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Bad Vegan aims to make vegan cuisine more accessible by including a limited amount of non-vegan toppings or sides for a sense of familiarity.
Jane Imrie

Tom Kerridge’s new vegan fast food brand to join Camden’s Buck Street Market

A plant-based fast food restaurant co-founded by Michelin-starred chef Tom Kerridge is set to launch in an ‘eco-conscious’ London market.

LabTech, owner of Camden Market, has announced the opening of Tom Kerridge’s restaurant Bad Vegan at Buck Street Market.

The fast food restaurant, which aims to make vegan cuisine more accessible by including a limited amount of non-vegan toppings or sides for a sense of familiarity, has taken two of Buck Street Market’s shipping containers, covering 415 sq ft on its top floor.

Tom Kerridge, who co-founded Bad Vegan alongside brand creator Mark Emms, explained: “When designing the menu, we knew we wanted to create something that brought out the delicious flavours of seasonable vegetables, whilst ensuring that it would be filling and affordable for a large audience.

“The ‘Taternator’ is a totally new dish and one we’re excited for people to try, and we are delighted to be open and serving it at Buck Street Market.”

Commenting on the opening, Maggie Milosavljevic, LabTech’s Commercial Director, said: “Buck Street Market is very much at the forefront of plant-based progression in the UK, both in dining and retail.

“The Bad Vegan concept – aiming to normalise vegan food for meat-eaters while delivering what is fundamentally a great vegan product – is an ethos that will work well here, with our forward-thinking, open-minded visitors.

“We are excited to see them open and operating, and part of our Buck Street Market ecosystem.”

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