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CLOSED: Vgango

  • Vegan
    ( 6 reviews )
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39 Webbs Road, Battersea, South West London, England, SW11 6RX

Vegan deli and shop offering Vegusto, Redwood, and Fry's products among others. You can also eat panini sandwiches, English wraps, jacked potatoes, veggie hot dogs, cakes, and more. FEB 2013 CLOSED FOR RELOCATION but no updates. REMOVED.

Category: Vegan, Western, Fast food, Take-out, English

Reviews (6)

First Review by mamaunsell

Great little cafe - Edit

I have been there a few times now, and they have great, simple, tasty vegan food.

They also have an awesome selection of vegan products to purchase (the vegan fish is amazing!).

Pros: friendly staff, good value

Cons: very small - takeaway venue mainly


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Great little Clapham local - Edit

Great little vegan deli/cafe tucked away in the quiet neighbourhood streets of Clapham. Delicious paninis and other hot foods and sweets perfect for breakfast or lunch. The cheesy ham or chicken toastie is not to be missed. Well worth checking out!

Pros: Great filling food, Friendly staff, All vegan

Cons: doesn't accept card, Very limited seating


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Vgango for it - Edit

Don't miss out on this lovely little deli. We asked the very helpful guy serving to make us whatever he wanted. We were treated to really fab paninis with bacon, cheese, tomato and pesto.
This is the perfect place for a tasty and value for money breakfast or lunch. The food isn't home-made but it's really good. They also sell world-class cakes made by Ms Cupcake.
There are only a couple of seats but they are soon hoping to get permission for outdoor seating.

Pros: all vegan, really tasty & helpful, good value


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Great for lunch - Edit

We had chick'n + mozzarella paninis for lunch and it was really tasty and cheap as well!
It's an all vegan menu, they do hot dogs, burgers, paninis, jacket potatoes and wraps. Everything very cheap, around £3. Plus, they also have some grocery items for you to conveniently pick up.
It's a small place but they're getting outside seating. They don't do card payments for now.
We're definitely going there again, you should to!

Pros: Delicious food, Cheap, Friendly staff

Cons: Closes at 5pm


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Great Local Vegan Cafe - Edit

One of only vegan cafes in South London. Cheap prices, they do some tasty cupcakes and paninis and often have things like mushroom pies or curries if you arrive early. Great selection of vegan cheeses and frozen products too. Really friendly staff. Say they are soon to get outdoor seating.

Pros: Good Food, Only one around., Friendly staff.


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Fantastic - Edit

Mainly a takeaway selling paninis, wraps, baked potatoes, soy hot chocolate and loads of different coffees. They have a fridge and freezer and have a large variety of frys products (I didn't know they did so many) that lovely streaky bacon from redwood. Also supplying vegusto cheese and fake sliced meats (delicious). Small yet lots of choice, so I had a BLT with cheese panini, very nice, and that evening also tried the pizza, that was so nice.Pizza is not usually my thing, but this was the best I have ever tasted. Not sure about seating I didn't notice. Oh they also sell Ms cupcakes from Brixton cupcakes, got to try them. They do take credit cards with larger orders, otherwise cash is king

Pros: lots of vegan choices, scrumptious, v friendly

Cons: I'm moving to Barnes


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