Dockside dishes to
celebrate Veganuary

Whether you’re participating in Veganuary or simply cutting back on meat and dairy, join us dockside and feast to your heart’s content  with these mouthwatering meals.



Known for a menu centred around gorgeous greens, a trip to Maray is a must if you’re taking part in Veganuary. From its famous technicolour Disco Cauliflower to a falafel sharing feast with tabbouleh and tahini, there’s plenty of delicious dishes to sink your teeth into.

This month, Maray are also offering 50% off  vegan dishes Monday-Thursday.



Tuck into an Italian banquet at Gusto with a selection of delectable dishes for those opting to go meat and diary free. To start, enjoy a serving of warming rosemary focaccia bread with an olive oil dip before tucking into Rigatoni Arrabbiata, made with tomato, chilli and fresh basil. End your visit with a light and creamy Biscoff cheesecake to savour the experience.


For a taste of the Americas, with a mixture of both traditional and contemporary fare, head to PANAM and feat your eyes on their vegan offerings, including wild mushroom and pea risotto, Caribbean curry with curried coconut and sweet potato, and a mouth-watering vegan burger made with a spicy bean patty.


The Smugglers Cove

With a large selection of vegan dishes to choose from, get cosy at the cove this winter. Whether you’re after some nibbles to accompany catch-up drinks, or a three-course menu for date night, choose from cauliflower wings dipped in hot sauce, a vegan sharing board with crispy porcini gnocchi and truffe mustard mayo, or Caribbean curry served with rice and peas.


Rudy’s Pizza

Indulge in a slice of heaven at the dock’s newest venue, Rudy’s Pizza. The traditional pizzeria serves up the Marinara, made with delicious San Marzano tomatoes, garlic, oregano and basil. For an alternative, keep your eye on their specials board, which always has a rotating vegan pizza offering.


Fab4 Café

After brushing up on your Fab Four knowledge at The Beatles Story, head to their onsite Fab4 Cafe for a range of delectable vegan treats, including hot drinks with dairy alternatives and a flurry jacket potato with baked beans or humous.


Rosa's Thai

With a bountiful menu offering vegan alternatives to classic Thai staples, Rosa’s Thai is a must for anyone wanting to tuck into some gorgeous greens. To start, feast on sharing platter filled with favourites before enjoying a hearty helping of veg and tofu stir fried  at noodles. Why not finish with a sweet treat in the form of their new mini mango rice, made with coconut dressing.



Whether you’re visiting from breakfast, brunch or lunch, Peaberry’s colourful menu is guaranteed to offer your new favourite meal. Choose from Akuri with scrambles tofu and diced red onions, a hearty vegan breakfast featuring roast portobello mushrooms and sliced avocado, or for something a little lighter, enjoy a smoothie bowl with fresh fruit or a crunchy granola bowl.



Serving up a wide selection of vegan dishes for every craving and appetite, a trip to Revolution can be met with plant-based crispy fried chicken with a zingy sriracha mayo, loaded nachos with vegan cheese, chilli vodka salsa, smashed avocado and jalapeños and a clementine chocolate tart drizzled with hot sauce, just to name a few.



A firm favourite on the dock thanks to its mouth-watering Spanish cuisine, Lunyalita has a dedicated vegan menu complete with a variety of snacks, breads and olives, a traditional vegetable paella or tapas options, perfect for those wanting to try a bit of everything, such as pan fried tender stem broccoli, padron peppers, patatas bravas and cauli ‘wings’ with hot bu alo sauce.


What's Cooking

Serving dishes made from the  finest ingredients, enjoy a bountiful range of vegan alternatives of much-loved dishes. Take your pick from chilli tostados, house nachos, The Vegan One burger, BBQ jackfruit burrito and much more.



For a taste of Mexico, head to Madre and indulge in their cabbage and pepper toreados, made with pan roasted cabbage, grilled peppers, peanut butter, miso and salsa macha. While you’re waiting, opt for a few nibbles including kikones alongside guac and chips smashed with lime juice.


So Greek Full

If you’re after something you can eat on the go while exploring our historic grounds, head to street food truck, So Greek Full for food inspired by Athens. Enjoy a vegan Souvlaki with grilled marinated plant-based chicken or steak served in an authentic warm pitta two special sauces, salad, and fries.


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