Worthing’s first all-vegan eatery is opening its doors this month

Read Time:   |  6th June 2018

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Worthing is about to become home to its first all-vegan eatery, which will be serving up a delicious array of ‘Good “Bad” Vegan Food’. 

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Worthing is about to become home to a brand new all-vegan eatery, a first for the city. Situated in the centre of Worthing, Cactus Kitchen Gals (CKG) will be serving ‘Good “Bad” Vegan Food’ 5 days a week.

Drawing inspiration from Southern American cuisine and classic British sweet treats, CKG has managed to create an American burger bar meets English tea room. Offering a range of plant-based burgers, fried sides and freshly baked sweet treats, CKG are not only about showing the healthier aspects of veganism, but instead want to share just how great plants can really taste.

Owner and chef Sophie Cohen is keen to show the power of plants, saying: “A lot of people look at the food I make and assume it isn’t vegan because it just looks like ‘normal’ food, but that’s all I want, for veganism to be easy for people and for more people to realise how good plants can taste.”

In addition, the large majority of the menu is gluten-free! Whether you are vegan, vegetarian or just really want to know how plants can taste so good, CKG has a menu that is full of ‘Good “Bad” Vegan Food’.


Cactus Kitchen Gals is situated close to Steyne Gardens at 2 Colonnade House, High Street, Worthing, BN11 1NZ.

They will be opening to the public from 4pm on Thursday 21st June but regular opening hours will be from Wednesday – Friday 12pm – 9pm, Saturday 11am – 9pm and Sunday 11am – 5pm.

Contact Cactus Kitchen Gals on Facebook to make a booking.

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