'Deliciously Ella' Rolls Out Plant Based Menu Ahead Of Christmas

Vegan food entrepreneur 'Deliciously Ella' has three branches of eateries across London
Ella Mills is the food blogger and entrepreneur behind the 'Deliciously Ella' phenomenon (Photo: Facebook)

London eatery Deliciously Ella has just rolled out a fully vegan Christmas menu.

Renowned plant-based food entrepreneur Deliciously Ella owns three eateries across London at Seymour Place, Weighhouse Street, and Herne Hill.

Plant-based eatery Deliciously Ella has seasonal options on offer (Photo: Deliciously Ella)‍

Menu

The 100 percent vegan spots now have a Christmas menu available, which includes a Maple Roasted Carrots & Parsnips, and a Nut Roast with homemade onion gravy.

For dessert, diners can order a Festive Crumble.

Vegan-friendly Farmacy, which is based in Notting Hill, also has new festive plant-based offerings.

For £35 a person, diners can order a three-course meal with vegan fare such as Roasted Butternut Squash & Chipotle Cream Soup, Winter Bowl, and a Chocolate Lava Cake served with salted caramel nice cream.

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