Because the service is so fabulous at Jaya House River Park and because they are committed to sustainability at every level, being a vegan at this hotel is a breeze. There are already well thought out and clearly labelled vegan options on the breakfast menu and the waiting staff really paid attention to small details like not automatically bringing dairy milk to the table or giving us butter, these things are actually very reassuring to vegan guests.
Lavish vegan breakfasts to start the day…
We were seriously impressed with the number of vegan options as well the quality of the dishes on the menu at breakfast time. We started with either a fresh seasonal fruit bowl or one of the two smoothie bowls on the menu, accompanied by fresh juice, a basket of just out of the oven vegan bread and homemade jam. Freshly made coffee with almond milk or vegan soya milk, or a choice of tea, flows before the a la carte dishes arrived. Traditional options such as fried noodles with vegetables and tofu or noodle soup, have been veganised in a thoughtful way to retain the traditional features of the dishes whilst ensuring the flavours and nutritional balance isn’t lost. Non-Khmer cuisine options include an outstanding tofu scramble, served with grilled tomatoes, sautéed mushrooms, wilted spinach and crispy hash browns as well as an avocado toast with steamed soft tofu and fragrant dukkah sprinkled atop. Oh and there are vegan pancakes with caramelised bananas too.
We are proud to have worked with Jaya House River Park to help them create menus that offers all guests the chance to enjoy the benefits of a vegan diet through their delicious and well-crafted dishes. Currently, during the COVID recovery period, only breakfast is being served but watch this space for a vegan friendly dinner menu coming soon!