Susan Feniger’s Street gets vegan-friendly

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Susan Feniger’s Street launched a new menu today, with vegan and vegetarian dishes added to its globally inspired street food. More than 20 dishes on the new menu, executed by chef and co-owner Kajsa Alger, can be prepared sans meat.

The dinner menu is divided into seven categories, including Asian pub food, pizza, meatballs and fritters, veggie sides, Korean barbecue, salads and ‘classic street.’ Vegan-friendly dishes on the Asian pub menu include the mung bean pancake with scallion, kimchi and shiitake and the brown rice sushi roll made with umeboshi, apple and burdock.

A spicy black bean veggie burger (pictured above) with pea shoots, smashed avocado and tomato on toasted sourdough was added to the ‘classic street’ portion of the menu. New veggie sides include the Roman broccoli and white beans with garlic, chile, olive oil and Pecorino and the coal-roasted Greekartichoke with wild oregano sauce.



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Photos, from top: Brown rice sushi, spicy black bean burger. Credit: Street