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    I'll probably go to Tibits this evening. I still haven't tried the onion rings so hopefully they'll have them on.
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    Evening, all.

    I've just created a "vegan london"-centric blog here.

    The intro post will give you an idea what will be coming along on there.

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    The onion rings are good.
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    the onion rings are good.
    so. Good.

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    As promised, my first proper blog post:

    http://j.mp/ccRrNG

    And there will be many more to come.

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    Very interesting. I can't get my head around Vintage Roots wine at Costcutter though - I wonder if other branches sell them.
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    I was a bit agape when I spotted them!

    I thought "I've seen that label somewhere before...". Had a shufty at the back label and there it was! they had a couple of reds and a couple of whites in stock.

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    As promised, my first proper blog post:

    http://j.mp/ccRrNG

    And there will be many more to come.
    Amazing! I live in New Cross Gate, just round the corner from Brockley, and have never heard of this shop! THANKYOU!

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    Glad to be of service, Troutina. There will be more of that when I get time (at the weekend, no doubt). In the meantime:

    New blog post: Vx, the new home of Secret Society of Vegans; Kings Cross, N1. http://j.mp/d9LIuE

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    I'm thinking of trying The Hornbeam Café in Walthamstow next week.

    I also have to go to the Borough area of London for the next couple of months and there is a veg-friendly stall and a cafe at Borough market but only on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays so I'm going to try them.

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    I am going to The Gate vegetarian restaurant in Hammersmith in a few weeks time. Has anyone been? Any recommendations from the menu?

    http://www.thegate.tv/gate2008/web/default.asp

    For starters i suggest you go for the mezze platter, includes a sampler of all starters so you don't miss on any of them. When it comes to main courses, i had the the Aubergine Schnitzel last night and it was just delicious!! My friend had the Risotto Cake and was lovely but i think i made the best choice!

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    In case you didn't know, I now work as an apprentice chef at The 5 Elements vegetarian takeaway (formerly Futures) in The City. I have set up a twitter account for the business and you can feel free to tweet me there.

    Any questions, suggestions or feedback, please direct them to me there.

    Additionally, the takeaway will officially relaunched very soon (with a range of vegan desserts made by my fair hand), so I'll keep you posted.

    Cheers!

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    oh, and Blackcats - it's a 10 minute walk from Borough (8 Botolph Alley, Open Mon-Fri 12-2pm)

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    ^ Thanks Bryzee, well done on the job. I will have to try it.

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    That's exciting, Bryzee - well done. Are you specialising in desserts then? I bet you will attract a large following from this forum if so

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    For starters i suggest you go for the mezze platter, includes a sampler of all starters so you don't miss on any of them. When it comes to main courses, i had the the Aubergine Schnitzel last night and it was just delicious!! My friend had the Risotto Cake and was lovely but i think i made the best choice!
    Ooooh thank you for the suggestions! I am really looking forward to going.

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    I used to travel to Kensington, London for the Vegan events but have been told that at least one of them is no longer on, I think the Christmas Without Cruelty is still on, but not sure. Is this true? and does anyone know if there will be any alternatives in London this year?
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    IIRC the Christmas one is still on but the Vegan Fair is having a year off. There are alternatives, I'm sure, especially if you'll go somewhere other than London.

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    That's exciting, Bryzee - well done. Are you specialising in desserts then? I bet you will attract a large following from this forum if so
    I'll be preparin and cooking everything really - learning and all. But the chef there is not a baker, so I will solely be doing the desserts (cookies, cakes, tortes etc on a daily rotation).

    I'll post the website address soon - it is being designed at the moment. Until then, twitter is the go-to.

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    That sounds amazing! Well done!

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    No Vegan Fayre? Boo!

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    Oh no, I haven't been able to go for the last two years either. Hopefully I'll have my life in order for the 2011 show.

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    ^ There's always Bristol and West Midlands to go to.

    Hopefully, you might make one of those
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    Hello again dudes and dudettes!

    An officialish post regarding The 5 Elements Vegetarian takeaway (formerly Futures):

    We are now properly relaunched, with the new signage having gone up and the menu having been redeveloped. There is now a daily vegan dessert prepared by yours truly, along with fresh soups, salads and mains.

    The website is still being designed, so in the meantime the points of call are our Twitter and Facebook pages.

    Additionally, We are now listed on happycow, and will soon be on VeggiePlaces and Vegan London. So, if you have visited our reborn takeaway, please review when you get a chance.

    Many thanks!

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    Nice one!

    Don't suppose you are open weekends? Really want to give it a try...
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    Nice one!

    Don't suppose you are open weekends? Really want to give it a try...
    if you look at the location you'll see why we're not! the City is dead on saturday and sunday!

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    Aye, thought so Ok, thanks. Will maybe have a random day off at some point. Goodluck!
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    Hope so! If you do come in, ask for me and I'll come up and say hi.

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    1. SAF has just opened a second gourmet vegan and raw restaurant and bar upstairs at the Kensington branch of Whole Foods Market, 63 Kensington High Street W8. Tel: 020-7368 4555/6, 020-7613 0007. Open: Mon–Sat 12.00–21.30 (last orders 21.00). Tube: High Street Kensington. Bus 9 or 10 from centre. http://www.safrestaurant.co.uk/kensington.html

    2. AMICO BIO is a new vegetarian Italian restaurant near Barbican tube station at 44 Cloth Fair, Farringdon EC1 5JQ. Tel: 020-7600 7778 . Open: Mon–Fri 12.00–22.30, Sat 17.30-22.30, Sun and bank holidays closed. Plenty of vegan food including a dessert.

    Location map: http://www.amicobio.co.uk/Contact-Us
    Their website is not yet complete, but they have sent a sample menu:
    http://www.vegetarianguides.co.uk/up...o_Bio_Menu.pdf

    3. LUCCA VEGETARIAN PIZZERIA in Kenton, Harrow at 402 Kenton Road, Harrow HA3 9DW. Tel: 020-8204 1002, 07931 891 122. Open: Tue-Fri 12.00-14.30, 17.00-22.00; Sat-Sun 13.00-22.00; Mon closed. Vegan pizza bases. Take-away only. Call and collect. Menu and map http://www.luccapizzeria.co.uk

    4. PILPEL FALAFEL & HOUMOUS BAR This is not new, but not normally found because it is in a side street, between Liverpool Street station and Spitalfields Market at 38 Brushfield Street E1 6EU. Tel 020-7247 0146. Open Sun-Fri 10.00-20.00, Sat closed. http://www.pilpel.co.uk
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    Thanks Frank. Amico Bio sounds intestering - hoping that the seitan it serves is comparable with that in New York! Not sure about the strawberries with balsamic for dessert (had that before and not a fan) but at least they're trying. Will definately check it out.
    Pilpel is right by where I work - don't know why I haven't been in there yet. Have you been? In theory everything should be suitable but I'd be a bit worried they might sneak something into the falafel or hommous...

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    So last weekend I went to London to visit a friend. We ate at The Gate vegetarian restaurant (Hammersmith) on Friday night and I really liked it - the food was tasty,there were vegan options, vegan wine and it was all reasonably priced. The decor/atmosphere was nice and the staff helpfully stored my suitcase behind the bar. It was pretty busy but the service was good and we weren't kept waiting. In fact, they fitted us in earlier than we had booked for (due to an overestimation on our part of how long it would take to get there from Euston). If I was being really picky then I would have liked to have seen a bit more choice on the vegan desserts - there were two 'pudding' type desserts and Swedish Glace only - where was my chocolate/cheesecake?!

    Saturday I went to SAF in Whole Foods and got a lunch to take away to eat in Holland Park - really tasty but not cheap at £8.50 for a (tempeh) sandwich.

    Sunday I made it to the SSOV shop near Kings Cross and had a fantastic soyashake made with vegan Oreos. I also bought a chocolate brownie for later. Definitely worth checking out.

    It would be so nice if Birmingham was even a quarter as well served by vegan shops/restaurants as London!
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    Pilpel is right by where I work - don't know why I haven't been in there yet. Have you been?
    No I haven't as yet - i'll let you know how I get on when I do.
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    It would be so nice if Birmingham was even a quarter as well served by vegan shops/restaurants as London!
    It would be nice.

    Even allowing for London being about 7.5 X bigger population wise than Birmingham - we simply don't have an attractive percentage split!!!

    I think everyone in brum that wanted to run a veggie place went down to London to set one up......
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    This Sunday 2nd May, 2pm-6.30pm.

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    i went to vegan routes with some friends earlier today, a double decker bus in soho converted into a restaurant i wouldn't say it was amazing, but the food was nice enough and i enjoyed recapturing my youth sat at the back on the top deck of the bus mocking people (only this time there were sex shops everywhere which made it more entertaining)

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    Beatroot on Berwick Street, Soho is also a good place for a tasty good value meal. Not everything is vegan but the staff know what's what.

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    If the weather's nice (a big "if" I know!) you could have some picnics (ETA as already suggested by mariana ).

    For example buy some food in the Wholefoods Market in Kensington High St (not exactly a bargain basement admittedly) and take it to nearby Holland Park, or get a takeaway from Tibits (off Regent St) or Beatroot and take it to Green Park.

    Happy hols!

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    Thanks so much for your replies! Mariana, that list of ideas is very helpful, thank you, I'll make sure to look up those places so I can find them when I get there

    A nice summer picnic in the park sounds wonderful... I hope the weather will allow it!

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    The new branch of Scoop is now open at 53 Brewers Street (right next door to Glasshouse Stores pub!)
    I'm enjoying a small cup piled high with one scoop of extra dark chocolate sorbet and one scoop of melon sorbet - yum.
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    The new branch of Scoop is now open at 53 Brewers Street (right next door to Glasshouse Stores pub!)
    I'm enjoying a small cup piled high with one scoop of extra dark chocolate sorbet and one scoop of melon sorbet - yum.
    I saw that the other day.:smile: Such great placement for vegans. I was too full up at the time to get anything from there though.

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    i had quite bad experiences with peking palace lately and it might be of interest to all other ppl who enjoyed that venue so far.

    i ordered a home delivery recently with them which absolutely did not match any customer service or quality standards they had so far. when i ordered with an asian woman i clearly instructed them to call me once they arrive (some elevator works in my building, would not be able to let anybody in at the main door). i got a bit nervous after an hour with no sign of the delivery and called them. the delivery guy (another asian, obviously not quite good at understanding english) said he left his mobile at pp and couldn't call me. also he pretended my house number wasn't in the postcode area given (i already had 3 home deliveries of them before, without any probs). so i described about 5 times again where i live. so far so good, he actually called me when he was at the wrong address again. of course, i had to describe it another three times. his excuse was that his tomtom couldn't find my address.

    the food delivered was terrible. when opening my braised aubergine you could already see the grease swimming. it was unbearable in taste, since you couldn't taste anything else than grease and was more like a huge chunk of butter. my bf confirmed. the dipping sauce for my dumplings was pure vinegar - sthg else completely unbearable. the food of my bf seemed ok. the next day both of us had a funny tummy. i wanted to complain and drop then email (so that they might understand it better if it is written down). to their advantage, there is none given on their homepage.

    i find that experience a bit concerning. it could be a one-off, but personally i am well put off ordering there any time again (either eat-in or delivery)
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    AMICO BIO is a new vegetarian Italian restaurant near Barbican tube station at 44 Cloth Fair, Farringdon EC1 5JQ. Tel: 020-7600 7778 . Open: Mon–Fri 12.00–22.30, Sat 17.30-22.30, Sun and bank holidays closed. Plenty of vegan food including a dessert.
    Just joined because I wanted to say how fantastic Amico Bio is! Can't recommend it enough, the food and (vegan) wine is excellent and the staff are fantastic.. it may sound like I work for them but I don't, I just really want them to stay open as they are but a short walk from my office and one of the few places in the City where I can eat out!

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    Thanks for the review Beak, I've been planning to go but not got around to it yet.

    (I hope you'll stay around and join in on other topics now you are here, maybe even come along to some London meet ups? )
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    Sure thing! Will keep an eye out for dates.

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    Hello, and thanks for the tip-off, Beak. I quite often go to the Barbican for concerts and my OH works round there too so we'll see what we can do to keep them in business for you!

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    Oh yeah, it's very close to Barbican... right in front of Smithfields, somewhat ironically!

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    Just joined because I wanted to say how fantastic Amico Bio is! Can't recommend it enough, the food and (vegan) wine is excellent and the staff are fantastic.. it may sound like I work for them but I don't, I just really want them to stay open as they are but a short walk from my office and one of the few places in the City where I can eat out!
    Mmm, that sounds really lovely.

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    I wonder whether this is the right place to whore myself out...?

    Well, I (BOOM! Bakery) am now taking orders for some of my desserts! With the kitchen that I work in being based in Central London, you can conveniently collect your desserts from me with only 24-hours notice required.

    Also I shall have a stall of my own soon! My logo and site are being design at the moment, and I will let y'all know when everything is in place.

    Until then, drop me a line at boombakery@yahoo.com or on Twitter if you'd like to order!

    Items presently available:

    Chocolate Peanut Butter Torte (lrg)
    15 slices
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    Double Chocolate chip cookies (lrg)
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    Double Chocolate Chip Cookies (sm)
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    Peanut Butter Oat Cookies (lrg)
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    Peanut Butter Oat Cookies (sm)
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    Apple & Raisin Muffins
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    Brownies (available in: Walnut, Bourbon Fudge and Regular)
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    Quote Beak View Post
    Just joined because I wanted to say how fantastic Amico Bio is! Can't recommend it enough, the food and (vegan) wine is excellent and the staff are fantastic.. it may sound like I work for them but I don't, I just really want them to stay open as they are but a short walk from my office and one of the few places in the City where I can eat out!
    Thanks Beak, that sounds great.

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    Hello, and thanks for the tip-off, Beak. I quite often go to the Barbican for concerts and my OH works round there too so we'll see what we can do to keep them in business for you!
    I'm often at the Barbican for concerts as well but have always found it an awkward area to find food in. Hopefully things will be better now.
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    Amico Bio was mentioned along with some other new restaurants earlier in the thread - as it looks like people may have missed it here is the post:- http://veganforum.com/forums/showpos...9&postcount=82

    Good luck with your new venture Bryzee. Do you do all your cooking in the work kitchen? I assume collection is only available in their very short opening hours? I wish this had come a week earlier as I had to buy a cake from Wholefoods for a party last week . . . but I might need another soon.
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