Vegan Pie And Mash Eatery Opens In London

The innovative eatery will also be adding an exciting new dish to its menu this weekend
The vegan shop now has its own permanent spot (Photo: Young Vegans)

Vegan pie and mash shop Young Vegans has opened its doors, making it the first eatery of its kind in London's Camden.

Following two years of serving decadent plant-based fare as a pop-up, owners Carla and Marco Casadei have launched their permanent site in Camden Lock Market.

Young Vegans is known for its pies, including the seitan and ale, curry, sweet potato - which are served with creamy mash and gravy - as well as its all-day breakfast options.

The innovative shop has also made waves recently when it released a vegan cheeseburger pie.

The infamous cheeseburger pie (Photo: Young Vegans)

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In celebration of World Vegan Day on November 1, the eatery will also be launching a limited edition mac & cheese pie.

Young Vegans will continue to trade at the Hackney Downs Vegan Market every Saturday.

The pie and mash shop will also add a brand new item to its menu this weekend (October 27), a pie in honor of high profile blogger Fat Gay Vegan - called Dia Del Fat Gay Vegan - which consists of seitan carnitas, refried black beans, cheese topped with vegan sour cream, and served with hash browns.

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