A vegan fast food restaurant is coming to Manchester
The North Quarter will host a new plant-based restaurant this week with authentic burgers, mac and cheese and shakes.
The Vurger company. was born after his founders Neil and Rachel ddiscovered a whole new wave of plant-based living in California, which they believe helped solve Neil’s debilitating stomach issues.
They set up a market stall in North London in 2016 and quickly started taking their concept to a wider audience at various events, pop-ups and festivals.
Two years later they opened their first restaurant in Shoreditch, with venues in Canary Wharf and Brighton soon after.
But now it’s time for The Vurger Co’s first venture up North, with their brand new restaurant in Manchester opening this week.
His fourth place comes as part of Tib Street transmission house development, and will be the largest and most ambitious project to date, with over fifty covers available seven days a week.
On the menu, diners can expect all of The Vurger Co’s favorites, including New York cast iron, featuring a Beyond the meat patty, double vegan cheese, pickles, tomato and homemade burger sauce.
Another highlight of the menu is The Hunny ‘Chicken’a homemade burgerVegan honey, chicken patty from The Vurger Co, honey mustard aioli, pickles, all sandwiched in a fresh bun.
Also on the menu will be salad bowls, plant-based macaroni and cheese, “faux zarella” sticks, tater tots and fries.
Rachel Hugh, co-founder of The Vurger Co., said of the new opening, “It’s a really exciting time for us at The Vurger Co.
“We have worked hard to establish ourselves in London and Brighton and look forward to being part of the thriving food and dining scene in Manchester, one of our favorite cities.
“Customers can expect amazing plant-based foods filled with fun and delicious texture and flavor.”
Vurger Co. will open this Saturday April 30, at Unit 2, Transmission House, down Tib Street in the North Quarter.
Visit their website for more information.