Vegan Night Market To Open In London This Month

'Vegan Nights' will be open for one night only on September 28
Cook Daily will also be serving its decadent vegan eats at the market (Photo: King Cook Daily)

A vegan night market will be opening on London's Brick Lane later this month.

Called Vegan Nights, the upcoming vegan market is a takeover by famed Shoreditch eatery Cook Daily.


The Vegan Nights line-up also includes highly popular Temple Of Seitan - which will be serving treats including seitan steaks and 'chocolate mylkshakes'.

Pomodoro E Basilico, Biff's Jack Shack, and Little Leaf Food will also be joining the bill.

The market will be open for one night only on September 28, from 5pm-10-pm.

You can find out more about the event here.


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