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A vegan night market is coming (back) to London

Evening Standard logo Evening Standard 12/10/2017 Luke Abrahams

© Provided by Evening Standard Limited Vegan? Well, we’ve got a serious vegetrip for you: a leafy night garden market in east London.

Remember when vegan café Cookdaily put on that night market at Truman Brewery a while back? It was so popular, there were lines to Aldgate and back! If you missed it, you’re in luck, because a new edition returns to Shoreditch. on November 23. Text all your friends now.

And if you haven’t got a clue what we’re on about, eyes peeled: it’s a plant-based food temple run by King Cook – the chef that’s got thousands of followers on Instagram. He’s a big deal in the vegan world, basically.

So, what can you expect? The menu is hush hush at the moment, but you can expect the likes of ‘Yoga Fire’, a seriously nommish dish made out of spiced chickpeas, sweet potato curry and dhal. The ever so on trend, Rainbowl – a kaleidoscopic stir fry (unicorns included). 

FOOD | YUM! Delicious sandwiches and salads by @eatchayclub catch them next month at #vegannights

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And last but not least, a full English. No, you didn’t read that wrong. Tofu eggs, greens, veggie sausages and beacon (we’ll let you guess what the ‘bea’ in the 'acon' is).

We’re struggling with vegan jokes right now, so if you’ve got any, feel free to lettuce us know in the comments. 

Find Vegan Nights at Boiler House, 152c Brick Lane, E1 6RU on November 23.

Related: How to Make Jackfruit Taquitos (Provided by Cooking Light)


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