Never has ditching the meat been so easy.
Veggies get a bit of a bad rep. The overwhelming dread of one coming around for a meal which results in frantic Googling of how to spell “ratatouille” followed by “ratatouille recipes”. So, in celebration of National Vegetarian Week, we’ve created a mini guide for the most astute of vegetarians to try some dishes they may not have been aware of and give zealous meat eaters a veggie comparison worth considering.
Here’s a reminder that dining out doesn’t have to mean missing out.
Mexican Avocado Salad – White Wolf Yoga
Veggie BBQ Sharing Board – Constellations
Wild Asparagus Veggie Cubano – Finca
Veggie Street Food Tray – Lucha Libre
Full Veggie Breakfast – 81 Renshaw
Juicy Jerk Pineapple – ItalFresh
Lemon And Poppyseed Porridge With Blueberries – Bold Street Coffee
Halloumi and Cous Cous – Filter & Fox
The Garden By Leaf – Chocolate Courgette Cake
Falafel & Halloumi Burger – The Brink
Eggs Benny Florentine – East Avenue Bakehouse
Roasted Cauliflower – Maray
Veggie Mezze – Bakchich
There’s something wildly satisfying about the word mezze. It is fun to say and even better to eat. Bakchich are bringing a little bit of Lebanese to the cobbled streets of Liverpool and if you fancy saving yourself a plane ride, head down for their veg mezze. From delicious and fresh hummus topped with pomegranates to flat breads and falafel, there’s nothing really more you could wish for.
Chip Butty – Mowgli
Moroccan Pancakes – Give Kitchen
Blind Tiger – Veggie Pad Thai
Moon & Pea – Spicy Cajun Burger
No Pollos Hermanos Burrito – Evil Eye Burrito & Beer Shack
Falafel Burger – Coast
Tomato and Lentil Curry – HOST
Full English – Portland St 358
Falafel Wrap With Root Veg Crisps – Roast Coffee & Kitchen
Pasta Salad – The Egg
Butternut Squash, Feta & Crispy Sage Pizza – The Quarter
Roasted Butternut Squash With Quinoa And Toasted Almonds – Delifonseca
Mac And Cheese Burger – Slim’s Pork Chop Express
Veggie Mexican Chilli And Sweet Potato Pie – Fat Flamingo Bistro
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