After UNESCO tag, Hyderabad bags another honour

Representation image: Doner Kebab Meatless Vegetarian Snacks

HYDERABAD: Hyderabad, the Biryani capital of India, is on a roll!

After being declared ‘creative’ “City of Gastronomy” category by UNESCO, the City of Nizams  bagged the title of the “Most Vegan-Friendly City” award for 2019 by the India chapter of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA).

The World Vegan Month (November) is underway and the announcement coincides with that.

Hyderabad took the title for its top-notch vegan restaurants, dessert offerings and vegan community.

A certificate and letter of congratulation have been delivered to Mayor Bonthu Rammohan for providing an environment in which vegan-friendly establishments can thrive, making the world a better place for humans, other animals, and the planet.

“The city’s top vegan eateries include The Terrassen Cafe — Poets and Oats, a 100 per cent vegan restaurant, cafe and bakery that dishes up everything from pizza and burgers to smoothies and sandwiches, and Smart Alec Alternative Deli, a vegan eatery that offers fresh fare and a play area for companion animals,” PETA India wrote in a blog post on Thursday.

Other restaurants include the Cookie Queen or The Lush Glaze, dairy-free ice cream delivery service Frozera, and Plantarium, the city’s first all-vegan store, which stocks an array of vegan treats, cosmetics and protein mixes.

This post was last modified on November 9, 2019 3:36 pm

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