Luxury Hotel The Cavendish To Launch Plant-Based Menu In Celebration Of Veganuary
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Luxury Hotel The Cavendish To Launch Plant-Based Menu In Celebration Of Veganuary


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Luxury hotel The Cavendish, in London’s Mayfair, is to launch a plant-based menu next month in celebration of Veganuary: the world’s biggest month-long pledge to go vegan. 

The four-star hotel will offer guests three vegan dishes per course at its 2AA Rosette Petrichor Restaurant. 

Dukkha Tofu Salad, Beetroot Cannelloni, Spiced Smoked Aubergine, and Coconut Panna Cotta are some of the meatless dishes available – as well as a selection of vegan wines. 

‘Simple food philosophy’ 

In a statement sent to Vegan Food & Living, Nitin Pawar, Head Chef at The Cavendish London, said: “I have a simple food philosophy: to create contemporary seasonal dishes using fresh and sustainable produce, locally grown where possible.

“I like to take inspiration from food and cultural trends, so with the rise of veganism in recent years, I am delighted to be able to launch a menu completely free of animal products. We created the Veganuary menu to offer everyone an opportunity to enjoy a plant-based fine dining experience.”

You can book a table at Petrichor Restaurant in The Cavendish here

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