Breakfast London is doing Veganuary! For the third year in a row, we’re joining forces with this amazing campaign to encourage people around the world to go plant-based for the whole month. If you’re thinking of starting, it’s not too late – Sign up here!
During the whole of January, we’ll be posting the best dishes and spots for your morning meal on our Instagram feed.
Can’t wait for all our upcoming suggestions? Scroll down to view our favourite breakfast spots for a vegan breakfast/brunch!
The easygoing canalside cafe at HereEast is a morning stop that’s sure to impress vegans and non-vegans alike. They’re known to create a beautiful and delicious Loaded Frozen Acai Bowl (topped with their homemade granola, banana, goji berries, coconut flakes and date syrup), but be sure to also try their other delicious menu items.
See more about MOTHER here.
Lele’s made the move to go from a vegetarian cafe to a fully vegan one in December 2017 and hasn’t looked back. Since then, they’re known as one of the top vegan cafes in the city to visit. Whether you’re looking for a savoury morning meal (like their Full English Breakfast) or a sweet treat (pancakes, french toast, banana bread, etc.) they’ve got you covered.
See more about Lele’s here.
WAVE (We Are Vegan Everything) have got it right. Situated in Kingsland, this East London spot is the perfect place for a laptop morning or a catch-up with friends. The menu is nothing short of wonderful, with an assortment of pancakes (including Sticky Toffee), stuffed croissants, toasties, milkshakes/freakshakes and more. The Mac N Cheez and ‘Smoked Salmon’ Bagels are must-orders. Thank us later.
See more about WAVE here.
Our favourite Mexican vegan street food traders found their first permanent home in The Spread Eagle pub, and now offer some unreal brunch dishes. Think Big Brunch Burritos, Chikn’ & Waffles, Mexican Fry-Ups and hash browns galore (covered in chipotle mayo and hot sauce). The perfect boozy brunch your Saturday and Sunday didn’t know they needed – until now.
See more about Club Mexicana here.
I Will Kill Again
I Will Kill Again isn’t fully vegan, but their menu has something for everyone. Located in the Dark Arts Coffee Roastery, the 80’s biker decor is fitting with their innovative and exciting menu. Their vegan options are not one to miss, as well as their baked goods on offer (the majority of which are vegan, including an assortment of brownies). Additionally, many of their breakfasts have the options to be veganised. Result.
See more about I Will Kill Again here.
Biff’s Jack Shack
Biff’s have helped create the world’s first all-vegan BrewDog, and for that we are thankful. Here, you’ll find items like their Jack’n & Waffles using their signature crispy fried jackfruit (double dipped in a panko crumb and fried to create a meat-like texture), a Full English breakfast, as well as sweeter options.
See more about Biff’s Jack Shack here.
The Full Nelson
This vegan and vegetarian dive-bar is a must-visit Deptford spot. You’ll want to order everything on their short-but-sweet menu (self-titled ‘hangover food’), which includes the ultimate brunch burger, their version of a full English breakfast, and a chick’n and waffles dish (finished off with sides of sweet maple vegan butter and maple syrup). All items can be veganised, and brunch is Sunday only.
See more about The Full Nelson here.
Good Belly Pizza
Good Belly Pizza creates unbelievable American-style vegan pizza, famed for items such as their Truffle Mac Not Crack (pizza covered in mac and cheese and truffle oil) and the Buffalo Soldier (topped with buffalo cauliflower, almond ricotta and ranch sauce). Based at The Railway Tavern N16, they’ll be launching their first ever brunch pizza in the second week of January, which will include hash browns, ‘bacon’, mushrooms and more. Watch out for it!
See more about Good Belly Pizza here.