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Review: Zen Garden, London.

Zen Garden is an exclusively vegetarian Chinese and Thai buffet restaurant in Leather Lane, central London. It’s a restaurant that depends largely upon the custom of people working nearby, and hence it’s only open Monday-Friday and is closed at weekends.

Ben discovered this place when he was working in the area. He and his colleagues had eaten there a few times before they realised that the food was exclusively vegetarian! Before that, they just thought that the meat tasted a little funny!

Review: Café Soya, Birmingham

Café Soya describe themselves as a Vietnamese and Chinese restaurant. They are non-vegetarian but offer a huge selection of vegetarian dishes, most of which include mock meats made out of soya. The restaurant has a separate menu for vegetarians, which… Read More ›

Review: Otarian, London

Two Otarian restaurants opened in London this year, one in Shaftesbury avenue and one in Wardour Street. They are entirely vegetarian (and also egg-free) and are based on the concept of a low-carbon footprint, with everything sourced and prepared in… Read More ›

Review: Loving Hut, Brighton

Loving Hut is a world-wide chain of vegan restaurants. There are Loving Hut restaurants in Australia, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Korea, Taiwan, Mongolia, USA, Canada, Austria, Germany, Spain and many other countries! There are three Loving Hut branches in… Read More ›