Veganuary is now bigger and better than ever – it’s a celebration of vegan cooking and the chance for everyone to try delicious plant-based dishes that can be enjoyed beyond just the first month of the year.

Here are some of the best spots to try delightful and decadent vegan food, guaranteed to amaze and surprise even the most skeptical of diners. From cookies and ceviche to cauliflower popcorn and ‘cheesecake’, there is something for everyone to enjoy this Veganuary.

Hand Picked Hotels

Recently appointed new Head Chef Joe Gould has created a great vegan menu for guests to enjoy Veganuary at Fawsley Hall Hotel & Spa, part of Hand Picked Hotels’ collection of 21 luxury hotels across the UK and Channel Islands.

The carefully crafted menu includes starters of confit celeriac with apple and rosemary jam and heritage beetroot with whipped vegan ricotta cannelloni. The real star of the show is Joe’s innovative paella quinoa with roquito pepper, avocado, spiced kale, basil and vegan mozzarella.

The menu finishes on a sweet note with chocolate torte with kirsch cherries and miso ice cream, or a blackberry ‘cheese’ cake.

As well as Fawsley Hall, each Hand Picked Hotel has an array of vegan dishes and menus on offer

Floozie Cookies

Floozie Cookies – these, plant-based stuffed cookies make the perfect snacks for this Veganuary. There are seven different flavours of cookies with a special flavour featuring every month. Choose from the Cinnamon Crunch Cookie, the Pecan Pie Cookies, the Peanut Butter & Jam Cookie, and many more.

These scrumptious cookies are 100% vegan. And with nationwide delivery, you can treat your friends and family who are also taking part in Veganuary this year.

RRP: £17.50

El Ta’koy

El Ta’Koy – the Hawaiian inspired restaurant in 3 Henrietta Street in Covent Garden – has the perfect dishes to celebrate Veganuary. The standout dishes include their Hawaiian Cauliflower Popcorn with spring onion, with a sweet and spicy Filipino glaze, or their Mushroom Ceviche served with edamame, chilli oil and coconut dressing. Treat yourself to some fruity cocktails whilst you dine including the P.O.G Punch or Spiced Mango Daiquiri.

Bamboo Mat

Bamboo Mat, the Japanese X Peruvian restaurants in Stratford and Leyton, have an array of vegan dishes to enjoy this Veganuary with signature Nikkei freshness and flavour. Enjoy their renowned vegetable ceviche with passionfruit and mango tiger’s milk, sweet potato, avocado, broccoli, red onion and cancha corn. Also on offer is their vibrant artichoke tostada, finished with salsa criolla and salsa verde.

Bamboo Mat also has a huge range of sushi to get stuck into, with vegan delights such as vegetable maki and their innovative mango maki, with avocado, cucumber, romano pepper, mango puree and Siracha sauce. Cocktails on the side include the Yuzu Blossom with roku gin, sake, yuzu juice and orange bitter.


Kahani – the high-end, modern Indian restaurant in the heart of Chelsea – has a vegan menu on offer for those looking to cut down their meat consumption this Veganuary. The extensive menu includes the likes of Truffle Roti, Cumin & Garlic Spinach, Chickpea Masala, Marinated Tandoori Broccoli Jaggery and Yellow Daal. For those with a sweet tooth, the Nutty Chocolate Brownie is an incredibly indulgent option, or those looking for a lighter dessert could choose form a range of Sorbets or the Spice Poached Pear with Coconut Sorbet.


Kindred, the coworking space, events venue, restaurant and bar in Hammersmith, is not only dedicated to offering plant-based options, but promoting ‘reganuary’ and sourcing local, sustainable produce wherever possible.

Kindred has vegan dishes available for those wishing to eat more plant based this January. Try their warming winter mushroom crumble with king oyster & paris brown mushrooms, salsify, kale, lentils, chestnut crumble and garlic ciabatta. Or indulge in their Moving Mountains vegan burger, made up of a delicious vegan patty with all the favourite trimmings.

Enjoy on-site restaurant Cellar’s offerings during a day of coworking, or visit in the evening for a post-work treat.