Lounges restaurant is now selling a footlong vegan hot dog

Read Time:   |  20th November 2019

Lounges will serve the world’s first foot long plant-based hot dog in 125 of its restaurants across the UK. 

Lounges footlong vegan hot dog

Moving Mountains has announced its latest collaboration with Lounges who will serve the world’s first foot long plant-based hot dog in 125 of its restaurants across the UK.

Almost a foot long, at 10 inches and 3cm in width, the Moving Mountains® Hot Dog will be available on the Lounges menu for £11.95 and is served with a delicious vegan Gouda cheese, fried onions, gherkins, tomatoes, pickled onions, American mustard and red pepper ketchup.

Made primarily from sunflower seeds with a delicious naturally smoked flavour and satisfyingly firm yet bouncy texture, the Moving Mountains Hot Dog looks and tastes just like a pork hot dog or frankfurter so it can be enjoyed 100% guilt-free by vegans and those looking to cut down on their meat consumption.

Speaking about the new menu addition in a statement sent to Vegan Food & Living, Antony Bennett, Head of Food Development at Loungers said: “We’ve had lots of demand from customers for delicious plant-based options in our Lounges. The Moving Mountains® jumbo Hot Dog is not only really delicious, it is also replicates a hot dog in every way and is created with natural ingredients including sunflower seeds.”

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