Twelvemonth is a 15,000-square-foot vegan restaurant in Burlingame, California. Owner Bob Trahan carries the restaurant’s sustainability from its vegan food to its LEEDS Platinum-certified building.
Twelvemonth received the Platinum LEED rating. They installed upgraded insulation, solar panels, and a rainwater catchment system and made construction choices that reduced the environmental impact.
Lumpia Shanghai are Filipino spring rolls made from impossible pork and vegetables with a fermented sweet chili dipping sauce.
The corn pasta featured cavatappi, corn, and a cheesy sauce topped with corn nut crumble.
We decided to split an entrée salad, so we chose the Autumn Chopped Salad. The salad starts with chopped Brussel sprouts, tossed with pomegranate seeds and cubed gala apples.
Twelvemonth Rolls, the house’s version of Parker Rolls with furikake butter and crunchy salt.
The crispy maitake mushrooms with hot nash seasoning, pickles, and whipped ranch also hit the spot at our table.