Mouthwatering Vegan Cheeseburger Pie To Launch In London

The hybrid dish will be released later this week
The vegan comfort food will be launched on October 7 (Photo: Young Vegans)

Plant-based pie eatery Young Vegans will be releasing a cheeseburger pie in London later this week.

The decadent creation, which will launch at Hackney Downs Vegan Market, features a vegan cheeseburger inside a pie case.

Young Vegans is known for its comfort food, which feature pies served with creamy mash and gravy.

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Business owners Carla and Marco Casadei have created the dish because of their fascination with hybrid foods.

Marco Casadei told media outlet Metro: "We are currently quite obsessed with combining food concepts and the cheeseburger pie is a great example of this.

"This pie takes a lot of inspiration from rock and roll culture and excess and is by far the most calorific junk food we have ever created." 

The cheeseburger pie will be launched on October 7 at Hackney Downs Vegan Market, which takes place every Saturday between 11am and 5pm.

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