Neat Burger was an immediate success after opening last year. Backed by plant-based athlete Lewis Hamilton, it quickly became the place to get your hands on vegan burgers and nuggets.
Just this month, the chain won Best Vegan Offering at the Deliveroo Awards 2020. To celebrate, Neat Burger has opened its third outlet in Soho at 33 Old Compton Street. But the fully-vegan chain isn’t stopping there, it has plans to open six new dine-in locations across London in 2021.
We’re sure this is going to be an even bigger year for Neat Burger, and its famous patron Lewis Hamilton.
Best Vegan Offering
After only opening in September 2019, Neat Burger has gone on to become an iconic part of the vegan food scene in London. The first outlet in Central London was wildly successful, in part due to Lewis Hamilton’s involvement.
However, the food spoke for itself and the chain has been crowned Best Vegan Offering in the Deliveroo Awards 2020. This is a testament to the massive impact the brand has in a very short space of time.
The new location in Soho will be open every day from 12 pm-10 pm. Unfortunately, due to London entering Tier 3 restrictions on Wednesday 16th December, the three locations will be closed for dine-in. Nevertheless, you can still get your Neat Burger fix via Deliveroo.
Neat Burger works in association with Beyond Meat and The Eden Projects which means that for every product sold, a tree is planted. Who knew eating burgers could have such a positive impact?
Healthier than traditional meat burgers, you can do good for both your stomach and the environment when eating plant-based at Neat Burger.
On the menu
The third location will host the same delicious menu as its counterparts in the West End and Camden.
Treat yourself to The Big Stack featuring a double Neat Meat Patty and tangy sauce, or go oriental with the Korean Chick’n Burger. Alternatively, get stuck into a Neat Dog with plenty of mustard and add a side of Neat Nuggets because why not?
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