Scrambled OGGS now available in Wagamama’s airport breakfast

Author: Maria Chiorando

Read Time:   |  17th March 2023

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Scrambled OGGS is a plant-based egg replacement. It is available on the Full English which is served at Wagamama in Heathrow, Gatwick, and Manchester airports


Wagamama has altered its vegan Full English breakfast dish – adding a plant-based egg alternative.

The high street eatery currently offers the breakfast meal in its airport outlets, which are located in Heathrow, Gatwick, and Manchester airports.

Among the items offered in the meal are a vegan sausage, vegan bacon, grilled tomato, wilted spinach, sweet potato, a toasted hirata bun, and shiitake mushrooms.

The dish used to also feature turmeric tofu, in place of egg. However now, it has been updated, and in place of the tofu is Scrambled OGGS, a plant-based egg replacement.

Posting on Instagram about the update, OGGS wrote: “OGGS is now on menu at Wagamama airport sites. You’ll find our Scrambled OGGS flying high on ‘The Full Vegan’ breakfast, an Asian-inspired full English – we can’t think of a better way to start your holiday.

“Give it a try if you’re jetting off over the weekend – or get in touch to talk adding Scrambled OGGS to your breakfast menu!”


Wagamama and Scrambled OGGS

While Wagamama has updated the dish to include Scrambled OGGS recently, it launched it back in 2019 as part of a selection of vegan breakfast dishes in airport restaurants at Gatwick and Heathrow.

Discussing the new additions to the menu at the time, chef Steve Mangleshot said: “When we create vegan dishes we primarily want them to taste amazing so anyone can enjoy them, not just vegans.

“I’m particularly proud of the full vegan as everyone loves the variety of a cooked breakfast and the range of flavours we have compiled in this dish makes sure that this is guaranteed to excite everyone’s taste buds.”

Wagamama Marketing Director Andre Johnsone added: “We spend a lot of time talking to our vegan diners and team members to understand what gets them excited. This has meant that in the last few years we have been at the forefront of bringing vegan dishes to the market and we have also collaborated with a number of vegan chefs.

“These influences have helped us make sure that we think about dishes that suit a range of needs whenever we make new food. The new vegan breakfast is another example of this innovation. We love that our airport guests can now enjoy a full vegan before they fly from Gatwick or Heathrow.”

Not near an airport branch of the high street chain? There are plenty of plant-based dishes on its standard menu – find out more about Wagamama’s vegan menu

Featured image courtesy of @loveoggs via Instagram

Written by

Maria Chiorando

Maria is an editor and journalist. Her work has been published by the Huffington Post, the Guardian, TechnoBuffalo, Plant Based News, and Kent on Sunday among other national and regional titles.

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