Planta, the long-awaited plant-based eatery with roots in Miami and Canada, finally debuted in West Palm Beach April 8. Offering locally sourced fare, Planta is the only 100-percent vegan restaurant in Rosemary Square—but its “non-vegan” approach to organic, plant-based eating appeals to even the hungriest of carnivores.
Planta “celebrates the dynamic vibrancy of vegetables” and is committed to environmental sustainability and ethical producers. Highlights from the menu include coconut ceviche, kelp caesar, steamed dumplings, bang bang broccoli, udon noodles, eggplant lasagna, a signature burger, and a selection of pizzas, including the famous Shroomami and Bianca.
Another highlight is the sushi bar experience: Customers can order a variety of sushi and nigiri made of plant-based ingredients, such as dehydrated watermelon that acts as fatty tuna.
“We’re so excited to bring Planta to West Palm Beach and continue breaking the mold of the upscale restaurant experience with an entirely plant-based menu,” Steven Salm, founder and CEO, said in a release. “Plant-based dining is the future, and Planta is leading the charge with our inventive takes on every type of dish you can imagine.”
Since 2016, Planta locations have garnered a loyal following, with six restaurants in Toronto and Miami. Locations will also open soon in Bethesda, Maryland, and New York City following Planta’s 200-seat West Palm Beach debut.
The restaurant is open daily for lunch and dinner from 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. Brunch will be available every Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.