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The Botanist Launches New Menu With ‘More Vegan Dishes Than Ever Before’

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UK Restaurant chain The Botanist has launched its new menu featuring ‘more vegan dishes than ever before’. 

The eatery, which has nearly 20 locations across the country, says the updated menu is ‘inspired by the flavors of home and the coziness of autumn’. 

Vegan options

Customers can now opt for the meat-free Moving Mountains burger with pulled barbecue jackfruit (£10.95), mushroom and squash pie served with mushy peas and gravy (£10.95), and the Botanist bowl featuring roasted veg, spiced chickpeas, quinoa and avocado (£11.50). 

The chain’s signature hanging kebabs now include a plant-based option using Tofurky sausages coated in a maple barbecue sauce glaze, served with ‘properly seasoned chips’ (£11.95). 

Other vegan dishes include a jackfruit curry (£9.95), chunky veg soup (£4.50), garlic mushrooms (£5.50), an apple and cherry crumble (£5.95), and a variety of sides such as minted peas, broccoli with almonds, sweet potato fries, and red cabbage coleslaw.

‘Delicious looking treat’

Revealing the launch of the Moving Mountains burger, The Botanist wrote on Twitter: “Anyone seen a VEGAN burger look this tasty?! We don’t know if we have either!

“This delicious looking treat comes with BBQ Pulled Jackfruit in a brioche bun and fries.”

You can view the full menu here 

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