London is getting an all-vegan kebab spot
2016 may have been a truly terrible year, but 2017 is already looking up – in terms of delicious vegan food, anyway. Not only will we be getting London’s first fried chicken restaurant, but meat-free people will also finally be able to get in on the joy of kebabs. In February, London will officially be home to What the Pitta’s permanent restaurant. What the Pitta, if you haven’t guessed, is an entirely meat-free kebab restaurant. At the moment it’s a popup, appearing in locations in Shoreditch, but from February 1st it’ll become a permanent spot in Boxpark Croydon.
Which is all very exciting, because it’s the only entirely vegan kebab place in London, serving up a Vegan Vegan Döner and Vegan Baklava as well as other delicious veggie treats.
‘The Döner Kebab is a British fast food classic,’ Cem, What the Pitta’s founder, told metro.co.uk.
‘We know Veganism is set to boom in 2017 so it’s about time London had its own tastier, meat free alternative.
‘Not only for vegans, this is a healthier option that does good for you, the planet and doesn’t come with the next morning regret.’
They’ve already found fans in JME and FatGayVegan, so it’s worth getting excited for a permanent location.
What the Pitta will be opening in Boxpark Croydon in February, but until then you can try their vegan kebabs at popups at The Pump in Shoreditch, or order for delivery in zones one and two through Uber Eats.