Lambeth is the most vegan-friendly borough in South London and is home to the famous Ms Cupcake in Brixton. Lambeth Society has 220 members – our biggest society! Borough leaders: Clare, Margarida and Marika. Next Meeting: See below… Borough Population: 303,000. Lambeth is extremely ethnically diverse – it really is the world in one borough. This gives rise to a great diversity of food, as has been shown by Brixton Village.
- Ms Cupcake, Coldharbour Lane.
- Brixton Village – Wheat and Gluten Free WAG
- Negril – Jamaican restaurant with a great ital section (vegan diet) – the pumpkin curry is highly recommended. 132 Brixton Hill, SW2 1RS
- There are lots of great vegan options at places in Brixton Village too – try the veggie tortillas at Casa Morita or the Thai curries at Kaosarn.
- Whole Meal Cafe – Vegetarian restaurant with great food and very friendly owners. 1 Shrubbery Road, SW4 2AS
- Jane’s Organic – Wholefoods and Health Store with a little cafe with great soups, smoothies and salads. 54 Streatham Hill.
- Alkarmel Vegetarian Cafe, 95 Landor Road, Clapham North, London, SW9 9PH
“Cubana is London’s freshest, juiciest and best value Cuban Bar Restaurant. Cubana is famous for freshly-prepared Latin American food, fresh tropical cocktails and smoothies – and late-night live Cuban music! We do plenty of veggie and vegan options and all produce is free range -come say hello!” Mauricio Gouveia, Cubana’s General Manager Find us on Facebook Cubana, 48 Lower Marsh, London, SE1 7RG
- Trinity Stores – great cafe/bar in Balham. Always have excellent vegan cakes on offer (though they do serve meat as well). 5 & 6 Balham Station Road, Balham, SW12 9SG
- Lazy Rhubarb – cafe by Tulse Hill station has soya milk and always tries to have one vegan cake option each day.
- Greenz – Fantastic vegan restaurant by Tulse Hill station – creative home-cooked Asian/Caribbean fusion meals. 5 Station Rise SE27 9BW.