The UK's largest vegan restaurant, Erpingham House in Norwich is to launch a Soho House-style members’ club on the venue's third floor this autumn.
Erpingham House currently offers a ground floor cafe, first floor restaurant and second floor bar, all set within a grade II-listed building in the heart of Norwich.
Founded by entrepreneur Loui Blake, and footballers Russell Martin and Declan Rudd, Erpingham House opened its door at the end of May, serving up a menu which is entirely free from animal products and mostly-gluten free.
The business is entirely free from single-use plastics, with all containers, cups, and cutlery being provided by plant based packaging brand, Vegware.
The cafe serves up breakfast, brunch and lunch dishes, such as Smashed Avocado on Sourdough, Matcha Bowl with banana, hemp & pumpkin seeds & organic granola, Acai Bowl served with blueberries, raspberries, chia seeds, agave & granola, and Raw Brownie and Protein Balls are among the snacks.
The restaurant delivers plates of Pad Thai, Avocado Pesto Linguine, Cashew Jackfruit Korma, Creamy Mac and Greens, and Risotto Cakes.
For beverages, there are a selection lattes include cannabis oil-infused, cacao, turmeric, matcha, mushrooms, plus a range of smoothies, teas and cocktails.