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The Best Vegan Pizza, Beer and Karaoke in London

by | January 2, 2019

Sometimes, you just want to go out with your friends on a Friday night. Being vegan can make this hard, you’ll plan your pre-game food, look at menus of every possible place that your friends could suggest and of course, you’ll plan your post-going out meal. If you happen to be in London anytime soon, it would be a mistake to miss out on a fun night filled with best vegan pizza, beer, and karaoke. Especially since your only stress will come from trying to decide which plant based pizza you want and what you want to sing downstairs at the open-mic.

The Best Vegan Pizza, Beer and Karaoke in London
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The Best Vegan Pizza, Beer and Karaoke in London

Located at Clerkenwell and Farringdon near public transit, Wedge Issue Pizza and Beer is the perfect spot to go out with friends or even to meet your lovely Tinder date. I visited Wedge Issue about two years ago and even now, I have such a lasting memory of the place. One of my favorite things about this eatery is that vegan and gluten-free menu items do not cost a fortune more than the non-vegan and non-GF items. Now that’s what I call food equality.

The place offers the perfect amalgamation of best vegan pizza, beer and karaoke in London. With a whopping six choices for vegans (and an additional seven for vegetarians), this place is somewhere that you’ll be wanting to come back to in order to taste the full menu. I love spicy food, so I had decided to go with the Vegan Maribel which included delicious vegan chorizo slices. As for beer, it’s usually safe for vegans as is, so don’t hesitate to choose what looks good. Driving? Non-alcoholic beer can also be ordered.

If you’re not in the mood to stay for Friday open-mic night, you can easily order one of their pizzas for either takeout or delivery to enjoy in the comfort of your Airbnb or hotel.

Unfortunately as also noted on the menu, the gluten-free pizzas are cooked in the same oven as the non-gluten-free pizzas. What does this mean? If you’re gluten-free by choice, this is nothing to fret about. However, for those who don’t have a choice, this means that pizzas aren’t safe to eat. However, there are gluten-free beers available if you don’t want to miss out on the fun!

Do you know any other vegan pizza shops in London? Let me know in the comments below. The quest for best vegan pizza, beer and karaoke is never over 🙂


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Gabriella Anaya

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