Mali Vegan – Earl’s Court

Now THIS is a must-thai 🇹🇭 {ad}

Meet @mali.vegan – London’s VERY FIRST 100% vegan Thai restaurant 😍 and BOY was it worth the wait 🙌🏼

Authentic dishes exploding with flavour, perfect presentation, the sweetest, most genuine team and an adorable venue. It’s safe to say this has cemented its place in my heart and as one of my fave spots in the city 🥰 I can’t wait to go back and try the rest!

Their passion lies in creating authentic Thai dishes and replicating the flavour sensations and experiences from Bangkok. Every dish is either a family recipe or a veganised childhood fave. Many of them aren’t available anywhere else in the UK! 🌱

Here’s what I ate and thought:

🥘 Chickpea Massaman Curry.
💰 £10.50

🥘 Kua Kling Taohoo – Southern Styled stir fried mince soy
💰 £10.50
🏆 My favourite dish

🥗 Yum Tao Hoo Foo – Crispy Tofu Salad

🐟 Pla Tip Pad Prik – Vegan cod stir fried w/ chilli & morning glory
💰 £13.50

🌱 Por Pia Dok Mai – Fresh pea flower and vegetable rolls

🥗 Kao Yum – Southern styled Rice Salad
💰 £8.50

🥗 Som Tum – Green Papaya Salad. Pic 9

🍄 Satay Hed & Tao Hoo – Shiitake mushroom & tofu satay

💭A brilliantly varied menu with a tonne of flavour in each dish. You can taste the passion and love that’s gone into making them. The salads didn’t win me over as much as the others but that’s because I’m personally into the heartier dishes. The Kua Kling Taohoo was the stand out – salty, spicy, heavenly.
💰A couple are a tad on the expensive side but overall this is good value for money for the quality of food

🍽Name: @mali.vegan
📍Location: Earl’s Court
🌾Gluten Free Options? Yes
🌱100% vegan business? Yes
🍽 Cuisine: Thai
📦Leftovers: Yes, took lots home to eat later this week
🌍Sustainability:⁣⁣ ⁣⁣⁣They want to avoid plastic but can’t find a secure delivery lid that’s non plastic. If anyone has any reccs, please send them!
👨‍🍳 Owners are Thai
♿️ Wheelchair friendly: Outside, yes. Inside, no (toilet upstairs)
🐶 Dog friendly: Yes, outside only
🖤I’m the only person they’ve worked with but they plan to work with a diverse range of bloggers. I’ve sent some reccs

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