Well known healthy eatery The Garden in Hale village, Cheshire is set to open a pop-up counter in the food hall of Selfridges, Trafford this November.
Nestled in the leafy suburb of Hale village, The Garden serves locally sourced, organic, earth friendly food, raw desserts and cold pressed juices all made fresh in the kitchen each morning. Established by entrepreneurs and friends Kate Donovan and Amy Shepherdson almost two years ago, The Garden has not only proven popular with Cheshire dwellers, but attracts visitors from across the country to taste the café’s healthy, nutritional menu, plentiful in vegetarian and vegan choices.
On the 1st of November, The Garden will be opening a pop-up take-away service in the food hall at Selfridges to satisfy hungry shoppers on the go. The menu boasts a generous selection of healthy dishes with a selection options for individuals on a vegan or gluten free diet such as the ‘Raw Rainbow’ salad bowl and The Garden’s version of the traditional BLT; the ‘TLT’ replacing the bacon with tempeh, a fermented soy based ingredient similar to tofu.
In addition, weary shoppers can re-vitalise with a delicious fruit smoothie, cold pressed juice or a shot of ginger, wheatgrass or garlic, and get their natural caffeine fix with a cold matcha mylk.
Kate Donovan, owner of The Garden said: “We are really excited about this new project, introducing the new on-the-go concept to the brand and expanding our offering to a wider market. After seeing our passion for nutritious food and wellbeing come to life through The Garden over the last 2 years, it’s wonderful to see the business grow”.
The Garden will officially launch in Selfridges, The Trafford Centre on November 1st 2016 serving a full menu from 10am-10pm Monday-Friday, 10am-9pm Saturday and 12-6pm on Sundays.
"After seeing our passion for nutritious food and wellbeing come to life through The Garden over the last 2 years, its wonderful to see the business grow"
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