Latest in: Vegan & Vegetarian

  • 6 amazing vegan cooking classes across London this month

    At GoodTimes we are delighted with the growing love for all things vegan. And with our usual brio we wanted to bring you a curated despatch from the more creative end of the movement. After all, eating out is great, but it’s also fun to learn how to do...
  • This Brilliant Vegan Co-op Cafe has Community at its Core

    The Black Cat Cafe is a Hackney classic; one of the original vegan eateries. But in a time when vegan cafes are springing up hither and yon and selling their wares at ever inflated prices, there’s more to this place than meets the eye: an originality and an ethos...
  • This South London Restaurant Is Uniting Its Community Through Vegan Food

    It’s hard not to get excited about a visit to Cafe Van Gogh, especially when you hear hardened omnivores claiming they’d come back for seconds. But this not-for-profit vegan restaurant is about even more than just the food. Behind the stunning grade-II listed facade there’s a social purpose that’s...
  • Mother nature is reclaiming Walthamstow

    If, like us, you’re a fan of London’s natural side, then we’ve got some news that’ll have you chirping with excitement. After years of behind-the-scenes development, Europe’s biggest urban wetlands is finally opening… and it’s a sight to behold. The huge 520 acre reserve is located in an unexpectedly...
  • Love Foxes? Here’s How To Do Your Bit For London’s Wild Wonders

    It’s quite amazing to think that we share our city with 10,000 foxes. As London’s boundaries have sprawled ever outwards they’ve gobbled up many rural habitats, leaving foxes with no choice but to swap their tweed jackets for skinny jeans, grow a beard, get a tattoo and try to...
  • This New Plant-Based Pop-Up Promises To Change How You Think About Food

    The Canvas in East London has been bringing us some pretty ground-breaking ethical events and initiatives over the summer. After the success of Barbie Grrrl’s counter-intuitive vegan BBQ throughout August, today sees the launch of a new plant-based food pop-up with a difference. A post shared by Eating well...
  • Karma Kitchen Is Back: The Remarkable Restaurant Where You Don’t Pay For Your Meal

    Here is how they describe it: ‘Imagine a restaurant where there are no prices on the menu and where the check reads $0.00 with only this footnote: “Your meal was a gift from someone who came before you. To keep the chain of gifts alive, we invite you to...
  • London’s First Vegan BBQ Is Coming To The Canvas Cafe This August

    Calling all (aspiring) vegetarians and vegans: if you’re craving a full-on barbecue experience this summer minus the meat, then we might just have the answer. London’s first vegan BBQ – Barbie Grrrl – is popping up at one of our favourite social enterprise cafes over August, promising the tastes,...
  • This King’s Cross Vegetarian Kitchen Has Found A Whole New Use For Skips

    Yep, that’s right. Skips. Normally associated with building sites and piles of rubbish, a social enterprise in King’s Cross has found an ingenious, sustainable new use for them… And it involves “less rubble and more rhubarb”. In the true meaning of skip garden! #urbangarden #kingscross #london #nutrition #lunchtime #sustainability...