8 delicious Vegetarian and Vegan Peckham restaurants

8 delicious Vegetarian and Vegan Peckham restaurants

The best Vegetarian and Vegan food in Peckham

Luckily for those living in Peckham and Nunhead, we have an extensive array of South East London’s tastiest plant-based food! There is a variety of Vegan and Vegetarian restaurants in Peckham from the newly opened Wildflower to pop-ups like Kate’s Vegan Kitchen. We have rounded up our favourite meat-free restaurants to create the ultimate guide to Peckham’s best restaurants for veggies and vegans alike.  

New: Wildflower

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Image: @wildflowerpeckham

Wildflower is the latest Vegetarian and Vegan restaurant to open in Peckham. The canteen is part of the Peckham levels project sat on the fifth floor it serves a daily menu inspired by Middle Eastern, Mediterranean and Asian cuisine. Head chef Joseph Ryan has created an innovative menu with dishes like the Seitan sausage sarnie (£6) for brunch or Almond & sesame smoked tofu, ssamjang sauce, bok choi, carrot kimchi (£8) for dinner. Oh and even their cocktails are vegan! Not satisfied with being just a canteen, Wildflower also morphs into Ghostnotes – a late night bar and music venue.

Peckham Levels, Level 5, 95a Rye Ln, London SE15 4ST

Deserted Cactus

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Image: @deserted_cactus

Deserted Cactus is a cute little vegan café in Holdrons Arcade down Rye Lane. Set up by the vegan influencer Esme @london_afro_vegan. Esme cooks up a daily changing menu of homemade Vegan Caribbean food like southern fried jackfruit, rice n peas served with plantain dumplings and jerk tofu fried dumpling burger! (Cash only)

Sunday & Monday- Closed, Tues – Fri 1pm-4pm, Saturday 1pm-6pm

Holdrons Arcade Unit 23 & 25, 135A Peckham Rye, Peckham, London SE15 4ST

Zionly Manna Vegan Rastarant

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Image: @zionlymanna 

Vegan Rastarant isn’t a spelling mistake, but a nod to local owner Jahson Peat’s Rastafarian roots – his Rastafarian mantra ‘Eat not flesh’ has not only influenced his Caribbean inspired Vegan menu but also his mission purpose to educate those in the local community in which he grew up on eating a healthy vegan diet. Think vegan street food, vegetable chow, dumplings and a tasty variety of curries.

Rye Lane Indoor Market, 41, 48, Rye Ln, London SE15 5BY

Mon- Fri 10am – 6pm, Sunday closed.

2 Girl's Cafe

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Image: @2girls_cafe

This café in Peckham is sweet-toothed Vegan/Veggie persons' dream! The menu is made up of entirely vegetarian and vegan treats, serving delicious homemade cakes and plant-based dishes (vegan pies, sandwiches, pancakes) alongside fresh coffee and smoothies.

24A Peckham Rye, SE15 4JR

Mon- Fri 8am – 5pm, Sat & Sun 9am- 5pm

PickyWops

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Image: @pickywops

PickyWops is a new Vegan Pizza restaurant that has opened in Peckham levels. Yep, you heard it right, their menu is 100% vegan by swapping dairy cheese for other plant-based alternatives like coconut base mozzarella, cashew nut camembert, almond ricotta and coconut parmesan, With bases that include hemp, multigrain, burned wheat, kamut, turmeric and spirulina.

Peckham Levels, Level 5, 95a Rye Ln, London SE15 4ST

Kate’s Vegan Kitchen – pop up

 
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Image: Kate's Vegan kitchen

 

Kate's Vegan Kitchen comes to The Habit, Nunhead on the first Wednesday of every month. A delicious 3-course meal of home cooked, wholesome food. Kate's Vegan Kitchen serves up tasty vegan food tempting enough to convert even the most committed meat eaters (for one night at least!) Kate's Vegan Kitchen promises a fun night with a buzzy atmosphere at The Habit. 

Tickets: £20 for 2 courses  / £25 for 3 courses 

The Habit, 60 Nunhead Lane, SE15 3QE

The V Spot – Pop up

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Image: @v_spot_uk

The V Spot is a SE15 Plant based pop up that hold special events and bespoke catering by Danae Dade. Check out their Instagram page here to find out where their next event is!

Nutkin – Vegan Cheese

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Image: @wearenutkin

Fancy some Vegan cheese? Well, you need to check out Nutkin! They specialise in organic artisian nut-based cheese. They say ‘we are committed to using functional ingredients that promote health whilst never compromising on flavour’. Have a look here to find out where their next event is!

New Bar: Palm Springs meets Peckham

New Bar: Palm Springs meets Peckham

A new Veggie/Vegan Restaurant

A new Veggie/Vegan Restaurant

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