Bristol-based eatery Oowee says the expansion is part of its mission to "revolutionise the fast food industry"...
Vegan fast food chain Oowee Vegan has secured its seventh restaurant in Brighton – a UK hotspot for plant-based dining.
The plant-based eatery, which was crowned Deliveroo’s ‘Restaurant of the Year’ in 2019, will open the new site next month.
Despite the pandemic hitting hospitality hard, Oowee successfully opened two sites in London back in 2020 – continuing its mission to “revolutionise the fast food industry”.
Oowee ‘leads the way’
In a statement sent to Vegan Food & Living, Oowee Co-Founder Charlie Watson said: “Our mission at Oowee is to lead the way with the future of fast food.
“The quality of vegan food being developed now is mind-blowingly good. We aim to be at the forefront of that, being enjoyed by meat eaters just as much as vegans”.
Watson added: “After a successful pop-up in Brighton last year… We’re super excited to be back with our new design flagship store this summer.
“We have a fantastic position in the heart of the lanes, and can’t wait for the community to try our food.”
The new Oowee restaurant will open its doors on August 27
Vegan offerings at Oowee
Oowee’s plant-based offerings include American favourites such as fried chick’n, burgers, and ‘dirty fries’.
Its iconic Flamin’ Hot Clucker burger is filled with dairy-free cheese, fried jalapeños and house-made hot mayo sauce.
*Oowee’s will open its seventh store on August 27, at 23 Market Street Brighton, BN1 1HH.
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