Are you taking part in Veganuary this 2019?
Giraffe have introduced their brand-new vegan menu as part of Veganuary including a delicious beetroot and quinoa burger, tasty sides and a dessert not to be missed!
The plant-based 'Up-Beet Burger' is made with beetroot, quinoa and soya patty on a bed of carrot and peppers served with skin-on fries - a delicious meat-free alternative if you're taking part in Veganuary. This 100% vegan burger is only £11.50.
Looking for something a little different? Order the new and filling Jackfruit Curry served with jasmine rice, topped with spring onion, coriander and a lime wedge for just £9.95. Don't forget to complete your dish with our delicately wrapped vegetable gyozas - it's the perfect Veganuary feast.
End your meal the right way with our mouth-watering, vegan chocolate and coconut torte with raspberry coulis and a scoop of vanilla ice cream, only £5.50.
Visit Giraffe today!
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