The Ivy on the Square have announced the launch of their brand new vegetarian and vegan menu, which is now available at the Edinburgh restaurant.

Featuring a wide selection of veggie options, the dedicated menu makes it easy for vegetarian and vegan customers to choose their favourite dishes when dining at the brasserie.

From asparagus with truffle hollandaise to HLT open sandwiches (a halloumi twist on the classic BLT), there’s something for everyone.

With a range selection of snacks, starters, mains, sides and desserts, even meat-eaters may be tempted to try the new menu.


Picture: Sweet potato Keralan curry, Paul Winch-Furness

As well as a wide range of vegetarian-friendly dishes, vegans can also enjoy tucking into completely plant-based plates like warm Asian salad with watermelon, pak choi, broccoli and cashew nuts with a sesame, coriander and hoisin sauce, or sweet potato Keralan curry with chickpeas, broccoli and coconut.

The new vegetarian and vegan menu will run alongside The Ivy on the Square’s regular a la carte menu, and is available for both lunch and dinner.


Picture: Onion soup, Paul Winch-Furness

The Ivy on the Square is The Ivy Collection’s first Scottish restaurant, since opening at St Andrew Square in September 2017.

The Glasgow restaurant is set to open some time next year as part of the brand’s expansion.

The vegetarian and vegan menu is available from 11.30am to 11.30pm Monday to Friday, 4pm to 11.30pm Saturday, and 4pm to 10.30pm Sunday.

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