Burgers At New 'Seitan's Grill' Described as 'Incredible'

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Liam Swan describes the burgers as 'vegan junk food' (Photo: Instagram)

A new vegan pop-up serving seitan burgers in Gloucestershire has been described as 'incredible' by local press.

Seitan's Grill is the brainchild of 24-year-old Liam Swan, who serves the tasty treats at farmers markets in the county.

He told Gloucestershire Live: "I love vegan junk food and I want to show people that vegan food doesn't have to be tasteless, you can still have a meaty burger without the meat."

Seitan is becoming increasingly popular (Photo: Instagram)


When the team at the news outlet tried the burgers, they enjoyed them - publishing the review Seitan's Grill is Gloucestershire's newest vegan fast food brand and the burgers are incredible.

Vegetarian Mikal Ludlow said: "It was really tasty. I loved the vegan cheese. It was like a falfel, quite dry but really great. "

Louisa Baldwin added: "I’m a meat eater but I’m a big fan of veggie and vegan burgers when they are filling and spiced well. 

"The flavour of the burgers was lovely and I was particularly surprised by the vegan cheese. I wasn’t too sure about the black buns as a takeaway option as they disintegrated a little when eating it."

You can find out more about Seitan's Grill here


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