The best vegan meals on Uber Eats

Looking for a great vegan delivery service? To try Uber eats. The online meal delivery ordering platform is broken down into all of your favorite categories – Pizza, Burgers, Healthy, Street Food, Halal, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Italian, Mexican, Sushi, Comfort Food, Desserts, Breakfast and vegan – hurray! Just insert your address, browse, order and enjoy!

Main picture: The Door

1 The door: One of London’s best vegan and vegetarian restaurants, The Gate has branches in Marylebone, St John’s Wood, Hammersmith and Islington, or – thanks to Uber Eats – in your living room! Delicious vegan main dishes include the Bulgur and Beet Cheese Burger with pretzel bread, smoked tomato relish, pickles and vegetable salad with mustard and maple vinaigrette; Eggplant Teriyaki with grilled eggplant in layers of shiitake mushrooms, wasabi duxelles, cilantro pesto, peppers, teriyaki noodles and marinated mango & ginger salsa, as well as Green Dragon salad, with iced smoked tofu, avocado, sweet potato, cabbage red, pak choi, daikon, heirloom carrot and peppers with a teriyaki and sesame vinaigrette.

2 Genesis: This insta-hot restaurant in Shoreditch serves quick and casual meals that are 100% plant-based – burgers, hot dogs, tacos, nachos, fries, noodles, brownies … Choose from Korean barbecue wings (seitan wings with Korean sauce Sticky BBQ and garlic mayo), the Fried Avocado Taco (avocado panko with smoked chipotle beans, pico de gallo, “bitter cream” and soft corn tortilla), or the American Woman Burger (creamy coleslaw, sauce whiskey barbecue, onion rings, jalapenos, pickles and cheddar cheese in a brioche bun – note that the patties in Genesis burgers vary, but they are all made with veggies, grains, nuts, and seeds).

3 Temple of Seitan:
This Camden-based vegan junk food specialist puts an end to all those naughty cravings, serving up burgers, fried chicken, macaroni and cheese, and even a doner kebab – all 100% vegan, of course. The “chicken”, “burger” and “bacon” in question are made from seitan, a wheat protein similar in texture to meat. Try the Temple Feast Burger with a quarter pound patty, cheese, pickles, lettuce, tomato, onion, and classic mayonnaise, and while you’re at it, why not you offer an Oreo cake too?

4 by Chloé: The vegan New York sensation by Chloe is another quick and casual vegan food option with branches growing all over London. Pick up a quinoa taco, with chopped romaine lettuce, spicy seitan chorizo, black beans, sweet corn, avocado, tomatoes, tortilla strips, tofu cream and an agave dressing. lime, Mac ‘N’ Cheese made with a sweet potato-cashew sauce, shiitake and almond parm bacon, or spicy Thai, with grated kale, chopped romaine lettuce, apricot-sriracha glazed tempeh, almonds, quinoa, edamame, shallots , crispy wontons and peanut vinaigrette. They also make burgers, fries and cupcakes.

5 Vegan Yes: This Brick Lane-based restaurant has received numerous five-star reviews on Happy Cow for its unusual Italian-Korean fusion dishes. Kimchi lasagna made with vegan pasta, vegan bechamel, vegan kimchi and vegan parmesan? You got it. Kimchi Bibimbap with steamed rice on a bed of raw spinach leaves, red, purple and green kimchi, and sprinkled with toasted sesame seeds? Come to you. Or how about a traditional Bolognese lasagna, made with vegan pasta, vegan bechamel sauce, vegan bolognese sauce, vegan mozerella, and vegan parmesan. Think of it as your own.

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