Kent Hospitality has released new menus across their Canterbury and Medway outlets, increasing their vegan options available. Their efforts have been recognised by PETA, who have included the University of Kent on their list of 20 Most Vegan-Friendly Universities.
Origins Bar & Grill in Darwin College (Canterbury) now serve eight vegan main meals, including meat-free ‘beef’ burgers, bean chilli and meat-free ‘chicken’ nachos.
The Street Kitchen on Jarman Plaza continues to serve a vegan option on its weekly menu, with dishes ranging from pakora burgers to Malaysian curries.
The Galvanising Shop Café and No1 (Medway) have plenty of vegan options for breakfast and lunch, including vegan sausage and cheese paninis, dairy-free breakfast pots and toasties packed with marinated vegetables.
PETA Director Elisa Allen: ‘Students in the UK are going vegan in huge numbers, and it’s great to see universities joining the revolution. PETA commends the University of Kent for offering “healthy and delicious vegan food options that everyone can enjoy.’
A list of all vegan options available at Kent Hospitality outlets is available on the UniKentFood blog.
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