Loving Hut

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669 Holloway Rd, Archway, North London, England, N195SE

Vegan food and non-alcoholic beverages. Formerly Peking Palace and in 2011 became an official branch of Loving Hut, an international chain of vegan food restaurants inspired by Supreme Master Ching Hai, an advocate for veg living. Each location is individually owned. Open Tue-Fri 12:00pm-3:00pm, Tue-Sun 6:00pm-11:00pm.

Category: Vegan, Chinese, Western, Juice bar, Delivery, Take-out

Reviews (50)

First Review by Nickysr

Great value buffet - Edit

I often go here for the lunch buffet which is all you can eat and very cheap for what you get. Nice Asian-style food choices, both vegetables and fake meat - downside for me is that they only have a couple of gluten-free options usually.

Pros: Great food, Low price

Cons: Not many GF options


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Vegan sanctuary! - Edit

Wonderful place for vegans who like Chinese food. Loads of meat and fish substitute dishes and they all taste amazing!

Famous vegan faces on the wall to accompany your dining experience!


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Best Chinese food in London - Edit

This is one of my favourite vegan restaurants in London. The food is always super tasty and it's inexpensive.

Pros: All vegan. Delicious food

Cons: Service can be a bit slow


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Delicious take away - Edit

I often come here to get take away.

I love the food here, it's not the healthiest but really hits the spot when you're after a treat.

I often have the chicken burger which is delicious and crispy. The chocolate cake is great too.

The staff are friendly, it can be a bit disorganised when it's busy but they are always very apologetic.

Pros: huge menu, very close to tube station, good value for money

Cons: can be a bit slow when busy


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loving hut - Edit

The food is really nice


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My favourite not healthy food - Edit

I usually eat healthy food but this place is so good that I make an exception sometimes ;) Typical Chinese food: a lot of mock meat, soy sauce and fat. But it taste so good... The restaurant looks very kitschy (fake decorations, plastic flowers on the tables) but somehow it's still quite nice.

Updated from previous review on 2016-10-23


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best Chinese ever! - Edit

even if you're not vegan you'll love the Chinese as you don't get any funny tummy aches the next day ? the food is so delicious including the desserts - my go to for vegan Chinese


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Very nice - Edit

Nice place with extensive vegan menu and great service. Big menu, dishes are quite small so you should get at least two things a person, which is still affordable. The food was pretty good, and it was on the table in no time. Would definately eat here again when in the area.

Updated from previous review on 2016-10-02

Pros: Lots of choice, Good service


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so much choice! - Edit

Sooo much choice here! What ever kind of vegan food you like, you will find it here! The also have a lot of fake meat, I don't eat that kind of food often, but the succeed to make it taste delicious. The dumblings were great. I also had some pad thai and I was satisfied.


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Friendly, Relaxed, Plenty of Choice, Cheap - Edit

There is plenty of choice, it's laid back and friendly and mega cheap too. Any #londonvegans should pop in and check it out.

#crueltyfree #veganism #ethical #sustainable #compassionate #therightchoice

Pros: plenty of choice, cheap, friendly atmosphere found myself chatting with mul


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Absolutely Amazing! - Edit

The menu is HUGE and all of it is vegan! It was actually really hard to pick something haha. The dumplings for starters were gorgeous. My pad thai was delicious and everyone else loved their meal too, and were very impressed by the vegan beef.
There's a few western style desserts too and the chocolate cake was amazing, pretty rich but I still managed the whole slice!
AND it's very affordable! For starters, mains and desserts and drinks for 5 people it was only £80! That's £16 per person and I was stuffed

Pros: Delicious Food, Huge Menu

Cons: Hard to pick!


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Sizzle sizzle - Edit

Always awesome food at Loving Huts (if you like fake meats like I do). I had a sizzling fish dish which is quite entertaining when it arrives! And hey, not often that you get vegan fish that's actually good! Someone recommended the chocolate cake so I had that, and woah! that was the most generous portion of cake I've ever seen! Good stuff


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Mind Blowing - Edit

Was absolutely blown away at how much like meat all the faux meats were, in both taste and texture!
Overall it was fantastic! :) And so inexpensive!!

Pros: Tasty, Value for money, Friendly Staff


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Amazing - Edit

First time trying this place. Absolutely amazing. Had the spring roll and vegan duck to start. And then vegan beef and black bean for mains. Finished with vegan chocolate cake with ice cream. All AMAZING.


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Terrible - Edit

Second time we've visited this restaurant and first time it wasn't that great but the novelty of being entirely vegan and being able to get Peking duck made us go back again. Second time was worse. It was all just gloopy and flavourless. We ordered a Sichuan dish because they are famously spicy. This was was probably the blandest of them all. Staff are well meaning but a bit useless and the lady in charge is useless and quite rude. Better Chinese food can be had at a non-vegan Chinese restaurants.

Pros: vegan

Cons: not good food!


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highly disappointed - Edit

I'd give Loving Hut one star if Happy Cow allows reviewers to give one star. The food was HORRIBLE and extremely salty. This is by far the worst began place I ever been. Bad food. Bad service.


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delicious! - Edit

Love love love this food - for a vegan it's amazing. Prawn crackers, stir fries, 'egg' fried rice and duck pancakes. Their seitan meat is delicious, as is their fish and chip meal. The desserts and drinks are also worth a try. Personal favourites include the duck pancakes, sesame toast and crispy chilli beef.

Only criticisms would be the slightly off-hand service and occasional strange videos - my first time there they showed abattoir footage, the second time was an oddly narrated footage of ducks, then of people walking their dog, then of monks praying. It's kinda funny actually

Pros: delicious food, close to transport links

Cons: closed on Mondays, service could be friendlier, bit pricey if like me you order too much all the t


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Very good, but on the pricier side for quality - Edit

Really wide variety of delicious vegan chinese food but it's not the highest quality stuff


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