Sloane Place launches Veganuary menu

Wholesome winter food in Chelsea

January 2024: For those wanting to kick start the New Year with a plant-based diet, or for vegans looking to sample new dishes across the capital,  Sloane Place have launched their flavour-filled, colourful vegan menu with a selection of delicious European-Asian dishes crafted by Executive Chef Bernhard Mayer and Head Chef Maryono Maryono as follows:


Fried tofu with honey mustard & crispy giant corn Beetroot salad / Belgian endive

Oven-roasted cauliflower & chickpea salad Pomegranate / chia seeds / watercress / lemon-tahini dressing

Grilled Jerusalem artichoke salad Avocado / balsamic cipollini onions / pink grapefruit / rocket / pumpkin seeds


Aromatic vegetable Tikka Masala Cauliflower / bamboo shoots / courgettes / roasted peppers/ poppadom / steamed Jasmine rice

Pumpkin & sage tortelloni Carrot – ginger sauce / toasted pine nuts

Grilled tempeh with green harissa Wakame, glass noodle & vegetable salad


Exotic fruit salad Mandarin sorbet

Sticky chocolate pudding Caramel ice cream / silky molten chocolate 

Coconut & spiced pear cake Passionfruit sorbet / coconut-Victoria sponge (pictured)

The Sloane Club and Sloane Place are committed to responsible decisions in every aspect of their gourmet offerings. Last year, they unveiled a new kitchen that is helping them work towards their  sustainability goals while continuing to create an unrivalled dining experience for its Members and guests. With energy efficiency being key, all equipment in the new kitchen has been designed to the highest specifications and is projected to save over 1,200 kWh of energy per day, and nearly 100 tonnes of CO2 per annum as a result of power reduction technology and all electric equipment. 
As part of sustainability initiatives by Sloane Place, guests staying at the hotel overnight can request a complimentary ‘plantable cornflower seed heart’ by Sow Many Seeds. Cornflower is one of the prettiest wildflowers and is loved by pollinators vital for the survival of our ecosystem.

The vegan menu will be served until 31st January with two courses £29.50 and three courses £34.50.