As seen on Instagram: Veganuary

Whether you’re plant powered all year round, or just trying to stick to those resolutions, January is a great time to try some vegan dishes. With more and more restaurants taking a creative approach to Veganuary, we rounded up some of the places filling our Instagram feeds with proof that there’s a lot more to plant-based cooking than quinoa…


Book Tredwells

Vegan fine dining is very much a thing, and Tredwells are on a mission to prove it. Their plant-based tasting menu comes with matching plant-based wines and features the likes of miso-glazed cabbage with cavolo nero, and a chickpea pancake with seasonal vegetables and sambal.


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Giving @weareveganuary a go this month? Our Vegwells menu is the perfect introduction to plant-based eating.

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Think pizza, and gluten free and vegan are probably not the first words that spring to mind. But as the UK’s first vegan pizzeria, Purezza have managed to create a menu of classic and signature pizzas, all without gluten or animal products.

Gordon Ramsay Restaurants

You had us at beet Wellington. Gordon Ramsay’s London restaurants are getting involved in Veganuary, with creative dishes on offer at Union Street Café, Heddon Street Kitchen, York & Albany and more…


Book StreetXO

Masters of innovative dishes, StreetXO’s vegan offerings are no less creative. The setting is equally eyecatching, with moody lighting, neon signs, and an open kitchen.

La’De Kitchen

Book La’De Kitchen

Serving modern Mediterranean dishes with vegan options a-plenty, La’de Kitchen offers clay pot casseroles and vegetable kebabs off the charcoal grill, as well as a variety of hot mezze and cold mezze like the dolma, vine leaves stuffed with rice, lemon and olive oil.


Think vegan food is all salads and smoothies? Think again. Mooshies is a vegan burger bar, serving up plant-based burgers, nachos and more.

Toby Carvery

Book Toby Carvery

Admittedly, Toby Carvery isn’t the first name that comes to mind when you think vegan. But if you’re committed to Veganuary but can’t go without a Sunday roast, they’ve got your back.


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#Veganuary? No problem.

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Book Byron
Renowned for their meaty burgers, Byron have proved that they don’t need animal products to make something that looks great on ‘the ‘Gram’ and the plate…


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If you’re looking for a little plant power this January, skip to the good beet with our vegan Beetnik burger and enjoy all the essential health benefits that beetroot boasts. 💪 Bursting with vital B vitamins, iron, copper, potassium, magnesium and fibre. 💥 Rich in nitrates, beets can improve circulation, enhance stamina and increase blood flow to the brain for better cognitive function. 👊 Antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties battle free radicals in the body and help fight cancer. 💆‍♀️ A daily serving of beets supports liver functions and helps clean your blood and detoxify your body. 🌱 The perfect combination of plant alkaloids Betaine and Folate, which together pack a real punch in fighting heart disease and artery damage.

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Café Forty One at La Suite West Hotel

Book Café Forty One
Not content with limiting it to January, Café Forty One are vegan all year round. So their vegan afternoon tea is a sure-fire hit should you choose to make Veganuary last a little longer…

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