Patty&Bun will be adding to the Veganuary hype with an EPIC plant-based special. The new one-off burger will be joining the menu, alongside their regular knockout vegan offering, for one month only.

The ‘Plantony Worrall Thompson’ will be priced at £11.50 and feature a Plant Based Patty, American Cheese, Fried Rosti, Confit Tomatoes, Aioli and Pickled Red Onions served in a bun. 

The burger will be available at all Patty&Bun sites and on delivery too from January 4th together with their plant-based classics including a vegan version of their infamous ’Smokey Robinson’, ‘Ari Gold’ Cheeseburger and ‘Hot Chic’ Chicken Burger plus vegan Brisket Loaded Chips and vegan chicken tenders.

Patty&Bun will also be running a giveaway with Future Farms. An exclusive ‘green card’ will be up for grabs for one lucky winner who will receive free Patty&Bun for A WHOLE YEAR.

Dry January

Going dry for January? Patty&Bun will be teaming up with awarding winning alcohol-free beer brand Big Drop. Throughout the month, teetotallers will be able to buy a burger and chips and get a free Big Drop Pine Trail Pale Ale every Tuesday between 12-3pm. Making Dry January a little easier for those who usually enjoy a Patty Pils alongside their burgers.

From January, Patty&Bun will also start stocking London’s favourite ice cream sandwich makers – the perfect end to any meal. 

All sites will stock East Side Vegan – (Corn and Cashew ‘ice cream’, smokey salted caramel, with Lacey miso and corn cookie) with ‘The Gay One’ (vanilla milk ice cream and honeycomb salted caramel parfait layers encased in original 42% milk chocolate and malt crumbs)available at Brighton, Old Compton St, Richmond Road, and The Malty One (Malted milk parfait in a crunchy oat biscuit rolled in malt crumbs, half dipped in 55% milk chocolate) at Kingly St, James St, Liverpool St, London Bridge, TVC.