Forget 'Veganuary', Covent Garden is home to some of the best vegan dishes, beauty and fashion all year round. From the ultimate dining edit to the top beauty brands and more, read on to discover the ultimate vegan guide to the neighbourhood.
Whether you’re a life-long vegan or simply looking to try some meat-free dishes, Covent Garden is home to a huge range of delicious vegan restaurants and cafés, serving meals and snacks from breakfast through to dinner.
From curry at Ivy Market Grill to Avobar's Sweet Potato Toast, discover our round up of all the best vegan dishes and places to eat in Covent Garden.
Not only is Floral Street Fragrance's entire range vegan, but each fragrance comes tucked inside a ground-breaking pulp carton with an embossed lid, made from recyclable paper packaging and held together with a re-usable brightly-coloured band.
Re-purpose yours to store jewellery, crystals, herbal teas, as a seed tray for plants and herbs and just about anything else. Visit the store on King Street to discover the full range.
Established in 1987 in Melbourne, Aesop's objective has always been to formulate skin, hair and body care products of the finest quality; investigate widely to source plant-based and laboratory-made ingredients, and use only those with a proven record of safety and efficacy.
Aesop's plant-based range has always been 100% cruelty and animal by-product free and is available in the King Street boutique in Covent Garden.
For vegan-friendly watches and jewellery, shop Olivia Burton’s chic and stylish collection in Covent Garden's iconic Market Building. Built on the dream of two best friends and ex- fashion buyers, Jemma and Lesa, Olivia Burton believes in putting the planet first and have introduced a new vegan addition to its Eco-Friendly collection.