Dubai Eatery Aims To Become World's Largest Vegan Restaurant

Dubai Eatery Aims To Become World’s Largest Vegan Restaurant


(updated 28th September 2020)

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Dubai eatery Veganity, which also runs a plant-based meal prep service, aims to be recognized by the Guinness World Records to officially become the world’s largest vegan restaurant

Offering more than 200 dishes from cuisines all over the world – the eatery will host its grand opening on August 16 where customers can sample ‘gourmet offerings’.


All Veganity’s dishes are 100 percent organic, GMO-free, preservative-free, and contain no artificial flavorings or colorings.

According to Time Out Dubai, dishes will include pulled jackfruit burgers, cinnamon rolls, vegan scallops, gnocchi, ‘meatball’ pasta, fried ‘chicken’, and a range of plant-based desserts. 

‘A haven for vegans’

A spokesperson for the eatery said: “Taking it a step further, owner and head chef Sky Sommers wanted to create something that’s never been done before by opening the Veganity restaurant in the heart of Dubai on the main street of City Walk, creating a haven for vegans and non-vegans to be able to enjoy healthy yet soulful gourmet food that’s just as enjoyable.”

Veganity plans to open a second restaurant located in Abu Dhabi ‘very soon’ – and will continue running its meal prep service.


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