The UK’s first all-vegan food hub has just opened at London’s King’s Cross

Read Time:   |  6th February 2020

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Located in King's Cross Square, just outside the train station you will now find a brand new entirely vegan pop-up food hub serving up delicious vegan food to hungry commuters. 


Open daily from 7am and billed as the UK’s ‘first entirely vegan food hub’, Plant-Based Pit Stop is home to four plant-based vendors offering up a range of vegan dishes that are perfect for those looking for healthy, tasty food on the go.

At Mother, you’ll find a range of wholesome breakfast options including egg-free scrambles, acai bowls and sourdough toasts topped with avocado or peanut butter and banana. The menu also boasts a huge array of fresh fruit juices and smoothies packed with goodness.

Cruelty-free crepe-makers Pipoca can also be found at the pop-up with a range of tasty breakfast and lunch options including their famous sweet and savoury gluten-free crepes.


If it’s lunch options you’re looking for then Palm Greens is the place to go! With a menu focused on vibrant salads packed with nutritious ingredients such as the roast squash, charred jalapeno houmous and miso maple vinaigrette salad, virtuous vegans will be spoilt for choice.

Polish off your lunch with a sweet treat from Vida Bakery who are known for their beautiful cupcakes and eye-catching range of vegan bakes, all of which are gluten-free too.

Plant-Based Pit Stop will open initially for three months but may extend its lease if it proves successful.

Image credit: @plantbased_pitstop

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