Veggie Perrin’s takes a moral stand against violence to animals; hence none of our cuisine contains ingredients derived from cruelty to animals. No meat, fish or even eggs are used.
The Veggie Perrin’s organisation is inspired by the Hindu principle of Ahimsa (non-violence to all creatures) which was advocated by Gandhi and is a fundamental belief of the founder of Veggie Perrin’s, Bill Meswania.
This is a family-run restaurant specialising in Gujarati cuisine, made in exactly the same way as we do at home – something that devotees of genuine Indian food appreciate.
Gujarat is a state in the West of India, famous for its imaginative and subtly-spiced cuisine. It is also the birthplace of the Meswania family and Mahatma Gandhi (though not necessarily in that order).
Mahatma Gandhi, when asked what he thought about the English civilisation, famously replied: “it would be a very good idea . . .”