Abu Dhabi has a vegan brunch and here is where you can enjoy it

King Kale Salad, Charred Aubergine Steak and more at this vegan brunch in Abu Dhabi.

Vegans of Abu Dhabi rejoice as the Market at EDITION will be laying on the capital’s first vegan-only brunch.

Serving up all your favourite plant-based dishes, you and your green friends can indulge for two hours every Sunday from 1pm to 5pm at the stylish restaurant.

The specially crafted menu by Michelin-starred Chef Tom Aikens, will offer green gastronomes a three-course experience that is bursting with global flavours and quality plant-based ingredients.

Begin with the rather scrumptious  King Kale Salad and Cauliflower Tabbouleh sharing plates before tucking into a choice of mains including Charred Aubergine Steak, Chia Base Pizza and favourite Crushed Avocado that sees grilled rye bread, flax sesame, and cashew nuts join the popular green berry.

For that sweet ending it has to be Market Fruits or the Black Rice Pudding of passion fruit sorbet, rice pudding and coconut that will send those with a sweet tooth home very happy.


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Prices start from AED 155 for soft drinks with the house beverage package priced at AED 255.

But don’t despair if the carnivores of the group refuse to embrace the green, as the Sunday Social Lunch will see them able to get their teeth into Seared & Cured Beef Carpaccio and Tuna Pizza for starters; Beef Wellington Benedict and Pulled Beef Burger for the mains and something sweet at the Ice-Cream Bar.

Prices start from AED 195 for soft drinks with the house drinks costing AED 295 for a two-hour experience.


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Matt Cassidy

When he is not hunting for the latest piece of Abu Dhabi news, Matt is ticking off his UAE bucket-list experiences (although he does love to take a break to test out the fine restaurants and bars of the capital). An armchair sports lover, he is on a personal mission to attend every sporting event in the UAE to make out for most likely missing the big one in Doha in November.