Wulf and Lamb in Chelsea was recommended to me by a colleague. I had a look at their website and the headline read “fiercely kind food” – this already felt like my kind of place. Wulf and Lamb is completely plant based and they really give plants a good name. Tucked away in a mews just off Sloane Square, Wulf and Lamb are located in a quiet alcove away from the hustle and bustle of the main street.
There is a counter downstairs where you can see the menu and order your food. My advice would be to study the website menu so you don’t panic once you’re at the counter! If you’re eating in, you can then grab a table either upstairs or downstairs and the lovely staff will deliver whatever you had ordered. We chose a table upstairs where it was bright, airy and felt fresh and cool on a warm summer’s day.
There were four of us in our party, three of whom are ordinarily meat eaters but were up for trying something new. After much deliberation, we ordered between us:
- The Wulf Burger
- Open Burrito
- Tex Mex Salad
- Chargrilled Broccoli
- Mac ’N’ Cheese
- Roast Wedges with Rosemary and Thyme
Since I’m quite a greedy person, I tried a bit of everything and was genuinely blown away – the food was just delicious! I had ordered the Wulf Burger, which was seitan based and topped off with a cashew aioli – it was one of the best veggie burgers I have had in a long time.
The Tex Mex salad had a savoury pecan crunch layered on top which was just bursting with flavour! Oh I could go on and on – every dish was spectacular. The only one we weren’t too sure about was the Mac ‘N’ Cheese – whilst the taste was great, I think the texture took some getting used to.
Wulf and Lamb offered some absolutely beautiful plant based dishes which the meat eaters were also impressed with.
Overall I’d say if you are looking for quality food, attention to detail when it comes to flavour and a warm and welcoming environment – Wulf and Lamb is place to go for both herbivores and our friends. Please, please, please try Wulf and Lamb out, you will not be disappointed.