Lively Soho restaurant Mildreds serves a selection of veggie and vegan food with international influences, from organic energising detox salad to mushroom and ale pie with fries and mushy peas. Just down the road, you'll find Mildreds' sister eatery, Mrs Marengo's, a vegetarian café and cake shop.
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Venue Details & Map
45 Lexington Street
St JamesLondonW1F 9AN
- +44 (0)20 7494 1634
Great vegan friendly food that's tasty, well presented and lively atmosphere.
Traveling here solo, I enjoyed a delicious cashew curry with sweet potatoes and spicy sauce on the side.
The tofu buffalo was bland and the ranch side was dull- maybe that's what ranch dressing does.
Drinks are very reasonably priced and wait wasn't long.
Their scheme of giving you a card to use at bar and then...more
Possibly the best vegan restaurant I've ever tried.
I had the mixed stir fry vegetables with brown rice. The dish was absolutely mouth watering with the perfect mixture of my favourite veggies and the most flavourful seasoning. My other friends had burgers and a curry, all of which they seemed to enjoy. The aperol was also good, though slightly more alcoholic than other ones that I've tried....more
Great restaurant. Great staff. Charming space!
Came in close to closing and was still received pleasantly. Really enjoyed the halloumi appetizer-- highly recommend this!! They also prepare amazing pasta here.more
So one of my friends is on this new diet, and I had to find a place specific for her tastes - lo and behold Mildred's. It was one of the top searches when you look for vegetarian in London.
I get there at around 7pm, they don't do reservations, and the place is heaving. I mean I had very little room to walk amongst others in the queue awaiting a table. Everyone's chatting, people are looking...more
As a vegetarian, Mildreds has been on my radar for quite some time. The few times I have tried to get a table have been Friday/Saturday nights, and I was put off by the hour-long queue.
I finally managed to go to Mildred's outside of the restaurant's peak hours at 4pm on a Friday, there were several tables available but the place was still busy.
With regards to ambiance, there is very...more