'We're delighted to offer this experience for fans for one night only – whether they're on a first date or have been married for 30 years, we can guarantee it will be a night to remember.' The four-course set menu, accompanied by Prosecco or soft drinks, will cost £15 for two and will be served at 7pm at the five branches, if you book in advance on Open Table.
So you’re dating a vegan and you don’t know where to take him/her for Valentine’s Day? Or maybe you’re a V-Day cynic who’d just like to enjoy some good company and good (plant-based) food.
Whichever one sounds like you I’ve got you covered.
Whether you fancy a hearty pub dinner, a supperclub, a bit of a knees up or a posh meal there are some brilliant vegan Valentine’s Day events in London this year.
“It’s become a ritual, if you don’t receive a flower, you have the right to be upset.” In the upscale district of Karrada, Hussein Allawi said he was enjoying his first Valentine's day with his new wife with a scoop of ice cream and a red rose.
“Everyone celebrates Eid of Love, not just couples and now without the curfew we can enjoy it for longer,” said his wife Saara.
Tables can only be booked from Wednesday February 7 on restaurant booking service Open Table.
Here are my pick of the ten best places to go for a vegan Valentine’s Day meal this year: Buffet style veggie restaurant tibits has a special package available for Valentine’s Day including wine, two plates of main dishes, two plates of desserts and tea or coffee. #vegan #hackney #medicinal #healing #veganrecipies #veganfood #veganbreakfast #vegansofig #veganism #veganfoodie #vegans #eastlondon #homerton #e9 #cafe #brunch #food #organic #valentinesday A post shared by Rehab (@rehabhackney) on Hackney’s Rehab has special pink pancakes, cocktails, cherry raw cake and a heart beet latte as specials this Valentine’s Day.
There will be a wide range of dishes available including roast tandoori cauliflower, the middle eastern mejadra and tibits famous sticky toffee pudding. When: food until 9pm, bar until late, Wednesday, February 14 Where: 271 Well Street, E9 6RG Find out more/book. Spiced roasted chickpeas, roast sweet potato and broccoli, coriander and lemon rice and tahini and lemon dressing #yummy #vegan #londonvegan #veganuary A post shared by Cafe Van Gogh (@cafevangogh01) on Brixton-based Cafe Van Gogh is hosting an anti-Valentine’s Day celebration for cynics and singletons. Book a seat for one at the communal table, don’t worry, they’ll have a few tricks up their sleeve to help conversation flow.
Since the beginning of February, streets across the city have been lined with stalls selling heart-shaped balloons and huge red teddy bears costing up to £45.
"The Iraqi population was deprived of everything for 25 years and anything new that comes up, we grab it and celebrate it," said Ziyad Tarek Almery, the owner of Lavender, a perfume shop whose business is likely to triple over the Valentine's weekend.