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Le Royal Méridien Abu Dhabi is going vegetarian

Vegetarian offerings have been added to the menus at Market Kitchen, Stratos and PJ O’Reilly’s. 

Starting the new year with a sustainable pledge, Le Royal Méridien Abu Dhabi has committed to going vegetarian across their various food and beverage outlets. 

Home to popular restaurants, Market Kitchen, Stratos Revolving Lounge and PJ O’Reilly’s, the chic five-star hotel are adapting to more sustainable practices in a bid to become more conscious about what we consume. 

The hotel’s culinary team have created a series of dishes inspired by the “Beyond Meat” brand and have incorporated flavourful ingredients in a bid to cater to both vegetarian and vegan customers,

PJ O’Reilly’s offers a blend of Irish hospitality with Abu Dhabi comfort, and as one of the oldest pubs in the city is adapting its menu of pub grub to include vegetarian chilli con Carne and Beyond bangers and mash, bringing meat-free alternatives to the pub classics.

Best known for its farm to table experience, Market Kitchen has adjusted its culinary offering with nine new dishes. These include an innovative Teriyaki white cabbage steak, roasted celeriac, and a banana choco brownie with strawberry sorbet.

Stratos is the only revolving bar and lounge at the capital and is known for its grills prepared in the Josper Oven. Adding to the excitement, diners can expect now tuck into a Josper grilled Beyond Burger, alongside tomato burrata salad, mushroom risotto and a carrot Biscoff cake.

Why not add one of these new additions to your next lunch or dinner at Le Royal Méridien Abu Dhabi and support the Veganuary movement this January.

GO: Email restaurants.lrmad@lemeridien.com or call 800 101 101 for reservations and more information.

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David Tapley - Editor
Dubai-based editor for one of the region’s most fiercely local lifestyle publications across Abu Dhabi, Bahrain, Dubai and Qatar. Specialised in food, hospitality, arts, culture, and travel-related content.

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