Norwich: five places serving vegan food for Veganuary 2022

Posted:
11:30 am January 8, 2022



The new year is well underway and many people are taking up the challenge of Veganuary.

The global initiative is encouraging people to adopt a plant-based lifestyle for January.

Here are five places in Norwich serving vegan food in January.

1. Coffee n ° 33

Where: 31-33 Exchange Street, NR2 1DP

When: Monday to Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Sunday 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.


The vegan specialty at Café No. 33 in Norwich is baba ganoush on toasted sourdough.
– Credit: Café n ° 33

The popular Exchange Street cafe has a new vegan special this month which is baba ganoush on toasted sourdough with black garlic, roasted cauliflower, pomegranates, cilantro chutney, pickled radish, roasted pistachios and black onion seeds.

The cafe also has a separate vegan menu that includes items like a stack of sweet corn fritters and shakshouka.

2. The black horse

Where: 50 Earlham Rd, Norwich NR2 3D

When: Monday to Thursday 3 p.m. to 9:30 p.m., Friday to Saturday 12 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.


The vegan burger on the menu at The Black Horse pub in Norwich.

The vegan burger on the menu at The Black Horse pub in Norwich. The skin of the fries with crushed peanuts, chili, scallions and hoisin sauce is also vegan.
– Credit: The Black Horse

In this classic NR2 pub, a new vegan burger is fresh on the menu.

It’s made with black beans, soy protein, and sundried tomatoes, topped with homemade vegan aioli and pickled red onions.

The burger is served with fries.

3. Court

Where: 6 Pottergate, NR2 1DS

When: Tuesday to Saturday 12 p.m. to 10 p.m.


Bucatini in Slow Tomato Sauce from Yard in Norwich that can be topped with vegan Parmesan.

Bucatini in Slow Tomato Sauce from Yard in Norwich that can be topped with vegan Parmesan.
– Credit: Court

Even though this pasta restaurant emphasizes traditional Italian cuisine that is generally far from vegan, its bucatini in a slow tomato sauce are plant-based.

Vegan Parmesan is also available to add to any dish.

4. Boulangerie aux deux pies

Or: 27-29 Wood Hill, NR1 3LA

When: Monday to Sunday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.


Two Magpies Bakery in Norwich offers free plant-based alternatives to milk in January.

Two Magpies Bakery in Norwich offers free plant-based alternatives to milk in January.
– Credit: Two Magpies Bakery

Timber Hill Bakery Cafe offers free oat milk with any coffee order.

Non-dairy milk is usually charged at 50p, but for the month of January it’s free.

Its menu also includes vegan options.

5. Ciscoe

Or: 25 Ber St, Norwich NR1 3EU

When: Thursday to Monday from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.


Ciscoe's pan-Asian sushi restaurant on Ber Street.  Chef Francisco 'Cisco' Papica creates th

Ciscoe’s has expanded its vegan options for January.
– Credit: Copyright: Archant 2015

This Pan-Asian restaurant celebrates Veganuary by adding more vegan and vegetarian options to its “freestyle” menu option.

The menu allows the chef to create a “perfect platter” for you.

The restaurant also has a wide selection of vegan dishes on the menu, including miso soup and a fried tofu roll.

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Tanya S. Norvell