It's the sign of a seriously good vegetarian restaurant in London when even the most resolute carnivores leave with a full belly and only good things to say, and Mildred's vegetarian restaurant in Soho, approaching 30 years in the business, is proud of its reputation as just this kind of place.
With a simple but wide-ranging menu that boasts influences from Sri Lanka, Thailand, China and Mexico as well as a selection of modern British and pasta dishes, Mildred's vegetarian restaurant is happy to cater for any palate, and cater well. Plenty of the dishes are vegan or come with a vegan option, and the gluten-free sweet potato and cashew Sri Lankan curry is one of their most popular dishes. Otherwise, try the pumpkin and ricotta tortellini with chestnut and white wine sauce or the poached pear salad, with blue cheese mousse.
Food is served in a bright, informal environment, with a wood-panelled dining room available for private bookings, and they encourage you to take a seat at the bar for a pre-dinner drink on arrival – take a look at their great organic wine selection, or choose from a simple cocktail menu (try their spin on the Moscow Mule, made with marmalade vodka.) Its mixture of influences make Mildred's vegetarian restaurant a contender for the best vegetarian restaurants in London.
|What||Mildred's Vegetarian Restaurant|
45 Lexington Street , London, W1F 9AN | MAP
|Nearest tube||Leicester Square (underground)|
01 Feb 15 – 01 Mar 16, 12:00 PM – 12:00 AM
|Website||Click here to go to Mildred's website|