To celebrate World Vegan Day on 1st November, PizzaExpress is offering a free vegan starter with each main course purchased.
PizzaExpress was first opened by founder Peter Boizot on Wardour Street in London’s Soho in 1965, and was one of the first restaurants to start the trend of open kitchens. Since then the chain has spread globally and there are now over 600 Pizza Express restaurants around the world. In addition, 35 million of their pizzas retail in stores every year.
After announcing the release of their own vegan pizza for retail in supermarkets, and also adding a vegan carrot cake to their menu last month, the famous chain is now offering a free starter course of their iconic dough balls with a vegan pestorissa dip, a dairy-free pesto. After the starter, vegans can enjoy a range of offerings including Vegan Puttanesca with jackfruit, or a classic Peperonata pasta. And there’s the new plant-based carrot cake for dessert.
This offer is available with the purchase of a vegan main mean on 1st November.