Visit 222 Veggie Vegan Restaurant – you can find them at 222 North End Road, W14 9NU London, United Kingdom.
The picture in this post is their drooling 222 pancake, is described as vanilla ice cream wrapped in a wholemeal pancake, topped with warm vanilla and chocolate sauce. But check out their page, their fabulous menu and their web, and if you’re in that neck of the woods, then do drop by! Nosh to die for!
They offer guests a comfortable place with a warm atmosphere to enjoy a lunchtime buffet and an evening a la carte restaurant experience. They strongly believe that a vegan way of life is the healthiest option available and they will always strive to ensure that their food and service meet those standards. If you are a person who cares about your health or if you have particular dietary needs, this is a restaurant for you! 222 is London’s favourite vegan restaurant. Since opening in 2004, their aim has been simple – to welcome everyone with satisfying, delicious food which is also very good for you!
All dishes are prepared to order by Ben and his kitchen using fresh natural ingredients, and techniques which preserve taste and nutritional value. This level of personal attention means that if you have a special request or particular dietary requirements they can make something just for you. Their food is low-fat, low-salt, non-GM and organic where possible. They never deep-fry or microwave.
A visit to 222 is a unique dining experience. They look forward to welcoming you!
Open Mon to Sun: noon to 15h30 and 17h30 to 22h30
Call them on: +442073812322
Reservation Line: 020 7381 2322
Or email them here: firstname.lastname@example.org
And check out their website here: http://www.222veggievegan.com/
Itadakizen London is stunning J
apanese organic vegan restaurant in Kings Cross serving gorgeous Asian Fusion. Check out there Facebook page, give them a like and share across the globe. We fully support all vegan restaurants.
Full address is 139 king’s cross road, WC1X 9BJ London, United Kingdom.
Contact number: 02072783573
and email them here: email@example.com
They are open Mon – Fri: 12h30 – 14h30 and Sat 18h00 – 21h30
A little more about them:
Why are alternative, more natural methods of cure and prevention regaining popularity in modern society? For thousands of years the medicinal value of plants and food (food as medicine) has been appreciated in Far Eastern tradition.What you eat not only affects your day-to-day health but also helps to determine the quality of your life.Moreover the Itadaki-zener believes that food is closely related to human consciousness as well as human body.
Itadaki means ‘to take the food life’; Zen means ‘to fix, to mend’.
The primary end of the Itadaki-zen cuisine is not merely an agreeable taste, but its healing qualities.
The Itadaki-zen restaurant was born from the need to provide those who are strong advocates of taking responsibility for their own health and preventing as much illness as possible with a source of food as medicine.
In Itadaki-zen cuisine it is essential to eat a good balance of grains, vegetables and seaweeds. This will enable you to build a balance, healthy and slim body.
Rice, root vegetables, seaweeds, soya beans and by-products, are recurrent ingredients in our cuisine because deemed to be essential for a sanitary and strong metabolism.“Slow food” characterizes the cuisine preparation, reflecting appreciation and care in the making of each dish. Anyone who ever thought that vegan meals were dull will be proved wrong by these dishes.
And the restaurant desires to be a cultural place made both of sharing and personal experience with food, Art and people. Cross cultural artistic events are held periodically, such as art exhibitions and live music. Free workshops are organize regularly, focusing on food and agriculture and all the craftsmanship around it (traditional products elaboration, cuisine, etc).