THE IMPOSSIBLE BURGER NYC | BAILEY RESTAURANT

THE IMPOSSIBLE BURGER NYC | BAILEY RESTAURANT

THE IMPOSSIBLE BURGER NYC | BAILEY RESTAURANT

THE BAILEY PUB & BRASSERIE NOW SERVES THE “IMPOSSIBLE BURGER”!

(MADE FROM PLANTS – THE ULTIMATE VEGAN ALTERNATIVE)

Love the taste of meat but are vegan? Impossible™ delivers all the flavor, aroma and beefiness of meat from cows. But here’s the kicker: It’s just plants doing the Impossible.

The Impossible Burger: A Vegetarian Breakthrough Brought to You by Science. The Impossible Burger is a plant-based burger designed to fry, bleed, taste, and smell just like beef!

Creating The Perfect Meatless Burger

Impossible Foods’ scientists discovered that a molecule called heme is a key factor in how meat behaves. Heme is the molecule that gives blood its red color and helps carry oxygen in living organisms. Plants, particularly nitrogen-fixing plants and legumes, also contain heme. The plant-based heme molecule is identical to the heme molecule found in meat.

To produce heme protein from non-animal sources, Impossible Foods selected the leghemoglobin molecule found naturally in the roots of soy plants.

Scientists created a chemical library of proteins and fats derived from plants, and experimented with them as additional ingredients to mimic the texture of meat. To replicate the fat in hamburgers made from cows, coconut oil was used, which is then mixed with ground textured wheat and potato protein. The potato protein provides a firm exterior when the “meat” is seared and the coconut oil stays solid until heated, in a similar manner to beef fat.

Thus creating the Impossible Burger – The worlds first vegan burger that cooks and tastes like real meat! 

 

Creating The Perfect Meatless Burger

Impossible Foods’ scientists discovered that a molecule called heme is a key factor in how meat behaves. Heme is the molecule that gives blood its red color and helps carry oxygen in living organisms. Plants, particularly nitrogen-fixing plants and legumes, also contain heme. The plant-based heme molecule is identical to the heme molecule found in meat.

To produce heme protein from non-animal sources, Impossible Foods selected the leghemoglobin molecule found naturally in the roots of soy plants.

Scientists created a chemical library of proteins and fats derived from plants, and experimented with them as additional ingredients to mimic the texture of meat. To replicate the fat in hamburgers made from cows, coconut oil was used, which is then mixed with ground textured wheat and potato protein. The potato protein provides a firm exterior when the “meat” is seared and the coconut oil stays solid until heated, in a similar manner to beef fat.

Thus creating the Impossible Burger – The worlds first vegan burger that cooks and tastes like real meat! 

 

Digital Trends – “Top Tech of CES 2019”
&
Engadget – “Most Unexpected Product”

“a triumph of food engineering.”

MAKE YOUR RESERVATION TO TRY AN IMPOSSIBLE BURGER TODAY!

*Availability subject to change without notice. Due to the high demand of the Impossible Burger call restaurant for details.

Reservations by phone (212) 859-2200.
For online reservations fill out our easy to use form below and secure your place at our table.

Breakfast: 7:00am – 10:30am (Mon-Fri) | Breakfast: 8:00am – 3:30pm (Sat-Sun)
Brunch: 11:30am – 4:00pm (Sat-Sun)
Lunch & Dinner: 11:30am – 11:00pm (Mon-Fri)
Dinner: 4:00pm – 11:00pm (Saturday) | Dinner: 4:00pm – 10:00pm (Sunday)
Bar Menu: 3:00pm (Mon-Fri), 4:00pm (Sat-Sun)

Please note: Any reservations with more than 6 individuals must be confirmed 24 hours before requested day/time by calling our scheduling department at 212-859-2200

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The Bailey Pub & Brasserie

52 William St

New York, NY 10005

Open Hours

Breakfast: 7:00am - 10:30am (Mon-Fri)

Breakfast: 8:00am - 3:30pm (Sat-Sun)

Brunch: 11:30am - 4:00pm (Sat-Sun)

Lunch & Dinner: 11:30am - 11:00pm (Mon-Fri)

Dinner: 4:00pm - 11:00pm (Saturday)

Dinner: 4:00pm - 10:00pm (Sunday)

Bar Menu: 12:00pm - 10:00pm (Mon-Sun)

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