Did you think going vegan meant giving up fish and chips? Think again. A growing number of establishments are offering vegan alternatives to the old classic, and we’ve listed some of them below.
Loving Hut (London, Brighton, Norwich)
Loving Hut have branches in London, Brighton and Norwich, and offer this tasty looking vegan battered fillet and chips. Visit the Loving Hut website to see their full menu and list of locations.
The Peacock (Nottingham)
This pub offers a 100% vegan menu, featuring vegan variations on classic pub foods like pie, lasagne and fish and chips. Their ‘fish’ is made from battered tofu and seaweed and is served with homemade chips. You can follow The Peacock on Facebook to keep up to date.
Veggie Corner (Coventry)
All sorts of vegan takeaway options are available at Veggie Corner in Coventry, including fish and chips, battered sausage, pies and kebabs. Check out Veggie Corner on Facebook.
Matter Fastfoods (Bristol)
Matter Fastfoods serve vegan versions of chippy classics, including fried chicken, kebabs and wraps. Check out Matter Fastfoods on Facebook for more info.
Mono is a vegan cafe bar in Glasgow. They serve a variety of tasty-looking dishes, including pizza, burgers, hot dogs and To-fish n’ chips. Check out the full menu on the Mono website.
Dove Pubs (London)
Dove pubs have two London branches, and offer a variety of vegetarian and vegan options, including Belgian Beer battered ‘fish’ and chips. You can check out the Dove pubs website for full details.
Battered (various locations)
Potato Tomato (Whitstable)
This 100% vegan eatery serves tofish and chips, southern fried popcorn tofu, and lots more. Check out their full menu on the Potato Tomato website.
Shakey Shakey (Ramsgate)
This fish bar offers a vegan menu two days a week (currently Monday and Tuesday), and has some great reviews on Facebook!
Land & Sea Fish and Chips (Falkirk)
This chippy has a special vegan nights on Tuesday’s and offers a selection of vegan options during the rest of the week. They’ve got great reviews on Facebook, and full location details and opening times are available on the Land & Sea website.
Do you know of a place to get vegan fish and chips that we missed off this list? Let us know below or on social media.
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