A new vegan burger is debuting in Oxford and London, with the dish using the Moving Mountains B12 Burger. This burger patty is the UK equivalent to the Beyond Burger, and the dish is called the Vegan Mac Daddy and will be served at Dirty Bones.
This is the first time that the Moving Mountains B12 Burger is sold at a non-vegetarian and vegan restaurant, after it was served in the Dalston branch at Mildreds for a short period of time.
Dirty Bones run weekly vegan pop-up events called Dirty Vegan, where the staff vegan-ise the most popular items on the menu. However, this burger is believed to be a permanent part of the menu alongside some of the regular vegan items.
Talking to Plant Based News, Cokey Sulkin, founder and operations director of Dirty Bones said: “We’ve been getting lots of requests for a vegan-friendly version of our best-selling Mac Daddy burger, and we’re thrilled to have created something that allows everyone from vegans to health-conscious, part-time vegetarians to enjoy our most popular dish.
“We’re really excited to the first non-vegetarian restaurant group to carry the Moving Mountains B12 Burger and have spent a lot of time creating something that stays true to Dirty Bones’ signature style – creative, comforting and only comprised of the finest quality ingredients.”
The Vegan Mac Daddy burger will have vegan mac and cashew cheese on top of a B12 burger with espresso barbecue sauce, topped with mushrooms on a hamburger bun. On the first day of the launch Dirty Bones are offering 50 per cent off to celebrate the new dish.
The burger will be available from June 1st in all five of the Dirty Bones restaurants.