Burger King opens vegan restaurant in Leicester Square

All meat will drop off the menu for the next month

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Fast food chain Burger King has declared the opening of an entirely vegan branch next week in Leicester Square, Central London.

The meat-free restaurant will begin serving no big whoppers from Monday 14th March and instead will have the ‘Vegan Royale’ on its menus.

Vegan nugget burgers, plant-based vegan cheeseburgers and chilli bites will also feature on the flagship restaurant’s offering list.

Burger King has stated it will treat the next month as a chance to gather information on what’s most popular for consumers, with an aim to making these items eventually available nationally.

The restaurant will only be open for one month – until 10th April.

Katie Evans from Burger King UK, said: “The limited-edition menu is a direct result of our focus on vegan and plant-based innovation and goes hand in hand with our target of a 50% meat-free menu by 2030, as well as our commitment to sustainability and responsible business.”