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Fast Food

Vegan Fast Food Shop Really Happy Chicken Ranked 1st on ‘UK’s Top 40 Burger Bucket List’

American style vegan fast food shop Really Happy Chicken has landed at first place on the ‘UK’s top 40 burger bucket list’ with its plant-based Sticky Burger. Debuting in Brighton in 2020, Really Happy Chicken is known for its KFC-inspired menu and South American fast food flair. Selling out within just four hours on its opening day in 2020, the vegan chicken shop serves burgers, grilled wraps, fried vegan chicken wings, and more. Burger bucket list Stag party organiser StagWeb praised Really Happy Chicken on its bucket list saying that its plant-based Sticky Burger is “the perfect blend of sweet and savoury with the sticky BBQ sauce and seriously good vegan chicken”. Really Happy Chicken describes its Sticky Burger as a “crispy, golden fried vegan …


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Food & Beverage

Flower Burger to Open More Los Angeles Locations in 2022

International burger concept Flower Burger plans to grow its brand and open more restaurants across the LA region in 2022. The Italian chain is known for its striking rainbow buns made from natural ingredients like turmeric, spirulina, beetroot extract, and cherry powder. Founded in Milan in 2015, the singular concept now has 20 locations across Italy, France, the UK, the Netherlands and most recently, the United States. Flower Burger arrived in Los Angeles this past spring as a takeout-only kitchen before launching a brick-and-mortar location at 640 N Robertson Blvd, West Hollywood. Now, the made-for-Instagram burger shop is planning to take on LA’s famous burger culture by opening multiple new restaurants in the city throughout 2022.  Custom Made Ingredients From the vibrant buns to special …


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Gastronomy & Food Service

Flower Burger to Open Second UK Location in Brighton for its Rainbow Burgers

After the successful opening of its first UK store in London, the colorful plant-based burger concept Flower Burger is opening a second location in Brighton. Flower Power boasts highly instagrammable rainbow burgers made of all-natural, vegan ingredients. The Italian plant-based brand opened its Charlotte Street, Fitzrovia location in Spring 2021, joining 20 international outlets, including Amsterdam, London, Los Angeles, Marseille, and Milan. Guests can enjoy a playful space filled with kaleidoscopic graphics at the new Brighton restaurant, based on North Street and opening this November.   Flower Burger has garnered fans across the world with its vibrant vegan burgers, using natural colours like turmeric, spirulina, cherry, and black carrot to create its made-in-house buns, complete with burger patties of seitan and lentils, as well as plant-based …