In preparation for spring and with the rise of flexitarian diets, we thought you might like to learn about the vegetarian & vegan offerings at some of Sauce’s restaurants.
Theo Randall at the InterContinental
Award-winning Italian restaurant Theo Randall at the InterContinental offers a flavourful and varied vegan menu for guests eating a plant-based diet. A la carte and set menus of two or three courses celebrate the simple yet robust flavours of Italian cooking, with seasonality at heart. Each course offerings include one or more gluten-free options, often a rare find for vegans and vegetarians. Though situated at one of the capital’s most prestigious addresses, the menu is made up of the same simple rustic dishes Chef Theo Randall enjoys when he goes to Italy – unfussy yet utterly delicious, a million miles away from the complicated fancy fare you would normally expect to eat on Park Lane.
For more information, please visit: TheoRandall.com
Visit Yeotown Kitchen this March for deliciously nutritious vegetarian food and detoxifying freshly pressed juices in a unique meditation station. In a serene environment, guests are invited to sip green juice, settle into a meditation pod, select a 5 to 7-minute guided mindfulness meditation, and emerge feeling refreshed and de-stressed. Yeotown Kitchen, London’s first mindfulness café, is an extension of the Devon-based wellness retreat Yeotown, co-founded by husband and wife team Mercedes Sieff, one of the UK’s leading vinyasa flow yoga teachers and positive psychology coach, and Simon Sieff, avid surfer and yogi.
Head on down to Redemption Bar this March to experience some of the best vegan dishes London has to offer. With locations in Notting Hill and Shoreditch,Redemption Bar is London’s only vegan, sugar-free, wheat-free and alcohol-free restaurant, and serves up delicious food and mocktails in a gorgeous setting. Voted one of the best vegan restaurants in London, the ethos of the Redemption Bar is firmly rooted in caring for the planet while delighting even the most sceptical meat lovers. http://redemptionbar.co.uk/
The Vurger Co
With the rise of flexitarian diets, where better to pack in all of that plant-based goodness than at The Vurger Co. Opening their first permanent site in March and starting a revolution in fast food, The Vurger Co uses the very best of vegetables, seeds, nuts and legumes all combined to create the ultimate plant-based burger. Their mouth-watering menu contains vegan delights such as their MLT, The Auburger and The Mexican. Don’t forget to pair your burger with one of their 100% plant-based sides! For more information head to: http://www.thevurgerco.com/
If you’re wanting a large slice of that easy-going living and hearty portions of good ol’ home-style food, Big Easy is where you need to head. Showing that smoked food doesn’t need to be meat, Big Easy offers their infamous smoked beans and wood-roasted mushrooms, perfect for those on a plant-based diet. Head to one of Big Easy’s three locations to experience some much-loved Southern comfort.
Mindful Chef is the healthy, recipe box delivery service run by Devon lads Myles and Giles. Wave goodbye to stodgy carbs and join 600,000 other diners in eating and living the Mindful Chef way. From £4.50 per meal, Mindful Chef deliver everything you need to make delicious, low-carb evening meals. Each imaginative recipe is gluten-free, dairy-free and made using locally sourced, fresh produce. Mindful Chef are passionate about including more nutritious vegetables & plant-based proteins in your diet. Find a selection of the favourite vegetarian recipes online at – https://www.mindfulchef.com/recipes/food-groups/vegan
Chefs Tam Storarr and Will Alexander always have an array of vegetarian and vegan specials on their menus at Blanchette Soho and Blanchette Brick Lane, making it a much-loved option for all. Highlights include Blanchette Brick Lane’s signature Baked Moroccan eggs with peppers and flat bread and Saffron couscous with spiced artichokes and pomegranate yoghurt,as well as Soho’s Whipped goat’s cheese with grilled courgettes, peas and hazelnuts and Spinach and kale salad with sundried tomato, thyme and soft-boiled egg.
Dim sum at Tootoomoo
Pan-Asian restaurant group, Tootoomoo, have a few things up their sleeve when it comes to their vegetarian offering. Their exclusive vegetarian menu includes the likes of a Sesame seaweed salad (Wakame & Hiyashi Seaweed, pickled and dressed with black pepper & sesame dressing)and a vegan Lemongrass tofu stir-fry. They also have an exciting new dim sum menu, including vegetarian delights such as Kimchee veggie dumplings and ‘Mountain Jelly’ vegetable dumplings. Both menus are available to eat-in or take away from Tootoomoo’s Whetstone, Crouch End, and Islington branches, and to take away from the Highgate branch.
Mindful Chef at Sanderson
The Restaurant at Sanderson is continuing its successful collaboration with Mindful Chef to create tasty and rejuvenating vegetarian dishes. Limited edition courses will be on offer from breakfast to dinner, incorporating exciting new additions such as Persian Squash, pomegranate and pistachios and Mini Portobello mushrooms with Mexican style grilled corn and chipotle rice. Mindful Chef continues to provide their much desired high-quality, gluten-free, dairy-free and locally sourced organic produce, ensuring that this menu will appeal to all.
Vegetarian fusion at Asia de Cuba
Diners can embrace the rise of flexitarian eating with some flare at Asia de Cuba this March. In the heart of Covent Garden, this unique menu highlights the flavours of Havana through a variety of vegetables dishes. The restaurant is offering a selection of tasty vegetarian delights, such as Pad Thai to Chilli-Rubbed Tofu and Plantain Fried Rice on the side. Paired with a signature cocktail, these dishes will keep the palate fresh and enticed.
Looking from one cold country to another, vegetables certainly haven’t been forgotten at Twins Garden in Moscow. The growing season might be short but when the Berezutskiy brothers invested in an enormous heated state of the art glass house at their new farm they were able to guarantee that their guests were served the very best vegetables day after day. Exquisite skill is shown with dishes such as “Cabbage”. This is a combination of grilled cabbage, kiwi fruit and hazelnuts. It will be on the special Lent menu which complements the main a la carte and with its Vegetable collection. Test out the city prior to the start of the World Cup.