Tendril Kitchen – Oxford Circus

One of the best veggie restaurants in London is temporarily living near Regent Street 🌱 {ad}⁣⁣
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You may have seen me singing the praises of @tendril_kitchen’s food before! 🎤

They used to be at @sunand13cantons and now they’re at this spot just off of Regent Street for a few months before they find a permanent home 🏠 they’re currently crowdfunding for this – head to their bio to check that out 👀

The super talented (and lovely) @chefrishimsachdeva is a wizard when it comes to using seasonal British produce to create super unique, clever dishes 🌱
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Here’s what I tucked into:


🌱 Cauliflower, sweet potato, moilee, pok choy salad, crispy shallots, black rice
💰 £14

🌱 Crispy celeriac, nigella seeds, remoulade, parsley aioli
💰£7.50

🍄 Chipotle mushroom, crispy potato, leek, peanuts, salsa verde
💰£16

🌱 Hoisin aubergine bao, pickled carrots, peanut sambal
💰£6.50

🌮 Blue corn tostada, smoked beetroot ‘nduja, chilli fennel pickle, tapenade
💰£7.50

🌱 Jerusalem artichoke, cracker, chive
💰£5

🥔 “Chinatown” purple potatoes, sticky soy, sesame cracker
💰£7.50

🍰 Tiramisu
💰 £6

💭 Summary: Tendril ticks every box – flavoursome, hearty, creative food that leaves you feeling stuffed yet wanting more at the same time. I wish we had one of these in every area of the city but how nice to have a spot like this in central London. This place is epic!
🏆 Faves: The cauliflower dish and tiramisu dessert did it for me but I’d order almost all of these again. Even the celeriac dish was tasty and celeriac and I normally don’t see eye to eye.
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🎥 For video footage, head to my reels!⁣⁣⁣
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🍽 Name: @tendril_kitchen
📍Location: Oxford Circus
🌾GF Options: ⁣Yes⁣
🌱100% vegan business? ⁣No⁣⁣ (one veggie dish)⁣
🍽 Cuisine: Modern, veggie focused⁣⁣⁣⁣
📦Leftovers: Yes, took them home to have for dinner
🌍Sustainability:⁣⁣ ⁣⁣⁣Strong focus on local, seasonal food from independent producers. They are also passionate about tackling food waste. No plastic seen⁣
👨‍🍳 Owner is Indian
♿️ Wheelchair friendly: No
🐶 Dog friendly: No
🖤 Tendril invites a diverse range of bloggers to try the food

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