A new concept from South London chef, Dominic Taylor, offering indulgent plant-based comfort food combined with exclusively vegan cocktails, all in the urban, industrial backdrop of railway arches in Clapham North. Open Tuesday to Sunday at Fu Manchu, The Meet serves up a selection of small sharing plates, burgers, late night bites as well serving bottomless vegan brunch and Sunday roasts on the weekend alongside vegan cocktails and a selection of vegan wines and craft beers. The menu has been designed for everyone from committed vegans to experimental foodies as well as those who are just simply health-conscious and looking for something different - with dishes such as 'What a Mess' – a smokey black bean, plantain and jackfruit chilli served with chips and ‘cheese’, topped with labneh and pico de galo.
Offering a menu of plant-based, GMO-free and organic dishes, with street food influences from around the world. The casual setting and counter-style service restaurant is from the founders of Raw Imagination, a vegan food company. Expect hearty food that appeals to vegans and meat-eaters alike with a menu that comprises a selection of sharing plates, salads, soups, tacos, burgers and hot dogs, all made using organic fruits, vegetables, grains, nuts and seeds.- all inspired by extensive travels through India, South East Asia and the Middle East. Genesis is split over two floors and has a striking contemporary design that incorporates pastel pink tiles, marble, copper detailing, neon signage, and original graphic artwork on the floor and walls.
Loui Blake, a vegan entrepreneur who recently opened UK’s largest vegan restaurant in Norwich, is behind this new plant-based, fast-food eatery (which replaces burger joint - Big Fernand, on Fitzrovia's Percy Street. Kalifornia Kitchen serves up an all-day menu of plant-based dishes such as superfood wraps, bowls and burritos with the likes of rainbow beetroot carpaccio, and aubergine katsu curry. Drinks meanwhile include wellness shots and super juices, alongside a latte made with Cannabis oil. As for the décor the interiors are by designers Berry’s & Grey - taking inspiration by vibrant vegan spots in LA - think luxury gold etched tables and bright pink Astroturf.
Plant-based Cambridge restaurant group Stem + Glory are putting down roots in London - following a successful crowd funding campaign. Stem + Glory is part of a burgeoning plant based movement and dishes up gourmet vegan food from locally sourced ingredients and on a mission to “disrupt the restaurant industry by serving plant based food delicious enough to turn everyone vegan.” The London site, on Old Street will be open throughout the day serving upscale food with a global accent and fine-dining inspired tasting menus in the evening only.
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