Temple of Seitan to open new vegan eatery at Goods Way Kings Cross

Read Time:   |  28th January 2020

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Temple of Seitan are bringing their pioneering plant-based fast food to North London.


A new live music venue, bar and street food venue, Goods Way, is set to open in London’s King’s Cross in March.

Goods Way will house Lafayette, a new live music venue and a vibrant New Orleans inspired bar, Sweetwater, and will also play host to a number of eclectic food outlets including vegan fast-food favourites, Temple of Seitan.

Founded by Australian natives Rebecca McGuinness and Patrick O’Shea back in 2015, Temple of Seitan is the original and very best plant-based ‘fried chicken’ outlet in London and currently operates at Camden and Hackney as well as offering its menu at BrewDog bars across the UK.

Speaking about the new vegan venue, a spokesperson for Goods Way told Vegan Food & Living: “It’s an ethos built on cruelty-free cuisine with zero let up on taste or instant satisfaction.

“Temple of Seitanhas since become the primary catalyst for London’s now thriving vegan fast-food boom, and we are excited to bring them to our new space.

Goods Way will open in March 2020 and is a short two-minute stroll from Kings Cross St. Pancras Train Station located at 11 Goods Way, Kings Cross London, N1C.

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