CamdenMildreds, your vegan option near to Camden Market

Need a vegan or vegetarian place to eat near Camden Market?Mildreds is a vegetarian restaurant in the heart of Camden, with a wide range of delicious vegan options.

It’s buzzing from brunch to after-work drinks at the cocktail bar. The diverse menu includes plant-based beetroot burgers, sweet potato curries and gingerbread sticky toffee pudding!

The location

Mildreds is located a few minutes’ walk away from Camden Town station- just a stone’s throw from the Regent’s canal. It’s also close to the funky Camden Lock Market, which attracts 100,000 tourists every weekend!

This vibrant area is dotted with trendy chain restaurants yet retains a bohemian feel with all the retro vintage stores in The Stables Market.

The space

Expect to find a floor- to-ceiling panelled glass wall, allowing the natural light to flood into the restaurant. Inside you’ll find wacky wallpaper decorated with horses, shelves stacked with the Mildreds cookbooks and ample plant pots. The gold tiled panel behind the bar brings a sense of sophistication along with an impressive display of wine bottles.

We sat on a wooden table by the window to give us the perfect people-watching experience.

The staff are all extremely friendly and were very helpful in terms of allergies. There is wifi but the restaurant is usually quite busy so probably not ideal for working from your laptop.

The crowd

The crowd is generally young, hip and takes an interest in the thriving plant-based scene judging by their interest in the menu. There’s sometimes a short queue to be seated  which is worth every minute of the wait. The large number of tables means the wait isn’t too long and you can grab a drink at the bar while awaiting your table.

What we ate

We ordered the avocado toast on sourdough with a poached egg and hazelnut dukkah – which definitely lived up to the hype. We also shared the Middle Eastern Mezze with scrambled tofu, hummus, olives and mixed greens; a delicious combination of flavourful and filling foods.

The menu has a very international influence, from Sri Lankan coconut curry to Mexican dips with corn chips.

The beetroot-carrot-cucumber-ginger juice tasted refreshing and was made on site. They offer a wide range of other juices and smoothies, as well as hot drinks with lots of plant-based milk alternatives.

The little things

The warmth and helpful attitude of the staff really stood out, and the selection of vegan desserts made us desperate to come back for more soon!

The bill

Oat cappuccino £3
juice (beetroot carrot cucumber ginger) £5
Smashed avo toast £7.50 
poached egg + £1.50
Middle Eastern mezze £11


 

Mildreds

9 Jamestown Road
London
nw1 7bw

0207 482 4200
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