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Dine Out: Unity Diner, Spitalfields

Dine Out: Unity Diner, Spitalfields

Unity Diner has launched a 100% vegan and non-profit diner and bar in the heart of Spitalfields.

2019/11/01

Unity Diner has launched a 100% vegan and non-profit diner and bar in the heart of Spitalfields. The brand is on a mission to serve incredible plant-based comfort food, that’s not only made with love, but also directly helps bring about positive change for animals and the planet.

We were lucky enough to attend the launch party of their new venue where we tasted delights such as Prawn Tempura and Chikken Satay Skewers which were delicious and creepily similar to meat. We also enjoyed their range of creative cocktails including Piers Morgan’s Tears which changes colour when you add a vial of the daytime TV host’s ‘tears’. It is made from Gin, Cointreau, Pea Butterfly, Homemade Bay Leaf Syrup, Lime & Tonic Water.

Founded by vegan activist and enthusiast Ed Winters – otherwise known as Earthling Ed – Unity Diner’s profits go directly to an animal rights organisation, as well as the development of a brand new rescue sanctuary.

Designed for both vegans and flexitarians, Unity Diner pushes gastronomic boundaries and serves a menu of vegan alternatives to culinary classics. Its signature plate is its VFC ‘Zinga’ Burger, an entirely vegan twist on the popular Kentucky fried dish, which combines Soy Vegan Fried Chikken, a Zinga Patty, Hash Brown, Cheeze, Lettuce, Red Onion, Mayonnaise and Salsa in a bun.

For more information, visit www.unitydiner.com

Rachael Lindsay

Rachael Lindsay

Rachael is about sustainable living and loves writing about everything from veganism to eco travel. She loves running, yoga and vegan food.