Unity Diner offers a bottomless brunch with its first-ever Christmas menu

Author: Helen Greaves

Read Time:   |  2nd December 2021

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In celebration of the Unity Diner Christmas menu, you can get unlimited Moving Mountains treats and Prosecco for your festive brunch.

How do you like the sound of juicy vegan hot dogs wrapped in a crisp puff pastry, served up with a rich and festive rosemary and cranberry sauce?

What if we told you you could eat as many of them as you want?

Well, in celebration of their new festive menu, Moving Mountains and Unity Diner are offering the No Pigs in Duvets Bottomless Brunch throughout December.

From 12-5 pm Tuesday to Friday until December 23rd, customers at the Unity Diner can order a main course with unlimited No Pigs in Duvets and Prosecco for £45 per person.

Kevyn Burke, Manager and Founder of Unity Diner says: “We are really excited to be building on our existing relationship with Moving Mountains to launch our first ever festive menu, as they are a brand whose ethos and mission aligns so closely with our own.

“To be able to celebrate with London’s first No Pigs in Duvets Bottomless Brunch seemed completely fitting, and we hope to see plenty of Londoners down at Unity Diner throughout December indulging in the classic festive treat, along with the other delights we’ve got on offer.”

Unity Diner’s Christmas menu

The bottomless brunch is being offered in celebration of the launch of Unity Diner’s first-ever festive vegan menu, in collaboration with Moving Mountains.

The menu features classic festive dishes that customers will know and love, all with a plant-based twist. Choices include:

  • Moving Mountains’ Christmas Burger, filled with stuffing and Brussels sprouts, smothered in cranberry sauce and rosemary aioli, served in a toasted brioche bun and topped with vegan gravy.
  • Moving Mountains Christmas Wellington served with roast potatoes, carrots, parsnips, Brussels sprouts and a lashing of Christmas mushroom and miso gravy.
  • Moving Mountains Brussels Sprouts side dish with spinach and cherry tomatoes sautéed in garlic soya butter, dusted in pumpkin seed parmesan.

Simon Van der Molen, Founder of Moving Mountains says: “We’re delighted to be partnering with our friends at Unity Diner to create our Moving Mountains festive menu.

“Christmas is synonymous with great food, and Unity Diner have created some amazing dishes using our plant-based products which taste delicious and are great for supporting a sustainable planet.

“Our mission at Moving Mountains is to create plant-based food that tastes delicious, but is also good for the planet and this menu shows that even festive favourites can be made better for our health and for the planet.”

Still hungry for more? Here are 48 delicious festive vegan Christmas recipes for the perfect meat-free Christmas dinner. 

Written by

Helen Greaves

Helen has been vegan since 2018 and has a background in vegan food marketing and social media. She's mother to a mischief of rats, and loves to spend her spare time making vegan cakes and bakes.

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