These seitan pizzas look devilishly good…
The team behind London’s quirkiest pie and mash combinations and saliva-inducing slices has opened its first proper vegan pizza restaurant! (Featured image: @youngveganspizzashop)
Their sweet and sour chickun, katsu curry and cheezeburger pies already earned Young Vegans a spot in our list of awesome vegan restaurants recommended by London vegans, and their pizzas have been gaining huge attention at their stall in Netil Market. They are sadly no longer serving at the market, but are instead putting all of their energy into their brand new bricks and mortar restaurant…
Young Vegan’s Italian sister has opened its door in the heart of Bethnal Green – and, with its bright yellow exterior, you won’t be able to miss it!
Their pizzas stick to a dark and devilish theme, from their seitan chickun pizza Dead Barbie, to the seitan pepperoni Devil’s Coglioni, and the Holy Ghost with whipped ‘ricotta’, red onions, spinach and mozzarella, mixed together with marinara sauce and a sprinkling of oregano.
Alternatively, go wild on a Filthy Weekend with seitan ham and (debate pending…) pineapple, or simply go Butt Naked with ‘mozzarella’, marinara sauce and fresh basil.
Compliment your wacky pizza with some saucy sides, choosing from loaded fries, ‘mozzarella’ fingers, or their delicious mac ‘n’ cheeze.
It may be a struggle, but you simply have to make room for dessert, because there’s cheezecake, cookie dough pies, peanut butter mud pies and pastel de natas on the menu. All vegan of course!
Wash this all down with a local Hackney beer, a classic cocktail or a glass of vino, and you’ve got yourself a mean meal, all made from scratch using delicious plant-based ingredients.