Dirty Bones has opened its first permanent all-vegan restaurant in Soho

Read Time:   |  31st January 2020

After a series of successful pop-ups in the last two-years, Dirty Vegan by NYC-inspired restaurant Dirty Bones is here to stay.

Dirty Bones, the “NYC-inspired comfort food” restaurant, is proud to announce it has opened its first permanent, all-vegan location, Dirty Vegan after its vegan pop-ups proved to be a hit with Londoner’s.

The restaurant made its first foray into the world of vegan food in 2018 with the launch of a vegan fried ‘chicken’ pop-up shop, Dirty Vegan, in Shoreditch. It was also the first non-vegetarian restaurant to exclusively serve a plant-based patty.

The pop-up proved so popular that it has even gained Dirty Vegan the position as the exclusive vegan vendor in the recently refurbished Balcony in Westfield White City.

Alongside the White City opening, Dirty Bones Soho (the brand’s non-vegan restaurant) will also become home to Dirty Vegan with a full takeover every Monday, from 10 February.

The mouth-watering menu is jam-packed with junk food favourites with a vegan twist such as the Crispy Fried Cauliflower Popcorn, Chick’n Nuggets, a Chilli Cheese and BLT and the ‘Go Dirty’ loaded fries topped with alapeño dressing or BBQ braised shitake mushrooms, red chillies and chives.

Dirty Vegan has also teamed up with dairy-free soft-serve ice-cream company DÁPPA to offer three tempting flavours including Peanut Butter Cup, Cinnamon Crunch and Choc Fudge Brownie as part of its dessert menu.

Balance 

In a statement sent to Vegan Food & Living, co-founder and CEO Cokey Sulkin commented: “Dirty Bones has such a strong brand DNA and it’s exciting to apply this to a new concept with Dirty Vegan. We have some very exciting plans in the coming year and Dirty Vegan at White City is the first step.

“After putting on several Dirty Vegan pop-ups at our Shoreditch and Kensington locations, along with a sold-out event at Soho House, we started to explore a permanent home for the brand to showcase it to the wider masses, full vegans, meat-reducers and the curious. The emphasis for us is ‘balance’ – we’re all learning we can’t eat meat and fish every day, our bodies and the planet need us to mix it up a bit.”

You can find Dirty Vegan at Westfield White City from 11am – 10pm from Monday through to Saturday, and 11am to 5pm on Sundays. Dirty Vegan Soho available from Mondays from 12pm – 12am.

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