Foodie holidays can be a battle for the average vegan.
There is perhaps no trickier date to eat around than Shrove Tuesday, when the country dedicates itself to eating a dish that is traditionally about 50 per cent egg.
Still, pancake day needn’t be a time of polite refusals for dairy-free folk, with London restaurants continuing the Veganuary vibe right up to February 13.
Check out these vegan pancake purveyors and join in on all the flipping fun.
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These Camden Market pancake fans use coconut water to make their gluten-free, totally vegan pancakes topped with fruit, salted caramel sauces and whipped coconut cream. Savoury options include the likes of Caribbean chickpea and pumpkin curry with fried plantain and mango slaw. On the big day itself, Osu Coconuts will also be taking part in the great Camden Market charity pancake race, where teams flip their way down the cobbled streets in aid of C4WS Homeless Project.
Camden Lock Place, Camden Town, NW1 8AF; camdenmarket.com
Queen of the greens Ella Mills has moved her plant-based recipes from best-selling books to a series of London delis. Head down to the Weighhouse Street branch to pick up her made-to-order “live” pancakes, and pick from a selection of toppings ranging from classic lemon juice and coconut sugar to salted caramel CoYo with chopped pecans and chocolate chips.
18-20 Weighhouse Street, W1K 5LU; deliciouslyella.com
All-American restaurant Christopher’s is offering an alternative to your classic syrup drenched stack. Veggies are the name of the game, with their vegan option a trio of multi-coloured pancakes: chose from beetroot and sunflower seed, rainbow chard and spirulina and pumpkin, caramelised onion and turmeric. They’re only around for the big day so go grab them while you can.
18 Wellington Street, WC2E 7DD; christophersgrill.com
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Raw food revolutionaries Nama are feeding goodness to London’s vegans all year round, with a bountiful breakfast menu offering raw versions of all your omnivorous favourites. Their blueberry, banana and pine nut pancakes are topped with a vegan coconut “marscapone”, fresh fruit, and drizzles of dark berry coulis and maple syrup. 42 degrees and below could be the way to go.
110 Talbot Road, W11 1JR; namafoods.com
Pioneering vegan chef Matthew Kenney brought his brand of plant-based cooking from the US to Shoreditch last year. Their first pancake day is the perfect excuse to try out their raw coconut banana pancakes. This elegant stack comes with candied walnuts, a berry salad, vanilla coconut cream and a fresh mint garnish.
94 Leonard Street, EC2A 4RH; essence-cuisine.com
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