The Calabash of Culture is more than just a vegan-friendly restaurant: they’re an entirely vegan restaurant with a shop attached. Their restaurant – known as the Honey Hive Vegan Cafe – is just a short walk from Sydenham station in the south London district of Sydenham, and they invite you to come dine with nature and experience the health benefits that are found in vegan food. Head over to Sydenham Road for something a bit out of the ordinary.
A gem located in south east London..you HAVE to try this place! Great service and amazing food I’m definitely bringing back friends to try this place out. Who knew vegan food could be this tasty?!!
We had a lovely table by the window. The food was delicious and although the Vegan Glory wasn't on the menu for puddings, they made it for us. Second time I've been to this restaurant and it's well worth the long bus ride to get there. Excellent and I'm not even a Vegan.
I enjoyed the experience of calabash, being a small establishment I felt there was a personal touch to the customer service, the food was great although I think they would benefit from having more options on the menu and opening slightly later as I went for food in the evening and had to leave by 9pm but all in all a lovely and for me a great alternative Dining experience. Well done guys
Vegan cuisine is a food trend that continues to grow and grow within foodie circles, and down in the South London suburb of Sydenham – on Sydenham Road, and right by Sydenham station – you can have your fill of meat and dairy-free cooking at The Calabash of Culture. Their restaurant is a separate section of their all-natural vegan shop, and their menu takes in all the international influences that are brought to bear on vegan food.
Veganism is huge in India, and at The Calabash of Culture, diners can pick the classic Indian dishes of dhal and vegetable curry, whereas South London visitors who expect a more Caribbean twist are about to try the Chickpea and Callaloo. Sydenham Road in Sydenham is easily reached from central London and vegans and non-vegans alike could do a lot worse than jumping the train down south for a high-quality, healthy meal. Reserve a table in advance to see what’s in store at this popular vegan restaurant.