I feel sad about posting this review. As it’s only the second vegan restaurant to open in Oxford, I was really excited to visit Delhish Vegan Kitchen and to give my support to a new independent vegan business. Unfortunately, based on our experience when we visited for Valentine’s Day, I don’t feel able to recommend it.
The pop-up saw the launch of V Stack’s brand new burger, the Jammer Stack, which I was told took them endless tweaks and hours and hours of work to get perfect. On tasting it, I hope they feel the time and effort was absolutely worth it, because this burger is insane!
With Valentine’s Day around the corner, whether you typically ‘celebrate’ it or not, it’s a great excuse to go out and enjoy some tasty vegan food. Explore our round-up of great vegan food in Oxford, whether you’re looking to go all out, or for something a bit more low-key.
Tucked away down King Edward Street is this cute Scandinavian Café, Skogen Kitchen, and they are nailing the hygge vibes. Having spied that they sell vegan cinnamon buns to order on their website, I was sure they would be a vegan-friendly spot to meet a friend for a light lunch and long catch-up.