Tired Parents, Miss Your Afternoon Vegan Tea? Glasgow Southside Bar Has One
A cozy place to sip some vegan tea in the afternoon along with a delicious plant-based sandwich is not a very conventional idea to a lot of vegans. Maybe because there aren’t many. There is a lack of bars serving the classic afternoon tea experience to vegans. But a Glasgow cafe in the Southside has chosen to give ‘everyone’ the best experience, and hence are introducing dairy-free afternoon tea in the Southside.
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Glasgow Bar Brings Vegan Tea to Southside For Those Leisurely Afternoons
The Butterfly and the Pig South bar in Shawlands are bringing vegan afternoon tea so that vegans don’t miss the fancy little cakes and tiny sandwiches; the classic afternoon tea experience.
In a statement on the bar’s Instagram handle, they wrote that their chefs have been trying their best to create innovative and new vegan recipes. They stated that their afternoon tea offering can be crafted considering food allergies, apart from making them vegan or vegetarian as per need.
“We love it and we would love to hear your opinions! So that we can give everyone the best experience here at the Butterfly and Pig South,” the statement read.
The bar also mentioned that they’ve ventured into plant-based milk alternatives for their vegan tea offerings, lately. Currently, they’re serving drinks with rice, oat and soy milk as dairy-alternatives. They serve plant-based breakfast platter that includes delicious and filling items like toast, veggie sausage, spinach, mushroom, tomato, sweet potato, vegan haggis, tattie scone, avocado, beans and chili smash. (Image above).
Recently another Glasgow cafe called the Rose & Grants Café introduced the vegan version of the traditional lamb-based Scotch Pie; a Scottish delicacy.
What do you think about the vegan tea offering? Let me know your thoughts in the comments below.