The long standing  Mildred’s vegetarian and vegan restaurant in Soho (previously known as a seedy sex shop equipped with basement dungeon) is always a winner. Whatever your preference, vegan, vegetarian or if you’re a meat eater. The restaurant serves up a delicious veggie menu to suit a whole variety of tastes.

Tucked away on Lexington street, Mildred’s vegetarian and vegan restaurant is a vibrant, lively spot and is heaving with a trendy new-age Soho crowd. Regrettably, they don’t take bookings, so you may risk having to queue for a table. This is the ultimate excuse to take full advantage of sampling their fresh and healthy cocktail menu, or their broad organic wine list.

The creative Asian and Middle Eastern inspired menu however, is well worth the wait. For comfort cravers, there is also an array of warming hearty dishes on offer, such as the wood roasted mushroom and ale pie with minted mushy peas and sweet potato fries.

The last time I visited, my friend Chloe and I skipped the starters and went straight to ordering two rather filling, yet most enjoyable vegan main courses. I ordered the smoked tofu, fennel, apple and white bean sausages with cider jus, and pan fried cabbage with peas and mash.

I don’t know about you, but I love bangers and mash, it is a classic British dish that never fails to disappoint, especially in the cold winter months. To find a vegan option was a rare yet, much appreciated treat, that was washed down well with a delicious organic Domaine Bousquet Malbec.

Mildred's Restaurant Sausages

 

Vegan Sausage and Mash

The last time I visited, my friend Chloe and I skipped the starters and went straight to ordering two rather filling, yet most enjoyable vegan main courses. I ordered the smoked tofu, fennel, apple and white bean sausages with cider jus, and pan fried cabbage with peas and mash.

I don’t know about you, but I love bangers and mash, it is a classic British dish that never fails to disappoint, especially in the cold winter months. To find a vegan option was a rare yet, much appreciated treat, that was washed down well with a delicious organic Domaine Bousquet Malbec.

 

 

 

 

 

Mildred's Restaurant Burger

Burger and Fries

Chloe went for the classic: smoked tofu, lentil, piquillo pepper, in a focaccia bun with relish, rocket, red onion, tomato and vegan cheese. Being a meat eater, she ordered it purely on the basis of research purposes, but declared it as being up there with most of its beef-filled counterparts.  Naturally I gave it a try, and agreed wholeheartedly. The great thing about this burger, is that instead of consuming something that you know is laden with saturated fat, you’re actually taking in your five a day. In a burger. What could be more pleasing?!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mildred's Restaurant Review

Vegan Restaurant in Soho Deserts

The deserts however, are what makes Mildred’s worth visiting. Their piece de resistance takes the form of gooey vegan peanut butter brownie, for that warm, sweet, satisfying feeling.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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