• Vegetarian Vegetarian
    ( 5 reviews )

869 Green Lanes, Winchmore Hill, North London, England, N21 2QS

Vegetarian restaurant opened Feb 2018. Menu offers primarily vegan food dishes, from starters and mezze to burgers and salads to mains and desserts. All items are available as gluten-free. Cocktail bar. Open Tue-Sat 11:00am-3:00pm, 5:00pm-11:00pm, Sun 10:30am-4:00pm.

Categories: Vegan-friendly, Lacto, Ovo, Beer/Wine, British, Fusion

5 Reviews

First Review by foxno2

Great Vegan Restaurant in North London - Edit

Not long opened restaurant in Winchmore Hill. Excellent choice of vegan options and good service.

I would recommend Pancakes for starters and Curry for main course

Pros: Great Food, Nice staff

Cons: A wee bit pricy

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Good addition - Edit

New vegetarian/vegan restaurant in Winchmore Hill - good food and friendly people. Decor a little minimalist at present until they get their artwork sorted soon but lighting was good and we very much enjoyed our visit. Interesting idea to have 5 signature cocktails to accompany the food - the Munch Shake was delicious. Particularly enjoyed the Baked Lentil & Tzatziki starter and the Chocolate & Chilli Burger. They've just started to do a Sunday brunch from 10am to 4pm so we look forward to going back to try that soon.

Pros: Vegetarian with clearly marked vegan dishes, Good food, Friendly staff

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Fabulous - Edit

Much has just opened, so is still a little bare until they get their artwork on the walls etc.

I visited on their opening night and sampled their tasting menu. It's very hard for me to find gluten free vegan/veggie food so it was a delight that Munch cater for this.

Food and wine was lovely.

Looking forward to visiting again.

Pros: Vegan, Gluten free, Owner open to suggestions

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poor - Edit

Staff were nice but service was extremely slow. Waited an hour between courses, food came out cold and didn't taste nice. They didn't have everything on the menu available and the restaurant is very bare

Pros: lots of veggie and vegan options, Gluten free available , Friendly staff

Cons: Expensive for what it is, food isn't great, slow service

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munchrestaurant 02 Mar 2018 - Thank-you for your review. Based on when you posted this review I would assume you came on Saturday 17th. We had only been open a couple of days at this time and we had a major issues in the kitchen that night loosing power for about 1 hour. This affected the quality of our food on the night, which it should not have done, and also caused delays in getting the food to the table. The decor is bare as we are working with a local artist (Patrick Samuel) to paint the walls so will change significantly once he has done this. If you would like to come again I am happy to offer you a couple of complementary mains to make up for your poor experience on the night. If you are interested in this please contact me directly on I very much hope you will take me up on the offer as if you look at the other reviews elsewhere and on this site we are getting very good reviews. Anyway hope to see you soon for a much better experience :-)  

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Delicous and local - Edit

So happy to have somewhere that produces wonderful vegan food so close to home. All dishes were either fully vegan or could be made vegan. Also had some delicious wine.

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