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The Tipsy Vegan restaurant has opened on Quayside in Cambridge, opposite the punt station.

Michelle McCabe at her new restaurant Tipsy Vegan on Quayside Cambridge with chef Fatih Guven. Picture: Keith Heppell
Michelle McCabe at her new restaurant Tipsy Vegan on Quayside Cambridge with chef Fatih Guven. Picture: Keith Heppell

Offering tapas-style vegan small plates, as well as larger meals and a range of cocktails, the restaurant hopes to follow in the successful footsteps of the original in Norwich.

Michelle McCabe, the owner, said: “My vision in starting The Tipsy Vegan group was to create a replicable format restaurant which puts customer experience at the core, in a totally vegan setting.”

Heading the Cambridge kitchen and working with Cheryl to create an exciting menu mixing classic dishes with fresh ideas is the newly-appointed head chef, Fatih Guven, who was formerly development chef at London vegan institution Farmacy.

Inside the new restaurant Tipsy Vegan on Quayside Cambridge. Picture: Keith Heppell
Inside the new restaurant Tipsy Vegan on Quayside Cambridge. Picture: Keith Heppell

He said: “I’m passionate about creating plant-based dishes that surprise and delight, so I’m particularly excited to be working with Cheryl on expanding The Tipsy Vegan menus over the coming weeks and months.”

The restaurant opened on Wednesday, October 13.

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