Vegan junk-food pop-up takes over pub kitchen in Cardiff

Read Time:   |  24th October 2017

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Greazy Vegan, a pop-up that serves tasty cruelty-free fast food, will be taking over a pub in Cardiff to sell their greasy goods on two separate occasions.

Vegan junk-food pop-up takes over pub kitchen in Cardiff

Greazy Vegan came about because they believe “not all vegans want to eat kale chips and quinoa burgers, smoked in coconut husks, with cabbage juice foam, some of us want to eat good old fashioned takeaway food but cruelty free, to animals at least”.

Diners can expect to tuck into vegan versions of burgers, hot dogs, hot wings and fried chicken.

At the moment the company is just doing pop-up events but they are planning on opening a fully vegan junk food takeaway early next year.

Vegan junk-food pop-up takes over pub kitchen in Cardiff

Taking over the Robin Hood pub in Pontcanna, Greazy Vegan will be serving their cruelty-free food from 5.30pm on November 12th and 19th.

The first event has already sold out but there are still tickets left for the second take over, which was introduced due to the high demand of the first pop-up.

The events, which are being held at the The Robin Hood pub, in Pontcanna , are taking place on Sunday, November 12 and Sunday, November 19.

For tickets to the vegan pub takeovers, and future events, visit The Greazy Vegan’s website.

Source: Wales Online

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