Spread the news

It’s pretty easy to find vegan or vegetarian meals in Jakarta nowadays, as more F&B establishments are offering plant-based options. Bearrito, one of South Jakarta’s most well-known tacos and Mexican food purveyors, has jumped on the trend as it is now offering a plant-based twist on quesadillas.

The Vegan Quesadillas is meat and dairy-free, using “beef” and cheddar “cheese” from Green Rebel Foods, a line of ready-to-cook plant-based meat substitutes from Burgreens, one of the pioneering and leading plant-based chains in Jakarta. Priced at IDR72,000 (US$5) per portion, the dish comes with a pico de gallo dip.

We ordered the Vegan Quesadillas just yesterday during its launching day. These weren’t our first Bearrito’s quesadillas, nor are we strangers to Green Rebel Foods and Burgreens, and the meal unsurprisingly met our high expectations.

The Vegan Quesadillas were “meaty” and “cheesy” enough to satiate even our deepest carnivorous desires. The fresh and tangy pico de gallo provided a nice balance to the quesadillas, which we found to be quite filling after just two slices. 

If you want to have a taste of the Vegan Quesadillas, you can order it in-store for dine-in or takeaway, through Bearrito’s official Tokopedia page, or through online food delivery services such as Gofood and Grab Food.

FIND IT:

Bearrito Taco & Mexican Street Food

There are two Bearrito outlets in South Jakarta: Barito, Kebayoran Baru and Bintaro

Opening hours: 11am-9pm, Tue-Sun

Available for dine-in and online delivery through Tokopedia for Barito and Bintaro stores, Gofood, and Grabfood

Instagram

Also Read:

Burgreens slices into vegan pizzeria scene with Max’s Pizza

Hej, IKEA Indonesia has a plant-based menu now

Mad Grass, Jakarta’s first plant-based cloud kitchen, is now open


Spread the news
Advertisement
Ancient Japanese Discovery Melts 54 LBS Of Fat.
The supplement uses a powerful Okinawa-inspired blend of antioxidants, digestive support ingredients, and metabolism boosters to help you lose weight. The formula is based on science from the Japanese island of Okinawa, which is famous for its low obesity – and high longevity.
Previous articleMalaysia’s new Covid-19 cases dip to 5,501
Next article‘Friends forever’: Pele remembers Maradona

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here