All Star Lanes splits menu to cater for vegans

By Nikkie Sutton

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All welcome: All Star Lanes has released its vegan-friendly menu in a bid to make its food accessible to everyone
All welcome: All Star Lanes has released its vegan-friendly menu in a bid to make its food accessible to everyone
London-based bar and bowling group All Star Lanes has introduced its new vegan menu this month, which includes burgers.

Its new Spicy Nacho Burger is stuffed with polenta and guacamole on a tangy, spiced yellow lentil and chickpea patty, topped with char-grilled courgettes and nacho vegan ‘cheese’ sauce.

Diners can also choose its Texas Hummus, made with kidney beans hummus, spiced with tahini and cumin, topped with mixed bean and sweetcorn salsa. This fiery fiesta is served with home-made tortilla chips and hot sauce.

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The Texas Hummous comes with a kick.

To finish the meal, customers can enjoy a warm apple turnover. The home-made apple and salted caramel turnover is topped with maple syrup and dark brown sugar glaze, served with a scoop of sweet soy milk ice cream.

Vegan options

The group said this January is all about serving some “lip-smacking” food that everyone can enjoy and these dishes are available from 8 to 31 January.

Last year (April), Mitchells & Butlers-owned pub chain Harvester targeted vegan vegetarian clientele​ with a food offer that included its first-ever vegan dessert.

Different meals

In total, Harvester added seven veggie and vegan-friendly main meals to its line-up.

Ranging in price from £7.99 to £10.49, the range included Aubergine & Red Lentil Tagine (vegan), Sweet Potato Jambalaya (vegetarian), Herb-Battered Halloumi & Chips (vegetarian), Penne Arrabiata (vegetarian), Stuffed Red Pepper (vegan) and Beetroot & Halloumi Burger (vegetarian).

A vegan Coconut & Raspberry Rice Pudding (£4.29) was also being sold. Harvester marketing manager Anneli Fereday said: “We’ve seen an ever-increasing demand for meat-free and vegan options, so we are introducing some delicious new vegan dishes and bringing more choice to diners who have specific dining preferences.”

In 2017, free-from food was the top food trend​ with 38% of consumers demanding it from pubs, according to data experts CGA.

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