The newest vegan restaurant in the city, Veganity, claims to be the biggest in the world serving more than 200 plant-based dishes.
Veganity gained a name for itself in Dubai in 2017. That’s when its founder, chef Sky Sommers, began catering to the growing demand for vegan food in the Middle East with the launch of a meal delivery service.
The company says it plans to maintain the meal service, and the restaurant will expand on its offerings.
If you wish to have dinner at the “world’s biggest” vegan restaurant, then you’re going to need to lead to the city that loves to set big records: Dubai.
The biggest city in the UAE, already home to the world’s tallest building (the 2,717-foot-tall Burj Khalifa) and the world’s biggest shopping mall (The Dubai Mall, by total area), welcomed the new record-setting vegan restaurant called Veganity, on August 16th this year.
The restaurant boasts more than 200 international dishes. The menu includes gnocchi, vegan meatballs and pasta, vegan fried chicken, and a number of vegan desserts.
Taking it a step further, owner and head chef Sky Sommers wanted to create something that’s never been done before by opening the Veganity restaurant in the heart of Dubai on the main street of City Walk, creating a haven for vegans and non vegans to be able to enjoy healthy yet soulful gourmet food that’s just as enjoyable.
According to the company, Veganity is expected to expand to Abu Dhabi next, with other cities to follow.