A restaurant in Liverpool has launched its first all-vegan and vegetarian menu.
Tapas revolution, which opened in Liverpool’s Queen Square in November 2021, has unveiled a new vegan and vegetarian menu featuring tapas, large plates, nibbles and desserts.
The menu offers two courses for £25 or three courses for £30. Both options include a glass of Kingscote English sparkling wine.
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Bread and Nibbles includes Tabla De Pan (selection of breads) with truffle aioli, extra virgin olive oil and aged balsamic vinegar, Spanish olives from Seville, Tabla Verduras (grilled ciabatta with olive tapenade, fried almonds, mushrooms garlic and escalivada) and Galician padron peppers garnished with Maldon sea salt and cider reduction.
The vegan small plates offered at Tapas Revolution are Croquetas De Setas with Mushroom Bechamel served with Truffle Aioli, and Albondigas En Salsa which is Beet, Oat and Lentil “meatballs” served in a rich sofrito sauce with tomatoes and vegetables.
Vegetarians can enjoy Ensalada De Tomates with pickled red onions topped with goat cheese and a herb and olive oil vinaigrette, and Berenjenas Fritas – crispy fried eggplant strips with rosemary-spiced honey and fresh cilantro.
Larger plates consist of two vegan dishes – Piquillos Rellenos (roasted piquillo peppers stuffed with garlic mushrooms, fried potatoes, crispy artichoke, olive and arugula salsa) and Calabaza Asada (roasted butternut squash with braised chickpeas , spinach, garlic, mushrooms, peppers and almonds).
Tapas Revolution also caters to pescatarians with its new menu, as there are several fish dishes including a Seabass Con Patatas. It is a sea bass fillet accompanied by new potatoes, chorizo, baby spinach, capers and cider sauce.
Side dishes are all vegan and include patatas bravas, Garbanzos Y Espinaca (braised chickpeas with baby spinach and spices), Guisantes (peas with mint, candied onion and roasted garlic) and Champinones Al Ajillo (a variety of seasonal mushrooms sautéed in garlic, white wine and parsley).
For dessert, diners can enjoy vegan gelato with a glass of soft Pedro Ximenez sherry, vegetarian churros coated in cinnamon sugar and served with hot chocolate, baked-to-order chocolate fondant with a hint of orange served with clotted cream, and traditional almond cake served with warm vegan vanilla ice cream and caramel sauce.
Tapas Revolution Executive Chef Omar Allibhoy said: “We have been expanding our vegetarian options for some time and are really excited to launch our new menu this month. January is a great time to try Veganuary, or just opt for more meatless alternatives and these dishes were created to be bursting with flavor!
You can book a table at Tapas Revolution Liverpool here.
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