Rudy’s are opening a brand new plant-based diner right next to their vegan butchers.
Following the raving success of their vegan junk food diner in Camden Town, Rudy’s opened a completely plant-based butchers shop on World Vegan Day last year. Rudy’s Vegan Butcher is the first of its kind in the UK and reports suggest that, after such a successful opening, they’re already looking for a bigger kitchen to keep up with demand.
They sold out of everything on their first day, with huge queues of customers lining the street. According to Plant Based News, Rudy’s have had their staff working through the night to keep up with the crazy demand.
“What does a vegan butcher entail?”, you might ask. Great question, and the answer is a whole range of delicious meat-free, dairy-free, and guilt-free goodies. Staying true to their junk food roots, you’ll find meat alternatives such as lobstah salad, rack of jack, chilli-non carne, chick’n lover plate, and shredded BBQ pulled porc in store. Alternatively, you could opt for their burger patties, baycon and cheeze sauce, and assemble your very own dirty burger at home – this is the kind of DIY we can get on board with. Also, whoever titled these dishes deserves a round of applause and an immediate raise!
Rudy’s have also just announced that post-lockdown they will be opening yet another vegan diner! It’ll be located right by their butcher shop on Islington’s Upper Street so you can enjoy wonderful delicacies from both in one outing. You can expect the same world-class dishes that customers travel to the original Camden diner for as well as some exciting additions to the menu. They’ll also be introducing vegan milkshakes, including the insanely indulgent Rainbow Unicorn – a vanilla shake, garnished with an assortment of sweets and bubble gum syrup.
If you can’t wait to try their plant-based goodies in person, they deliver nationwide. So sit back, relax and wait for the vegan treats to come to you.