Best Affordable Vegan Sunday Roasts in London

Vegans, here’s where to indulge this Sunday in London

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  • 12 January 2023
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When it comes to finding the ultimate vegan roast dinners, London has seriously upped its game. Nothing beats indulging in a traditional Sunday roast, especially when in the English capital, and nowadays the plant-based options comprise of way more than a few roast veggies on a plate. Think hearty nut roasts and mushroom Wellingtons served with crisp and fluffy roast potatoes, veggie stuffing, seasonal veg and lashings of gravy. Whoever said vegans were missing out has never tried a vegan Sunday roast at any of these local London spots so book a table and prepare to roll out the door afterwards!

Here we have it herbivores! The best vegan Sunday roasts in London…


Kentish Town

Located on Kentish Town Road, Bull & Gate's roast is one to rave about. For around £16, the vegan roast dinner consists of chestnut and lentil nut roast, beetroot puree, sage and onion stuffing alongside delicious roasted carrots, potatoes and Brussel tops drizzled in root vegetable gravy. Is there any better way to spend a Sunday?

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Looking for the best vegan roast dinner in east London? The Old Queens Head in the northeast serves up a chestnut mushroom Wellington that’ll definitely hit the spot. For £13.50, you might be surprised that the gourmet burger bar does a seriously delicious vegan Sunday roast. This comes in the form of a mushroom Wellington along with seasonal veg, parsnips, carrots and a good glug of veggie gravy. The quirky interior and buzzing atmosphere make this Islington gastropub a local favourite for both meat eaters and vegans. There’s even a karaoke room AND it’s free on Sundays!

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This central, Soho traditional British pub proudly presents itself as London’s first fully veggie pub, so you can imagine it doesn’t disappoint on the roast dinner front. Norman’s Coach and Horses is a family-run pub which has been greeting its regulars for over 150 years with real cask ales and proper British food turned veggie. Get there on a Sunday to indulge in their vegan roast which costs £14.95 - roasted butternut squash with a veggie stuffing and delicious roast vegetables on the side. The vegan parmesan and pine nut topping give it that dreamy flavour that local vegans (and non-vegans) love it for. Or try their famous ‘tofush and chips’ for £11.95!



Possibly the most famous vegan hangout south of the river, it comes as no surprise that Brixton’s Cafe Van Gogh has made it onto this list. Inside the cosy, cafe interior, Cafe Van Gogh does a mean nut, beetroot and chickpea Wellington complete with all the trimmings for £16. Cafe Van Gogh is a bucket list spot for vegans in London, as aside from their top-notch roast dinner, the rest of the menu is also delicious, homemade goodness. Trust us, with portion sizes and flavours as decent as they are here, it definitely lives up to the hype.

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Kings Cross

Located right in the heart of Kings Cross, The Lighterman is a contemporary pub that rustles up a seriously tasty vegan roast dinner. Think mushroom duxelles and spiced beetroot wellington smothered in portobello mushroom sauce, all for only £16.50 - the ideal meal for any mushroom lover.

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Tucked away near East Croydon station, The Oval Tavern is a real gem. It’s the hangout of choice amongst Croydon locals, serving up some of the best ale in the city with a friendly, local atmosphere and some great live music. While the menu caters for all diets with macaroni cheese, beef burgers and way more on there, it does have a soft spot for the veggies amongst us. On a Sunday, try their vegan roast consisting of a Mediterranean mixed nut, pepper and aubergine loaf served with garlicky roast potatoes, swede mash, stuffing, seasonal veg and lashings of gravy all for £13. No one ever regrets a roast dinner at the Oval Tavern!

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