Vietnamese food outlet Pho will launch its vegan Christmas menu on November 26.
According to the chain, it is already receiving many inquiries about the vegan menu, which it expects to be popular.
A spokesperson for the outlet told Plant Based News that the menu includes 'rice cracker nibbles, starters like lotus stem salad, crispy spring rolls and fresh summer rolls, mains of pho noodle soup, fragrant curry and wok-fried noodles, loads of Asian greens to share and a decadent fried banana fritter with fresh fruit sorbet for dessert'. They added that vegan prosecco is also available.
"Six of our London restaurants will offer our set vegan menu (Balham, Battersea Ealing, Kingston, St Paul’s and Wimbledon) along with most of our regional sites (including Brighton, Cambridge, Guildford, Leicester, Liverpool, Manchester, Oxford and Reading)," the spokesperson told PBN.
"In our other restaurants like Soho, Spitalfields and Covent Garden, we will be serving our main menu – which is over 25 percent vegan – on a walk-in basis, throughout November and December."
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