Taking part in ‘Veganuary' this month?
Going vegan used to be really difficult but these days, it no longer means having limited options and skipping your favourite restaurants. A record 400,000 people worldwide have signed up to Veganuary this year, while the unofficial number is thought to be far higher. So you’re not alone!
Our eateries may not be open for dining in, but they are open for takeaway to be enjoyed at home. Our mecca of irresistible plant-based delights will make Veganuary a breeze! Here are five examples you can take home today.
With more than 50,000 combinations possible, Island Poké is already great for vegans. It's even better now thanks to the special Veganuary bowl designed by Masterchef finalist Philli!
With rolled oat balls and Korean BBQ sauce, noodle slaw, kimchi, turmeric pickled pear, edamame, pickled radish, and toasted buckwheat, it's going to be pretty hard to top this.
The home of "rock 'n' roll ramen", Bone Daddies is going all out for Veganuary 2021.
The 'Notkotsu' is a plant-based tonkotsu broth with mushroom, plant-based "pork belly" using 'THIS™️ Isn't Bacon', beansprouts, spring onion, pickled ginger and burnt garlic mayu oil. Don't miss it!
For something sweet, Crosstown offers award-winning vegan deserts. The chai custard doughnut is cased in warming chai tea, with an oat milk custard filling, paired perfectly with roasted pecan cinnamon crumble on top.
Wagamama has an entire menu dedicated to vegans, offering an incredible variety of dishes such as a vegan version of its famous katsu curry. But it doesn’t stop there – a brand new Veganuary menu features vegan sticky 'ribs' and tofu firecracker!
We know – pizza with no cheese? But the Franco Manca vegan offering is so good, we promise you won't miss it.
The classic No.1 pizza keeps it simple with organic tomato, garlic, basil & oregano. For something more extra, the menu has plenty of variety. There's a vegan special, the choice to add vegan cheese, garlic bread, and raspberry sorbet for dessert.