Mildred's

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9 Jamestown Rd, Camden Town, North West London, England, NW1 7BW

Vegetarian restaurant, the second and larger location of the London Mildred's established in 1988. Open Mon-Fri 12:00pm-11:00pm, Sat 11:00am-11:00pm, Sun 12:00pm-10:00pm.

Categories: Vegan-friendly, Lacto, Ovo, International

28 Reviews

First Review by Buddha boy

Reliably Good - Edit

A wide array of food, reasonably priced for London.
The venue is clean and on trend. The mushroom & ale pies and choice of burgers always go well down with family and friends. The children particularly like the sweet potato fries and the accompanying dips. Highly recommended.

Pros: Wide choice of food from different countries, Vegan and vegetarian options, Clean and trendy venue

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a must go - Edit

Definitely my fav restaurant in London so far. Incredible choice in the menus. Everything is tasty and full of flavours. The staff is very friendly and helpful. Well located in Camden. Often crowded, the place is really appreciated.

Pros: good and tasty

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Buzzing restaurant with classy food - Edit

From the moment we arrived it was clear that meeting our dietary requirements was key. Even before we had a table we were asked allergies etc. The tables are packed in tightly and the general atmosphere is lively and fun. The food is all vegetarian with the majority of dishes being vegan. There are vegan options on most of the rest. Food was well presented and work good portion sizes. Prices are higher than the average cafe but the standard is above the average vegan cafe. Meal for 2 including starters was £40. Great night out.

Pros: Almost everything can be vegan, Friendly, attentive staff

Cons: can be very busy with a wait for a table, prices are higher than most vegan venues

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Dinner - Edit

Great organic wine. Tofu stirfry was fab, and I loved the non-greasy sweet potato fries. It was my first time at a Mildred's restaurant and I would happily return.

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beautiful place - Edit

Great food, would be a lovely place for a date, haha!

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health - Edit

health and expensive, a lot like the Mae Deli. I didn't love it very much.

Pros: healthy, wide selection

Cons: expensive

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Always happy! - Edit

Been to most of Mildred’s branches around the city. Easy, satisfying food at a good price! All dishes I’ve tried have been good - love the vegan burger.

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generally good. service excellent - Edit

Organic and vegan Wines are very good- waiter offered to exchange it for a lighter wine when I said I didn’t enjoy the taste -

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lacking - Edit

The food here seemed a little uninspired. Coming from Melbourne Australia I've been a little spoiled for choice and quality when it comes to vegan food. I ordered a mushroom pie with fries and it was essentially just that, mushrooms in between some pastry & fries. It could have done with a creamy coconut sauce and some tofu & vegetables to qualify as a proper meal. Pretty disappointing for a (now) franchise restaurant. I've tasted far better from independent pubs in Melbourne. Variety and flavour in each meal is surely lacking and needs improvement and some bold additions of herbs and spices.

Pros: accessibility

Cons: uninspired meals that make for an arduous dining e

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New Years Eve - Edit

This was the perfect place to spend New Years eve. Wasn't expecting to find somewhere so vegan friendly and then to find this place was just incredible. The food was just amazing, couldn't stop buying more from the menu.

Pros: Great local, Amazing food

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Best restaurant ever! - Edit

I've been to this restaurant twice and the one in Soho once, and both were amazing but if you want Soho, you may need to queue, whereas the one in Camden has a bit more seating :) I've got the same incredible burger and chips every time (see photos) so next time I'll get the Thai green curry which also tastes amazing! Love the staff here too, not a bad word to say

Pros: Amazing vegan menu including cheese and mayo, Love the staff, Convinces non-vegans to go vegan!!

Cons: Absolutely none

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Lovely Food, Cocktails To Die For - Edit

We had a voucher for Mildred's, and I must admit, it's not the first place I'd think to go, although I'd heard good things, but we had an amazing meal! Really lovely food, including a pie with chips and mushy peas, and a nice tart to finish.

Pros: Lovely food choices, Great service

Cons: Can end up spending a lot(!)

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Nice food, quick service - Edit

The food was really good and handily for me they have an allergen menu so you can easily check exactly what is vegan, gluten-free, nut-free etc. Mains perhaps a little bit pricey - £12 for a salad bowl is pushing it a little bit. The stand out part of the visit though was the extremely quick food service. The only other slight negative was that the tables for 2 people down the far wall are crammed quite closely together so to squeeze out between tables, it feels a bit like you're intruding on someone else's meal.

Pros: Very quick food service, Enough options for vegans , Gluten-free options

Cons: Little bit pricey, Some tables very close together

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Good option - Edit

Lots of choice. Nice atmosphere.

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Beautiful - Edit

I had been dying to go here for a while because of how well it's known in the UK and I wasn't disappointed. The staff were lovely and attentive, service quick and the food absolutely delicious. I will definitely be returning!

Pros: Taste, Options , Staff

Cons: Portion Size

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Nice flavours, friendly staff - Edit

We've been there a couple of times. I can speak about the salads, they have raw vegan options and are very tasty and big protions. You can choose two sizes, as a side or as a main.

Service are very warm and friendly and make your stay there very comfortable.

Pros: Lots of vegan options, Raw vegan options, juices and smoothies

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a must go restaurant - Edit

The menu was almost all vegan. What I ate was just totally superb. Had to roll out of there. Was stuffed. If only I could go every day! I totally would... no doubt in my mind this is a must visit restaurant. I will be returning! (Many times)

Pros: good vegan range

Cons: not cheap, some veggie options

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Great vegan place - Edit

Lovely place and tasty food, very conveniently in London. Service was excellent !

Pros: lots of vegan options , friendly staff and nice restaurant decor , great location

Cons: food was quite greasy, oily ...

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All the great Mildred's food but characterless decor - Edit

Mildred's in Soho is a veggie institution and we are big fans. But the no booking rule is an issue. So we were delighted to hear that Mildred's has opened a restaurant with bookings in Camden. The menu isn't identical but general style of the food is just the same - fusion of good comfort food with sparking contemporary flavours. We shared the bean, pea and mint dip to start - really tasty especially the smoky tomatoes. Then a haloumi & aubergine burger, and a mushroom & ale pie. All delicious - especially the legendary (fries) chips. And we shared poached peaches & ice cream for dessert - really delicious. Including one lovely smoothie it came to around £50 for two of us. On a busy Saturday night service a bit chaotic to start but then settled down - all staff were friendly. So, why not 5 stars? The decor and atmosphere was very anonymous corporate style. No character and not a place to linger.

Pros: The fries; the fries ..., Tasty fresh food

Cons: No character

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just what I needed. - Edit

After a long day sightseeing dear Happycow led me to this lovely little restaurant with great food and great service.
I will be coming back next time I'm in London!

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Unimaginative food, inattentive staff - Edit

Ate here with my boyfriend on Saturday night before we went to a concert at the Roundhouse. It's really well-located for the music venues in Camden, and since we arrived at around 5pm, we got a table straight away. Unfortunately, that was the best part of our experience. We were seated at a corner table next to the windows, which became uncomfortably warm as the sun was shining directly on us. The staff were too busy chatting amongst themselves and setting out cutlery on empty tables to notice that we were ready to order. I finally flagged down a waiter around 20 minutes after we'd arrived - and I noticed another couple closer to the bar who arrived several minutes after us had actually been served their meal while we were waiting to order! We both had the burrito, which was ok but nothing I couldn't make at home. The vegan cheese on the top of mine was so bland I couldn't taste it at all. The burrito was quite spicy with not enough salad/guac for my liking, although I may just be a wimp. We shared the peanut butter brownie for dessert, which tasted nice but was not worth £6.50. The worst part was having a compulsory service charge added to our bill! I would have complained but we needed to leave to go to the concert. Wouldn't eat here again and I wouldn't recommend it!

Pros: More tables than Mildred's in Soho, Good location

Cons: Inattentive staff, Boring overpriced food, Noisy and too hot

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Fantastic food with plenty of space - Edit

We went to the new mildred for brunch on Sunday. It was great that we could book a table before we went (unlike the soho one). There was lots of space and the portions were really generous and there was incredible selection of vegan desserts. I would definitely recommend it.

Pros: Lots of space, Generous portions, Great food

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A restaurant or a bad music venue? - Edit

I called in here looking to book a table at the "new" Mildreds a few months back for an anniversary meal. Mildreds in Soho i=has always been well worth a visit - if a tad pricey. The new Camden joint was super busy - obviously popular - but I didn't bother waiting to book a table as the atmosphere was dominated by loud "uninteresting" music. Don't get me wrong, I have tinitus from decades of going to loud punk rock gigs but when I go to have a meal at a restaurant I want to be able to converse with my friends without the need to shout and crane my neck across the table to hear their response. I left, I was there for less than 3 minutes soaking up the atmosphere or rather being assaulted by it. So here's hoping the soon to open Kings Cross Mildreds does not feel the need to accompany its food with loud muzak.

Pros: Easy to get to.

Cons: Loud music playing.

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Mildred's but with elbow room - Edit

Same great Mildred's but with much more space and less waiting for a table. The Sri Lankan curry was lovely and the chocolate brownie was as awesome as ever.

Pros: Great food , Friendly staff , Less crowded than Soho one

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incredible menu suitable for mixed veg/non veg groups - Edit

This is a great place to bring your carnist friends for a special meal. It's a fancy style restaurant (which feels a bit odd for Camden in my books, but no matter) with an impressively diverse and creative menu. However I found the meal quite heavy (generous with the oil?) and salty.

Pros: fancy - not many veg options in this market, creative menu

Cons: salty

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Great lunch - Edit

Mildred's is fabulous, For starter we shared the Rose harrisa hoummus, smoky babaganoush & flatbread. Both were nothing exciting and not a huge portion . I highly recommend the classic burger which we had with sweet potato fries. We also tried the mock duck cassoulet which was average. The best part of lunch was the Chocolate peanut butter brownie. The restaurant is quite new so when I asked to change the baby I had to step over all the produce and mop and buckets etc to get to the disabled loo. Not ideal but the food good.

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Light and airy with plenty of vegan options - Edit

The new Camden branch of Mildred's is brighter and more spacious than the Soho branch. Even at lunchtime service was quick and friendly. I had the Organic Detox Salad, with tofu. The flavours mingled perfectly and even the small size was enough for lunch.

Pros: Light and spacious, Speedy service, Good choice of vegan dishes

Cons: Not completely vegan

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