UK’s first 100% vegan Burger King opens its doors in London
From today, Burger King’s flagship location in London’s Leicester Square is going entirely vegan featuring 25 items from plant-based Whoppers to vegan nuggets.
This means the fast-food chain is replacing its regular menu items with all plant-based offerings. The all-vegan Burger King location will be open until April 10, and the one-month trial will help inform the company on whether there is a demand for permanent meat-free locations.
The vegan location will feature Burger King’s biggest plant-based menu yet, featuring its iconic Plant-Based Whopper and Vegan Royale along with 23 other options—including a kids menu with junior-sized offerings.
Although Burger King’s menu labels some items vegan and others plant-based, the company says all items at the Leicester Square location will be vegan during the month-long trial.
“We’re incredibly proud of our new meat-free menu,” Burger King UK Chief Marketing Officer Katie Evans said in a statement. “It absolutely delivers on big taste with no compromises and reflects our ongoing commitment to serving our customers a diverse and innovative range of products.”
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