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New Roots Cafe
If you don't feel saintly enough dining out on vegan food, you can visit this veggie/vegan caf and social enterprise to top up your do-gooder (and dairy-free) brownie points. All profits go to a local homeless shelter Highway House.

Address: 346 Caledonian Road | Telephone: |

Darjeeling Express
Forget gloopy korma: the dishes at Kingly Court's new eatery are a cut above the rest. Expect venison kofta, and aubergine smothered in a thick, peanutty sauce. Pick puzchas as a starter and enjoy the ritual of decanting tamarind water into crunchy, chickpea filled shells, before popping them in your mouth whole.

Address: 48 Carnaby St | Telephone: 020 7287 2828 |

The Providores
 The Antipodeans know how to brunch. This slinky eatery brimming with Kiwiana (think weaved flax wall hangings) is the perfect weekend go-to for French toast with bacon and honey mascarpone, spicy chorizo hash and kick-ass flat whites.

Address: 109 Marylebone High St | Telephone: +44 20 79356175 |

Bocca Di Lupo
Jacob Kenedy's (of Moro fame) unpretentious restaurant opened in 2009 to a wave of outstanding reviews, and its popularity hasn't waned since. Tables are set at the far side of a long, marble bar set right in front of the kitchen, but if you want to watch your fritti (order the divinely light artichoke a la giudia and mozzarella bocconcini) deep-fried in front of you very eyes, book a seat at the bar. Pasta dishes, as you would hope, are exceptional. Save room for the heavenly brioche sandwich of pistachio, chestnut and hazlenut gelati.

Address: 12 Archer Street, W1 | Telephone: 020 7734 2223 |

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