Eat of Eden has one of the largest patio areas at Brixton Village, makes purely vegan food, and serves one of the largest single person combo platters we’ve ever seen. Seriously, this thing is huge. It does come in at a hefty £16.95, but it’s really good. You can choose eight items from an extensive list, but you’d be making a mistake if you didn’t get the pumpkin and sweet potato curry, the fried dumplings, and the seaweed fritters. It’s not a light lunch, but you can always take what you don’t eat home for dinner (and lunch the next day probably). You can also go for single item meals (served with a grain and a side) or a wrap, though you’ll likely be taking those away for later because they’re enormous too.
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