New Vegan Pizzeria Opens In London - 90% Of Customers Are Non-Vegans

The outlet, in Hackney, offers a range of vegan pizza toppings, including cheese, white sauces, and potatoes among others
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Three of the pizzas on offer (Photo: Lollipop)

A new vegan pizzeria has opened in London - and according to its founders, the majority of customers are non-vegan.

Saint, in Hackney, was opened by hospitality group Lollipop, which owns a range of 'interactive' experience restaurants including ABQ London, The Bletchley, The Bunyadi (London’s Naked Restaurant) and The Grid.

It's newest venture offers pizza with a range of vegan cheese and meats, as well as salads, and cocktails.

Vegan pizza restaurant Saint

The pizza is cooked in a woodfired oven (Photo: Lollipop)

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"Lollipop is delighted to announce the official launch of Saint – our stone-baked sourdough vegan pizzeria in London," a spokesperson told Plant Based News.

"We want to keep this very short and give you a simple fact: 90 percent of our customers are non-vegans and they keep coming back.

"The idea behind Saint is very simple: we took the world's most loved food, made it vegan using authentic and local ingredients, kept the same Napolitano spirit and spiced it up with a fun venue playing hip-hop music and serving smashing cocktails."

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