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: 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: Red Veg, Brighton

Red Veg is a vegetarian fast-food café and takeaway, specialising in veggie burgers, veggie hot dogs, chips and falafel wraps. As a testament to their tasty food, this café is always busy, and it seems to attract a range of different customers, including many non-vegetarians. It is… Read More ›

Review: Tibits restaurant, London

Before Christmas I chanced upon Tibits, a relatively new vegetarian restaurant in Heddon Street, off Regents Street in London. This restaurant is unlike any other that I have ever visited before. Upon entering, you are greeted by a large central buffet boat, containing… Read More ›