Plant-based chain restaurant by Chloe has launched a vegan version of the traditional British roast - called the Royal Roast.
The meal is now available daily in the brand's London outlets in Covent Garden and Tower Bridge.
According to the outlet, the dish is its take on 'the quintessential Great British Roast'.
A spokesperson for the brand said: "Building on the success of its classic Fish N' Chips, by CHLOE.'s Royal Roast will now be available daily in stores.
"The entirely plant-based take on a traditional British dish is made up of sea-salt roasted celery root and served with the classic accompaniments of glazed carrots, green beans, thyme potatoes, Yorkshire pudding and rosemary gravy.
"The Royal Roast is priced at £9.95 and available at by CHLOE. One Tower Bridge as well as its flagship in Covent Garden."
*This article was updated on 06/22/18 to correct the location of the Tower Bridge outlet.
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