BREAKING: Iconic Vegan Brand Temple Of Seitan Announces Opening Date Of Second Location

The eatery is famous for its fried 'chicken' style burgers
Customers love the fried 'chicken' and mac and cheese (Photo: Temple of Seitan)

Temple of Seitan has announced it will be opening a second London branch - this one will be in Camden.

Its first permanent eatery - Temple of Hackney - is a mecca for junk food-loving vegans.

The tiny eatery - in the east of the capital - serves up a range of delicious, decadent treats.

But diners often have to sit on the kerb outside as there is no indoor seating. For most, it's worth it for the vegan fried 'chicken', the burgers, mac and cheese, and crispy fries.


Now north London vegans will have their very own outlet on their doorstep.

And according to the brand's announcement on social media, it will be a 'proper restaurant' - with indoor seating.

The new location is set to open on January 31 at 103A Camley Street N1C 4PF.


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