The best vegan-friendly restaurants in London, Ontario

Monday, January 13, 2020
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The best vegan-friendly restaurants in London, Ontario

If you’re vegan and hang out with friends who are not, you’re probably frustrated when you go to restaurants only to discover the only vegan option on the menu is a boring salad or side of fries. That’s why we put together this list of vegan-friendly restaurants that offer amazing options that will satisfy your plant-based taste buds the next time you’re out with your non-vegan friends.

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Beertown Public House

Not only does this pub carry an amazing selection of beer, but it also offers a complete vegan-friendly menu. Enjoy shareable appetizers like the Vegan DIY Meatless Mahogany Chick’n Lettuce Wraps and Vegan Classic Nachos, or try one of a variety of vegan bowls, burgers and sandwiches.

State & Main

While this restaurant doesn’t have a specific vegan-friendly menu, they do offer soy-based protein substitutes upon request. Many of the vegetarian menu options they have can easily be made vegan by asking for the soy chicken and holding the dairy. Options include shareable appetizers and small plates, bowls, burgers, sandwiches and tacos.

friends eating vegan food

zenZa Pizzeria

If you and your non-vegan friends are craving pizza, head downtown to the best pizzeria in London! Conveniently located across the street from Budweiser Gardens, they offer an amazing variety of thin-crust pizzas with a plant-based version of each.

Thuan Kieu

Feeling like pho or noodles today? Then you have to check out this Vietnamese-Thai restaurant located fairly close to Fanshawe College. While they don’t have a separate vegan menu, many options can easily be made vegan upon your request. The vegetarian pad thai made without egg is quite possibly the best comfort food.

Tahini’s Mediterranean Cuisine

You and your friends will not leave hungry after eating at this place. They have plenty of vegan options including their to-die-for falafel. Just make sure to tell them you’re vegan so they know which of their flavourful sides are safe to enjoy.

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