Café Hub, set in the five star Royal Mile venue has launched its new menu for the 2019 season. With a more international flair and increased options for vegans and those with dietary requirements, the new food options join an already popular range of quality, high standard food.
New menu additions are the brainchild of head chef Denis Zominy who has used his international culinary skills to produce dishes which complement existing high quality favourites. The new options include: a Sticky Chilli and Rice Pork Belly with soy and honey glaze in khobez bread; a North African Chickpea Casserole which is both vegan and gluten free; and a Five Spice Chicken Ramen – bringing an appetizing combination of far east flavours.
Café manager Anna Kincaid said: “These new additions complement our existing menu wonderfully and serve to highlight our commitment to make every dining experience at The Café Hub as enjoyable and inclusive as possible. We pride ourselves on delivering a memorable culinary journey in the heart of Edinburgh that we hope will have visitors coming back for seconds, or even thirds.”
“Each of the new dishes has been thoughtfully created by the extremely talented Denis and we hope that the delicious combination of different flavours, textures and locally-sourced Scottish ingredients will appeal to visitors and locals alike”.
Other items on the Café Hub menu include a hearty breakfast selection, an elegant afternoon tea option and light lunches, all of which use local and seasonal produce, bringing the best of Scottish food to the Edinburgh’s most famous street. To ensure a truly hearty welcome for international visitors, the menu was recently translated into Mandarin as part of the Edinburgh China Ready programme.