Last week, I went to the latest Vegan Nights event in East London.
Vegan Nights is a monthly, ticketed event and it has amazing food, bars, music and beauty products that you can buy. So here’s a look at the big September event, which celebrated one year of Vegan Nights.
Once we arrived, we wandered around and saw the buildings decorated with balloons and disco type decorations.
Took selfies in front of the pretty pink backdrop.
And enjoyed the atmosphere inside, with the bars and music.
After a while we headed outside, where most of the food stalls were and ate up a feast!
Our first foodie experience of the night, was at CookDaily.
This place does the most mouthwatering chicken teriyaki and it’s always our first port of call at Vegan Nights.
We then headed to another of our favourite stalls, Froconut.
They do two flavours of froyo with different toppings. I had the chocolate frozen yoghurt with raspberry sauce and desiccated coconut.
I’m not usually a fan of chocolate froyo or ice cream as I find it dry and powdery, but Froconut’s is really smooth and creamy.
We went back inside for a bit to bop along to some music, before visiting two more food stalls.
We tried Oh My Gulay! which sells Filipino food and it was so good. The noodles with tofu and lumpia (spring roll) were delicious.
We then ended our night at V Burger, where we got the Feisty Falafel burger.
I’ve had this before in Camden and it’s in my list of top three burgers. A falafel patty with mayonnaise, salad and gherkins, it’s an absolute delight.
Bellies full, we was ready to head home but we spotted a treat to take away.
I got an After Eight Choc Mint pot, which I ate the next day. I honestly wish I’d stocked up on dessert pots from Vegan Treats as it was so nice.
The next Vegan Nights event isn’t until the 1st November, which is World Vegan Day. Let me know what food you’d go for.