Brothers Adrian and Michael Daniel have been running London's most successful vegetarian restaurant since December 1989. Adrian's approach to cooking is an eclectic one - drawing on a wide range of ethnic cuisine's, selecting the best combinations and creating dishes that have earned him a reputation as one of London's finest vegetarian chefs.
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The Gate Vegetarian Restaurant
51 Queen Caroline StreetHammersmithLondonW6 9QL
- +44 20 8748 6932
I was so happy to find this hidden gem - just out of a business meeting in Hammersmith, not the liveliest neighborhood of London, and the only place that seemed OK on Yelp was this vegan restaurant, hidden above a Christian community space (I hesitated to get in, but do. It's awesome).
I had the aubergine teriyaki (£14), which was amazing with awesome spices. The butternut roll also seemed...more
If people could overdose on meat, I would probably be dead.
I'm a big boy and I need my huge servings with meat.
Coming to a vegan restaurant was something new for me, but God, was it worth it.
They create mind-blowing food combinations that will make you forget what meat tastes like.
The Gate, more like Gate-away to the kitchen hasn't the usual, boring vegan menu.
I ate an unreal lunch....more
I've wanted to visit The Gate for a while now and finally got the chance to check it out for lunch today. I reserved a table online and mentioned in the comments my intolerance to gluten and onions. When I arrived, the waitress (who was really wonderful) came over and talked me through the menu and had even written down a list of dishes they could serve me. Unfortunately the chefs love onion...more
I booked to go to this restaurant with my vegetarian friend and we were looking forward to it after reading the reviews. Unfortunately, our experience of the food was not great. I had the saffron ravioli which was not tasty. It was too hard and the sweet flavour of the beetroot was overbearing. My friend had the butternut rotolo which was good. But I would not say that it was worth the...more
I love vegetables but this style of cooking is not for me. I had the deep fried courgette flower stuffed with goat's cheese that everyone here seems to love but I more tolerated it than anything else. It was okay and even though it was beautifully created and served, the flavours just didn't seem to taste very special to me.
I also had the mushroom risotto cake because I love mushrooms and I...more