Veganuary in London
11.01.2019

Nobody Does Veganuary Quite Like Us

Shorba Ne Gobi – cauliflower, tendereste broccoli and carrots are marinaded in cumin and lightly roasted. Served with a sauce made from peas, tempered cinnamon, cloves, and lightly sautéed garlic and spices.

We enjoy vegan food all year long, and our menu is always home to amazing plant-based dishes. But to celebrate Veganuary, we took our vegan offerings a few steps further. Highlighting our usual vegan plates would be too easy, and creating one special dish just wasn’t enough. Instead, we decided to celebrate Veganuary extravagantly with a rotating, limited-edition, all-vegan menu. And it just might be the best vegan menu available in London.


Visit us until January 31st to enjoy our exclusive range of vegan options, with different plates being offered every week. Each dish is under £13, and with three starters, three mains, six sides and two desserts, choosing what to order is sure to be the hardest decision you’ll make all month.


Join us for dinner and kick off your meal with a starter. Options include Papdi Chaat, Ringan Barthu Ne Paratha and Bhujia. Papdi Chaat is perfect for people who love a mix of sweet and savoury. Ringan Barthu Ne Paratha provides a more smokey flavour, and Bhujia is a great kickstarter for tables that enjoy a crispy dish full of ginger, chilli and relish.


Once you’ve decided on a starter (or two) it’s time to move on to the main event. On our Veganuary menu you’ll likely see Dhudi Kofta, which is a rich, saucey dish that is bursting with flavour thanks to our strategic use of cumin, ginger and chili. You can also opt for Shorba Ne Gobi, a lovely vegetable-based meal that is brought to life with cumin, tempered cinnamon and garlic. Finally, keep an eye out for Palak, which is made of spinach and kabuli chickpeas and cooked in a delicious mix of chili and ginger, onions, peanuts and golden raisins. Pair these items with any of our six vegan sides, from chapatti to raita, to create the best Indian meal you’ll have in London.


But no dining experience is complete without dessert, so we were sure to include two plant-based options on our menu. Our mango sorbet is fruity and delicious, while our Vegan Kulfi Pops are available in a wide range of flavours – from chocolate with pomegranate to lychees with coconut.


All of our dishes combine heritage and tradition with modern cooking, and our special Veganuary offerings are no exception. It’s our honest cooking and passion for quality food that makes this the best vegan menu in all of London. Don’t believe us? Try it for yourself. We can’t wait to celebrate Veganuary with you.

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