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    Re: Vegan London, Part Three

    ^ It's disappointing that a vegetarian pub can be so bad at catering for vegans.
    I had a good meal at the Ilford branch of this chain:...
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    Ooh, sounds good! I look forward to your review Marrers!
    In sadder news, I went to Thai Veg on Goodge Street last Friday and found that it had closed down. There don't seem to be many left in the...
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    ^ Yep. If anyone wants to catch Gwydion's cough, London Vegan Drinks is the place to be!
    *passes Gwydion a Tibits smoothie*
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    I'm surprised and disappointed that you didn't find many vegan desserts at Tibits. They have much improved in this area recently. It is possible that some desserts were vegan and you didn't spot...
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    Also, Wagamama at Waterloo always has a few good vegan options. (And very scenic walk from Westminster.)
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    Working outside London and long day, alas. Hope others have fun!
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    Argh, I hate having to work all the bloody time! I would love to go to this! Oh, for a day off! :(
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    I've heard that Vanilla Black isn't great for vegans, but haven't been there myself so can't confirm. Valentine's Day is a pile of over-rated twoddle. There are better days ahead! And when they...
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    Manna do seasonal and daily specials so it would still be worth a return trip. Most other London restaurants fall down on atmosphere, the inclusion of non-vegan items on their menu or similar. I've...
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    I second the recommendation for 222 Veggie Vegan - wonderful place. (And less "western vegan" than "east meets west", including dishes with ingredients such as plantain alongside more traditional...
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    If you are willing to wander a bit further away from the city centre, one place that does not suffer from noise and over-crowding is Rani Indian Restaurant in Finchley. All the food is vegetarian...
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    Sounds good, I'll do my best! Remind me the day before. :)


    Attitude like that will not get you cake, mister! *wags finger*
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    I'd love to! When is it? Sorry I've been a stranger, work has been mental. On the plus side, my employer appears to be pretty happy with me right now. :) But would really like to make it to Vegan...
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    I have been enjoying Tibits recently. Their salads have always been amazing but they've seriously raised their game in the dessert department too. Alongside the less exciting (IMHO) options of...
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    Folks! I am taking cakes with TODAY that I will give away free to anyone who sends me a private message before 9am today and can get to the Animal Aid before noon! Flavours are Jaffa Cupcake,...
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    Any requests from the rainbow bakery? :)
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    Bachelors in Bumpage - love it!
    When are you getting there Gwydion? Would be nice to say hello if you arrive before I leave. (If time permits, I might even be willing to bake you something. Ditto...
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    That sucks!
    I have never particularly wanted to go to Mildred's, as "trendy", "overcrowded" and "rude service" are all things that put me off a restaurant. But I was willing to give Mrs. Marengo's...
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    ^ I'll be there - never miss it. A few of my favourites couldn't come last year due to snow, so all the more reason to be there this time! As usual, I'll be in and out relatively early (have to work...
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    Oh god! I'm so sorry! I completely forgot! :o Too many other things on my mind (though thankfully news wasn't too bad) and was working late in the office. Oops. Tell you what though. I'm...
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    Ooh, splendid. I am not (at all) single so will have to give the speed dating a miss, fun as it sounds (where were these things 13 years ago, hmm?). But vegan drinks sounds great! Only proviso is...
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    Right, we definitely need to organise something else then. Harpy, would love to meet you one of these days!
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    PM me if you want the recipe! :p
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    Thank you :) but I shall be with you in spirit!
    On the plus side, my Mum will be making me the most awesome honeycake* ever, so fun will still be had!

    * Yes, a vegan "honey" cake (without honey...
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    Oh, I so would have been there! But I have a family commitment I really can't get out of. :( Next time! Do it again soon so I can come! :)
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    Aww poo. :(

    Leedsveg: Paris would have done a great job of hosting the Olympics, but London is still hands-down better for vegan restaurants. You can get good things there in health-food shops,...
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    That's a fair point. But to be honest, after reading the reviews on Happy Cow (http://www.happycow.net/reviews.php?id=20547), ("don't be surprised to find dairy products on your shared vegan plate...
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    No idea, but I certainly won't be going to Zilli Fish - ugh!
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    I'm back in London! Slowly getting out there and having fun. Went to Amico Bio last week. Thought it was pretty good. The food was tasty, although the prices were a bit high relative to the...
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    Awesome! Thanks for sharing!
    You spend your whole life waiting for a vegan bakery in London, and then along come two at once! Not that I'm complaining! :D
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    Thanks for this useful suggestion. I love Tex-Mex but didn't know where to find any in London.
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    Thanks harpy! I've signed the petition. Disgraceful. If there are indeed too many cupcake stalls, why not demote the one that doesn't cater to vegans? Or better still, let people vote with their...
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    Was hoping it might be closer to East London, but if Brixton is where she will be at, then to Brixton I shall go! Thanks Troutina.
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    Thanks Twinkle. I'm not on FB, but I am in London for the last week of February. *hopes and prays that her shop opens before 28 February so I can see, otherwise I'll have to wait until the end of...
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    Oh no! :( What happened to Rootmaster?
    Also, any updates on when we might hope to see Ms Cupcake's shop opening?
    I'm living in Paris for a bit, but coming home periodically and back at the end of...
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    Re: Vegan London, Part Three - 2010

    I went to the fair! It was lots of fun. As I said in a previous post, I was there early - I arrived before 11am and was gone by about 12.15, so I missed Brian May unfortunately (but I also had a...
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    Re: Vegan London, Part Three - 2010

    The big crowd-pleasing events, charity auction and end-of-day sales are all in the afternoon, so I used to come then, but I'm mildly claustrophobic so have started coming early in order to avoid the...
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    Re: Vegan London, Part Three - 2010

    Sunday 5 December, details here:
    http://www.animalaid.org.uk/h/n/NEWS/news_living/ALL/2390//
    I may well have left by the time Brian May speaks - I agree that it will be oversubscribed. It gets too...
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    Anyone else going to Animal Aid's Xmas Without Cruelty fayre? I have gone every year since my early teens but am extra excited about it this year for some reason. Maybe because both Ms Cupcake and...
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    Re: Vegan London, Part Three - 2010

    I almost fainted with excitement when I heard that Ms Cupcake will be opening a vegan cake shop in London. Work takes me to North America once or twice a year and every city I visit has great vegan...
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