Much-loved vegan fried chicken brand Temple of Seitan has announced a second London location after the overriding success of its first branch in Hackney.
The current location — titled Temple of Hackney — is only small in size, but certainly packs a punch. At its busiest times queues can stretch outside of the building and along the street, and hungry vegans can often be seen sitting outside the branch gorging on vegan fried goodness.
Thanks to the huge demand for Temple of Hackney, the fast food takeaway is now becoming a small chain with its second shop opening in North London. This second branch will even have indoor seating to prevent customers from having to find somewhere to eat their food outside.
Temple of Camden will be opening on the streets of Camden in the new year and there is no reason that the fried chicken company won’t expand elsewhere at a later date.
The London vegan restaurant scene is thriving after news that the first two UK branches of incredibly successful US chain by CHLOE. would be launching in London this autumn.
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