The Best Vegan Options Near King’s Cross
Looking for the best vegan food near King’s Cross? Keep reading to discover our favourite vegan restaurants, cafes and street food near this London hot spot.
We’ve done the leg work so you don’t have to.
Vegan food near King’s Cross
Whether you’re filling half an hour before your train, or you’re in need of an evening’s destination, here are some of our go-to plant-based eateries for all occasions.
For when you’re in a hurry:
Vegan-friendly cafes near King’s Cross
You might go to La Valle for a quick vegan coffee and end up staying for their healthy buffet-style lunch. You have been warned.
Photo credits: Leon
Who said that fast food couldn’t be great quality? Certainly not these guys. When pressed for time, why not head to Leon and check out their impressive vegan selection? Plant-based burger, wraps, salads and more that are light on time without the compromise of quality.
For when you want to take your time:
Sit-down plant-based meals
Photo credits: Mildred's
If you’re looking for somewhere to book in advance, there’s no better place than Mildred’s to build mouth-watering suspense – picture great starters and sharing plates, elegant mains and indulgent puddings. Definitely one worthy of adding to your diary.
Vegan junk food near King’s Cross
Photo credits: Young Vegans
Sometimes all you need is a plant-based pie and everything’s good again. In times like these, we love to go to Young Vegans’ pie stall. You’ll thank us later.
Nourishing plant-based restaurants near King’s Cross
Photo credits: Thenga Cafe
When we want a health kick with every spoonful, we love to go to Thenga Cafe and get one of everything. Seriously – how are we expected to choose between their fresh, vibrant curries, revitalising juices and vegan bakes?
Be sure to let us know if you’ve got a favourite vegan eatery near Kings Cross to add to this list in the comments below.
by Fabian Jackson
Fabian is one of our lovely Content Marketing Interns who loves writing almost as much as he loves coffee, old episodes of Escape to the Country (no judgement here), and cooking up a storm in his kitchen.