Reviews Restaurants & Pubs


We’ve been to Mildred’s a few times so far, at their Soho branch. As it is quite busy I haven’t been able to take a picture of the location without showing people too. Also, I would highly recommend booking if possible, as one time, we wanted to drop-in and they were full with an waiting time of over 45 minutes. Obviously the place is very popular because the food is so good. I have only a few pictures, but these are enough to showcase how wonderful their food is.

Kebab at Mildred's

MERCIMEK KOFTE is red lentil kofte, butternut cranberry red rice, whipped tahini, turkish pepper, morcheh sorkh. It was delicious. I loved the whipped tahini, such an interesting addition to the dish.


BOKKEUMBAP is made with kimchi fried rice, clean bean tofu, gochujang sesame sauce, nori. The kimchi makes the dish a bit spicy, so keep that in mind. Although it does depend on each individual’s preference, my husband and I have different views on how spicy something is, for example.
I am a huge kimchi fan, so I loved this. I would order this again without any doubt.

I also tried their SOUL BOWL, with goji berries, carrot, quinoa, kale, sesame mushrooms, pumpkin seeds, avocado, cashew butter. This was delightful too, I loved it so much. Their other two mains are a curry and a kebab, they also have burgers and a Ruben. So there is plenty of choice.


This is one of their cocktails. I had two, at different times, but I can’t remember which one was this.

Sticky toffee pudding

When it comes to desserts, the CARROT CAKE STICKY TOFFEE is a must try. I enjoyed it very much.


WHITE CHOCOLATE TIRAMISU was fantastic. As vegans, we would love to have more options for desserts, as many restaurants are making only cakes, as in Victoria sponge, or brownies. There is nothing wrong with those, of course, but we also like smooth and creamy desserts, such as tiramisu. This one from Mildred’s was so good, smooth, not too sweet despite the white chocolate, and a very good portion size.

Mildred’s have branches throughout central London, in Soho, Camden, King’s Cross, Dalston, Borough Market, Covent Garden. Starters are around £7, mains £13, and desserts £7, just to give you an idea of prices.

4 Comment

    1. It is a lovely place, the one in Soho, although all are in popular and central locations. Thank you for stopping by. xx

  1. I’m drawn to that top photo. I just saw something the other day that referred to whipped tahini. Both of the desserts look delicious and decadent. I can see why you enjoy this restaurant.
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