I eat here every time I'm in London, and I'm not even vegan. For anyone considering a more plant based diet, this restaurant offers the best of what that lifestyle... read more
My husband and I just got back from eating dinner at Plant Matter Bistro. We went with another couple who suggested we go there.
My hubby was a little... read more
The Bibimbap is beyond delicious... It's the best I've had...and p.s..I don't know your name (waitress) but you made my day with your note...😊😊😊
The place is nice and clean. The tables are apart from each other, providing a safety distance between the clients. The pictures on the walls are very nice and there are a lot of mirrors giving a sensation of a bigger space. It is nice to see the chef cooking, and the staff is very polite and nice. All the plates have an amazing look and they also taste very good. We can feel the freshness of the veggies and all the elements are very well combined. We ate the burgers with salad and pasta salad, and we loved. A place to go with family and friends!
My brother and I went for dinner and we both loved our meals so much. This was the second time we’ve been there and everything that we ordered was so delicious. Great service and very clean. Most definitely going back! i highly recommended this restaurant.
This restaurant has a metropolitan New York vibe to it with classic decor. Our server Lauren was friendly and knowledgeable about wine pairings and menu ingredients - one of my friends has a serious food allergy and Lauren put her mind at ease with careful preparation of her meal.
I have been to PMB a handful of times, and every single time my taste buds go on the tastiest adventure. Gals night or date night, every single visit has been wonderful. Bonus: the staff are the best people!!!!! When in doubt get the ravioli. My mouth is watering just thinking about it. You should go!
So delicious...and I'm not vegan or vegetarian.
Great place, very nice inside. Food was amazing - have been to Plant Matter Kitchen in Wortley but first time for Bistro. Went for Londonlicious blizzard edition. Jazmin served us, was amazing and accommodating. Very knowledgeable and pleasant. Definitely worth a go if you’re vegan, vegetarian, or curious!
❤Enchiladas & Florentine Flatbread🤤
It’s our go-to restaurant. Never disappointed.
Wonderful service, tasty food and relaxing atmosphere! Will definitely be back and recommend to check the place out!
A work lunch brought me here but I was curious to try since it came on the scene. The space is long, deep with tall ceilings so the atmosphere can be quite boisterous when full. Our party was 10 people and we pre-ordered but our meals still took a little while - they claimed a rush before we showed up. Not really an issue, unless time is a concern. However, even with (despite?) the pre-order, our presence was kinda...overlooked? No drink orders taken without prompting and the servers seemed very disorganized.
My meal was the Po'boy sandwich (crispy tofu | avocado | lettuce | tomato | onion | garlic aioli) with a side Caesar salad. The tofu had a great crispy batter and all the toppings worked very well together. The salad was good, the classic taste not missing a bit, but the lettuce was a bit wilted/soggy. I ordered the chocolate cheesecake as well and was very happy with every bite.
My first time at a vegan restaurant and I was not disappointed.
We shared three different mains (ranked in order of deliciousness):
1) chickpea & mushroom burger
2) sweet potato gnocchi
3) the pomodoro linguine
In addition, we tried the daily soup (a strong Thai-flavoured concoction) and the dark chocolate cheesecake. I was thoroughly impressed with how well each item was made despite great ingredient limitations.
Unfortunately, this review is brought down a star due to some bizarre service. Near the beginning, while our waitress was listing off some of the specials, a green bead-like object suddenly dropped onto my napkin. I thought it was a piece of jewellery that had come off her bracelet, so I picked it up to return it to her. It was at this moment that I regretted my action, as the bead was sticky. Turned out it was her cough medicine, and she nonchalantly said: "Oh that's just my cough drop", picked it up, and proceeded as if nothing had happened. No apology, no new napkin, and three very confused customers. It was an accident, but her whole attitude about it and throughout the evening was a bit off-putting.
Otherwise, PMB seems like a fabulous location in London for vegan options.