Contemporary Turkish: Vegan Brunch Buffet

In-PersonPark La Brea, Los Angeles


This is an alcohol-free event
Small (4-10 Guests)
mediterranean, middle eastern, turkish
Gluten Free, Local, Vegan
The story of Chi continues with our 5 Course Vegan Brunch Buffet Edition. Interested in to learn more about our story and Chi? Just head back to our profile page to read the story behind it. The world of Turkish Cuisine is very rich in veggie creations. So we handpicked our favorites, created them all vegan, added modern fusion touch with humble taste notes from American, Mexican, Mediterranean and Middle Eastern. So here its our feast for vegans and meat lovers as well!

Menu detail

Turkish Tomato Pepper Dip - {Cemen}
It is a good way to start the day with çemen dip which is a classic Turkish condiment. Made with tomato paste, red hot pepper paste combined with garlic, rosemary, walnut and olive oil. Served with sweet wheat oat baguette.
Cheese Stuffed Pastry Rolls - {Sigara Boregi}
Small Plate
Originally called "sigara böregi", these rolls are a crispy mouth-watering meze! Made with homemade youfka dough and homemade vegan feta cheese. Lightly fried with sunflower oil. Served with homemade peach or strawberry preserve for dipping.
Turkish Zucchini Bites - {Mucver}
Small Plate
Absolute Turkish authentic meze full of veggies. The best friend of a plant hugger. Meat lovers are also welcome. Made with zucchini, carrot, scallions, parsley, dill. Lightly fried with sunflower oil. Served with homemade chunky vegan tzatziki sauce.
Tomato Walnut Salad with Pomegranate Dressing - {Gavurdagi Salatasi}
Small Plate
Named after the Gavur mountain, part of Tarsus mountains in Southeast part of Turkey, this delicious salad is from the Gaziantep region. This salad is the marriage of sweet and juicy tomatoes with the crunchy walnuts. Pomegranate molasses and sumac adds the bold final touch. Made with fresh tomatoes, white onion, bell pepper, Persian cucumber, walnut and parsley. Dressed with olive oil, pomegranate molasses and sumac.
Vegan Chi Nests - {Cig Kofte}
Small Plate
The most favorite dish at Turkish Cuisine in recent years, "Çig köfte" means raw meatball, is an ancient dish which dates back the time of prophet Abraham (BCE 1800s). Made with bulghur wheat, onion, tomato, olive oil and our all natural secret spice combination, our "Chi" recipe is the good way to balance a healthy diet and lifestyle. Served on shredded lettuce, topped with sesame, sundried tomatoes and homemade pomegranate lemon sauce.


Rose Mint Lemonade
Mastic Gum Infused Turkish Coffee
Ottoman Sangria (2 servings per guest)

Contemporary Turkish: Vegan Brunch Buffet

In-PersonPark La Brea, Los Angeles
(Exact Address will be shared upon purchase.)