Bangkok’s First Plant-Based Dining Hall To Launch Next Week

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Broccoli Revolution, Hebe, Kad Kokoa and Naturalista have partnered up to bring us Bangkok’s first plant-based dining hall. Under the roof of Broccoli revolutions Sukhumvit 49 branch Broc & Co is born! 

Broccoli Revolution has decided to turn this uncertain time into an opportunity to open it’s doors and partner with like-minded, plant-based businesses; turning ‘eco-friendships’ into a plant-based collective.

If you’ve been to Broccoli revolution Sukhumvit 49 location, I’m sure you remember the huge light filled space surrounded by beautiful decor, greenery and high ceilings. This big, beautiful space will now also be home to Hebe vegan ice cream, Kad Kokoa Thai craft chocolate and Naturalista natural wines!

Kad Kokoa will be launching their new plant-based concept at Broc & Co, Naturalista will be launching their vegan only wine selection, and Hebe will be opening a vegan ice cream bar featuring their always-delicious and healthy vegan ice cream!

On September 19th Broc & Co will launch their new dining hall concept from 3pm onwards. At the launch you can expect vegan wine tasting, rooftop charity sunset yoga and a charity photo exhibition!

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