For the third year in a row, Hard Rock is launching new offerings from its limited-time vegetarian menu, just in time for Vegetarian Awareness Month. From 2 to 31 October, Hard Rock Cafe Jakarta will expand its legendary menu to serve up fresh and new vegetarian-friendly dishes.
new items on the menu include tangy Sweet Potato and Black Bean Tacos featuring spicy black beans and guacamole, a Southwest Rice Bowl filled with brown rice, quinoa and chipotle lime tofu, a refreshing Quinoa and Brussel Sprout Salad and a spicy Grilled Hummus Quesadilla.
“We are passionate about providing our guests with delicious food, and with the success of last year’s vegetarian options, we have decided to expand the signature menu to include new culinary offerings sure to please a wide array of palates,” said Anibal Fernandez, Vice President of Franchise Operations for Hard Rock International. “This year, a few fan-favourite dishes have returned to the menu, in addition to new items that feature unique flavour combinations and fresh ingredients.”
Hard Rock Cafe Jakarta has added new meatless menu items that encompass the flavours of classic, all-American cuisine. Additionally, many of the offerings featured on Hard Rock Cafe Jakarta’s meatless menu can be prepared to accommodate vegan dietary requirements.
A full list of the vegetarian menu includes Quinoa and Brussel Sprout Salad, a mix of fresh arugula, Pico de Quinoa and sautéed, shredded brussels sprouts served with feta cheese, craisins and spicy pecans drizzled with garlic lime vinaigrette, as well as Grilled Hummus Quesadilla, a grilled, folded tortilla stuffed with Sriracha mayo, green hummus, sautéed spinach, sun dried tomatoes, Kalamata olives and Sriracha chili sauce.
The Grilled Ratatouille Wrap consists of grilled ratatouille vegetables topped with Sriracha mayonnaise, olive oil and baby arugula, served in a seasoned grilled flour tortilla with a side salad, while the tasty Spinach, Potato & Chickpea Burger is a house-made patty of red skin potatoes, spinach, chili peppers, cilantro, chickpeas and spices, topped with arugula, tomato, cucumber and a spiced yogurt sauce.
The new menu items celebrate Vegetarian Awareness Month, which was designed to spread awareness of vegetarianism and the benefits of a meat-free diet. The International Vegetarian Union encourages individuals worldwide to spread the word and experience the vegetarian lifestyle. What began as World Vegetarian Day has blossomed into a month-long celebration that involves educational events and festivities.
Guests can stop by Hard Rock Cafe Jakarta to try out the latest items or visit www.hardrock.com/jakarta for more information.