Stem & Glory is re-opening on 30th July 2020 after being closed for a few months due to Covid-19 - meaning date nights and pre-wedding get-togethers are back!
The restaurant (which will fully open in the Autumn after a premises move in Cambridge), is now ready to re-open with a new menu offering for delivery services and click-and-collect. The new Cambridge site will be built Covid safe, and with ample space to service the burgeoning delivery, take away and ready meal side of the business; while the new menu has been designed to be delivery friendly, and customisable to give both eat in and take away customers a personalised experience - expect classic Stem & Glory favourites alongside new dishes and desserts.
Stem & Glory's menu is contemporary, and accessible, appealing to those who are seeking simple and delicious vegan food, alongside those wanting a more gastronomic vegan dining experience.
Louise Palmer-Masterton, Founder of Stem & Glory said: "The whole team is keen to get the restaurants open and welcome our customers – whether for dining, take away or delivery. Although the pandemic has been a difficult time for everyone, it has given us time to re-think our model and offering, and ensure we're really delivering what our customers want. We've developed new projects and new products and we're reopening stronger than ever with a really exciting menu of delicious contemporary plant-based dishes.
"Anecdotal evidence suggests many people took the lockdown period as an opportunity to re-think their lifestyle and try new, healthier dishes and ways of eating. Plant-based eating has been on the rise for the last few years, and I don't see any sign of that slowing down. With such great food now available, and more and more vegan restaurants, I see vegan eating being more popular than ever in the post Covid era."
Stem & Glory was born of a passion for plant-based food and a desire to make vegan food not only available but delicious. For more information see: www.stemandglory.uk