Brooklyn Chop House offers more than 15 vegan options on its extensive menu.
Long gone are the days when going to a steakhouse as a vegan means sitting in a dark corner nibbling on crackers and bread. As the vegan movement continues to grow, more and more meat-forward restaurants are adding vegan options to their menus to appeal to all types of diners. Brooklyn Chop House in New York City has ramped up its vegan offerings with over 15 options.
Vegan-Friendly Steakhouse in New York
Brooklyn Chop House is a well-known Asian and American steakhouse with two locations in New York City. Both the downtown and Times Square locations offer extensive vegan options. Each restaurant uses designated fryers, steamers, and utensils to ensure there is no cross-contamination between vegan and non-vegan items.
Located at 253 W 47th St, New York, NY 10036, the Brooklyn Chop House in Times Square is an excellent dining option for those attending a Broadway show at one of the neighboring theaters. This second location just opened in March of this year and has already received rave reviews. With a full bar, multiple dining levels, and a rooftop area to be finished soon, Brooklyn Chop House is the perfect spot for a date night.
Vegan Options at Brooklyn Chop House
Both Brooklyn Chop House locations offer more than 15 vegan options ranging from starters and sides to full entrees. The restaurant is known for its dumplings, and they have several vegan options, including plant-based ginger chicken, plant-based Thai peanut, and plant-based burger dumplings made from Impossible meat. If you can’t decide which you want, the restaurant also offers a vegan dumpling sampler. All vegan dumpling options are gluten-free and come in orders of five.
Other vegan highlights on the menu include Vegetable Spring Rolls and Crispy Sweet & Sour Eggplant. To browse the full menu or to make a reservation at your preferred location, visit BrooklynChopHouse.com.