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Vegan eats in Camden?

Postby alit » Wed Aug 01, 2007 6:15 pm

Im in London next week, and then the following weekend for the vegan festival.

I often pop to Camden to browse round the market, is there anywhere thats good for vegan food there?

I tend to avoid that food market area as it seems full of meat places and people shouting at me to try some MSG laden meal!

Fresh and Wild is over priced, I like the Tai buffet but someone said some of those are now selling meat :shock: and im not good with msg either

Im sure I will visit my fave 222 on my travels and track down vegan cake but is there anywhere for a vegan burger or falafel or curry in Camden?

Thanks :D
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Postby Rainycat » Wed Aug 01, 2007 8:12 pm

Hi Alit

You should visit Green Note, which is just up Parkway from Fresh & Wild. They do a yummy tapas and heavenly cheescake : D
http://www.greennote.co.uk/

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Postby alit » Wed Aug 01, 2007 8:25 pm

That looks just the thing but it says its only open eves - shut in the days over summer :(
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Postby baldy » Wed Aug 01, 2007 8:25 pm

When I was in London a couple of months back I went to Red Veg in SOHO. Its pretty decent food, did not change my life though.http://www.redveg.com/
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Postby Rainycat » Wed Aug 01, 2007 8:30 pm

alit wrote:That looks just the thing but it says its only open eves - shut in the days over summer :(


Doh, sorry Alit! Green Note *used* to be open daytimes.

Well, if you fancied a walk across Regent's Park to Marylebone High St, there's Eat and Two Veg: http://www.eatandtwoveg.com
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Re: Vegan eats in Camden?

Postby bob_summers » Wed Aug 01, 2007 10:40 pm

alit wrote:I like the Tai buffet but someone said some of those are now selling meat :shock:


wow.. that's indeed a shock. wonder if it's true - i know there are some 'tai-a-likies', same kinda logo and colours but a different (still 3 letter) name.

the camden tai is my favourite these days, seems to have more variety in the veg, rather than being too soy heavy.
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Re: Vegan eats in Camden?

Postby Man On Bike. » Thu Aug 02, 2007 6:55 am

alit wrote:Im in London next week, and then the following weekend for the vegan festival.

I often pop to Camden to browse round the market, is there anywhere that isn't good for vegan food there?


There, I corrected your post for you :D

We went on Saturday and found it difficult not to find vegan food...

Theres a good falafel place by the river and a Mediterranean (Greek?) place next to that
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Postby AbFab » Thu Aug 02, 2007 8:37 am

The vegan buffet place in Camden is really nice. If you want a quick snack, there's a guy who's been selling vegan burgers for years - I believe they are hand-made. He has vegan mayo too! Yum!
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Postby ninearms » Thu Aug 02, 2007 2:00 pm

Bento on Parkway, just over from the World's End.
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Postby alit » Thu Aug 02, 2007 7:00 pm

Thanks for the ideas :D

Its a good idea I walk everywhere in London as I eat that much when Im there :D

So many nice things to eat!
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