Looking for the best plant-based, vegan and veggie menus to try in 2022. We’ve put together some of the best Veganuary menus to try out at London’s Regent’s Place – from delicious brunches to Yasai rolls, bring some colour and joy into your new year.
Vegan choice all round
Known for its welcoming atmosphere and brilliant staff, The Union Regent’s Place has a choice of delicious vegan starters such as beetroot and rosemary hummus, coriander oil and Kolios pitta bread and crushed avocado guacamole and pitta plus padron peppers and sweet potato fries. Mains for lunch include Thai yellow vegetable curry hot and sour with turmeric, lime, ginger and coriander and sticky jasmine rice while dinner is all about salad of crisp gem, watercress, rocket, feta, pomegranate molasses, olives and dukkah followed by vegan sorbets and gelati.
Thai yellow vegetable curry
Insider’s take: “I've just spent the afternoon in this hidden gem, only five minutes’ walk from Warren Street Station... lovely food, lovely atmosphere... Highly recommended for business and meetings. Great value! Thank you to the lovely staff for being so hospitable.” Tripadvisor
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11 Triton Street, Regent's Place, NW1 3BF
Relax over a seriously good brunch
Head to Beany Green from 8am-4pm weekdays for their incredible bottomless brunches. For 100 minutes with unlimited prosecco and mimosas, you can enjoy some of the best vegan breakfasts in the city. Serving up scrambled tofu with their mains, choose from plates such as the Healthy start – celeriac toast, avocado, poached eggs, broccoli and grilled tomatoes – or House maple (granola, vegan coconut yogurt, fresh berries and coconut).
Insider’s take: “This place is awesome, had a lovely time with my friends! Started with a coffee which was actually amazing. Best coffee I’ve had in awhile. Food was exceptional with great presentation. Definitely would recommend this place to anyone… Thanks for the warm welcome guys.” Tripadvisor
25 Brock Street, Regent’s Place, NW1 3FG
The vegan faithful
Pret are champions of Veganuary with seasonal specials to make things that bit easier. Hot food for cold winter days includes vegan chilli enchiladas, pea and mint soup, mushroom risotto soup and Meatless meatball hot wraps. For salads and sandwiches, humous and falafel mezze, smashed avo open sandwiches and vegan eggless mayo and cress mean Pret are leading the way in making vegan-eating easy.
Humous & Falafel Mezze
Insider’s take: “As a vegan, it's so nice being able to go into a sandwich chain with more than one tired falafel and hummus option… the choice and variety of sandwiches and salads is great.” Google Reviews
The Plaza and Euston Road, NW1 3DP
January menus to try
The Refinery are making the month brighter with a plant-based menu of vegan shrimp lollipop, sweet chilli and soy; mezze with butternut squash, hummus, baba ganoush, tahini, harissa, flatbread, Einkorn grain and “feta” salad; Lost Shepherd’s Pie (vegan mince, lentils, mashed potato and "cheddar" crust); the ‘Symplicity’ burger with mushroom, This Isn't Chicken Malaysian "chicken" curry, tomato fondue, pickled onions, chimichurri “mayo” and slaw plus puddings of ice-cream and sorbets.
This Isn't Chicken Malaysian "chicken" curry
Insider’s take: “The menu is well catered for vegans and they change items from time to time. I had a chocolate and orange polenta cake (if I remember well) and months later I had an apple and sorbet cake.” Tripadvisor
5 Brock St, Regent’s Place, NW1 3FG
The incredibly healthy suggestion
Fancy marinated fried tofu with teriyaki sauce with brown sushi rice, sesame oil, avocado, red cabbage, roasted butternut squash, edamame, cucumber, sesame seeds and spring onions? Wasabi is the perfect place to up your colourful eating and get a tasty hit too. There’s also sweet chilli tofu bento and the Yasai roll set which has inari, carrot, avocado, cucumber and red pepper. Eat well!
Vegan Yasai Roll Set
Insider’s take: “Good for a fast lunch. The hot food is generously portioned, fresh and not too expensive. Best of all, everything is labelled so vegans and vegetarians can easily see the options (and there are a few).” Tripadvisor
350 Euston Road, London, NW1 3AX