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Poolside Vegan Eats at Four Seasons Beverly Hills

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Swimming certainly works up an appetite for most people. If you’re hanging out poolside at the Four Seasons Los Angeles in Beverly Hills, you can chow down on some fabulous new vegan eats. The hotel has teamed up with SporkFoods to offer delicious vegan (and gluten-free!) eats at their poolside Cabana Restaurant.

Their vegan menu features:

red bean veggie burger sliders with a house made beet ketchup

tomato and herb tart with an almond ricotta filling

battered avocado tacos with house-pickled purple onions and lime crema

smoked mushroom skewers with a sun-dried tomato cashew cheese

maple mustard and ginger glazed tempeh skewers over brown rice couscous.

“We are so excited to partner with Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills on launching new healthy menu items to kick-off the summer,” say Heather and Jenny from Spork Foods.

Blogger Eco-Vegan Gal tried out the new menu recently and shared her review (with bonus video and recipes!) on her blog. “Let me tell you,” Eco-Vegan Gal, Whitney says. “It is some of the best vegan food I’ve ever had, let alone gluten-free.”

This new menu is already making a splash! The Cabana Restaurant is open to hotel guests as well as the public.

Photo credit: Eco-Vegan Gal

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