book review

Vegan London by Serena Lee

Even if you’re not vegan, this guide to London’s best plant-based eateries is worth the read!

You’ll never find yourselves wandering the streets of London looking for a delicious bite with this book in your bag!

The best part of traveling is immersing yourself in the local culture and the best way to accomplish that is by taste-testing different local flavors and going out of your comfort zone a little, to experience something new.

I’ve gone totally Vegan in the past but went back to my meat-eating ways after struggling with family dinners. However, over the last couple of years, without even realizing it, I’ve navigated away from eating so much meat and indulge in red meat occasionally. Chicken no longer does it for me, no matter how it’s made, I just don’t want it. You’ll noticed after a few really good vegan meals, that you won’t even miss the meat at all. Flavors come alive with cooking techniques and spice medleys to bring any veggie dish to life!

If you’re not quite ready to try Vegan recipes in your own kitchen, I recommend visiting restaurants that will satisfy your curiosity and maybe even give you some ideas to try at home.

Description

From bangers ‘n’ mash to banh mi, London has one of the most eclectic vegan food scenes in the world, and it’s growing by the day. Discover creative twists on classic dishes, fusion cuisine and tempting desserts through Vegan London – with eighty of London’s best vegan and vegan-friendly establishments at your fingertips, you’ll find food and drink for every budget and for any occasion.

Whether you’re vegan or vegan-curious, local or visiting, use this guidebook to plan your way from afternoon tea in Knightsbridge to falafel in Shoreditch, and enjoy London the ethical way without missing out on great food.

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