The name Golden Temple gives it away. The restaurant is named after the eponymous temple in Amritsar in North India, symbolising openness and honest cuisine. Since its launch 30 years ago, the restaurant has emphasised natural vegetarian food, encouraging unity of body and mind. The menu boasts world cuisine dishes: pizza with roasted pumpkin, cauliflower soup, or spelt risotto. All dishes are prepared only with fruit, vegetables, grains and beans, and sometimes dairy products. “We never use meat, fish, or eggs, and about 60 per cent of our dishes are vegan too,” reveal owners Bilal and Ezra.