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photo credit: Marie-Anne Marten

photo credit: Marie-Anne Marten

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“Beetroot Sauvage does things with a twist […], with an upstairs studio space for yoga and other wellbeing classes so you can practice your downward dog before grabbing an oat milk latte. For less active types there’s still a full menu: all-day breakfasts, mains and desserts are all meat and dairy-free, and other dietary requirements are more than catered for. They make their own vegan cheeses, like mozzarella for toasted ciabatta sandwiches with pesto and tomatoes – it also features in a substantial mac and cheese.”

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The Scotsman Magazine - Gaby Soutar

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The Scotsman Food & Drink

“Whether you are a vegan or simply fancy a bit of a change, this place is friendly and welcoming and it produces proper vegan cooking, not fast food.”

photo credit: Robert Ormerod for the Guardian

photo credit: Robert Ormerod for the Guardian

The Guardian - Grace Dent

“Still, I can only admire chefs who go out of their way to experiment in cruelty-free dining. And in a landscape of cool wellness, Beetroot Sauvage is a breath of fresh air. It certainly does not represent the new, hard-bodied, pseudo-spiritual, Instagram-facing, three-hundred-quid, yoga-pant-clad type of veganism that one might see at By Chloe or Farm Girl, nor does it hide its rampant, chi kung-banging, hippy-dippy, we’re-on-a-holistic-adventure mantra under a bushel.”

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I-on Magazine - March 2019

Nicky Howden

“Step inside and you’ll find a cool, boho-style vegan cafe offering family dining, all day breakfasts, healthy smoothies, sandwiches, homemade soups and nutritious salad bowls.”

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photo credit: Jessica Malen

Jessica Malen Lifestyle Blog

“Having just moved to Edinburgh, I was looking for a hip vegan restaurant to quell my foodie soul.

And I found it at Beetroot Sauvage.

Having just opened its doors this past summer, this restaurant + yoga studio + events space is doing its best to nourish the community “from soil to soul.””

photo credit: Emma Bathgate

photo credit: Emma Bathgate

Vegan Edinburgh - Emma Bathgate

“I am absolutely delighted to report that the food at Beetroot Sauvage is every bit as good as I expected. The vegan “cheese” platter is exceptional – I haven’t had the real thing in a good few years now, but this stuff is even better than the dairy-based cheese I remember. It’s a tough call, but the cashew blue is probably my favourite. It’s absolutely delicious spread on sourdough toast.”

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photo credit: Moxie

Moxie Edinburgh

“There's nowhere else like it, we literally can't get enough!

Wonderful & Unique Events: keep an eye out on Instagram or their website for upcoming events. They have so many unique events to inspire and relax, with everything from woodwork sessions, to henna workshops, to raw & reggae supperclubs, to poetry evenings. 

Instagrammable - every part of Beetroot Sauvage is as beautiful as you see on Instagram!”

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photo credit: Beetroot Sauvage

Edinburgh Live: Five Great Places To Eat in Edinburgh if you have signed up to Veganuary

“[The] fully plant-based menu covers breakfast, lunch and dinner - with everything from granola bowls to sweet treats.

Their breakfast top picks include French toast with coconut bacon, while for lunch and dinner there is a sharing platter of vegan cheeses, a nourishing Buddha bowl and much more to choose from.”


Photo credit: Emma Bathgate

Photo credit: Emma Bathgate

Vegan Edinburgh - Edinburgh’s Vegan & Vegetarian Restaurants

“The café has a wide range of healthy food such as soups and buddha bowls, as well as treats such as macaroni cheese, cakes and even afternoon tea! If you try one thing at Beetroot Sauvage though, make sure you try the cheese platter. Marie-Anne is very talented at making at dairy free cheeses, so it’s worth a try if you’ve struggled to find a cheese you like. The macaroni cheese and full vegan breakfast are also both absolutely incredible.”

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photo credit: Cindy Lauderdale Moore

Cindy Goes Beyond

“ […]A Magnificent Afternoon Tea. What a special place, with a vegan cafe and a wellness centre. […] I highly recommend Beetroot Sauvage for the food and their dedication and commitment to feeding others in a way that nourishes the body and warms the heart while promoting healing for people and for the earth.”

photo credit: Marie-Anne Marten

photo credit: Marie-Anne Marten

Dickins - The Places for Vegetarian Food in Edinburgh

“Beetroot Sauvage is a plant-based café and all-around wellness centre based in the Southside of Edinburgh. This friendly welcoming place offers everything from vegan smoothies to yoga classes, and they even host cooking workshops and regular markets. It’s also dog-friendly and child-friendly, with a kids menu specially designed for the little ones. You can even hire their private space for your next special event!”

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Soul and Spirit Magazine - These 5 ‘wellness cafes’ will help you become more community conscious

“As well as serving-up wholesome vegan fayre, there’s a separate space for yoga and complimentary treatments. Owner Marie-Anen Marten explains, ‘The intention for our business is to be a holistic space for people to find what nourishes them, from soil to soul.’ Mindfulness and a meal! Where do we sign-up?”


Vegan Atlas - 5 MUST-VISIT VEGAN RESTAURANTS IN EDINBURGH, SCOTLAND

“Beetroot Sauvage is a community space and vegan café in the old Earthy building just off Ratcliffe Terrace in the south side of Edinburgh. Upstairs there is a studio which hosts weekly yoga classes, meditation sessions and other wellbeing events, while downstairs you’ll find Marie-Anne’s cosy vegan café.”

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