Vibrant vegan restaurant Powerplant opens its doors in Camden

Vegan restaurant alert! Powerplant prepares to welcome guests inside for the first time in London’s most treasured and eclectic town, Camden.

The chic setting offers a fun, healthy, and inspiring sensory experience – and of course delicious!

The restaurant is a part of the hospitality group Selina. Selina’s first outpost of its new restaurant brand is set to become a firm London favourite, serving a range of innovative, delicious plant-based dishes that are anything but boring. The brand will soon be expanding globally, with future openings in the pipeline tipped for Washington DC and Lisbon.

A culinary celebration of plant-based cuisine

Situated in London’s vegan hotspot and celebrating all things plant-powered, Powerplant‘s menu offers a range of plates. There is something for everyone, from breakfast, brunch, and dinner. Breakfast lovers can enjoy classic dishes such as ‘Bacon’ Bap, Classic Waffles with Maple Butter, or Golden Masala Granola – a breakfast bowl with homemade masala spiced granola, coconut yoghurt, topped with fresh berries.

Evening diners can enjoy a range of plates including Aubergine Tartare, Grilled Watermelon served with ‘feta’, oregano and pickled onions, or perhaps Korean Blossom Bao – Banana blossom fried in tempura batter and served with kimchi slaw and lime aioli in a steamed bun. Yum!

An authentic and unique dining experience

Powerplant is the latest venture for hospitality brand Selina.

The restaurant’s concept is to team up with local chefs to deliver an authentic and unique dining experience.

Harj Ram is the Head Chef at the plant-based restaurant. The chef is no strange to plant-based cuisine, his impressive cooking career spans from being Head Chef at Cardiff’s first all-vegan restaurant Anna Loka, as well as Bhuti in Richmond and Fulham’s Eat My Grass.

“Powerplant aims to show that a plant-based culinary experience is as exciting as any non-plant-based restaurant”

Global Brands & Creative, and Powerplant Creator Ariel Levinsohn, shared with Vegan Food & Living “Apart from the obvious environmental impact and health benefits of a plant-based diet,

“Powerplant aims to show that a plant-based culinary experience is as exciting as any non-plant based restaurant”

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