Harden's survey result
“Never thought vegan food could be so guilt-inducing!”: this self-consciously decadent plant-based two-year-old – under ex-Vanilla Black chef Franco Casoli in a “lovely” mews off Sloane Square – is “just a damn good restaurant in many ways… unlike many other vegans that seem to equate vegan food with a depressing ambience!”. “The only grumble is the need to go downstairs to order”.
Vegan newcomer in a hyper-cute backstreet off Sloane Square, with a former Vanilla Black chef in the kitchen. Feedback is limited and a bit mixed: the food by-and-large escapes criticism, but on one visit “the ordering system didn’t seem very user-friendly”. Teething troubles?
Wulf & Lamb is a plant-based restaurant in Chelsea, tucked behind Sloane Square on one of London's cosiest mews streets Pavilion Road. The casual dining venue is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner with tables available outside on Pavilion Road as well as within the palm tree covered courtyard behind the restaurant.
|Wine per bottle||£24.00|
Wulf & Lamb Restaurant Diner Reviews
"On basis of one meal a good menu and a fine city. Good cakes too. But the service model is to order and pay before going upstairs to see if you have a seat. Tonight only one person taking orders, not easy to see a mummy, long chats about complex good and drink options, and keeps pausing to manage staff, oversee take aways, and look after a big party who are treating it like a normal restaurant which the rest of us aren't allowed to do."
"Tasty food, perhaps a little stodgy (maybe my choices) with reasonable range. The cafe style works and is pleasant for an informal meal. Service was average, giving the impression of being a little disorganised."
|Monday||8 am‑10 pm|
|Tuesday||8 am‑10 pm|
|Wednesday||8 am‑10 pm|
|Thursday||8 am‑10 pm|
|Friday||8 am‑10 pm|
|Saturday||8 am‑10 pm|
|Sunday||9 am‑9 pm|