—3 Plant-Based Dishes You Need To Try This Veganuary

New year, new diet. The first month in the year marks the start of Veganuary, an annual challenge that encourages people worldwide to try veganism for 31 days. The challenge hit a record-breaking number of sign ups last year, with over half a million people taking the pledge. Veganuary’s mission is clear; to inspire and support people’s plant-based diets, drive corporate change and create a mass movement to end animal farming, protect the planet and improve worldwide health. So, if going vegan for January was one of your 2022 resolutions, we have a range of vegan-friendly dishes for you to try at Fulham Broadway.

Tempura F-ish + Bang Bang Yaki-imo

As we enter a New Year, we also say hello to Wagamama’s Veganuary exclusive. Created to inspire anyone’s tastebuds to give plants a go, no matter your dietary preferences, tempura f-ish + bang bang yaki-imo – available exclusively for this month only. It’s Wagamama’s Japanese-inspired take on the British classic, fish and chips. Rich and heart warming enough to tempt even the biggest meat lovers to make a sustainable swap. 


Vegan Giardiniera

With 2021 truly behind us and more research being published encouraging us to try a plant-based diet, it’s the perfect opportunity to explore the vegan options at PizzaExpress. However, with a host of delicious options available, it can be difficult to choose your favourite! We’d recommend trying their Vegan Giardiniera, topped with artichoke, mushrooms, red onion and black olives, with tomato and a vegan mozzarella alternative. It’s a match-made in heaven for any foodie trying to live a more plant-based lifestyle.


Humous & Falafel Mezze

It’s always Veganuary at Pret and they’ve got plant-based options for your meat free Mondays, Sundays and every day in between. Try one of their vegan classics, like the Humous & Falafel Mezze. Featuring sweet potato falafel and a dollop of humous, and served with brown rice and red quinoa mixed with fresh mint & parsley.