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When Mildreds first opened in Soho in 1988, word on the street was that the restaurant wouldn’t last past six months. How wrong the naysayers were. Today, the plant-based restaurant has not just survived but thrived with five outlets across London alone, with the newest in hip Covent Garden.

Key to its success is a diverse but curated selection of dishes that wanders down Asia one page and then the Levant the next. Take for instance how the breakfast menu has a dish as essential as a Date & Apple Porridge and as buoyant as a Kimcheeze Toastie where housemade kimchi is wedged between smoked vegan cheeze and lathered with gochujang mayo for a fiery kick.

The Sri Lankan Curry is one of its most reviewed items on abillion. Member @amandeepkaur says, “A light coconut milk based curry of sweet potatoes and green beans with roasted lime cashews and pea basmati rice. Give a little chilli kick to the meal with the coconut tomato sambal side. This generous one bowl main at Mildred’s makes for a wholesome meal for one. It’s warm, full of flavour and perfect to lift your mood on a gloomy chilly London day!”

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🌱  Very friendly  •  $$


45 Lexington Street

Lonodn, W1F 9AN


9 Jamestown Road

London, NW1 7BW

King's Cross

200 Pentonville Road

London, N1 9JP


1 Dalston Square

London, E8 3GU

Covent Garden

79 St. Martin's Lane

London, WC2N 4AA

Borough Market

1 Cathedral Street

London, SE1 9DE

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