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My name's Sam Kelleher, and I am a Senior Full-Stack Web Developer / Software Architect based in London. This website mostly contains a sample of work from my portfolio, tips and best practicies for building web applications, and reviews + photos of food and hotels in London.

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Vegetarian Tag

PizzaBuzz

Tucked away on a side street this a vegetarians dream. They have so many available toppings for the pizzas. £1 each you can pick from a really long list of ingredients on that are added in front of you (Subway style) onto a pizza base of your choice. I had sweet potato, squash, broccoli, and beetroot. It was delicious and I can't wait to go back for another one. They cook it and call your number out or bring to a table. They have free WiFi and the place is quite large. It would be good for large spontaneous groups. Cost wise, about £10 per person will get you a big pizza and a drink. To drink they have one of those cool multi Coke machines which seems to be able to make every kind of flavour. I recommend the Peach Sprite Zero! If you like Pizza Union, you'll like it here. Read more...

Kua 'Aina (Goodge Street)

Caribbean vibe restaurant. They have happy hour themed cocktails, and delicious veggie sandwiches. It's something a little unique as I don't often find places that have Caribbean food. Think hula skirts and palm beaches. It's quite big yet small -as in the tables are close together. The staff are all super friendly too, there is another branch in London. Read more...

Pie Minister

Tucked away, but full of options. British pies with mash, peas and gravy. The mothership is delicious, and very vegetarian friendly. They usually have one or two good veggie options, and nothing boring like mushroom. There is no space to eat inside, but have a outdoor patio which is open to the elements. A full meal with all the trimmings comes in at about £8. Or about £5 for just the pie. I just get simple mash and gravy. The gravy is also vegetarian. Read more...

Gail's Artisan Bakery, Bankside

These guys are super friendly and do a mean Almond Chai Latte which I very very much suggest you get. The place in general is full of baked goodies. The cinnamon swirl is a good staple. All the stuff is baked fresh every day. So there is always something on offer. It gets busy on weekends, I usually get the simple scrambled eggs on toast. The Bankside area in general is quite suited for this kind of place, since it's open, modern, and chic. Read more...

DF/Mexico

Delicious veggie burrito and unlimited horchata on tap. What's not to love. In a kind of Wahaca (it's made by the wahaca people) meets Nandos. It's a beautiful restaurant, but with a more express feel to it - you go up to the counter and order, of if you're brave like me, use the fast self service till. The customer service here has been excellent every time. The designers also get a thumbs up as the venue itself is done up really smartly, and quite unique for London. Highly recommend. Read more...

Herman ze German, Soho

Honestly the most delicious yet simple thing I've eaten. They do a must eat veggie wurst. It's gluten and lactose free. It's very popular on the weekends. Get a blonde beer, is so light and delicious. The sausage itself has a delicious flavour, it satisfying and substantial. I get it in a bun, but they do in a box with salad. You must must must add the curry tomato sauce, crispy onions, and the jalapeños and it's delicious. The pomes special, basically chips and curry sauce + mayo is also something I could eat all day given the chance. Prices are reasonable, good for groups with large tables downstairs. There are a few in the central London area, all the same menu, but with a slightly different atmosphere - this Soho one is funky and lively. Read more...

Brasserie Zédel

Hidden gem. It looks just like a small bistro from the outside - but go inside and downstairs and it's a cavern of french decor from the early 1900s. It's quite beautiful. The dining hall is massive. They have a special vegetarian menu which you have to ask for. Service and the food was perfect. They have special music events that are very popular, it's like being transported back in time since the atmosphere is so authentic. I would book a table to avoid disappointment.  Read more...

Fire & Stone Covent Garden

The pizzas are quite delicious and they have a bunch of veggie options. It does get very, very, busy. So be prepared to wait, but they do take bookings so I would full on recommend that. The reserved tables are also seem to be in a quieter area of the restaurant. The staff are very attentive, despite it being a very busy and crowded restaurant. Food arrives quickly. Never had a problem here. If your in the area, and in the mood for a pizza with a bunch of toppings, I recommend. Read more...

Pizza Pilgrims, Kingly Court

Simple, convenient, reasonably priced, satisfying pizzas. Enough said really. It gets very popular in the evenings and getting a table can be hard. The pizza selection is simple but high quality. It's nice to come here for lunch, as Kingly Court has a lot on offer. Read more...

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