• In a city widely recognized for its concentration of high-caliber eateries and restaurants, Tokyo residents can now sample TiNDLE, the “ridiculously good” plant-based chicken, just like TiNDLE Karaage and TiNDLE Hamburg Steak at Schmatz – the famous modern German beer restaurant

  • Starting July 20, TiNDLE will be available at Schmatz Nakameguro and Yokohama CIAL ANNEX, followed by Ark Hills and Shimokitazawa locations at the end of the month, as a seasonal specialty and limited-time menu item.

  • In just one year, TiNDLE has become the culinary world’s favorite plant-based chicken, working closely with some of the best restaurants and chefs around the world. Asia, Europe, Middle East and United States

TOKYO, July 20, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — TINDLE is now offered as a special menu at Schmatzthe famous German group of beer restaurants at their Nakameguro and Yokohama stores, followed by Ark Hills and Shimokitazawa outlets at the end of the month. Schmatz is widely regarded as one of the from Japan the best casual dining destinations for high-quality cuisine and food innovation and starting today, the popular plant-based chicken is featured in a range of German and Japanese-inspired favorites for a lasting limited on their menu.

TiNDLE Karaage in Schmatz (Tokyo, Japan)

Since their debut as a single Tokyo food truck in 2013 to their current growth as a restaurant group and craft beer brand, Schmatz has always been known for its tasty and inventive approach to modern German cuisine and friendly service. Today, Schmatz has 40 locations nationwide serving not only their signature sausages, but also seasonal and locally influenced specialties.

The Schmatz sites in Nakameguro and Yokohama now offer TiNDLE in two dishes: the German dish TiNDLE Karaage which offers a twist on the classic, breaded with original Schmatz seasoning and fried until golden and crispy, and the TiNDLE Hamburger Steak, which offers a comforting version of chicken made with plants tossed with onions, a blend of herbs and spices, and baked with fresh potatoes and melted cheese. Stay tuned for further updates on when both dishes will be available at the Schmatz Ark Hills and Shimokitazawa locations.

Known as the epicenter of food quality and culinary creativity, Japan itself shelters more than 1.4 millionlion restaurants. Specifically, Tokyo is a popular destination given its high concentration of award-winning and sought-after eateries and eateries – offering everything from the best of Japanese cuisine and techniques to mastering cutting-edge, modern dishes. TiNDLE works well in a variety of cooking styles and applications, offering limitless possibilities.

“We look forward to bringing TiNDLE to Schmatz in Tokyo and introducing that same chicken experience that people know and love to Japanese diners,” says Alex Ward, COO of Next Gen Foods, the company behind TiNDLE. “We are grateful for the opportunity to partner with a well-known restaurant group like Schmatz – featuring TiNDLE as a special menu offering – as we work to bring TiNDLE to new parts of the world and gather deeper insights into this that consumers look for when choosing a plant-based meat over the traditional animal-based option.”

Marc LüttenCEO and co-founder of Schmatz, shares, “We are always trying to innovate and bring fun and original elements into the Schmatz dining experience. Our chefs are proud to have created not only delicious menu items using TiNDLE, but also ones that are sustainable and inspire new possibilities to create a better future for our planet.”

On July 22 and 23, TiNDLE and Schmatz are teaming up to offer free samples of their new TiNDLE signature dishes, including the TiNDLE Karaage, TiNDLE Hamburg Steak and a two-day-only special, the limited-time TiNDLE Wrap. with a grilled TiNDLE wrapped in a tortilla, stuffed with fresh vegetables, cheese and served with a sweet pepper mayonnaise. Tokyo diners can try free TiNDLE dishes (while supplies last) on July 22 and 23 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. to Schmatz Nakameguro exit.

Made with just nine ingredients, TiNDLE is the first product from Next Gen Foods, a food tech startup that helps make the global food system sustainable by creating delicious meals. Without compromising on taste, texture or versatility, TiNDLE also contains no antibiotics, animal hormones, cholesterol or genetically modified ingredients.

TiNDLE is the first plant-based chicken that was created with chefs and for chefs – a versatile, easy-to-work product that has captured the attention of culinary professionals internationally. This is a versatile, easy to work with, plant-based chicken that can take center stage in any dish, favorites like satay and schnitzel, as well as Döner skewers or ramen .

In just over a year since its launch, TiNDLE has gone from being served in a handful of Singapore-located to be offered in more than 500 restaurants across United States, Asia, Middle East and Europe – including recent launches in the UK and Germany. The company plans to expand into additional sales channels and markets over the next year, which includes further study and exploration of the appetite for TiNDLE in Japan.

Next Gen Foods was founded in 2020 by a Brazilian-born poultry exporter and food industry veteran Andre Menezesand native German Timo Recker, whose family business had been making cutlets and other meat products for three generations. After a meeting through an introduction by Rohit Bhattacharyawho is now CFO of the start-up, they decided to work on products that reduce humanity’s dependence on animal agriculture.

The first management team – including the chief operating officer Alex Ward and head of marketing John Madden – worked closely with the CTO and the brainchild behind TiNDLE, John Seeger, to develop a flagship product through extensive research into what makes chicken taste and perform like chicken. They named their first product TiNDLE in modern reference to the 19th century Irish physicist John Tyndallwhich proved the link between atmospheric CO2 and the greenhouse effect.

On average, chicken made from plants requires less land, less water, and produces less CO₂ than chicken made from birds. According to a 2020 Blue Horizon report, choosing plant-based chicken over avian meat uses 82% less water, 74% less land, and 88% fewer greenhouse gas emissions.

To find the full list of restaurants offering TiNDLE, visit here. Interested chefs and operators who want to add TiNDLE to their menu can contact [email protected] for details and samples.

About TiNDLE

TiNDLE is juicy, plant-based chicken that delivers mouth-watering taste, texture and versatility. TiNDLE is made without animals and with a fraction of the land, water and energy used to produce bird meat. TiNDLE brings people together for a mind-blowing taste experience that also benefits the planet. TiNDLE is the first brand created by Next Gen Foods, a Singapore-food technology company headquartered to develop and market innovative and sustainable foods. For more information, visit www.tindle.com or follow @tindlefoods on Instagram and @tindle.foods on TikTok.

About Next Generation Foods

Founded in 2020, Next Gen Foods is a food technology startup that develops and markets innovative and sustainable plant-based food products, including its flagship product, TiNDLE. Next Gen Foods is backed by a team with a proven track record in plant-based food technology, building global brands and scaling global distribution. For more information, visit nextgenfoods.sg.

About Schmatz

Schmatz is a German beer and restaurant brand, originally created by the founders Christopher Ax and Marc Lütten with a food truck selling beer and sausages in 2013. In 2015, Schmatz opened its first beer catering restaurant in Akasaka. The concept has become popular everywhere Tokyo and grew with the opening of many other outlets as well as the retail launch of its own brand of craft beer. Currently, Schmatz has 39 restaurants in the Tokyo metropolitan area and Nagoya and sells beers in more than 100 supermarkets everywhere Japan. For more information, visit www.schmatz.jp or follow @schmatzjp on Instagram.

TiNDLE Hamburger Steak at Schmatz (Tokyo, Japan)

TiNDLE Hamburger Steak at Schmatz (Tokyo, Japan)




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