Review: Dining At Wulf And Lamb

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On a warm spring evening, my husband and I decided to dine out at Wulf and Lamb. It’s been one of those restaurants that I’ve always wanted to visit as a chic, eclectic vegan restaurant in the heart of Chelsea is just too good an idea to pass by.

The split level restaurant is small and cosy, with a much better ambiance upstairs than down. On arrival, I was surprised to discover that you had to order all your food and drink at the kitchen bar downstairs, but despite this, the restaurant didn’t have the feel of a fast food takeaway joint.

The menu at Wulf and Lamb is small but satisfying. There are seven main dishes to choose from, (2 of which being burgers) and a small section of pizzas. Their red and white wine selection was also small (also vegan) and myself and my husband opted for a delicious Chilean red wine to start.

Although we had to order at the bar, table service meant waiters brought our wine. Service was fast, friendly and efficient. The lady that served us was really lovely and made us feel right at home.

We both opted for the burgers, mine being the spicy veg burger, and my husband the Wulf burger.

Both delicious and gourmet. The dishes came with sauerkraut, ketchup and four wedges each, two potatoes and two sweet potato wedges. A bit stingy, though I would have happily paid more for more had we not also ordered a side of kale (which I ate, and my husband the omni declined.)

All in all, a lovely little spot that I would happily visit again in a heartbeat. For a restaurant in Chelsea, the pricing really wasn’t bad, the food delicious and the service fast, friendly and reliable.

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