To celebrate Veganuary, Thaikhun are cooking a new dish every week for customers to try for themselves at home! Head here every Monday for a new vegan recipe. Don’t forget to tag Thaikhun in your culinary creations on social media #TKSelfie. Or if you don’t fancy cooking, join them in Spinningfields Monday – Thursday throughout January for 40% off the foodbill! (Ts&Cs apply).
Tattu offer a wonderful vegan menu that includes salt and pepper aubergine, tofu pockets, steamed jasmine rice, pak choi and crispy shallots and for dessert a variety of sorbets.
Wagamama have designed their vegan menu around the philosophy that meat free shouldn’t mean taste free. Popular dishes include kare burosu (shichimi coated silken tofu in a vegetable broth) and the lemongrass and lime sorbet served with fresh mint.
The vibrant colours and flavours of the Middle East will definitely make January dining at Comptoir Libinais as exciting and indulgent as December. To celebrate Veganuary, they have created a Lebanese vegan sharing feast (£12.95pp) that includes a mezze of red pepper hummus, quinoa tabbouleh, Couscous Salad, aubergine tagine and coconut mouhalabia with mixed dried fruit.
Eat Beautiful with Itsu’s vegan range that you can dine-in with or take away. Try the Veggie Gyoza dumplings served hot with fresh ginger and teriyaki dressing or Quinoa Falafel and Veg Rice Bowl served with a velvety red thai coconut sauce.
All of the bagels at Bagel Nash (exc. toppings) are vegan except for the cheese and jalapeno one. There is a wide variety of deli bagels, snacks and drinks. Bagel Nash mark vegan options on their menu with a blue ‘v’ symbol.
Pret have a wide vegan selection of breakfast items, soups, sandwiches, hot lunch dishes, salads, snacks and sweet treats. Early risers will enjoy the hearty coconut porridge or the acai & almond butter breakfast bowl. There is also a choice of chocolate or mango chia pots, a chocolate and toasted coconut pot and a vegan brownie with gooey salted caramel.