restaurant review #147 – VBurger is not really a restaurant, but a foodstall at Camden Market. There is a bench in front, so there are some seating places. As the name says, VBurger sells burgers, with a selection of different sauces and with vegan cheeze. Everything is vegan.
We strolled through Camden market after our visit to the Jewish museum where we went to look at the Amy Winehouse Exhibition, which was really moving.
Camden Market is very touristic and very busy. Not really our cup of tea. We briefly took in some of the atmosphere, but it was too much bling bling, crowded, and noisy for us. And most of it is paved in cobblestones, which is a pita when using a wheelchair.
Our main motive was to find VBurger (and also to see the Amy Winehouse statue, which we spotted later on, see pic below) and luckily it was in the first market place that we passed. When we ordered, there were some available spots on the bench, so we could eat our lunch on the spot.
At first sight, there’s not that much on offer (beet burger, seitan schnitzel and falafel), but you can pimp it with either vegan cheeze or avacodo topping, and some side dishes (fries, onion rings, cole slaw). And a selection of sauces to choose from. So more than enough for a fastfood lunch!
We both ordered the seitan schnitzel, with cheeze and fries on the side (which came to £10,50 pp). We loved it!
Camden Lock Place, Chalk Farm Rd
London NW1 8AF, UK
See our lists of restaurants where vegans are welcome in the menu section of The Bruges vegan! List restaurants in Bruges and outside Bruges.
There was a foodstall with vegan pancakes nearby, but we were too stuffed from the hamburgers!
Photos from the Amy Winehouse Exhibition, the statue, and murals around Camden.
Can you believe I’m just NOW discovering your comprehensive list of restaurants? Will definitely keep this in mind for our next London trip!
Thanks Catherine! It is by no means meant to be exhaustive (that would be impossible), but when I look at that list I am amazed myself by how many restaurants are inlcuded there 😉 And these are only the ones that we have visited the last couple of years!
Well, since my trips to Europe are typically just two weeks or so at a time, I don’t need an “exhaustive” list … just suggestions by someone whose opinion I trust. I’m thinking this will be a very useful tool for my future trips!
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