It has been revealed that the chef behind CookDaily has teamed up with UK Chain Wagamama to create an exclusive vegan dish - in a move facilitated by charity Veganuary.
The new bowl will be available at the London location of CookDaily, as well as Wagamama's Noodle Lab locations in central London.
CookDaily has been featured in a number of publications including the Guardian and Vice. Top blogger Fat Gay Vegan has described the food as 'the best in London'.
According to chef King: "I’ve worked alongside Wagamama’s Executive Chef Steven Mangleshot to create an exclusive dish that will be a big game changer in 2018.
"It’s time to up the levels next year and I’m putting it out there.
"Big up Wagamama for understanding that to work with a creative individual who's changing the London culture in a positive way, you gotta see my vision, allow me to have creative input and more."
The chef also revealed he will be taking over Wagamama’s Soho branch for one night and 'turning it into a vegan evening with music and food showcasing the new bowl'.
He added: "I will be running a competition giving away a handful of tickets for this epic vegan takeover to my loyal supporters.
"Watch this space."
(Main photo credit: Jordan Hughes)
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