This restaurant, already established in the United States and Canada, is going to land in Nancy.

Are you a vegetarian or even vegan and for you, eating out with family or friends is often complicated? It’s good timing because, once again, Lorraine Actu has decided to come to your rescue and reveal the opening of a 100% vegetarian and vegan restaurant in Nancy (Meurthe-et-Moselle)!

In 2020, the Canadian Copper Branch franchise is expected to be established at 1 bis Notre Dame Street, where La Croissanterie used to be located.The restaurant, which is promoting its “100% herbal and superfood menu”, will offer dishes to be enjoyed at breakfast as well as at mealtimes.

From the energy bowl to the burgers…

Let’s move on to what interests you most: the map! At Copper Branch you can enjoy energy bowls.To do so, all you have to do is choose a base: organic brown rice, organic quinoa, konjac noodles or mixed lettuce, and then opt for proteins: organic tempeh, organic smoked tofu cubes, textured soy protein, carrot keftedes or organic scrambled tofu.Once you’ve made your decision, all you have to do is choose your content from six recipes and enjoy.


And if these dishes don’t appeal to you, don’t panic, the restaurant’s menu also includes burgers and sandwiches.But maybe you’ll succumb to organic quinoa chili or poutine with its cremini mushroom sauce, who knows?

On the dessert side, you’ll find vegan chocolate cake on her cookie bed, raspberry chia pudding, but also vegan ice cream and many other sweets.Enough to delight, no doubt, the most greedy among you!

Going through breakfast

Finally, as you have often been told: breakfast is the most important meal of the day.And, if you don’t have time to pick it up one morning, keep the Copper Branch address in mind.The restaurant will offer blueberry and chia seed waffles, avocado toast and organic granola bites.All in all, little pleasures that will energize you and give you the strength to face your day!

And there’s no need to feel guilty if you succumb to one of these delicacies.Not only are most of the plants and vegetables used are organic, but they also come from local producers.The opportunity to consume better.