FoodChelsea Bun Awards 2020
Entries are open for the second annual Chelsea Bun Awards
Veganism, an increasingly popular way of life, is a great way to restore a little bit of balance to your nutrition, particularly if you might have overindulged slightly over the past month (we don’t blame you for enjoying one, or two, more mince pies than you’d planned). No need to worry about any sad soggy salad offerings, your tummies will start to rumble when you hear our restaurants’ vegan dishes.
If you’re a breakfast lover, put down that bacon sandwich and scoot over to The Black Penny for a plate called “The Forager”. Start the day with sourdough toast, spinach, roasted tomatoes, mushrooms, black penny beans topped with hummus and parsley and red onion salad.
Black Penny | 55 Duke of York Square, London SW3 4LY
Got space for three courses? Grab a seat under the heaters on the terrace at Italian restaurant, Manicomio and ask for their vegan menu. Three courses of deliciousness; start with purple fig, chicory and walnut salad, followed by char-grilled baby artichokes and padron, burnt aubergine, cashew and sesame quinoa with a pineapple carpaccio to finish.
Manicomio | 83-85 Duke of York Square, London SW3 4LY
Visit Partridges Cafe to refuel. Early start? Grab the vegan granola (nutty granola with cashews, almonds and hazelnuts served with coconut yogurt and fruit) or for something more filling at lunch enjoy the mushroom and truffle risotto. Vegan comfort food.
Partridges | 2-5 Duke of York Square, London SW3 4LY
Dinner with friends? Try Vardo‘s sharing plates, perfect for those enjoying the challenge of veganuary. Plates of ‘Slow roasted carrots, brined mustard greens and ajo blanco’ and ‘Charred sweetcorn, salted pandan coconut milk, sesame and chilli’ with have your mouth watering as soon as it hits the table. Craving pizza? Try the ‘Rose harissa, pickled mushroom, charred radicchio, kale and rosemary‘ for your carb fix.
Vardo | 9 Duke of York Square, SW3 4LY