Address: 4A Upper St Martin’s Lane, London, WC2H 9NY (nearest tube: Leicester Square – Piccadilly Line)
In my quest to find the best vegetarian brunch in London, I recently visited Tredwell’s. Tredwell’s is a chique and trendy restaurant, opposite the hugely popular Dishoom on St. Martins Lane in Covent Garden. It has a mezzanine floor, which feels modern, spacious and airy. The menu for vegetarians is fairly small, but there is more than one option and great dietary labelling to suit all.
We had ‘The Full Veggie’ – the kitchen were happy to substitute the oven roasted tomatoes for beans. The presentation was fantastic, the food, on the whole, was good. The dish comprised a portobello mushroom, tomatoes, sourdough toast, eggs and guacamole. The eggs were a little over cooked and the toast was slightly caught on the edges, but very kindly, we were offered a free coffee to make up for it – which was very good quality.
Overall, a fairly decent, reasonably priced veggie breakfast. My only complaint in terms of value for money was our juices, which were very overpriced at £4.50 each for a small glass. A great option if you’re coming out to brunch with a meat eater at short notice as there is usually no problem getting a table. It’s also a short walk from from both Covent Garden and Picadilly underground stations.
2 x veggie breakfast = £19
2 x fresh small mixed juices = £9
Service charge = £3.50