Veganuary? That was so last month, it is all about Veganually now

With January well and truly done and Veganuary coming to an end, The Botanist is embracing the idea of all-year-round good vegan cuisine with the launch of its new vegan menu.

By Steven Pankhurst | 8 February 2018

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Packed full of delicious ingredients, the new menu features handcrafted dishes free from meat, eggs and dairy, taking you from Veganuary to Veganually.

Starting with truffle mushrooms served on chargrilled ciabatta, sesame-coated falafel with Piri Piri sauce or roast pepper, soya bean and tomato pil-pil with fougasse bread for just £5.25 each.Moving onto sesame and nigella seed falafel kebab with vegetable couscous and herb oil (£10.95), beetroot, red onion and fig jam Tarte Tatin with candied walnut and apple salad  (£8.95) and Malaysian vegetable curry with coriander rice (£9.95).

Finish with a sweet treat choosing from grilled pineapple and watermelon kebab with mulberry sorbet, coconut, chocolate and rum sauce, banana, peanut butter and chocolate ice cream with salted peanut cream or coconut rice pudding with minted pineapple salsa, raspberry coulis and toasted coconut for just £5.50 each.

Speaking on the introduction a the vegan menu, James Scott – executive head chef of the New World Trading Company said:

“Over the years we’ve seen a rise in the number of people asking for vegan options on the menu and with record numbers taking part in Veganuary this year, we wanted to create a menu that provides tasty vegan dishes for all to enjoy.”

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