Food For Thought, WC2H 9PR
- 31 Neal Street
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The Condiment Queen tells us that it makes a great lunch stop if you can handle the queues, and if you don't mind the basement it also does dinner. She adds: "There are usually at least two vegan choices daily. Portions are large and water is provided in jugs from which to help yourself. It is good, honest, home-style vegetarian and vegan food that is reasonably priced."
Adam visited with a friend for lunch on a Sunday in November 2014 — it was quite closely packed downstairs but there didn't seem to be lots of waiting for seats. Food sampled was a Japanese stew (£5.50) which was served in a bowl on rice, and was enjoyable, generous on the shiitake mushrooms and tofu, and a stir-fried vegetable dish (£5) that was also good; both dishes were vegan and there was also a lasagne and quiche that were vegetarian but not vegan. The salads and desserts looked good but we didn't get to try them. Place was a little more crowded than we'd've liked and reasonably spartan in decor, but I'd happily come back. Menu is on website.
- Photo of the menu as of December 2008
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