TGI Fridays Introduces Vegan Options To UK Locations Nationwide

The updated menu includes five fully vegan dishes
Smoked Tomato Bruschetta is just one of five new vegan dishes (Photo: Instagram)

TGI Fridays has added five completely vegan menu options to menus across the UK.

Having already hopped on the Meatless Monday bandwagon, and introduced the Beyond Burger in the US - the popular American chain is bringing its UK locations up to speed.

Updated Menus

The entirely plant-based range includes Smoked Tomato Bruschetta, Roasted Veg Alfredo Pasta, Garlic Ciabatta Bread, Avocado Houmous, and a Garlic Veg Fajita.

The updated menus mark vegan options with the code 'VG', and have a number of options marked 'V' for vegetarian - with pricing starting at just £3.49, for the Garlic Ciabatta Bread.

Also offered are a number of vegan side dishes, such as Asian Slaw and Crispy Fries.

The chain offers the Beyond Burger at over 450 locations in the US (Photo: Facebook)

Growing demand

TGI Fridays UK's Head of Food and Drink and new menu creator, Terry McDowell said 'the time was right' to meet growing demand for vegan products.

He added: "Fridays is all about being inclusive and the latest menu change allows us to cater to everyone who wants to try Fridays' famous, bold flavors."

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