Neatly tucked away from the bustling mayhem of Oxford Street is Ethos vegetarian restaurant. “Deliciously Different” is the mantra at Ethos, and it certainly lives up to this.  There is a self-serve menu, with tonnes of fresh and inventive dishes to choose from. All of the dishes are clearly labelled, with plenty of amazing vegan and gluten free options too. It’s a little gem!

Ethos Vegetarian Restaurant - Salad Spread

Each of the dishes are really tasty, and together totally delicious.  I love that you can have a bit of everything, and can cut out the 20 mins trying to decide what to have! I am the worst for that, so this is a welcome change. The only challenge is not to go mad and pile up the plate too high…
Ethos Vegetarian Restaurant - Christmas plate

There is a luxurious feel about the place, gold and white details and of course the tall birch trees adorned with flowers. All making for a gorgeous interior. Did I mention the flowers? So gorgeous, it’s woodland dining.

Ethos Vegetarian Restaurant - The Vegan Edit at large!

A few of my favourites are the vegan lentil pie, the sweet potato chips and the kale & mandarin salad.

 

Ethos Alchemy Restaurant - Deliciously Different

Ethos is a great place to go if you’ve given alcohol up for lent (well done you!) as there are loads of delicious alternatives such as my favourite Jarr kombucha, fresh juices and elderflower presse.   Although, if you do fancy a tipple there is a carefully curated organic vegan wine menu too, and a cocktail list including a divine espresso martini.

Ethos Elchemy Restaurant - "Detox" Superjuice

Ethos Vegetarian Restaurant - Gorgeous flowers

Whilst the desserts are delicious, I do think they’re slightly too pricey.  Tiny weeny squares of cake are £4 which is pretty insane if you ask me.  I can’t help but to compare the desserts to those at Wild Food Cafe (read my review here) which are far better value for money and much tastier.

Ethos Vegetarian Restaurant - Dessert Spread

Ethos Vegetarian Restaurant - Green Juice

If you’re out shopping on Oxford Street and need to re-fuel, or meeting friends after work and looking for a central location I’d recommend popping into Ethos vegetarian restaurant for a plate of something deliciously different.

When you do, let me know what you think?

Ruth x

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