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London’s VeganRoutes

A meat-free double-decker diner offers on-the-go plant-based meals in downtown London.

While double-decker buses are as ubiquitous in London as black cabs and brimming street markets, rarely do they house all-vegan cafés. That's part of what makes VeganRoutes, an eatery housed in a vintage double-decker bus, so unique. With a diverse menu ranging from African Curry to Risotto with Mushrooms and Sundried Tomatoes and Ginger and Fig Cake, there's pleasing cuisine for tourists and locals alike. The main floor of the bus houses the restaurant's bustling kitchen and service counter, while the top floor features a cozy dining room overlooking London's busy SoHo neighborhood—perfect for people watching.

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