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Australia’s First Plant-Based Hotel Restaurant Launches New ‘Dirty Greens’ Bar Menu

Dirty Greens

Dirty Greens

Within the walls of Ovolo Woolloomooloo‘s Finger Wharf, Alibi, Sydney’s staple plant-based bar and kitchen, is rolling out an all-new plant-based (vegan) bar menu by the name of “Dirty Greens.”

The new menu comes as a dark side addition to the “clean” Alibi Kitchen offering, which showcases a 100% plant-based dining menu spearheaded by head chef, Jordan Brogan, and Ovolo’s Creative Culinary Partner, US plant-based chef, restaurateur and global plant-based dining pioneer, Matthew Kenney. Inspired by the greasy, finger-licking-good favorites we all crave sometimes, the new, all-vegan “Dirty Greens” bar menu features a selection of dirty-but-clean snacks and meals, including: Mac ‘n’ Cheese Balls (with a mix of house-made vegan cheeses and creams); Tacos and Bao Buns (made with pulled jackfruit in place of pork); Peking D**k Pancakes (with jackfruit instead of duck); and the Alibi Dog and The Beyond Burger, which use a combination of plant and pea protein.

Alibi boasts an extensive and sustainably focused wine list, as well as a menu of theatrical cocktails at the bar. A selection of fruits, vegetables and botanicals are mixed, shaken and stirred with molecular techniques and spectacular presentation to sip alongside the menu’s dirty eats.

Alibi Bar’s “Dirty Greens” menu will be available from 11am until late, so diners are covered for that dirty-but-clean food fix fit for late-night bites.

For more information about Alibi Bar at Ovolo Woolloomooloo, visit: www.alibibar.com.au