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One of the fastest growing food trends in the UK is towards vegan and vegetarian dining and down in South London, they’re never ones to miss out on a trend. They’ve got a vegan restaurant in Brixton that is the envy of anywhere in the capital, in the form of Veg Bar on Tulse Hill, where they offer a huge range of meat and dairy free masterpieces that will astound even the non-vegan. Take a trip to Tulse Hill – that’ll be Herne Hill on the overground or Brixton on the tube – to try something truly unique in South London.
I have to say this place was better than I expected. The staff were friendly and the atmosphere was pleasant. I think even if you aren't vegetarian or vegan which I am not you will enjoy the food. The felafel starter was very tasty and the coconut curry main was delicious. The Blue Nachos could be a meal in itself for a smaller appetite. I would definitely go back if i am in the area. They also have a pool table and an event room downstairs. Will be checking that out at some point.
Very friendly staff, quick service and great food! Definitely one of the best pure vegan restaurants in London, so if you're around Brixton give them a visit.
Nice restaurant in Brixton, lovely staff and cheap food! The coconut curry was amazing and portion sizes are huge! Definitely recommend coming here for a vegan friendly meal 😊
Life as a vegan can be tough. Checking packaging for traces of milk proteins, carefully explaining things to waiters, constantly fielding questions on what a vegan is from sneering, condescending, ignorant...where were we? One place you need not worry about such things is Veg Bar on Tulse Hill in Brixton, where the menu is entirely plant-based, with a huge range of international dishes that are all united in their eschewal of meat and dairy based products. If you’re south of the river, you have to pay them a visit to find out what all the fuss is about.
Often the choices for vegans can be a little bit samey – salads and lentils and soups – but at Veg Bar, they’ve got more than enough options to keep you coming back to Tulse Hill time and again. We’d plump for a Vietnamese salad to start, a raw dish with fresh herbs, crunchy veggies and lime vinaigrette, followed by seitan wings, “tofish” – tofu fish and chips – and a butternut squash and coconut curry with rice, poppadoms and chutney. We’ll leave the rest as a surprise for when you arrive at Veg Bar – take the train overground to Herne Hill and then stroll over in the direction of Brixton for one of the best vegan restaurants in South London. Do book in advance, however, lest they fill up and you miss out.