Inspired by Supreme Master Ching Hai, Loving Hut is currently the fastest growing international vegan fast food chain in the world.
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Service was really friendly. Food was plentiful and cheap. We enjoyed the mixed starters very much. The main courses were interesting. It was very busy when we ate (on Saturday night) and the service was slow. On balance I would go back as the atmosphere was fun and friendly.more
I'd like to go here more often.
Something for everyone, and I like all the different mock meats available. It's like a new food group to experience!
Great for groups to share
Last time I went during lunchtime and their buffet looked a bit sad and unvaried.
Partner burnt his hand on the buffet serving spoon.
Service is... I don't know. Should you have to ask...more
Favourite vegan restaurant in London. I personally love fake meat, despite not actually missing the real stuff all that much. Loving hut has the best menu of fake meat dishes in London. I love it. I'm addicted to the chicken burger with cheese and bbq sauce, and the summer rolls are probably the best thing on earth. Me and my boyfriend seem to be visiting every Sunday evening the last...more
Going to a Loving Hut always reminds me of the time we lived in San Jose, California... when we first discovered this pretty fantastic global chain of vegan restaurants. I remember the first time I walked into the one on Santa Clara Street, and thought that this would be a pretty cheesy, sect-driven type of place... (I mean, the first time I saw the flyers for Supreme Master Ching Hai, my...more
I had always avoided this place as I though it would be one of these awfully tasting Thai Buffets that are so ubiquitous here in London. Also, I am not a great fan of fake meat: I find that if you're a vegetarian, what's the point in creating a tofu that looks and feels like a piece of beef, pork, shrimp or whatever...really, I don't get that!
Anyway, having read about the positive reviews...more