Greek Restaurant Chain Launches Meat-Free Meatballs For World Vegan Month
UK restaurant chain The Real Greek has added vegan meatballs to the menu in celebration of World Vegan Month.
The new plant-based meatballs can be found on the restaurant chain’s Filoxenia Dinner Menu, which is “a celebration of authentic Greek hospitality.” The word Filoxenia means to be a friend to strangers and to have an eagerness to express hospitality.
“The new menu celebrates this cultural tradition, and offers a complete meal, mixing and matching four dishes from across almost the entire Main and Vegan menu, for just £12.95” shared The Real Greek in an email to Raise Vegan.
The authentic restaurant chain is now working in partnership with Hellenic Hope — a charitable organisation that supports at-risk-kids living in poverty in Greece.
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World Vegan Month
The Real Greek is not the only establishment in London to expand its range of plant-based dishes in time for World Vegan Month.
Albion Shoreditch, an all-day cafe and bar, has launched a selection of new meat and dairy-free dishes to coincide with the occasion.
Diners at Albion Shoreditch can now choose from Roasted Onion Squash with Butternut Puree, Bunched Carrots & Carlin Peas, Grilled Spiced Sweet Potatoes with Avocado, Baby Spinach & Macadamia ‘Feta’ and more.
At Middle Eastern restaurant and cocktail bar Mamounia Lounge, across town in both Mayfair and Knightsbridge, a new selection of plant-based options are on offer. A favorite with customers is the Truffle Hummus, served with wild mushroom, crispy chickpeas and warm Lebanese bread.
Are you in London? Let us know if you’ll be trying any of these tasty dishes soon!
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