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Our Favourite Vegan Fast Food Options

by Fabian Jackson

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Been wondering how to eat vegan at fast food restaurants? Here’s our guide to our favourite vegan fast food options, recipes and takeaways and for when the craving hits when you’re out and about.

Entirely fast food vegan menus throughout the UK

First up is The Vurger Co, who you’ll find across London and Brighton. If you’re lucky enough to live in either of these cities then head there immediately for a satisfying bite. Our favourite from the menu is the New York Melt. Thank us later.

If you’re not able to get to any of their locations, then they also offer a UK-wide burger meal kit delivery, so you can enjoy their vegan patties at home. 

vegan burger kit

photo credit: The Vurger Co

Maki Ramen has a great selection of great vegan ramen options in the restaurants across Edinburgh and Glasgow. 

One to try if you’re in Newcastle is Let’s Junk It Up. They’ve got a massive range of kebabs, southern fried fricken and phat dogs to work your way through. 

If you’re in Norwich and fancy some plant-based pizzas, then Sapaorita has a great vegan selection to choose from. We love the vegan formaggi. 

pizza oven

Fancy some mac and cheese in your burger? Then head on over to Oowee Vegan’s flagship restaurant in Bristol for a real treat. If you’re closer to London or Brighton, then you’ll find their restaurants in these cities too. 

Cafe Soya in Birmingham offers a great selection of traditional Vietnamese and Chinese vegan dishes to choose from. 

Vietnamese food

photo credit: Cafe Soya

Popular chains with great vegan options 

Leon has been making naturally fast food for a while now, but a recent plant-based addition has caught our eyes (and taste buds). 

Their LOVe Burger has a beetroot soy patty, packed with fresh tomato and crips lettuce, then topped with vegan gouda.

vegan burger

photo credit: Leon

Sometimes the signature taste of KFC is a serious craving, and we understand that. There’s no vegan compromise with their plant-based burger. 11 herbs and spices, no chicken.

The well publicised vegan sausage roll from Greggs had to make it on to this list too.

greggs vegan sausage roll

photo credit: Greggs

McDonald’s has quite a limited selection of food available to vegans, one of the only dishes listed as vegan friendly, apart from the great tasting fries, is their veggie dippers as part of a Happy Meal. 

Wondering what to eat in Subway if you’re vegan? Definitely order their meatless meatball marinara with dairy free mozzarella.

vegan subway sandwich

photo credit: Subway

We think you’ll be equally impressed with the plant-based goodies Pizza Hut has to offer too. You can’t leave without trying their ‘I can’t believe it’s not cheesecake’.

Our top fakeaway recipes

Fancy getting creative in the kitchen, instead? Here’s a guide to our top fakeaway recipes to host to a great evening in, and to give all your Instagram followers serious food envy.

vegan allplants chicken burger

A recent edition to our recipe archive, is a vegan fried chicken burger. It’s our new favourite already.

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Why not try some of our allplants meals? Cheaper than a takeaway, but every bit as tasty.

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Fabian Jackson
by Fabian Jackson

Fabian is one of our lovely Content Marketing Interns who loves writing almost as much as he loves coffee, old episodes ofEscape to the Country(no judgement here), and cooking up a storm in his kitchen.

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