Doing it the vegan way

The bistro opened last November with a delectable array of vegan food...and desserts! Vegan ice creams made from natural flavours and soy milk. No preservatives or sugar is added to the ice creams. “Vegan is not commercial to us. We cater to a small section of people. We are the only ones to introduce a vegan Caesar salad made of soy milk and cashew nuts cream.

Our latest experiment is with vegan mock meat. It can be added to pizzas and pastas,” says Narendran Raju, chef de cuisine of the bistro. Their vegan appetizers are a must try — peri peri veggies, hummus and peta, chili idli, falafel and buffalo potato. They also have a tandoori section where tofu is used instead of in tikkas and kebabs. Oats vegan burger with a patty made of vegetables, vegan bun and mayo is a hot favourite among customers. All the ingredients at the bistro are sourced from their in-house bakery. 

Wild Garden Cafe, Amethyst

A handful of vegan people go for the green options. A dish can be prepared in a vegan way by cutting down on a few ingredients. For instance, our Greek salad can be made with tofu instead of goat cheese. We customise the menu according to preferences,” says Virginie Bompoil, consultant chef of Amethyst. Their vegan menu was curated four years back. It offers five dishes in pastas, salads and pizzas.....Read more


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