After our worst-ever drought and bushfire season and the unfolding coronavirus’ impact on the food import industry, it’s no wonder so many of us are turning to locally grown plant-based food. It just makes good sense.
Here at Haven, we are supporting ethical food production with our first ever ‘Haven Goes Vegan’ event, which is to be held Tuesday 17th March to Sunday 29 March. Our resident family of food lovers are injecting creativity, fun and life into the fortnight fling to deliver some special experiences that will send our sister cities green with envy.
Here’s what’s on offer at Haven Newstead:
🌱 Tuesday 17 March – Salt Meats Cheese will expand on its already popular ‘All You Can Eat Pizza Pasta Vegan Night’.*
🌱 Saturday, 21 March – e’cco Bistro will kick off the event with a Vegan Lunch from 12pm – 3pm.
🌱 Betty’s Burgers will continue to spread the plant-based love with its Vegan Burger at $12.50, Vegan Fries at $5, Spicy Vegan Sauce at $2, and Garden Salad with an optional Crispy Vegan Patty at $16.*
🌱Cheeky Poké is offering an exclusive vegan ‘smoked salmon’ with falafel and teriyaki tempeh poke bowl.*
🌱 Saturday 21 March – Sunday 29 March – Short Order Kitchen by Jocelyn’s Provisions will launch an exclusive Sesame Marinated Tofu and Rice Noodle Salad. Best enjoyed with a slice of Vegan Chocolate Cake and a special limited-time Soy Latte.
🌱 Tuesday 24 – Friday 27 March – the team at Miele will teach us to cook scrumptious buckwheat and red lentil lasagne and apricot pistachio cake in a series of Vegan Cooking Demonstrations. Register here.
🌱 Sunday, 29 March – Salt Meats Cheese ‘Go Green’ with an Italian vegan cuisine Masterclass by vegetarian, yoga teacher and Head Chef Silvio Bazzanella. Silvio will teach the essentials in vegan ingredients and ethical food practices in Italian cooking. You’ll learn the secrets to a vegan dip, the fluffiest vegan gnocchi and indulge in a simple healthy vegan dessert. Tickets are $89.*
*Available at Haven Newstead only.