very surprised by the amount of views and likes of my previous post! thank you 🙂
(if you want to see more on what i saw/did in bath, check this out!)
i did not have trouble at all finding vegetarian/vegan food there, it was just the matter of finding less expensive ones haha. before my trip, i actually went to research on what vegan places to go to, and i got the chance to visit the VEGAN ICE CREAM PLACE!!!! (i fangirl over it all the time)
my cousin’s friend recommended a place called Ethos for lunch. they go by pay-by-weight concept, and i think it’s great!! it’s also a mostly vegan place, and they have such a good variety of food as well as sweet treats! if you are visiting london, you have to visit this place!
their setup is lovely too!
their wide variety of dishes
this was what i got! some chickpea salad, roasted eggplant, roasted veggies, naan w/ guac, cauliflower fritter and sweet potato chips 😍
my plate cost around £9, and it was soo worth it.
after this, my mother and i shared a slice of their pomegranate, pistachio and rose cake!
nearby, there is also a place called Yorica! it is a cute little shop on wardour street, and offers a wide range of vegan ice cream as well as vegan froyo!!
i tried a few of their ice cream flavours, but decided to go with their froyo hahaha. i got a caramel flavoured one, topped with passionfruit and oreos!!!
the froyo was sooooo good, it was not too sweet and it was basically perfect. the tartness of the passionfruit balanced everything, and i think i could have this every week…
if you have read my previous post, you probably know that i love pret a manger! i went there several times too in london. this was my lunch before visiting the tower of london!
i settled with a veggie wrap and a soy hot chocolate to keep me warm 🙂
my dad and i also shared this pot of soup (can’t remember which flavour it was though!) to keep us warm. yes, we were all feeling quite cold after sitting on the upper deck of the hop-on-hop-off bus hahaha.
we were quite curious what Itsu was (there are so many of them?) and decided to head in for a snack. i got some vegetable dumplings, but was quite disappointed by it 😦 it was too cold and the filling wasn’t the best.
last but not least, i went to WHOLE FOODS!!!! i’ve always been seeing you tubers go there and always found the wide variety of health food amazing!
went to the one in Kensington. i was already squirming when i saw the sign post…
this is what i got!
really thought the coconut collaborative’s cause was pretty cool! supporting farmers 🙂
the nakd bar was so-so, i wouldn’t buy it again because i feel it’s simple to make at home?
on the other hand, i have fallen in love with trek bars!!! i tried the banana bread and cocoa coconut flavours, they were both really good!!!
the coconut collaborative yogurt was pretty plain, and really wasn’t sweet enough for me 😦 it is probably just the normal taste of coconut yogurt, because with the rebel kitchen ones it tasted the same?
this was pretty lengthy but i hope you enjoyed this post!