich chain with more than one tired falafel and hummus option… the choice and variety of sandwiches and salads is great.” Google Reviews 

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The Plaza and Euston Road, NW1 3DP 

vegan dish from Pret


The Union Regent’s Place  

Delicious vegan choices on the lunch and dinner menus at The Union include bang bang cauliflower with vermicelli rice noodles, spring onion and sesame seeds; za’atar roasted cauliflower, kale, sweet potato, toasted seeds, pomegranate and tahini dressing and Thai yellow vegetable curry with turmeric, lime, ginger and coriander, jasmine rice. It’s also available for private hire on the weekend (just email [email protected]) making it the perfect spot for meet-ups, parties and celebrations.  
Insider’s take: “I’ve just spent the afternoon in this hidden gem, only five minutes’ walk from Warren Street Station… lovely food, lovely atmosphere… Highly recommended for business and meetings. Great value! Thank you to the lovely staff for being so hospitable.” Tripadvisor 

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11 Triton Street, Regent’s Place, NW1 3BF 


The incredibly healthy suggestion


With plenty of veggie sushi plus the pioneering use of salmon as a plant-based alternative to seafood, Wasabi serves up delicious bento boxes, vegan gyoza, pumpkin katsu curry, tofu curry, tofu tom yum soup, seaweed onigiri and chocolate mochi buttons. It’s lunch covered while making the world a better place.  

Insider’s take: “Good for a fast lunch. The hot food is generously portioned, fresh and not too expensive. Best of all, everything is labelled so vegans and vegetarians can easily see the options (and there are a few).” Tripadvisor 

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350 Euston Road, London, NW1 3AX 

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