Yes Vegan makes merit for grand opening

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Owner Phisut Saekhu, family members and friends take part in a merit-making ceremony to get Yes Vegan off to a fortuitous start.
Owner Phisut Saekhu, family members and friends take part in a merit-making ceremony to get Yes Vegan off to a fortuitous start.

The newly opened Yes Vegan staged a merit-making ceremony to get off to a fortuitous start.

Owner Phisut Saekhu, family members and friends took part in the April 12 ceremony at the Thappraya Soi 12 eatery. Five monks from Nongyai Temple were brought in to perform the blessings.

Phisut said that the restaurant has been operating for about 3 months as a test basis, mainly to get things going in terms of service and new culinary experiences to offer customers. Today was deemed an auspicious day for the grand opening.

April 12 marks the beginning of Thai New Year or Songkran, which is why it was chosen. Many people showed up and helped them celebrate while enjoying vegetarian dishes.

Yes Vegan offers European vegetarian dishes for those who love to eat healthy. The numbers of non-meat eaters are growing and appeals to those looking for healthy alternatives.

The restaurant features have a variety of specials that imitate common dishes but don’t use meat. Cakes and desserts are strictly based on fruit toppings.

For more information or reservations, call 092-389-9779.