The KFC vegan burger is back - here’s when and where you can buy it

The vegan burger returns as a permanent fixture to the menu in 73 restaurants UK-wide (Photo: KFC)The vegan burger returns as a permanent fixture to the menu in 73 restaurants UK-wide (Photo: KFC)
The vegan burger returns as a permanent fixture to the menu in 73 restaurants UK-wide (Photo: KFC)

Vegans can, once again, look forward to tucking into the KFC vegan burger, as it will soon be back on the menu at selected stores.

From Monday 24 August, the fast food chain is bringing back its original recipe vegan burger to outlets where it was most popular.

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After a brief hiatus, the vegan burger returns as a permanent fixture to the menu in 73 restaurants UK-wide - and KFC has promised that more plant-based options will be coming to its menu in the future.

What is on the vegan burger?

As before, meat-free fans can expect a bespoke Quorn fillet, coated in the famous original recipe herbs and spices, topped with fresh iceberg lettuce, vegan mayo, served in a soft glazed bun.

A KFC spokesperson said, “Our vegan and flexitarian fans were sadly denied their favourite meat-free treat during lockdown, but now it’s back and it’s time to celebrate.

“Our kitchen teams having been working hard to adapt to the new safety measures in restaurants, but we reckon now is the right time to unleash one of our fan favourites. We can’t wait to reunite with our vegan friends – we’ve missed you.”

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Fans of the 80 piece popcorn chicken sharing bucket can also look forward to its return on Monday 24 August.

Where will the KFC vegan burger be available?

The selected 73 KFC restaurants have been chosen in line with where the vegan burger was most popular, but also where it can be served responsibly in line with KFC’S safety procedures.

To get your hands on the meat-free burger, visit any of the following restaurants:

Glasgow – Argyle Street

Glasgow – Sauchiehall Street

Glasgow – Pollokshaws Road

Aberdeen – Union Street

Edinburgh – Meadowbank Retail Park

Northampton – Riverside Retail Park

Hull – The Beacon

Lincoln – High Street

London – Kings Cross

Camden – High Street

Dover – Honey Wood Retail Park

London – Southampton Row

Brighton – London Road

Bournemouth – The Triangle

Margate – High Street

Poole – Wessex Gate Retail Park

Broadstairs – Westwood Retail Park

Birmingham – Great Bridge Retail Pk

Portsmouth – Pompey Centre

Hulme – Greenheys Lane West

Hamilton – Palace Grounds Retail Pk

Romford – Colchester Road


Manchester – Ashton Retail Park

Colliers Wood – Chapter Way

Manchester Fort Shopping Park

Old Kent Road

Walsall – Junction 10 M6 Services

Tyburn – Kingsbury Road

London Waterloo

Norwich – Mile Cross Lane

Bristol – Union Street

Leicester – Narborough Road

Cobham Services

Swindon – Delta Park

Ipswich – Bury Road

South Kensington – Gloucester Road

Cardiff – Excelsior Road

Cardiff – Queen Street

Swansea – Morfa Shopping Park

Birmingham – Martineau Place

Kidderminster – Stourport Road

Preston – Ashton on Ribble

Bristol – Avonmeads Retail Park

Derby – Foresters Leisure Park

Wrexham – St Georges Crescent

Nottingham – Milton Street

Croydon – Colonnades Leisure Park

Purley – Purley Parade

Brighton – Western Road

Southend – Greyhound Trading Park

Braintree – Galleys Island

Lancaster – Penny Street

Sheffield – Penistone Road

Sheffield – Barnsley Road

Sheffield – West Street

Coventry – Tile Hill

Leeds – Kirkstall Road

Aintree – Grand National Avenue

Liverpool – Chaloner Street

Beeston – White Rose Shopping Centre

Wolverhampton – Penn Road Retail Park

Sunderland – Thomsen Retail Park

Stourbridge – St Johns Road

Durham – City Retail Park

Byker – Shields Road

Gateshead – Metro Centre Blue

Birchanger Green – M11 Services

South Mimms – M25 Services

Manchester Arndale

Gorleston on Sea – High Street

Great Yarmouth – Regent Road

Plymouth – Marsh Mills

A version of this article originally appeared on The Scotsman

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