Eat! Bruno Loubet’s gourmet vegetarian feast

When Bruno Loubet told fellow chefs about his plans for a new restaurant four years ago, they thought he was mad. There was the location, on a building site amid the run-down goods sheds of King’s Cross in London. Then there was the concept, with a menu that, if not entirely vegetarian, would relegate meat to a bit player on the plate. If there was one certainty, it was that upmarket vegetarian restaurants didn’t make money. Continue reading “Eat! Bruno Loubet’s gourmet vegetarian feast”