7 Course Vegan at Haoma during J festival

| November 15, 2018


Two of Bangkok’s leading Vegan Vanguards; Broccoli Revolution and Barefood Bangkok, is teaming up with Haoma “table in farm” Bangkok restaurant for a 2-night vegan culinary feast to celebrate the “J” Festival. Yes, we said celebrate. Being Vegan or “J” doesn’t mean you have to settle for boring nights at home with bland tofu or substitute meats!

Chef Deepanker Khosla (Chef DK) of Haoma, in collaboration with Naya Ehrlich-Adam of Broccoli Revolution and Chef Edoardo Bonavolta and Taksina Nuangsri-Anttila of Barefood Bangkok, will be creating an original menu which highlights their own Vegan products and personal recipes which incorporate greens and herbs from Haoma’s aquaponic, hydroponic and compost farm.


The 7-course meal will be that of fine dining standard and with respect to the “J” festival guidelines. No meat, dairy or products derived from animals and no onion or garlic, with Choice of Add-on Mocktail or Broccoli Revolution juice pairing on offer.

The Vegan Vanguards along with Haoma’s sustainable model would like to prove that Vegan dining in Thailand, can absolutely be a fine and elevated experience in a joyful environment. Haoma and the Vegan Vanguards also believe it’s important to promote minimizing food waste and buying quality local produce, as the way of the future.
During the “J’ festival, Haoma will also be featuring an additional Vegan Tasting Menu and Vegan Brunch Menu alongside their signature Tasting Menu and Weekend Brunch Menu.

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