Birmingham to get it’s first all-vegan café

Read Time:   |  1st March 2017

Birmingham is getting a brand new vegan café, Natural Healthy Foods, that will be serving completely meat and sugar-free chillis, risottos, cheesecakes and brownies.

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Simon McCarroll opened a Natural Healthy Foods shop in Digbeth in September 2015 selling more than 2,000 ingredients and cooking essentials for those wanting to embrace a plant-based diet.

Following the shop’s success, Simon is now opening the new vegan eatery in Suffolk Street – five minutes from Grand Central in March.

It will seat up to 54 people, serve a selection of gluten free, hot and raw food and organic vegan options, alongside a range of beverages like Kombucha, a fermented tea drink, which is said to boost digestion, immunity and energy.

“Opening an all vegan café in the heart of the city seemed like the next step for us,” says Simon, who believes a change in his diet helped cure his unexpected diagnosis of pancreatitis.

“We’ve already built up a strong customer base at our Digbeth store, but we’re now looking for the next challenge, stocking our regular products along with having a variety of hot meals available which will be served fresh from our in-store kitchen.

“Many people see the term vegan, and can often stereotype this with bland, flavourless food, but that’s simply not the case.”

“We just want to raise awareness of the health benefits that natural food gives us and also how tasty everything can be, so we hope people come along and try it out.”

As well as serving hot and cold food and drink, the eatery will also stock more than 1,500 products, including organic fruit and vegetables.

Photo: Natural Healthy Foods

What will be on the menu?

The cafe will serve delights like smoky black bean chilli with walnut chorizo, creamed red rice risotto with sage roasted butternut squash and wakame glass noodle salad with avocado and wasabi dressing.

Also, look out for the chilli kelp and black fungus mushrooms, creamy kale with ginger and miso dressing, and zucchini spaghetti with creamed porcini mushrooms and truffle oil.

And the sugar-free desserts will include probiotic dragonfruit cheesecake, raw key lime pie and spirulina cacao brownie.

The new Natural Health Foods cafe restaurant will be serving chillis, risottos, cheesecakes and brownies, all completely meat and sugar free (Photo: Natural Healthy Foods)

When will it be open?

The brand new store is due to open in March, and will be located on Suffolk Street, Queensway (Opposite The Mailbox and around the corner from John Bright Street), so watch this space for more details!

Source: Birmingham Mail

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