The dough balls can be ordered with vegan pestorissa dip, making the dish dairy-free, and suitable for those following a plant-based diet.
The chain has become increasingly vegan-friendly in recent times adding a spate of animal-free meals to the menu.
"Of course, it goes without saying that you don't have to be vegan to enjoy our delicious array of dairy-free dishes," the chain said in a statement sent to Plant Based News.
"There's a huge range of things to try, including our new Vegan Puttanesca – featuring meat-mimicking jackfruit, or a classic Peperonata pasta.
"With the exciting addition of a dairy-free carrot cake, there's a full house of delicious vegan options."
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