Beloved Cambridge Stem & Glory vegan restaurant with outdoor terrace opens near station

A beloved Cambridge vegan restaurant has opened a new location in the city complete with an outdoor dining area.

Based at King Street since 2016, Stem & Glory has earned a special place in Cambridge foodies’ hearts, well-known for its delicious and 100 per cent vegan fare.

The restaurant has now moved to the ground floor of one of the city’s largest office buildings at 50/60 Station Road, just metres away from Cambridge railway station.

The plant-based restaurant brand will cook up vegan pizzas and other dishes, as part of an “ambitious menu” for both diners at the venue and customers buying off-site.

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Stem & Glory’s new larger CB1 site is the next stage in its development as a staple in the city’s gastronomic scene.

The restaurant has been designed by renowned designer, Afroditi Krassa.



The Stem & Glory team
The Stem & Glory team

With lights grown from mycelium, table-tops made from repurposed yoghurt pots, and micro herbs grown hydroponically on site, attention to sustainability is a key focus of the new site.

The new restaurant was supported by a generous landlord package, a capital grant from Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Combined Authority and recent crowdfunding success.

Stem & Glory founder, Louise Palmer-Masterton, said: “We opened our doors last week with a soft launch event with our investors and since then we’ve been bowled over by the amazing support and the volume of diners booking with us in the past few days.

“Cambridge is our hometown and where Stem & Glory started life and it’s been great to see all our old customers again alongside a new generation of plant-based diners.”

She added the new venture came with big environmental goals, as well as a wide-ranging offer of dishes.

She said: “We’ve upped our game at the new site with a more ambitious menu alongside a very well stocked vegan bar, including draft craft beer from our friends at Norfolk brewery Duration.

“At the new site we are working with the best of the best in the sustainable plant-based space and have an ambitious Carbon negative target.”



Outside the new Stem & Glory
Outside the new Stem & Glory

Stem & Glory has also partnered with The Akshaya Patra Foundation via a ‘meal for a meal’ programme – for every meal sold at Stem & Glory, a meal will be donated to someone in need in India or the UK.

As well as the new Cambridge restaurant, Stem & Glory has a restaurant in London.

The “100% vegan business” also delivers meals to homes all over the UK, according to its website.

The firm started in Cambridge after crowdfunding start-up money in 2016.

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Source:www.cambridge-news.co.uk

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