Stoke Place in South Buckinghamshire is supporting Veganuary with a brand new vegan menu available in its Michelin-recommended restaurant, The King & Lamb. It is the first time that the hotel is supporting Veganuary, which encourages tens of thousands of people to ‘try vegan in January’.
Nearly 5% of the UK population now consider themselves vegetarian – up from around 4% three years ago. And many more people are choosing to be “flexitarians” opting for veggie or vegan options a few times a week. According to the Vegan Society, veganism is now one of Britain’s “fastest growing lifestyle movements.
Stoke Place has thrown itself fully behind the Veganuary ethos with the hotel offering a choice of three vegan starters, three mains and three desserts throughout January.
Adam Salter, General Manager, said: “Stoke Place has a long history and association with food having been built by Royal chef Patrick Lamb. Many of our customers are vegan and we are proud to encourage more people to enjoy a plant based meal this January. Our chefs have enjoyed creating a vegan menu that we believe will delight both vegans and meat-eaters alike.’
Surrounded by 26 acres of serene ‘Capability Brown’ landscaped parkland, Stoke Place is a a Grade II listed 17th Century Queen Anne Mansion house built in 1690. With all the charm and rural tranquillity of a countryside location but with a stylish and relaxed modern interior, Stoke Place is a leading destination for weddings, conferences, business trips, romantic weekend breaks, team building events and parties.
The on-site restaurant ‘The King & Lamb’ has recently been completely renovated. All the dishes are carefully prepared using only the finest quality, locally sourced free range ingredients and uses produce from Stoke Place’s very own Victorian Kitchen Garden situated on the estate. Stoke Place is also Highly Recommended on the Michelin Guide and The Good Food Guide.
Stoke Place’s vegan menu will run throughout January and will feature as a two course or three course set menu priced at £19.99 for two courses or £24.99 for three. The menu will run alongside Stoke Place’s regular lunch and dinner menu.