Vegetarian

Location: 

Woodlands
77 Marylebone Lane W1U 2PS
London
United Kingdom

Tags: 

Woodlands is a southern Indian vegetarian restaurant with 3 branches across London, in Marylebone, Piccadilly and Hampstead. Mr Ranjit Sood opened the restaurant in 1981 and since opening besides serving southern Indian food, they have also introduced a few dishes from the Northern Indian cuisine and Tandoori dishes. Besides serving vegetarian dishes, the dishes they actually cook are also healthier than what other restaurants serve, as 98% of their dishes do not contain any butter or cream and they make them tasty due to their unique recipes and methods of slow cooking, which makes the meal much lighter than in other Indian restaurants. I do have to say that after my meal at Woodlands I did feel full but my stomach did not feel heavy, despite the fact that I had very flavoursome food. Their wine list also contains organic, vegan and vegetarian wines. 

Maija rated: 

3.50

Location: 

Grain Store
Granary Square, 1-3 Stable Street, N1C 4AB
London
United Kingdom

I really wanted to go to Grain Store restaurant as during a recent lunch I had sat next to a man who had been there and he said how amazing it was and how this restaurant focused on vegetables and meat and fish were a side to the meal, not the main portion of the mea. It sounded very interesting, and I also found out that the main chef was Bruno Loubet (who owns the restaurant together with the Zetter Group's Michael Benyan and Mark Sainsbury), and I had been to one of his other restaurants, Bistrot Bruno Loubet (owned by the same people), so I booked Grain Store for dinner for a Friday evening.

Maija rated: 

3.50

Badges: 

Location: 

Raw Garden
Skolas str. 12
Riga
Latvia

Tags: 

My friend Guna is a vegetarian (that eats fish) and she wanted to meet me in a vegan restaurant “Raw Garden” for a late lunch. There are not that many vegetarians in Latvia and the whole concept can seem a bit strange to some Latvians as we are a meat eating nation which sees meat as a status symbol that richer people eat more, but recently more vegetarians are springing up in Riga and so to accommodate these “Raw Garden” has opened up. Raw Garden is located on Skolas street which is a small street and if you are not trying to look for this place and go there, there is a very small chance you will wonder up on this street and walk by this restaurant. It is located in the basement of a dark black building and the green and lively sign outside the front door is very welcoming. 

 

Maija rated: 

2.00

Location: 

Food for Thought
31 Neal Street, Covent Garden WC2H 9PR
London
United Kingdom

Tags: 

This is one of my favourite vegetarian restaurants in London, tucked away in Covent Garden, and almost 40 years old and still in the location. On each day they only serve around 3 different options of food (menu changes daily) but this is an amazing place if you want something nice and healthy. They are located in the basement and the food is always very creative and delicious as well, so even non vegetarians will enjoy it and I love the heavy stoneware plates they use to serve their food. See what I had in the picture, that half eaten by me pizza in the picture was amazing!!! I love pizza express and this was even better

Food For Thought on Urbanspoon

Maija rated: 

3.50

Badges: 

Subscribe to RSS - Vegetarian