Plant-based meat company V2Food has teamed up with renowned chef and restaurateur Neil Perry to help create a sustainable menu for the chef’s latest restaurant, Margaret in Double Bay.
The new restaurant will showcase V2Food’s faux meat offerings like plant-based sausages, mince, and burgers that, according to the company, “look, taste, and cook like real meat”.
“Neil and his amazing team can show the world how good plant-based can be served alongside the world’s best sustainable Australian meat and fish,” said Nick Hazell, founder and CEO at V2Food.
Perry said he embraces suppliers with the most sustainable practices across all partners at Margaret, and V2Food was selected for its commitment to its customers and the environment.
“For many years, I’ve strived to source the finest produce for my restaurants, and the addition of V2 to our menu is a new way of doing this among our existing partners,” he added.
V2burgers are available at all major Australian supermarkets and served at fast-food outlets including Hungry Jack’s and Soul Burger.