Glasgow vegan junk food pop-up coming to west end with burgers and loaded fries

Vegans will soon get to enjoy a mouthwatering new food pop up in the west end of Glasgow with the arrival of Rabbit Food.

Cooking the best of “junk food made from plants”, Rabbit Food have already amassed a sizeable social media following on account of their delicious-looking scran.

They specialise in “filthy” burgers and “dirty” fries, which will all be coming to 1051 GWR on Great Western Road at the start of June.

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No doubt they’ll be inundated with orders for the likes of the Parmageddon chicken burger, Mac and Jack fries, topped with signature gooey, cheesy macaro-nae cheese and house made buckfast BBQ jackfruit or the stacked ‘Livin’ Fajita Loca’ Mexican burger.

Having toured Scotland, Rabbit Food have now announced their arrival in Glasgow from June 3 to 5 and say: “Glasgow! We’re really excited about this one!



Members of the public enjoy their first drink in a beer garden at SWG3 on July 06, 2020 in Glasgow, Scotland. Beer gardens across Scotland are permitted to reopen today, as the coronavirus lockdown restrictions are eased further in the country

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“June 3rd – 5th at @1051gwr we’ll be serving up filthy burgers, dirty fries & sides!

“We can’t wait to feed you all!”

And we can’t wait either …

To find out more, you can visit Rabbit Food on Instagram here.

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