GIVEAWAY: Win Tickets To Wagamama's Vegan Hangout 'Valentine Edition'

The exclusive event is an opportunity to enjoy good food and network with like-minded herbivores
The evening will offer the chance to spend time with like-minded people and enjoy tasty food

PBN has four tickets - which include a free meal - up for grabs for an exclusive vegan event at Wagamama.

The vegan hangout Valentine Edition takes place on February 12 at Wagamama Covent Garden.

Hosted by prolific vegan entrepreneur Loui Blake, the hangout is a celebration of all things vegan, where you can enjoy delicious plant-based dishes with a network of like-minded and influential herbivores.

Food on offer will include the Seitan Katsu Curry, and the Mango + Matcha Millefeuille - currently both on trial exclusively at Wagamama's Noodle Lab locations.

Win tickets

For your chance of winning, just pop over to PBN's Instagram page, and comment on this post, tagging yourself and a friend.

If you don't win you can book tickets here (but be quick - as they are sure to run out soon).  Tickets are free, but non-winners will have to pay for their meal.

All food and drink at the event will be vegan-friendly.

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