It may be pouring it down with rain as I'm writing this, but the dodgy weather hasn't stopped LEON from launching an all-new summer menu which celebrates British summer produce and the power of plants. And if their halloumi wrap and fries is anything to go by (my go-to hangover lunch), then this is going to be seriously tasty.
Whether it's breakfast, lunch or dinner, the guys over at LEON seem to know what they're doing. The restaurant is introducing a whole selection of new delicious-tasting, healthy food that features bold and exciting flavours.
For breakfast, you can choose between a Vegan Grilled Mushroom & Cheeze Muffin which is layered with freshly grilled mushrooms, LEON’s in-house vegan cheeze sauce, rocket and ketchup in a toasted sourdough English muffin (amazing), or a classic Big Breakfast Box (you know, standard). I could think of worse ways to spend my morning...
For lunch, how about one of LEON's Paleo Plant Boxes? They feature chargrilled British seasonal veg topped with either roasted aubergine and sumac-pickled onions, or paprika chicken with garlic aioli.
Or, if you're after a mid-afternoon snack, the restaurants Pecan, Maple and Oat Cookie sounds incredible. Pair it up with LEON’s new plant-powered Chocolate and Banana Vegan Protein Shake and you're good to go.
The new menu includes:
- Pecan, Maple and Oat Cookie £1.80
- Vegan Grilled Mushroom & Cheeze Muffin £3.95
- Shakshuka £2.95
- The Big Breakfast Box £4.95
- The Halloumi Breakfast Box £4.45
- Paleo Plant Box with Grilled Aubergine £5.95
- Paleo Plant Box with Paprika Chicken £6.95
- Summer Slaw £1.50
- Seasonal British Veg £3.45
- Chocolate & Banana Vegan Protein Shake £3.50
- Halloumi Fingers & Rice Kids’ Meal £3.75
Erica Molyneaux, Head of Food at LEON, commented: “This new menu launch is a celebration of the power of plants and British seasonal produce, with some very exciting new dishes, that pack a punch when it comes to flavour. Now more than ever is important to continue to support British farmers and producers and offer food that tastes good, does good and is kind to the planet.”
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