City restaurant Vanilla Black is an upmarket eatery where the chefs have a passion for creating gourmet food without meat or fish. On the menu you'll find creative veggie dishes like poached duck egg and Ribblesdale pudding, and watercress and spring onion pasty with whipped goats' milk.
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17 -18 Tooks CourtLondonEC4A 1LB
Wow. This was an amazing vegetarian dining experience. Well worth the expense. It was very hard to find. Our Uber driver wasn't able to take us to the door due to construction. Luckily, we were able to find it ourselves. The tasting menu was varied and unique. I would certainly go back and eat here again.more
We got confused and actually missed a play at the National and went to Vanilla Black instead. I don't regret it whatsoever. I've been a vegetarian for over 30 years. Not vegan, admittedly, but I don't eat fish or chicken as well as the other usual suspects.
So... I cried when I sat down and opened the menu. I honestly cried. I don't think I've ever opened a menu that was as creative, as...more
This place really is a little gem. For haute cuisine, one can't go wrong in checking this place out. Yes, it's vegetarian but that's not what it's all about. The clientele all seemed well-heeled, intelligent people, and I have to say my date and I fit right in ;)
The flavours were incredible and I really appreciated that the portions were delicately sized, so I could try everything. I...more
This isn't a great *vegetarian* restaurant. It's one of the best restaurants I've eaten at... Ever... (And I'm not a vegetarian).
We're talking flavour combinations that shouldn't be possible - but taste delicious. Textures, temperatures, colours that are perfectly combined to have you perplexing over ever mouthful trying to work out what is going on on your tongue.
One desert we shared...more
Yes Yes Yes.
Michelin star AND vegetarian??!!
I only found out about this place thanks to fabulous friends who treated me to a fantastic birthday dinner here.
Right, let's go: Ambiance: Hotxon Hotel meets Pennsylvania Shaker.
Food: You could say it's a bit poncey but I like that. Very creatively designed dishes. All were served in good sized portions. I had a starter of grapefruit gel...more