Raw & Reggae Supper Club at Beetroot Sauvage

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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.)

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The table was set and ready for raw food action when we arrived.

The intimate dinner began with a non-alcoholic drink in the luscious outdoor garden. IMG_2276.jpg

(We may or may not have added our organic wine to it.)

Dress: Free People. Wrap: H&M.

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.

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The menu.
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Our first course: Sunny Pate and Smoky Sweet Potato Chews
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Course II: Sea Burgers with Citrus, Avocado, and Mango Salad
Course III: Summer Stew served with Cauliflower Rice
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Some peppermint tea to aide the stomach with digestion
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Dessert I: Papaya Tart With Strawberry Coulis 
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Dessert II: Tropical Truffle With Edible Flowers

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.

You can find out more about Beetroot Sauvage’s events and supper clubs by clicking here.


Until next time,




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