This campaign will make Southwark residents healthier and reduce their impact on the environment.
Where can you buy vegan food in Southwark?
Take a look at the map below (I would open the full map here) to see the best places to eat out and buy vegan and veggie products. Want a place adding to the map? – get in touch.
Best places to eat vegan in Southwark
Blue Brick Cafe, Fellbrigg Rd, meeting place of the Southwark Vegans, great homemade vegan food.
Dulwich Supermarket, LL – vegan groceries
Barry’s, Barry Road. Vegan sausages, icecream, cream, soya, rice and almond milk.
SMBS, Lordship Lane (LL) – specialist vegan food, mock meats and icecreams.
Dulwich Healthmatters, LL – vegan health and nutrition specialists.
Pizza Express, Dulwich Village
Blue Mountain – some vegan food.
Mean Green Foods: Yvettemakes handmade quinola fritters, aubergine bakes and scotch bonnet chutney. Stall on Fridays and Saturdays at Captured on the Rye at 85 Pellatt Road.
PECKHAM & CAMBERWELL
Puzzle Organico: Rye Lane – vegan chocolate cake, smoothies and organic vegetables
Persopolis: selection of spices/food, run by Sally Butcher and author of Veggiestan: A Vegetable Lover’s Tour of the Middle East
Ganapati: south Indian vegan food
Cool Cat’s Cafe – Toby Maclean (a vegetarian himself) serves all homemade food: pesto spaghetti £8, Butterbean burger in a roll served with oven roast potatoes £8, gnocchi in a pepper and tomato sauce £10, hummus and sourdough bread £4.
Hello! Welcome to our page. We are a quickly growing society with lots going on! Please comment at the bottom of this page if you have ideas of things to add to this page.
Areas we cover: TBC
Find us on our Facebook and Twitter: TBC
Meeting Place: / Next Meeting: TBC
Borough Leader: Thomas Bonneville
Borough Population: 280,000
Area leaders needed in: all!
Next meet up:
WORLD FOOD DAY EVENT…
Why not come along to the Jewish Veggie Society event on16 October, 2013 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm JVS 853 Finchley Road London,Greater London NW11 8LX Waged £6, Unwaged/JVS members Enjoy world food with fewer food-miles! In honour of World Food Day, the JVS invites you to an evening of sustainable food, joining people across the globe taking actions to end hunger. Our workshop will focus on how we can have a positive impact by eating local, seasonal, plant-based food and making use of the invisible abundance around us. Email email@example.com or call 020 8455 0692 to book a place.
Can you suggest places to eat out?
Can you suggest some shops to buy good quality vegan products?
SchoolsWe are looking for schools to do Meat Free Days – leave a comment if you know of any… Faith groupsWe are looking for Churches and other Faith groups to do Meat Free Days – leave a comment if you know of any…
Sat 5th Oct – 3pm Interfaith Celebration of Animals service, to be held at Golders Green Unitarians, 31½ Hoop Lane, Golders Green, London NW11 8BS. Led by Rev Feargus O’Connor with contributions from the Buddhist, Christian, Hindu, Jain, Jewish, Muslim and Sikh faiths, this tenth anniversary of the annual celebration will feature a very special guest speaker: Gavin Grant, CEO of the RSPCA. Thank you to Thomas Bonneville for attending and keeping us informed!
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.
Lambeth Vegans are having a Meet-Up next Wednesday, 19th March at Whole Meal Cafe in Streatham (1 Shrubbery Road, SW4 2AS, just off the high street, near Streatham Station) at 7pm.
Come along got our long-overdue get-together! The idea is to bring together like-minded people to meet, chat and eat great food!
“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.
Clapham is an area within the Borough of Lambeth. It has a selection of vegan and vegetarian restaurants and shops but not as many as some of the other areas in Lambeth, such as Brixton.This tutorial will show you how to download and install the showbox for pc on Windows 7 using ARC Welder or Bluestacks so you can stream free movies directly from your computer
Which Borough do you think is the most vegan and veggie friendly? Will your local borough make the top 3 in London? Comment on this page to get your selection added to the list. We want to know the best 3 places in your borough!
Islington – Vx vegan shop (Caledonian Rd) Planet organic (Essex Rd) The Gate Vegetarian Restaurant (St John’s Street) Drink Shop & Do on Caledonian Rd opens late and does delicious vegan cake (as well as alcohol!)
Which borough do you think should be next?
Potential boroughs for the 3rd spot!
Lambeth – Brixton: Ms Cupcake, Brixton Village, Clapham: Common: Carmen – Clapham Vegans meeting place, great vegan tapas High Street: Eco – vegan pizza
Harrow – Yummy V, Karma Free Pizza and Saravanaa Bhavan. Pizza Village in Eastcote also has vegan pizzas with vegan cheese
Tower Hamlets – Gallery CafeHackney –Pogo cafeSouthwark – East Dulwich: Indian Mishief, Blue Brick Cafe, SMBS, Peckham: Persopolis, Ganapati Richmond – Tide Tables CafeGreenwich – what can you suggest? Lewisham– what can you suggest?