Fast Food Chain Reveals New Vegan Menu

Popular fast food chain has announced the addition of more vegan options to their menu

The restaurant chain LEON has over 55 outlets across the UK, with a menu full of healthy, seasonal-inspired dishes.

With many vegan options to choose from already, including a Caribbean plantain curry, a Lebanese mezze box and Sweet Potato Falafel Hot Box, LEON has recently revealed that they will be adding more plant-based options to their menu, in celebration of their 15th birthday.

The extended menu will include dishes such as cheesy, gluten-free Jack Wings, a Raspberry and Rose Donut and a Coco Whip – a creamy dairy-free coconut soft-serve ice cream in three flavours: Caramel and Cacao, Chocolate Ruby Ripple and Passionfruit, Lemongrass and Pomegranate.

In addition to these new options, LEON have added a red velvet cupcake decorated with a vegan cream cheese frosting as a birthday celebration, with all proceeds going to the LEON foundation.

LEON co-founder and CEO John Vincent commented: “Since we opened our doors 15 years ago, we have continued to innovate, providing new and exciting ways for everyone to eat fresh, natural and seasonal food.

“Over that time, we have constantly evolved and this latest menu shake up marks an important step for us – we know plant-based eating is better for body and planet, but we want to make plant-based options the tastiest choice, too.”

The new menu will be available from the 11th June. For more information, LEON website.



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