Another day, another vegan announcement (if you missed yesterday’s you can check it out here) today we’re letting you know that What the Pitta, the UK’s first vegan doner kebab stall is opening their third and flagship branch in Camden on the 9th March.
Realising the benefits of a plant-based diet but missing the grilled flavours of Turkish foods, vegan Cem Yildiz, joined forces with friend, Rojdan Gul, whose uncle had been making cult vegan kebabs in Germany for years. The result was What the Pitta and a pop-up in 2016 at The Pump in Shoreditch.
The kebabs are made from non-GMO soya chunks, marinated in a blend of Middle Eastern spices, homemade humus, tzatziki and fresh salads, and wrapped in handmade bread. Also, on the menu you’ll find a Turkish pizza, baklava and a couscous salad box.
2018 it’s the second year of the vegan fast food and we’re on board.
What the Pitta Camden: Opens 9th March 2018, 89-91 Bayham Street, Camden, NW1 0AG, www.whatthepitta.com