Guests can indulge in a four course meat-free dinner, including ‘steak tartare’ and pecan pie
Vegan restaurant Holy Carrot has partnered with the brains behind the hit vegan documentary Cowspiracy for a special Veganuary 2023 menu.
From January 3, the London eatery will serve a limited edition ‘meaty menu’ that’s free from animal products, refined sugar, preservatives and additives.
Holy Carrot x Cowspiracy menu
Guests will be able to tuck into the ‘well done’ menu, which includes a SAVOIA L’Americano cocktail on arrival.
The first course is a ‘Steak Tartare’, which features Ox heart tomato, crispy crackling, Pommery mustard and cornichons.
Then, it’s ‘Shepherd’s Pie’ Croquettes – smoked beets in a crunchy onion hay with black lentils and thyme sauce.
If you’re still hungry, the third course is a savoury Glazed Doughnut with smoked BBQ mushrooms, harissa and bacon jam.
And for dessert, guests can indulge in a Pecan Pie with smoked yoghurt ice cream.
In a statement sent to Vegan Food & Living, Cowspiracy’s Kip Andersen said: “We are delighted to partner with Holy Carrot to showcase how a plant-based diet is not only delicious but easy to sustain without damaging the environment.”
Founder of Holy Carrot, Irina Linovich, added: “Cowspiracy raises an important subject for us to be aware of when it comes to the impact of the agricultural industry on the environment.
“We have enjoyed working with them to create new and innovative dishes that prove that meaty dishes can be created while using only plant-based ingredients.
“We’re excited to welcome guests to Holy Carrot to try the menu as it is truly delicious.”
Holy Carrot’s ‘meaty’ menu is priced at £40 for four courses, and will be available from 3rd January 2023. 20 per cent of profits will be donated to Cowspiracy.
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