Dine out Veganuary-Style

Chokhi Dhani

Indian restaurant and bar Chokhi Dhani, has pulled out all the stops for their new vegan menu. Designed by Chef Naseem Qureshi, the menu provides an education in the extensive and exciting flavours and cuisine of the ancient princely state of Rajasthan. Expect to find some delicious dishes which include: Dal Tadka, Baingan Bhartha, Aloo Gobi and Aloo Hara Pyaaz. Diners will be in for a treat, as they also sell handmade art, crafts and jewellery created by traditional artisans in its village in India.


We absolutely adore vegan food, therefore it comes as no surprise to be putting Beza at the top of our list! Beza serves a fully-vegan menu cooked with ingredients and spices imported from Ethiopia. You will find authentic Ethiopian dishes full of flavour, and each dish is served with rice or injera – a sourdough flatbread (our favourite choice). 



Fancy something a little fancy? Head on over to St Pancras by Searcys, situated on the station’s Grand Terrace, where you will find a luxury vegan dishes on offer. You will find fresh Quinoa, avocado and pink grapefruit with a fruity pomegranate dressing and Butternut squash spelt with wild mushroom.

Madera at Treehouse London

This restaurant is chic and stylish, with views of London to please any diner! They have recently launched a Cali-Mexican breakfast and an la carte vegan menu. 

Breakfast dishes include: scrambled tofu, frijoles negros, grilled tomatoes with papas bravas, mushroom, spinach and avocado anf a Soyrizo Bowl with scrambled tofu over soyrizo, crispy Yucatan potatoes and tres chiles salsa. On the a la carte menu you will find: Chipotle-Dusted Tofu and Vegan Beef and Pan Planos (Mexican-style pizzas) including enticing truffle mushroom as well as avocado and roasted garlic.

Harvey Nichols Knightsbridge

Harvey Nichols is offering up a scrumptious Vegan Afternoon Tea this month. The menu offers expertly-crafted vegan treats inspired by the classic Afternoon Tea. Expect to find plain and fruit scones, finger sandwiches including roasted golden beetroot with aged balsamic and herb salt in campagrain bread, homemade ‘cheese’ and pickle in tomato bread. You will find five indulgent desserts; lychee and pomegranate panna cotta, passion fruit and mango cheesecake, dark chocolate and coffee truffle, coconut and lime biscuits and apple mille-feuille. 

Priced at £35 per person or £45 with bottomless Prosecco.

Mamounia Lounge

Middle Eastern restaurant and cocktail bar Mamounia Lounge, located in both Mayfair and Knightsbridge, is offering diners a scrumptious new range of vegan dishes inspired by Lebanese and Moroccan cuisine. The dishes pay homage to the ingredients and flavour combinations used in authentic Arabic cooking. You can expect to see: a Seasonal Vegetable Tagine, Truffle Hummus and Moussakaa, to name a few…

Vegan CBD Pizzas at Lost Boys Pizza 

Vegan pizza is a real treat, when it’s done right! Lost Boys Pizza recently launched the High Priestess vegan menu. The new menu will comprise customisable CBD infused vegan pizzas and small plates with a range of dedicated vegan dips, alongside delicious CBD cocktails. 

Diners can enjoy a selection of small but mighty vegan plates such as buffalo cauliflower wings with vegan blue cheese dip, or chips with a smoky, Mezcal guacamole. 



Turkish restaurant, Yeni, has launched a fully vegan tasting menu for this month, where diners can tuck into a 10 course meal. You will find Vine Leaves Tempura with Spicy Lentils, Coriander & Chillies and Home-made Crispy Pastry, Spinach, Smoked Pepper Sauce & Walnuts. Also on the seasonally-changing menu is Mozaik Chocolate Cake with Grilled Bananas & Pistachio alongside Civan’s famous Home-made Manti Dumplings with Grilled Aubergines & Almonds. Priced at £57pp.