Listen adult vegans, vegetarians, lactose fanatic people, and anyone who finds themselves meditative ‘I’d utterly like a fun of a burger but a meat, actually’. We have some sparkling news.
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On 1 July, Camden Market will acquire a snazzy new vegan burger bar called VBurger.
VBurger will be a mini bar charity a menu of wholly vegan plant-based burgers, grown by London cook Yossi Edri.
For now, they’ll be portion 3 vegan burgers – one beetroot, one falafel, and one seitan – all with a choice of adding avocado or vegan cheese. Yum.
The sides sound flattering honeyed too: skin-on fries, honeyed potato wedges, and coleslaw salad. You can collect adult a vegan chocolate spirit after your burger if you’re still a bit peckish.
The bar will be a initial VBurger branch, with skeleton to supplement some-more around London in a entrance years, and will be open 7 days a week from 10am to 7pm.
Co-founder Amir Wayman said: ‘We are really vehement to launch VBurger and tenderly acquire everyone, be they vegan, vegetarian or with no welfare during all, to come down and give it a try.
‘The burgers are guaranteed to strike a spot.’
Sounds good to us.
If you’d like to stay adult to date on a VBurger menu, or only gawk during some vegan patties on your feed, give a bar a follow on Instagram.