9 delicious ways to celebrate World Vegetarian Day in Wembley Park
Today is World Vegetarian Day and we want to help all veggies (and non-veggies) celebrate is the most delicious way possible!
Gone are the days of sad and tasteless veggie dishes, with nearly every restaurant offering full of flavoursome meat-free menus.
To pay homage to vegetarian and vegan lifestyles, we’ve rounded up the 9 best places to celebrate World Vegetarian Day at Wembley Park.
After launching their vegan menu back in 2018, Wagamama has cemented itself as one of the best places for meat-free eating. Recreating all their classics like katsu curry, salma curry, yaki soba and steamed gyozas, Wagamama’s vegan menu is the gift that keeps on giving. There is even a selection of super-yummy vegan desserts you just HAVE to try.
Who doesn’t love a good pizza? Luckily for you, Boxpark Wembley has one of the best pizza places around – Zia Lucia. With four different doughs, a range of veggie toppings AND a choose-yourself option, you can see why this is a firm fav. Our choice, La Vegana. A pizza topped with butternut squash cream, sun-dried tomatoes and asparagus – yummy!
Combining Indian street food and easy-to-eat formats, Wrapchic in London Designer allows you to build your own dish with an abundance of fresh veggie and vegan options. Packed full of flavor, spices and the best ingredients, you’ll keep going back for more (sorry!).
When you think of burgers, you think meat, right? Well think again! The geniuses at Handmade Burger Co want everyone to enjoy a delicious burger, so have a whole HEAP of veggie options. You can even swap the cheese for vegan cheese. Our fav, the goat’s cheese veggie stack which also comes completely vegan – layers of chargrilled mixed peppers, flat mushroom, goats’ cheese, caramelised red onion relish & rocket, all served on a fresh sourdough bun. Yes please.
New kids to the Boxpark block are boa bun specialists, Bun House. With veggie bun options and loads of meat-free small dishes, they are definitely worth a visit. And if you have a sweet tooth that you need scratching, make sure you try their custard filled boa buns too!
You will never see veggie options like this. Halloumi skewers, cheese and mango empanadas, jackfruit curry, veggie chilli, mushroom quesadilla’s – Las Iguanas has it all and then some. They’ve mixed flavours and textures to create the bold (and delicious) meat-alternative dishes. And you’ll love them all.
Michelin starred chef ran KoolCha serves some of the most authentic North Indian dishes you can find. With a delicious selection of curries, biryanis and small plates in vegetarian options, you (and your taste buds) will be absolutely spoilt. We say go for the Veggie Paneer Combo Meal or the Dal Makhani Combo Meal for the ultimate veggie treat.
To die for pasta. We mean it. Head to Pasta Remoli for that much-deserved carb fix and indulge in their delicious pasta dishes. The whole dish is down to you from pasta shape, sauce and even the cheese you put on top. For a veggie option, we recommend the truffle and mushroom ravioli in a butter and sage sauce. Vegan, go for the potato gnocchi in the spicy arrabbiata sauce.
We couldn’t write an article without shoving a sweetie option in there! Dedicated to serving the world the best ice cream possible, Udderlicious have really upped the vegan-ice cream game with a range of ice creams and sorbets made from diary-alternatives. Oat, hazelnut, almond and coconut milk are all used as the base of their super-wide range of vegan ice creams. Go on. Treat yourself.