Vegan fast food joint lands first place on ‘UK’s top 40 burger bucket list’

Read Time:   |  2nd August 2022

Brighton-based eatery Really Happy Chicken was hailed in StagWeb's bucket list thanks to its mouth-watering plant-based Sticky Burger.

Vegan fast food joint Really Happy Chicken has landed first place on the ‘UK’s top 40 burger bucket list’.

Located in Brighton, the plant-based eatery serves up iconic American diner-style treats including Fried Wings, Mac&Cheeze, loaded fries and vegan burgers.

“Get down and dirty with these ‘chicken’-based burgers,” StagWeb, who featured the vegan eatery, said.

“Yes, Really Happy Chicken has taken a national favourite and made it wholesome! We’re talking vegan chicken and Really Happy are on a mission to make sustainable living more accessible to the masses. And it helps that their food is tasty AF”.

‘Top of the pecking order’

StagWeb, one of the UK’s leading stag party organisers, hailed the eatery’s Sticky Burger – which features a fried vegan chicken patty coated in a Korean BBQ sauce, slaw, mayonnaise, spring onion and sesame.

“Holy cluck this isn’t your average burger!” the organisation said.

“We’d perhaps say this one sits at the top of the pecking order (not sorry!). It’s the perfect blend of sweet and savoury with the sticky BBQ sauce and seriously good vegan chicken”.

Burger Bucket list

Brighton’s Flower Burger was also listed in the burger bucket list, thanks to its incredibly colourful buns.

“Big and bold with some serious burger bravado on show, Flower Burger are seriously UNIQUE,” StagWeb said.

“It’s all vegan and they all taste as good as they look. Which, quite frankly, is the greatest thing we’ve ever cast our burger-loving eyes on”.

If you love a good vegan burger, see what’s in store for you on the Burger King vegan menu.

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