Browns Bonds Hill Named in Top 10 Vegan Fine Dining Restaurants UK
PETA NAMES BROWNS BONDS HILL TOP VEGAN FINE DINING RESTAURANT IN NORTHERN IRELAND
Multi-award winning Browns Bonds Hill, based in Derry~Londonderry, is the only restaurant in Northern Ireland to be named among the top 10 best restaurants in the UK for vegan fine dining by PETA, the charity dedicated to establishing and protecting the rights of all animals.
Browns Bonds Hill was chosen by PETA as one of its top 10 perfect places where vegans most luxurious vegan food dreams come true as, not only does eating vegan open up a whole new world of flavours, says the charity, but it saves lives, protects the planet and has health benefits.
Chef Patron of Browns Bonds Hill, Ian Orr, said: “Preparing our vegan menu was a really exciting challenge. In the past year or so we’ve seen a real increase in demand for vegetarian and vegan dishes and at Browns Bonds Hill we love a challenge, so our head chef Phelim O’Hagan and I were determined we weren’t going to shy away from preparing a full vegan menu. We enjoyed getting our creative juices flowing when constructing various courses to provide our vegan diners with a mouth-wateringly exotic and unforgettable menu. This recognition by PETA among some of the best vegan fine dining offerings in the UK proves we’ve got it right.”
Browns Bonds Hill offers an early bird vegan menu which includes a starter of wild mushroom arancini, a choice of exquisite main courses including spiced carrot falafel and dessert to die for of Champagne rhubarb, blood orange sorbet and honeycomb. The early bird menu is priced at £21 for two courses or £25 for three course.
The vegan tasting menu which must be booked in advance is priced at £40 (excluding wine) or £70 with wine for seven sumptuous courses.
Each dish is innovatively prepared with the freshest of in season produce sourced locally from across Northern Ireland and is therefore subject to change.