French restaurant Aubaine is launching a vegan menu to champion Veganuary, a celebration of all things vegan throughout the month of January.
The new plant-based menu emcompasses vegetables, fruits, whole grains and legumes that bring Veganuary to life on a plate. Each dish has been designed by Aubaine’s chefs to deliver full flavours that will tempt everyone’s tastebuds.
Aubaine will be offering nine new recipes spanning three courses.
Diners can expect contemporary twists on French classics, such as beetroot & green apple tartare with avocado and mushroom bourguignon with carrot bacon, alongside modern creations such as roasted cauliflower steak with turmeric, smoked paprika and pomegranate.
The vegan desserts use the freshest ingredients, including raw 70% dark Peruvian organic chocolate, mandarin and raspberries.
Aubaine’s sommelier is carefully pairing the elements and flavours of each course with a remarkable wine; the 2016 Le Canon du MarÃƒÂ©chal` Muscat/Viognier. The vineyard Domaine Cazes that produces the wine is the largest certified organic and biodynamic estate in France. This delightfully lively and vegan vintage is aromatic and dry on the palate, which makes for the perfect flavour pairing to the new plant-based menu.
The Veganuary menu is available for lunch and dinner across 6 central London locations.
(Starter & Main £12.50)
Beetroot & green apple tartare
Avocado & orange dressing
Turmeric, smoked paprika, pine nuts, pomegranate, lemon oil
Mashed potato, carrot bacon
Butternut squash risotto
Fried sage, walnut crumble
Portobello & black bean burger
Polenta & poached plum cake (£5)
Raw 70% dark Peruvian organic chocolate & raspberry brownie (£6.50)
2016 Le Canon du MarÃƒÂ©chal` Muscat/Viognier (£6.10/£8.35£11.85/Bottle £35)
Domaine Cazes is the largest certified organic and biodynamic estate in France. Delightfully lively and fresh, this vegan Muscat/Voignier makes the perfect accompaniment to our new plant-based menu.