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Vantra Vitao

A buffet vegan café near Tottenham Court Road

  • Lots of seating
  • Many dishes
  • Extensive drinks menu
  • Can be cramped
  • Sometimes a little pricey

A sister store to Vita Organic, Vantra Vitao is a new vegan buffet on Oxford Street. The decor is very woodsy - wooden tables, wooden walls, heavy chairs made out of logs.

You can choose how you want to buy your food: by weight (like Tibits) or by container (like everywhere else). There’s a mix of salads, grains, and hot dishes: tagines, curries, stroganoffs, and others. A large box will cost you around £6.50 to eat in; by weight, it’s about £1.80 per 100g. Sometimes the food is hit and miss; I liked the stroganoff, and my friend raved about the Thai yellow curry. But I had some noodles with black bean sauce that were terrible.

Vantra has a long drinks menu, including a bunch of non-alcoholic cocktails. They all sound good, but at around £5 for a soft drink I skipped it. Your more standard drinks are more reasonably priced, and they’ve got a bunch of different milks for their coffees.

There are some desserts available too, including a particularly tasty-looking cheesecake, but I haven’t tried any yet.

On the whole Vantra’s worth a visit, particularly if you’re looking to get something to eat quickly. It’s got more seating and a better atmosphere than Beatroot but I personally prefer Beatroot’s food.

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Nopudding London was built entirely by Alex Pounds. It's designed as a more geography-centric guide of places to eat. Most veggie listings start with a table of text, but I'm normally trying to answer the question "Where can I get a good meal near _____?". Textual listings aren't very good at that.

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Why only London?

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