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Food / January 11, 2022

V-Face launch their Veganuary Range

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Food / January 11, 2022

V-Face launch their Veganuary Range

Words: Shamim de Brún

V-Face have launched a salad and milkshake range for Veganuary. The vegan restaurant in Stoneybatter serves vegan burgers, salads, shakes, and more.

Since popping up in The Belfry, Stoneybatter in 2018 and touring around the city with their pop-up, V-Face has built up quite the legion of fans. Owner Sarah Boland secured the North Brunswick Street location in 2019 and opened in 2020.

These additions will be available in-store, or you can order online for collection and, of course, for delivery with Deliveroo.

The milkshakes in the new range are Tiramisu, Chocolate, and Strawberry.

The new salads are the Braco Chicky Avocado made with V Face’s patented Chicky patty, iceberg lettuce, green onion, cucumber, gherkin served with their avocado pesto dressing. The Asian Equation is made up of homemade kimchi, rocket, sliced cucumber, grilled mushroom, sesame seeds, pickled ginger and is served with a kimchi sriracha dressing. Lastly, they’ve added the Vegano Italiano, a deftly assembled combination of spiced roasted chickpeas, cucumber, red onion diced, tomato diced, chopped parsley, rocket & balsamic vinegar and oregano dressing.

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