Vegan Burger Delivery Service Launches In India

The new Indian delivery service features nine plant-based burgers on its menu
The plant-based burgers are made from ingredients such as jackfruit and sweet potato‚Äć

A new service that delivers vegan burgers has arrived in Mumbai, India.

The eatery, Vegan Burger Kitchen, features nine burgers on its menu - all made using locally-sourced and organic produce.

There are also two desserts on offer: a vegan chocolate brownie and a coconut chocolate bar.

Burgers

The plant-based burgers have been described by Indian media outlet Mid-day as 'burgers that will make you fit'.

Dishes include BBQ Pulled Jackfruit Burger, Cauliflower and Red Lentil Burger, and the Asian-style Sweet Potato and Peanut Burger, among others.

The menu also boasts tempting drinks including iced tea and cold brews.

Vegan Burger Kitchen delivers to Bandra West, Khar West, Santacruz West from 12pm to 11am (closed Tuesdays).

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