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
A vegetarian/vegan restaurant? Most people would scoff and be none too pleased to be brought here (that's if you could get in as the queues and wait list is quite hefty). You've got to suck it up and acknowledge there'll be no meat but it will be one of the tastiest meals ever. This is the most impressed I've been with a restaurant in a while! And although this isn't 5* food, as in Michelin...more
I'm not a veggie, but happily open to the concept. The reality at Mildred's is fantastic.
OK, the space is a little cramped and you can't make a reservation unless you're a large party. But the menu options are numerous and delicious.
I had a tough time deciding but eventually chose the veggie stir fry. My portion was enormous and I loved the contrasting textures of crunchy greens and...more
Nice veggie/vegan restaurant for lunch. Space is small but beautiful with the skylight. Service was very friendly and fast.
The only thing that was a bit disappointing was the food. Side of sweet potato chips were very good. My friend and I had the risotto cake (basically deep-fried risotto) and the burrito. The filling of my burrito was good, maybe a bit on the dry side. Wrap was undercooked...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