Temple Of Seitan Is Now Offering A Vegan Version Of Legendary KFC 'Double Down' Burger

Vegan junk food lovers can now get their mitts on the Double Down seitan burger
The seitan burger is featured on the shop's secret menu (Photo: Temple of Seitan Instagram)

London comfort food eatery Temple of Seitan has added a vegan version of the popular KFC Double Down burger to its secret menu.

The fried 'chicken' shop, which is based in Hackney, has taken to social media to make the announcement, letting in its followers to the secret menu dish.


The bunless burger features vegan cheese and bacon with a buffalo sauce, stuffed between two crispy seitan fillets.

The Instagram announcement reads: "You’ve probably seen the billboards all over London hyping the return of this bad boy. 

"Come eat it vegan instead, it’ll be on the secret menu until further notice..."


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