London's vegan burger scene couldn't be more enticing at the moment, particularly with the launch this week of a rather special new burger in Shoreditch.
From tomorrow, Halo Burger will be selling what they say is "the UK’s first-ever vegan katsu burger". They've teamed up with Nanban owner and MasterChef winner Tim Anderson for this one-month special, which will be available at their new Shoreditch spot.
It's made with a panko crispy
There’s no disputing the popularity of veganism in London, so it’s hardly surprising that Good to Go, which started life as a-based pop-up in Old Street Station in 2017 soon launched a nearby permanent site and is now opening a second, this time in Charing Cross Road, with an increased focus on its takeaway options.
Soho's Sun and 13 Cantons continues its series of very interesting pop-ups (they hosted Darjeeling Express before Asma Khan opened their first restaurant) with its latest announcement - Tendril. It comes from Rishim Sachdeva, previously at Chiltern Firehouse, Almeida and The Dairy and who is now going it alone with Tendril, serving up a plant-based menu, based on British cuisine with a vegetarian/vegan twist.
The Tendril team have
Three childhood friends from South London are behind this new all day spot serving up plant-based food and inspired by their Italian and British backgrounds.
His London Fields restaurant may have closed, but King Cook is bringing Cookdaily back to Boxpark in Shoreditch (where it first started back in 2015), serving up his acclaimed vegan bowls.
That'll be music to the ears of all the well known folk who have flat out loved his food over the past few years. Everyone from Skepta to Professor Green. D Double E and Giggs have posted about their fandom for
Who says meat-eaters have all the fun? London's burger joints are after the vegetarian pound, so if you're in search of more than a bean burger in a soggy bun, here are some of the best veggie burgers in town.
This plant-based restaurant in Spitalfields is a big hit with Hot Dinners readers - we went to find out why.
It's time for a change at Counter Culture, the small restaurant next to The Dairy (and by the same people) which runs regularly changing residencies. This time it's the turn of Alter, for an all-vegan takeover. Alter is founded by Andy Hogben, who has previously worked at Dabbous, Som Saa and Kym’s and offers vegan food with street-food influences.
The menu will change over the period, but here's
It is - as they say - Veganuary, when you're encouraged to go fully plant-based for a month. But Yard Sale Pizza are going one step further. They already have one popular vegan pizza on the menu - now they're adding three more as permanent additions.
The new pizzas are:
After pop-ups and residencies across London, Club Mexicana are bringing their vegan Mexican food to Kingly Court.
Ever since featuring on My Million Pound Menu, chef Jay Morjaria's plant-based food has been in demand. Now the chef, who is currently working on plans to open his own standalone restaurant JAE, will be previewing dishes from that restaurant in Soho.
For January Jay will be taking over the kitchens at Hovarda every lunchtime. His completely vegan, East Asian menu will include dishes like:
New to Peckham Levels is Kingston Kigali, an East African and Caribbean inspired food vendor. It's run by Stacey Uwimana who combines her own Rwandese Mukiga heritage with her business partner Salma's British Jamaican background to serve up vegan food with a difference.
Inspired by the food they eat at home, they've come up with an offering intended to put Rwandan food on the map. "We aim... to get people discovering the beauty of a
Acclaimed chef Neil Rankin has spent eight months working on the secret ingredients for a unique plant-based burger, which will feature on the menu at his new environmentally-friendly restaurant, Simplicity Burger on Brick Lane.
Vegan activist Earthling Ed's Unity Diner is moving on to bigger things - leaving the original Hoxton Market premises for a larger site in Spitlafields. But the full plant-based menu is the same.
If beer and burgers are a match made in heaven, then vegan beer and vegan burgers must be the equivalent of nirvana for East London. That's presumably the thought process behind a new collaboration between BrewDog and Biff's Jack Shack.
The two companies have teamed up to make the brewer's Dalston location the group's first wholly vegan bar. So they'll be serving up vegan jackfruit based ‘junk’ food along with an exclusively
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