Plant-based food restaurant VEKITCHEN to open in Battersea this spring

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Plant-based food and sustainable restaurant VEKITCHEN will open in Battersea, south London, this spring.

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Plant-based food and sustainable restaurant VEKITCHEN will open in Battersea, south London, this spring.

Opening on Northcote Road near Clapham Junction station, the restaurant will initially launch for delivery on Deliveroo from mid this month before opening its doors for dine in once lockdown restrictions have been lifted.

It is described as having a ‘Hamptons meets the south of France’ interior and has a commitment to sustainability with the use of reclaimed wood, a zero-plastic policy and fully-electric kitchen.

The menu is largely informed by Ayurvedic principles with main courses arranged into three Ayurvedic food classifications - pitta (fire), vata (air) and kapha (earth). Menu items will include roasted Mediterranean vegetables; hummous; soups and stews; plant-based burgers; cashew mac and cheese; and a bean chilli with chipotle corn, brown rice and coriander.

Sides options available will include the likes sauerkraut, sprout grains and kimchi, and snacks will include rainbow and green lentil and beetroot tabouleh; kale crisps; and smashed avocado and chipotle corn with black beans.

Founder Ray Duhaney has worked with London venues including Cheyne Walk Brasserie, Bumpkin, Ronnie Scott’s.

 

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