Legendary Café To Hold Vegan Thanksgiving Dinner

The meal will feature classic US Thanksgiving favorites
Diners can expect classic Midwestern dishes (Photo: Whitney Wright)

The Black Cat Café in London's Hackney will be holding its annual Thanksgiving 'feast' this year.

The meal, which takes place on Tuesday, November 21 will feature a huge range of dishes.

Every dish is 100 percent vegan and made from scratch.

'Best Midwestern'

The tasty meal, described by the eatery as 'the best Midwestern Thanksgiving' includes a starter of a personal nutball, juicy slices of seitan roast, Mom's stuffing, and mashed potatoes with lots of mushroom gravy.

Sides include stir-fried Brussels sprouts and garlic, cranberry slaw, and sweet potato and pecan casserole.

The meal is finished off with pumpkin pie, pecan pie, and vanilla bean gelato.


According to event organizers: "There will be some take home goodies available to purchase including seitan roasts.

"Alcohol is BYOB (bring your own bottle). Please support our friends at the Black Cat Café by purchasing soft drinks, teas and coffee at the event.

"Everything is made from scratch and is 100 percent vegan. 

"This dinner WILL include gluten, nuts, onions & garlic; no substitutions available for this event."

Tickets for the event cost £31.78. You can buy them here


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