News & FeaturesTuesday 20th June 2017
A big success.
A new pop up vegan restaurant that opened its doors in Ashburton, Devon this February, is proving a great success. It offers delicious macrobiotic gourmet meals that are both seasonal and locally sourced.
Leading macrobiotic chef Bini Sharman is hosting the monthly evenings at Station Yard Studios, offering an introductory four course set menu for just £18.50. Thereafter the cost will be £24.
Seasonal eating is a cornerstone of macrobiotics, and is not only better for the environment, but is also better for health.
Bini, who is running the restaurant in conjunction with the International Macrobiotic School where she teaches, explained: “ In the winter time we need to preserve energy. February is the last stretch of winter, and food can help us to get through it and stay healthy.”
Local foods are ideally suited to their climate and the season they grow in, thus helping us to adapt to that environment and sustain good health.
Bini is a vegan herself and has previously run a successful pop up restaurant in Rotterdam, as well as developing her own product line of Bini’s Balls, bite-sized healthy snacks, which sell in local health food shops in the Netherlands.
The restaurant opened on February 3, and will run monthly.
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