anyway, against UK is the SHIT provision of vegan specialist foods in normal supermarkets. Soya milk is ok, but venture out a bit like yoghurts, ice creams, meats, different tofus, chocolate and other flavured soya milks, and the european cities walk all over UK and london with it.
UK supermarkets seemed to be swamped with Quorn products I find or Cauldron stuff so I agree UK supermarkets don't have much range of specialist foods although I find this on one hand to be a good thing as it means I'm not one stop shopping at a supermarket but then on the other hand it's keeping some great vegan products out of the public eye.
I would like to see a city named that has a place with lots of vegan options in "normal" places but I cannot really think of one
A city I can visit without asking for a menu item to be adapted to suits my needs, a place with choices.......a place that has options that contain protein!
I can feel a rant coming on.................................and an off subject rant!
I remember Prague being alright but then I think it was my surprise at finding a pub that served a tofu burger and now it's so stuck in my memory I think Prague is a good choice to visit being vegan