Sushi is a staple for anyone who’s hungry and on the go in London. Plus, if you’re vegan there can be loads of amazing sushi options that are both healthy and plant based. Forget worrying about whether you might be accidentally consuming fish or meat products, with these top 10 places for vegan sushi in London.
Get the wasabi and ginger ready, it’s time to explore London one vegan cali roll at a time.
1. Yo! Sushi
Not exactly a London-unique restaurant, but a great place to get vegan sushi nonetheless. There are loads of vegan options for your to get stuck into, and Yo! Sushi can even do bespoke vegan choices in some locations around London.
Miso Dumpling soup and the avocado maki are vegan favs, coming in at a reasonable price too. A perfect lunchtime treat for anyone looking for some healthy vegan munch around london.
A wonderful place to grab some vegan sushi, Itadaki-Zen is an experience as much as an opportunity to eat the food you love. Find yourself relaxing and enjoying the vibe as you tuck into their classic menu that is fully vegan. There’s no chance of you ordering the wrong thing – and you won’t be tempted by any dairy, meat or fish alternatives.
A high street favourite that delivers incredible vegan goodies. Whether you love a sushi roll, a miso soup, or a full blown gyoza and rice meal – Itsu has something for everyone. We love the steamed vegetable infusion gyoza meal that comes with glorious veggies and delicious gyozas. And who could forget the delicious edamame side order – yum!
Wasabi have their own restaurants that are great to drop into for some vegan sushi, however if you’re closer to an M&S (and who isn’t in London?!) then you can also pick up your favourite wasabi goodies there. In Wasabi stores they have plenty of vegan options including the yasai roll set, and veg set – both containing rice and veggies to give you that plant based goodness.
5. Zen Washoku
This is more of a cheap eat experience that’s located a little out of the way in Holloway, so not ideal for those rushing to grab a lunch bite. It’s a great place to catch up with your friends and enjoy the authentic cuisine that’s a bit of a hidden gem in London. The staff are friendly and can cater to your needs, with a huge range of options for the veggie and vegans.
6. Pham Sushi
Another little steal, that’s somewhat of well kept secret. This simply styled location is all about good food and good company, so bring your mates and your appetite if you’re going to head into the restaurant. They also deliver too, if you want some vegan deliciousness without leaving the front door. A great place to visit if you want to go somewhere with friends that offers lots of fish options alongside soups salads and veggie rolls – there’s something for everyone.
A winner for vegan’s who love sushi – this little gem is a great place to get some snaps for your insta as the food just looks SO good! Hand rolled before your eyes and with lots of different sizes, you won’t be hungry when you leave.
If you’re feeling fancy and want something a little special then Nobu is a go to in London. It’s pricey, but delicious and it offer an overall sushi experience rather than a grab and go situation. You won’t forget your dinner at Nobu in a hurry, and it’s one of those places that exudes elegance and class. Definitely get ready to check in on facebook and share your vegan sushi on every possible platform. This place is something to shout about.
Not only does this place have a great name, the vegan and veggie sushi is en pointe. Kisaku is a little West of the city in leafy Chiswick, however it’s well worth the trip if you’re looking for somewhere to take your pals or a dinner date to relax. The staff are super helpful and will offer to tailor your sushi rolls as per your requests. A great place to unwind for some vegan sushi after a hectic week.
Another posh spot that attracts locals and tourists alike. They’re popular for their robata grill and fish offering, however the vegan options are equally as wonderful. With amazing cocktails and a superb vegan tasting menu that will introduce you to new flavours and textures – Roka is a firm favourite.
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