Flexitarian restaurant Plants & Grills makes Oxford debut

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Flexitarian restaurant Plants & Grills makes Oxford debut

Related tags: Plants & Grills, Vegetarianism, Vegan, Plant-based

Flexitarian restaurant brand Plants & Grills has opened its debut restaurant at Westgate Oxford shopping centre.

The brand, which serves a range of meat, vegetarian and vegan dishes, has opened a 500sq ft kitchen with space for 100 customers within the Westgate social dining area.

Menu items include a steak sandwich; spiced chicken flatbread; and curried fish hot dog as well as a portobello mushroom sandwich; roasted spicy aubergine flatbread; and kale and avocado salad.

“We are excited to be making our debut in a location that encourages independent restaurants, and it’s the perfect starting point to begin our bricks-and-mortar journey as a brand,” says Plants & Grills’ Amit Joshi.

“We feel that our inclusive concept will work well with the consumer base already established at Westgate, and we are excited to be a part a community-driven destination that is such an important part of Oxford.”

Café brand Joe & The Juice has also joined Westgate for its debut in the region.

“These two new brands highlight the diversity and balance on offer at our destinations, combining global names and independent debuts. Forging strong relationships with brands and supporting them as they grow is an important part of what we do and it’s particularly exciting to be part of the journey of independents like Plants & Grills as they establish their concept,” says Russell Loveland, senior portfolio director at Landsec.

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