I should really have called this 'all the chuffing amazing places you can eat delicious vegan food in the Boiler House, Brick Lane', but that's not exactly a snappy blog post title, is it really?
Anyway, for a small food court in the middle of north London, the Boiler House has more than its fair share of vegan food stalls, so get yourself down there and stuff your face.
The first place I normally go is Ethiopiques, an all vegan Ethiopian food stall that will offer you an obscene amount of food for £5, which in London is pretty much the value equivalent of your toenail clippings. It's pretty much nothing, especially in terms of buying a meal that's really tasty and will leave you in the very nicest kind of food coma.
The other thing I like about Ethiopiques is that you get a whole metric shedload of different dishes in one plate, so you get to try a little bit of everything - and you get a load of injera to mop up your plate with. Heaven! If I had to pick a favourite among this little plate of wonders is the little mince dish - so good.
There's also another Ethiopian food stall at the Boiler Room that also does a similarly diverse plate for a similarly cheap price and it's all vegan too. How's that for a result?
There's also a Turkish food stall, which if memory serves, goes by the name of Turkish Food Stall or something does-what-it-says-on-the-tin similar, which sells vegan spinch gozleme and falafel too.
And if that wasn't enough to fill your boots with, there's also Pomodoro e Basilico, knocking out quality vegan burgers of various stripes, along with pizza slices, fries, and various sweet treats.
I've enjoyed Pomodoro e Basilico's lovely vegan filled pasta and tiramisu previously, and on my last visit I tried to eat at as many vegan places as I could by picking up this rather lovely chocolate and orange cookie...
And then for good measure, I went to visit Peanut Butter Bakery, purveyor of vegan donuts.
When I stopped by, there were a number of exciting flavours on offer - I thought it would be rude not to try a couple, including one Oreo version and a handsome berry number.
I suggest you sit down before you attempt these donuts as these, my friends, are serious donuts. They are beautiful, they are tasty, and they are large. Me and Mr Flicking the Vs has to split one between two of us I should add that we'd just had the Ethiopian and the cookie by this point, we probably could have done one each if we'd been on top form.
I guess there's something to be said for restraint and the half a donut that goes with it: it just means we had another donut for the next day. If that's not a reason to celebrate the Boiler Room, I'm not sure what is.