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Loving Hut

Restaurants, Vegan Upper Holloway
4 out of 5 stars
(2user reviews)

Time Out says

With its hippyish heart-themed logo and new-age slogan (‘Be vegan, make peace’), this international chain puts on a happy, shiny face, spreading the word from Austria to Australia. Like its global cousins, Loving Hut’s Archway outpost focuses on plant-based dishes inspired by pan-Asian cuisine, with organic vegetables, non-GMO products and locally sourced ingredients used where possible. Much of the menu has a familiar ring, but with a mock-meat twist – ‘veggie’ BBQ spare ribs, ‘veggie’ chicken drumsticks with sweet-and-sour sauce, shredded vegan chilli beef, crispy aromatic ‘veggie’ duck with all the trimmings, and even pimped-up salt-and-spicy ‘prawns’ that have never seen the sea. After that, go for the golden carrot cake or a toffee apple with ice cream (vegan, of course). Drinks follow the same theme, so dunk your straw into a vegan chocolate milkshake or a ‘green queen’ smoothie.

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Address: 669 Holloway Road
London
N19 5SE
Transport: Tube: Holloway Road
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Users say (2)

4 out of 5 stars

Average User Rating

3.5 / 5

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The hushed tones with which vegetarians speak of this restaurant chain are baffling. The decor is hospital-like, the servers surly, and the food far from fresh. Sure, there's novelty value in getting plant-based versions of meat-heavy classics, but the food simply isn't very appealing.


This is a fantastic restaurant that enables vegan's to have a great time, eat anything on the menu and share a meal that non vegan friends can also rave over. The chocolate cake is gorgeous, out of this world!!!!

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