Hungry Horse, a pub brand belonging to Greene King, has added a vegan range to the menu at more than 280 of its venues.
The new vegan range is made up of seven dishes, such as the vegan fish and chips (using fish-free fish flakes from VBites) and a plant-based Bakewell tart, served hot with vegan vanilla ice cream.
They aim to provide their vegan customers with suitable versions of the pub classics. Other dishes on the menu are roasted tomato soup served with a poppy seed bun, crumbled falafel with sesame seeds, three vegan fish-free fillets (with sauces and sides), a falafel burger and a chickpea and sweet potato curry.
Jason Radbourn, Senior Food Development Manager for Hungry Horse, told The Morning Advertiser: ‘After listening intently to our customers’ feedback it came through loud and clear that we needed to experiment with our dishes to cater to a broader range of diets.’
‘Working closely with our suppliers, we’ve not only introduced a number of new plant-based dishes, but we’ve also put a spin on some of the traditional pub classics we offer, such as fish and chips, which is now available with vegan fish-free fillets and is already proving popular with our customers,’ he said.
Find out more at www.hungryhorse.co.uk.