Celebrities Beyoncé, Ariana Grande and Ellie Goulding dine on vegan meals and you can too, at our restaurants.
Hurray, Wagamama has a dedicated vegan menu. Order the Mixed Mushrooms and Panko Aubergine Hirata Steamed Buns, the Kare Burosu noodle soup with silken tofu and vegetables, or the Yasai Samla Curry containing tofu and shiitake mushrooms. Vegan katsu curry and classic noodle dishes are also firm favourites.
Go meat-free and try TGI Fridays’ juicy Vegan Burger. The plant-based patty is made from mushrooms, beetroot and coconut oil. It’s freshly grilled and served in a vegan bun with Legendary Glaze, avocado mayo and your choice of house salad or crispy fries.
The 147mm vegan sausage roll has landed and Greggs’ social media is buzzing with shares and comments about its golden flakiness. Greggs also has a Balanced Choice menu of snacks under 400 calories.
If you’re trying Veganuary, YO! Sushi has plenty of choice for vegans, including Avocado Nigiri, Glazed Aubergine Nigiri or Shiitake Mushroom Ramen soup. Among the 30 new dishes are vegan-friendly plates such as Pumpkin Katsu Curry and Inari Taco. What’s more, the small portions are low calorie.
Pizza Express has a special vegan menu, starting with Vegan Dough Balls, eight choices of vegan pizzas and new dairy-free iced carrot cake for dessert. The latest pizza is the Vegan Puttanesca topped with marinated jackfruit.
Pasta fans will love Prezzo's Marinated Aubergine Paccheri (pictured) and Penne Arrabbiata, both suitable for vegans. Alternatively, there's a healthy winter salad with puy lentil, roasted beetroot and butternut squash.
Savoury and sweet vegan crêpes, made from wheat flour or buckwheat, make delicious snacks at Crêpe Affaire. There are six vegan galettes on the menu: Vegan BBQ Chick’n, Vegan Spicy Chick’n or Supervegan, and for dessert, Vegan Cheeky Monkey, Vegan Chocolate Galette and Vegan Chocolate, Strawberries & Dreams.