Vegans in central London will be better catered for from April when a fully-meat-free street food market opens in Soho’s Rupert Street in April.
Operating on similar lines to Vegan Nights, which is also returning, nine vegan vendors are scheduled for the inaugural Soho Vegan Market. Each is unique, so visitors can leave satisfied no matter what they are in the mood for. There will be ethnic food, including Indian street food from Spicebox, banh mi from Eat Chay, and Caribbean dishes from Lime Hut. Those looking for heartier options may opt for Young Vegans’ steak and cheese pie or a vegan steak sandwich from Jake’s Vegan Steak. On the sweet side, Flip 80/20 will be serving both sweet and savory crepes, and both Lele’s Vegan Patisserie and Planty Hugs will be selling vegan cake and baked goods for visitors to take home.
Soho Vegan Market will be completely plant-based, with stalls like the brilliantly named ‘raw cake’ purveyors Planty Hugs taking over Rupert Street in Soho every Saturday from April 14, 11am to 6pm.
Joe Coulter, the founder of this new plant-based market, said,
“This is the year of Veganism! Alongside our great traders, we are keen to show that vegan food is for everybody and is here to stay.
“With our new market in the heart of London’s Soho, there’s no excuse not to swing by and give it a go.”
Soho Vegan Market, Rupert Street, Soho, London W1D 7PQ
Every Saturday from 14 April 2018, 11am-6pm