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Vegan pop up is a healthy alternative

From its origins in a living room, The Food Haven has grown into an established pop up restaurant.

Guests are given a five course menu they find out on the night. Picture courtesy of RealFrankFood

Guests are given a five course menu they find out on the night. Picture courtesy of RealFrankFood

Unlike most pop ups, The Food Haven serves entirely vegetarian and vegan food free from gluten and refined sugar, putting the emphasis on healthy food.

Anyone who books a place at the pop up restaurant receives a five course freshly made meal, locally sourced and organic wherever possible. 

Romy Franke, who runs the pop up, says, “My ambition is to show people how to eat food that promotes health and is super delicious, breaking through the glass ceiling of healthy food being boring and lacking flavour.”

Romy began serving from her living room, but The Food Haven has grown. Picture courtesy of RealFrankFood

Romy began serving from her living room, but The Food Haven has grown. Picture courtesy of RealFrankFood

The Food Haven next pops up at Waterloo Tea, Penarth on 23 November.

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