Award-Winning Restaurant Oowee Vegan Launches Third U.K Branch
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Award-Winning Restaurant Oowee Vegan Launches Third U.K Branch


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Cult restaurant Oowee Vegan, which recently scooped Deliveroo’s ‘Restaurant Of The Year’ award, is opening a third branch* in the U.K.

The eatery, which has outlets in Bristol and East London, is now expanding to Brighton.


The restaurant is making sales exclusively through Deliveroo orders, and the app’s ‘click and collect’ feature but remains closed for dine-in customers due to the coronavirus crisis.

Oowee Vegan’s menu features ‘American diner-style vegan dishes’ including plant-based burgers, fried chicken, and sriracha ‘shrimp’ loaded fries among others.

‘Mouth-watering’ food

In a statement sent to Vegan Food & Living, Founder of Oowee Vegan Verity Foss said: “Our goals are to continue to invent and create food that is mouth-watering, delicious and is something everyone can enjoy – from meat-eaters to vegans.

“We focus on creating and developing new products that are for everyone, without focussing on cliches of what vegan food used to or ‘should’ be.

“Our mission is to bring people together with our culture and our food, and having had great success with this in Bristol, we can’t wait to spread this to Brighton – and one day, the world!”

*Oowee Vegan’s third branch is located at Unit 1 Saxon Works, Olive Road, Hove, Brighton

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