Another London Resturant Launches Vegan Menu To Meet Growing Demand

The menu must be requested upon making a booking
The restaurant also has a vegan wine list (Photo: Arthur Hooper's)

A London restaurant overlooking Borough Market has launched a vegan menu.

Diners at Arthur Hooper's can now pick from a range of plant-based options - though the menu has to be requested when the booking is made.

Some of the dishes can be ordered as small or large plates, with a number of smaller bites including peppered almonds and socca nut mix available as snacks.

Options

According to a spokesperson: "New vegan options include samphire and almond salad; harissa butter beans and charred tenderstem broccoli; nigella seeds and crispy artichokes; courgettes & Brussel tops with vegan chilli aioli and paccheri with tomato sauce and seasonal green vegetables.

"And for diners with a sweet tooth, enjoy a clean indulgence dessert in the shape of a delicious Yorkshire rhubarb, lemon sorbet and sour cherry coconut granola."

The menu offers a number of dishes (Photo: Arthur Hooper's)

Wine

A wine list accompanies the vegan menu.

Specials include the Altos Las Hormigas Malbec Clasico, 2016; the Tinpot Hut Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc, 2017; and a Charles Heidsieck Brut Réserve.

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