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A trusted friend to discerning vegetarians who demand more than a token nut roast, Mildred’s has been a Soho fixture for nearly three decades, its inventive, globetrotting menu finding success even
with omnivores brought along for the ride. Creative starters could include mango, brie and jalapeño quesadilla with sour cream, avocado and sweetcorn salsa or gyoza dumplings with mirin and soy
dipping sauce; to follow, the ‘deliciously rich’ mushroom and ale pie topped with crisp pastry is never off the menu, while the apple and fennel burger is another flavoursome treat. Mildreds also
caters to wheat-free, gluten-free and vegan diets, with most of the organic wines on the ‘short but sweet’ list also suitable for vegans (try the Argentinian Mendoza or the Pinot Bianco from
Veneto). ‘Super-friendly staff’ and an intimate vibe ensure the restaurant is ‘always packed’.
Since opening in the mid 80′s, Mildred’s consistently rates as a London vegetarian institution. But for some reason, I’d never been. When I wrote up a list of my top London Vegetarian haunts, I decided it was time to rectify that.Somewhat annoyingly, this is one of those no reservation affairs. Luckily they’ll serve you up a cocktail while you wait for a table. Like the pornstar Martini pictured above. Steeped in passion fruit, with a side of prosecco. Lush.There is no doubt this place is still doing well, 30 years on. At 7pm on a Friday we had a 45 minute wait. But the cocktails helped. Once seated,...
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Lexington Street isn't long by any means but it does house a few awesome eateries all of which are extremely cute, romantic and near impossible to get into. Mildred's is one of those, not only serving delicious and fresh food there's not an ounce of meat or fish in sight… it's completely vegetarian and totally scrumptious!Miss B, Miss G and I discussed our evenings meal and of January wanted something healthy without breaking the bank and also somewhere new. About six years ago I was a freelance stylist and Soho is where most of the creative offices are… Mildred's was my 'go to' for a filling and...
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My nearest and dearest school friend Zoe and I were horribly overdue a catch up. It had been so long that we needed to do it right. I had heard many good things about Mildred’s plus, of course, trusty tripadvisor reviews assured me that my friends weren’t exaggerating. To top it off, the menu also sounded right up both of our streets (i.e. I knew that she wouldn’t complain about visiting a somewhat ‘healthy’ restaurant… that doesn’t serve meat), so that is the venue I chose for our girly date. It’s fair to say that most decent up-and-coming restaurants nowadays, particularly those located in the self-proclaimed uber-cool...
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