Looking for the UK’s Best Vegan Fried Chicken?

Posted by on February 20, 2018 | Permalink

As restaurants across the country up their game with more plant-based options in 2018, one of the most exciting trends has been the explosion in vegan fried chicken. We’ve put together a list of the 10 best spots to get nuggets, wings, and burgers that deliver huge flavour with zero cruelty.

  • Birmingham – Not Dogs

    Located in the heart of Birmingham’s Bullring, Not Dogs offers a southern-fried “chicken” burger served with crispy “bacon”, lettuce, and homemade vegan mayonnaise as well as crispy nuggets.

  • Cheltenham – Seitan’s Grill

    This all-vegan Cheltenham-based pop-up’s signature seitan burger is a firm favourite, and it’ll soon also be offering crispy nuggets and a marinated-tofu “chicken” burger deep-fried in panko breadcrumbs and served with a homemade mayo dressing.

  • Edinburgh – Bread Meats Bread

    Edinburgh’s Bread Meets Bread offers four different homemade seitan “chick’n” burgers fried in vegan buttermilk and served with mouth-watering toppings such as vegan Sriracha mayo, “mheat” rashers, and gooey dairy-free cheese.

  • Hampshire – Earth

    This 100 per cent vegan restaurant offers chicken-style burgers topped with mayonnaise and crispy lettuce as well as nuggets and “popcorn chicken” pieces.

  • Leeds – Vegan Fried Chicken

    Check out Vegan Fried Chicken in Leeds for burgers packed with lettuce and vegan mayonnaise as well as crispy fried “chicken” pieces served with a variety of dips and sauces.

  • Liverpool – The Caledonia

    The Caledonia’s offering includes the Chimken BLT burger – which is topped with “bacon”, lettuce, and tomato – as well as crispy wings served plain, in BBQ sauce, or with gravy.

  • London – Temple of Seitan

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    With locations in Hackney and Camden, London’s original vegan chicken shop serves a variety of delicious options, including hot wings in spicy buffalo sauce with ranch mayo and a crispy fillet burger with bacon, cheese, lettuce, pickles, and mayo.

  • Manchester – V-Rev

    This vegan Manchester eatery offers “chkn” burgers served with hot pepper “cheez”, fried onions, and lettuce as well as crispy tenders glazed in a choice of buffalo or BBQ sauce accompanied by ranch dressing and fresh chives.

  • Oxford – Happy Friday Kitchen

    Oxford’s all-vegan Happy Friday Kitchen serves seitan burgers with vegan macaroni cheese, lettuce, and tomato as well as crispy tenders and hot wings, both accompanied by a variety of dips.

  • Sheffield – Burger Lolz

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    Burger Lolz, Sheffield’s vegan burger joint, offers burgers served with vegan mayonnaise, crispy lettuce, and fresh tomatoes as well as crispy strips and “popcorn chicken” pieces.

Chickens are smart, social animals who bond with their families and value their own lives. On factory farms, they’re crammed by the tens of thousands into filthy, barren sheds, where they’re denied the opportunity to do anything that comes naturally to them. When they’re just a few weeks old, they’re packed into crates and shipped to the abattoir, where they’re suffocated with carbon dioxide or shackled, hung upside down, and electrocuted before their throats are finally slit.

By choosing vegan meals, you can help spare chickens this needless suffering. Order one of our free vegan starter kits for tips and guidance on making the switch today.