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Go posh this World Vegan Month

The people over at PeTA just gave me some interesting news that I thought I should share with you right now.

Gauthier Soho is an exclusive restaurant with dining rooms spread across three floors of a Regency townhouse in Central London. The expensive eatery is the recipient of multiple awards and commendations, including being rated at number 4 in the ZAGAT guide for best food in London.

Up until now, Gauthier Soho hasn’t been particularly focussed on vegan cuisine but that is all about to change this month as the restaurant launches a special plant-based menu for World Vegan Month.

Keep reading below to see the intricate vegan tasting menu available in Gauthier Soho this November.

Tasting Menu

LES PLANTES Celebrating World Vegan Month

Butternut Squash

Smoked Tofu & Fondant Squash Chervil & Bitter Dandelion Crisp

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Hay Baked Beetroot

Crystalised Samphire, Maple Syrup & Garlic Dressing

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Heirloom Rainbow Carrots

Celery & Pine Nut Broth Chard Tortellini

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Sticky & Glutinous Fermented Rice

Date Chutney & Fresh Figs Walnut Bread

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Lemon & Thyme Sorbet

Ginger Crumble

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Saffron & Quince

Caramel Pops

£55

With Sommelier Selection “Les Petits Producteurs” £100

With a 3 Teas Flight Pairing (280ml) £70

Teas by Lalani & Co

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Carrot chard tortellini

What do you think of that menu?

Are you excited to try a 100% plant-based menu at a world-renowned restaurant?

You can visit Gauthier Soho online.


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3 Comments
  1. I’m so going to get the new boyfriend to take me here! Thanks for sharing.

  2. Some of that sounds good but I dont do samphire for political reasons (it is usually sourced from Israel) and why oh why are figs on the menu??? Many of us vegans do not do figs (i know some of you do). The price seems OK for all that stuff I guess.
    You are very lucky FGV to be in London as you seem to have so many options. I am in Birmingham. We have virtually nothing! Well, not anywhere near what you have down south. We do have some vegetarian restaurants/cafes but only a small amount of their stuff is vegan, and TBH some of these places dont totally ‘get it’ when you ask for dressing without honey!

  3. Thank you so much for telling us about this! My husband and I tried it this week and it was amazing!! I wish we could convince them to have a vegan tasting menu regularly.

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