Renowned vegetarian and vegan restaurant, The Gate, opened its latest branch on Marylebone’s Seymour Place last month.
With successful branches already open in both Islington and Hammersmith, its obvious this veggie hotspot has made a new and innovative addition to the Central London food scene.
The Gate is famous for making veggies the centre piece of their innovative cooking. With dishes such as; aubergine schnitzel, roast heirloom beetroot tart and green banana fritters the Gate is far from predictable. All of the ingredients that are used at the restaurant have been selectively sourced from independent producers, following the Gate’s philosophy of celebrating food. This philosophy allows extraordinary experimentation when comes to both the dishes they create and the processes they use.
Delicious veggie dishes aren’t the only thing offer at the Gate, their theme of experimentation continues on to their wide range of cocktails too. From a Jalapeño Margarita to a Lavender Lady t
he Gates cocktail menu does not fail to impress. All made with fresh juices, herbs and botanicals the cocktail menu is another reason why the Gate is bringing innovation and celebration to Central London food scene.
Just hiding off of the shopping hub of Oxford Street, in a small Marylebone suburb, the Gate is a fantastic place to put down your bags and relax for that mid-shop meal. Natural light fills the restaurants minimalistic, tranquil dining space. The gate offers both a healthy and relaxing alternative to the high street chains that are only a walk away.