Frankie & Benny’s launch 4 new delicious vegan dishes to celebrate Veganuary

Author: Molly Pickering

Read Time:   |  20th January 2022

Legendary high street diner Frankie & Benny's has expanded its vegan menu for Veganuary, including a new indulgent Speculoos Hot Cookie Dough dessert

Italian-American restaurant Frankie & Benny’s is joining in the Veganuary celebrations by expanding its vegan menu.

Frankie & Benny’s latest plant-based additions are inspired by comfort food classics that everyone can enjoy.

The chain already boasts an impressive vegan menu with almost 20 tasty items to choose from!

Furthermore, the restaurant promises its plant-based menu includes something for everyone to sink their teeth into.

Frankie & Benny’s Veganuary menu

Renowned for its Neapolitan-style pizzas, Frankie & Benny’s new Plantball Marinara Pizza (£11.40) is sure to be a hit.

Fresh dough topped with flavoursome ‘plantballs’, lathered in Napoletana tomato sauce, vegan mozzarella and fresh basil. Mamma Mia!

Next, hotdog lovers can tuck into the new Vegan Dog (£12.30).

This juicy plant-based hotdog is served in a soft roll, topped with fried onions, gherkins, chillies, BBQ, vegan mayo, and is served with skin-on fries.

For those in need of cheese, the restaurants new Vegan Mac ‘n’ Cheese (£10.40) is sure to satisfy your cravings.

Additionally, we think no meal is truly complete without an indulgent dessert.

Thankfully, the new Vegan Biscoff Hot Cookie Dough (£6.20) is now available at the high-street diner.

The warm cookie dough is topped with honeycomb pieces, banana chocolate sauce, and a healthy-size scoop of dairy-free ice cream. Need we say anymore?

“We’re hoping to see more people than ever getting involved”

As Veganuary celebrates its highest sign-up rate ever for 2022, more businesses are joining the plant-based pledge.

In a statement, Frankie & Benny’s Managing Director of the leisure & concessions business, Jon Knight, said: “Frankie & Benny’s has been supporting Veganuary since 2016.

“With all our restaurants and employees priding themselves on ensuring our guests can enjoy a fun and inviting atmosphere, alongside a menu that encompasses a genuine selection of tasty, comfort food inspired, plant-based food.

Knight added: “With our new vegan items launching from early January 2022, we’re hoping to see more people than ever getting involved and behind Veganuary this year.”

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Written by

Molly Pickering

When she's not reporting the latest vegan news, Molly's other passions are tattoos, 80’s horror and good vegan food

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