Having just moved to Edinburgh, I was looking for a hip vegan restaurant to quell my foodie soul.
And I found it at Beetroot Sauvage.
Having just opened its doors this past summer, this restaurant + yoga studio + events space is doing its best to nourish the community “from soil to soul.”
When I noticed they host unique, one-off vegan supper clubs, I knew I had to attend one.
The Raw & Reggae night just happened to fit in perfectly with my schedule, so I signed up my husband and I. We showed up with a bottle of organic wine from the wine shop across the street. (It was only a 3 pound corkage fee to bring your own booze.)
The intimate dinner began with a non-alcoholic drink in the luscious outdoor garden.
(We may or may not have added our organic wine to it.)
When it was time for dinner to begin, reggae beckoned us inside through the open doors. The music was performed by Cedric Minel, a France/Edinburgh based multi-instrumentalist and he provided the perfect vibe to compliment the Caribbean raw food theme.
As you can see, I did not leave this supper hungry! Stuffed with delicious raw vegan goodness, I left happy, healthy and ready to come back again soon.
Until next time,