Primrose Hill’s vegan restaurant, Manna, has re-opened its doors after having been closed for a number of years.
After undergoing a pandemic-induced refurbishment, including a new entrance and vegan bar, new kitchen and a whole new team, the restaurant on Erskine Road is now re-open, offering a menu bursting with goodness and seasonal ingredients.
Everything is made in-house, including the sauces, breads and pastries, from UK ingredients as much as possible. Environmental impact and recycling food are foremost considerations.
Items on the menu include Manna’s full English breakfast, (signature homemade sausage, baked beans, hash browns and tofu scramble with baked tomato and grilled mushrooms), a nutritious Buddha Bowl, (a warming combination of noodles, scrambled tofu, coriander, and tomato in a vegetable broth), a newly-launched Manna Sunday Roast and the extremely popular Bangers & Mash (Manna’s secret recipe sausage served over mashed and sweet potato, drizzled with a rich red wine and onion gravy).
There is also an online delicatessen – offering pastries, breads, cakes and sweet or savoury treats – all baked fresh in-house. The deli adds an additional vegan twist to a range of ice cream, honey, jams and tea-infused juices – as well as very tasty dog biscuits – all made fresh at Manna.
Manna can host a wide range of celebratory events, and is able to cater for all dietary needs.
While the doors are re-opening in stages, Manna has a reputation stretching back to 1967, when the restaurant was one of the capital’s only fully plant-based dining options. Manna still strives to offer a natural, organic, seasonal menu, working to the mantra “We are what you eat”. So, plant-based food at its best!
To book, click here or call 07788 835892.
4 Erskine Road, Primrose Hill NW3 3AJ
Currently open 12 noon until 5pm, Wednesday to Sunday. Manna will open in the evenings during summer.
Call 07788 835892