There are many vegan pubs in England these days, so you’ll have no trouble finding a good nut or veggie roast, with all the trimmings (washed down with some artisan vegan beer).
The Barn (Rugby) is a fully vegan country pub, serving good home-cooked meals and tasty ale. Dog-friendly (check, at time of writing yes). Hoping to be the world’s vegan steakhouse, it now offers a vegan carvery:
Choose three slices of vegan gammon, beef or steak. Then add in your Yorkshires along with veggies (glazed parsnips, cauliflower broccoli cheese, roast potatoes and more, in vegan gravy). You can ‘double your meats’ and add in extra Yorkshires and a starter for a set price. And for a few quid more, you get a third dessert course and coffee. Again, many ‘special nights’ raise money for a farm sanctuary.
The Spread Eagle (London) was the city’s first vegan pub, which has a seasonal menu working with local producers and foragers to reproduce pub classics like this roast dinner, with minimal waste.
Harp & Crown (Wiltshire) uses seasonal ingedients to produce a fully plant-based menu, with profits helping a local farm sanctuary.
The Roundhill (Brighton) is a very popular city pub, with a safe inclusive space for all, and weekly rotating menus in line with seasonal ingredients.
The Tipsy Vegan (Norwich) offers craft beers from local brewers, along with super vegan food.