The Gate, one of London's top vegetarian restaurants as voted by home-cook website Epicurious, is opening a restaurant on 22-24 Seymour Place, London on 1 December.
The restaurant will seat 86 covers with space for an additional 16 on the outside terrace.
The brand, which already operates in Hammersmith and Islington, showcases vegetarian food. Yossi Edri, the Gate's head of food and former executive chef for Kettners and sous chef at the National Dining Rooms with Oliver Peyton, works closely with founders Michael and Adrian Daniel to develop the menu which caters for both vegetarians and vegans.
The menu will include: aubergine teriyaki; green banana fritters; plantain chips and green dragon, a tofu-based salad, alongside new additions to the menu for the launch of the new restaurant including; three-way filled globe artichoke, aubergine schnitzel, and wild mushroom rotolo.
For the first time, the Gate at Seymour Place will open for breakfast and offer dishes such as: scrambled tofu with smoky shiitake mushroom; toasted bagel with fresh avocado and organic poached eggs; egg white and spinach omelette with an avocado and toasted sunflower seed salad and potted chia banana and dates, with halva and sweet pecans.
The drinks menu will offer a variety of wines and cocktails, alongside healthy juices and non-alcoholic cocktails.
Michael Daniel, co-founder of The Gate said: "The launch of The Gate Seymour Place marks an important step in the life of our family business. I feel the time is right to bring our take on vegetarian dining to even more people and we're excited to be doing so in Central London and in particular in Seymour Place among many fellow independents and in a venue which affords us a bigger stage for our inventive and carefully-honed cooking."
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