Former Burger King restaurant in San Diego is replaced by vegan drive-thru

Read Time:   |  31st August 2017

A former branch of Burger King in San Diego has been replaced by a vegan drive-thru, Plant Power Fast Food. 

After the successful launch of their flagship location in Ocean Beach, which opened at the start of 2016, Plant Power Fast Food who describe themselves as the ‘future of fast food‘, are bringing more wholesome dining options to San Diego as they open their second location in the city.

Plant Power co-founder Zach Vouga said of the location, “[t]his is a perfect location for a healthy drive-thru restaurant. We’ve taken a former Burger King and transformed it into a convenient oasis to enjoy a delicious plant-based meal.”

Fast food with a healthy twist 

Plant Power Fast Food feel that ‘one of the most powerful decisions that any of can make is to decrease the amount of animal products in our diet’, and so calls itself a ‘FREE drive-through experience’, because their menu is cholesterol-free, meat-free, dairy-free, and GMO-free, according to Vouga.

Buffalo wings/ Photo: @kellybone/Instagram

“The interest in convenient, healthy food is growing exponentially as a result of the medical challenges facing many Americans today,” Vouga added.

The vegan drive-thru serves up ‘fast food with a healthy twist’, with dishes including delights like plant-based nuggets, burgers, desserts, and specialties such as the ‘Fillet O’Fishless’ and ‘Canadian Bacon, Provolone & Egg Muffin’. There’s even a dedicated children’s menu!

Plant Power is also committed to offering affordable prices to make their food accessible to all, with prices ranging from $6.25 to $8.95.

www.plantpowerfastfood.com

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