Brighton's vegan pub, The Roundhill, has won 'Best Roast' in the BRAVO awards, beating meat entries from around the city.
A 100% vegan pub in Brighton has been awarded ‘Best Roast’ in the prestigious BRAVO awards.
The Roundhill pub opened in November 2018 and has gone on to beat entries from the whole of Brighton, including many meaty entries, to win the award.
The pub offers three versions of their vegan roast: nut roast, Mediterranean filo pastry and minted seitan ‘lamb’.
All three roasts are served with herby garlic roast potatoes, maple glazed parsnips, braised red cabbage and beetroot, cauliflower cheese, carrot and swede mash, tenderstem broccoli, a Yorkshire pudding and red wine jus. Our stomachs are rumbling!
‘Push the boundaries’
Max Aben, owner of The Roundhill pub said: “We are so incredibly honored to have won this prestigious BRAVO.
“For a plant-based roast to have come top in Brighton is something we are all incredibly proud of.
“We would like to thank our fantastic team for continuing to push the boundaries of plant-based dining and to all of our lovely customers who have eaten with us over the year.”
Aside from their Sunday Roasts, The Roundhill serve traditional pub food with an Asian twist. Stars on the menu include their Smoked ‘Rib’ of Corn, Seitan ‘Duck’ Filo and a Korean Burger featuring panko seitan ‘chicken’.
This win comes shortly after Brighton was named the most vegan-friendly city in the UK.
With 9.14 vegan-friendly restaurants per 15,000 inhabitants, Brighton was the clear winner with amazing restaurants such as The Roundhill, What The Pitta and Happy Maki. As a bright, cultural and diverse hub, Brighton has quickly become the ideal staycation destination for vegans across the UK.
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