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Miranda Cafe: Crouch End

Miranda Cafe is a relatively new vegetarian restaurant in Crouch End Broadway (nearest tube stop: Crouch Hill). Most of their menu is vegan and it is all clearly labelled. Staff were friendly and helpful without being overbearing, and the place was fresh and modern looking with plants, mirrors and exposed brickwork which gave it a trendy but elegant feel.

Brunch (until 1500):

  • Vegan eggs rancheros - Santa Maria tortilla, black beans, scrambled vegan eggs, guacamole, spicy salsa, vegan cheese, and pico de gallo

  • Vegan pancakes and berries - American style pancakes with berry compote, banana and maple syrup

  • Avocado guacamole on sourdough bread - served with a salad garnish

  • Vegan English breakfast - grilled spicy vegan sausages, baked beans, scrambled vegan eggs, sauteed mushrooms, slow roasted potatoes, and tomatoes, with toasted sourdough bread

  • Vegan Latin American breakfast - cornbread arepas, mixed beans, scrambled vegan eggs, fried plantain, and avocado guacamole, with salad

Main Menu:

  • Mock chicken burger - crispy mock chicken, sweet chili sauce, onion, gherkin, and iceberg lettuce, served with roasted potatoes

  • BBQ jackfruit burger - with homemade slaw, and BBQ tomato sauce, served with roasted potatoes

  • Korean kimchi burger - crispy burger, with lemongrass, coriander, chili, kimchi pickle, and gochujang chili sauce, served with roasted potatoes

  • Reuben sandwich - homemade seitan, sauerkraut, vegan cheese, and avocado, on artisan bread and salad garnish

  • Vegan hot dog - with coleslaw, gherkin, vegan mayo, ketchup, English mustard, served with roasted potatoes and salad

  • Arepas sandwich - with black beans, grilled plantains, salsa, pulled jackfruit, mexican guacamole, and chimichurri sauce

  • Crispy chickpea and veggie salad - on a bed of mixed salad with balsamic dressing

  • Quinoa power salad - with roasted sweet potatoes, peas, cranberries, and mixed crispy leaves, topped with roasted seeds, and ginger dressing

  • Vegan katsu curry - panko seitan, coconut jasmine rice, radish, beans, and carrot salad, with ginger dressing

  • Vegan shepherd’s pie - with red and brown lentils, parsnips, carrots, brussels sprouts, and cauliflower, in tomato sauce and herbs, with potato mash

  • Caribbean dish - jackfruit in traditional tomato sauce, coconut rice, black beans, guacamole, and grilled plantains

  • Vegan lasagna - with roasted aubergines, courgettes, passata, bechamel sauce, and salad

Vegan hot dog!

We went for the hot dogs, they were made out of seitan, were totally loaded with toppings and were delicious! The potatoes were rolled in spices and were soft. Both sides were super tasty and healthier than most hot dog accompaniments. I'd have a hard time coming back here and not going for the hot dogs again but I want to return for the breakfasts which also sound incredible.

Staff: 5/5

Setting: 5/5

Atmosphere: 4/5

Presentation: 5/5

Taste: 5/5

Address: 28 Broadway Parade, London N8 9DB

Opening hours:

Monday - Thursday 0930 - 1630

Friday 0930 - 1800

Saturday 1000 - 1800

Sunday 1000 - 1700

As always these posts are based on places I've listed on - the London Vegan Food Map based on tube stop.

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