Founders Of Popular Vegan Eatery Make No Bones Launch New Fast-Food Brand
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Founders Of Popular Vegan Eatery Make No Bones Launch New Fast-Food Brand


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Founders of popular vegan eatery Make No Bones have launched a new fast-food brand called Saucy.

The eatery, located in Sheffield, South Yorkshire, opened on July 31 and is currently only serving delivery via the local food app Mealbase, with more options for takeaway coming soon.

Its specialty menu includes a Kastu Burger featuring a fried chicken-style fillet housed in a fresh bun with sesame-infused slaw and Japanese curry sauce. Freshly cooked fries are available in two sizes.

‘Delicious vegan comfort food’

In a statement sent to Plant Based News, Dave Shaw, co-founder of Saucy, said: “My dream has always been to feed delicious vegan comfort food to as many people as I can.

“While our team is busy working hard behind the scenes to get Make No Bones back up and running and serving our loyal customers again, we also wanted to bring another plan to life.

Shaw added: “We designed the Saucy menu to appeal directly to the taste buds of decadent burger lovers and people who, just like me, can’t resist a hefty portion of crispy fries.”

You can follow Saucy on Instagram here

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