The second branch of the all-vegan diner, next door to their Islington butcher.
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“Delicious” plant-based versions of classic American comfort food – from burgers, seitan hot dogs and pastrami to milk-free shakes – cut the mustard at this pair of ‘dirty vegan diners’ in Camden Market and Islington. The Islington branch has a vegan butcher next door, touted as the world’s first, with a concession in Selfridges.
London’s first all-vegan diner serves up plant-based versions of classic American diner food, ‘from meat-free burgers and giant seitan hot dogs, to dairy-free milkshakes and ‘pastrami’-packed sandwiches’; and opened a second branch in Islington’s Upper Street in early 2021, next door to their vegan butcher’s shop. Feedback is relatively limited, but says the brand is “a good performer in this challenging segment”.
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