Say sayonara to vegan stodge; plant-based aficionados. Neat want you to walk away from lunch feeling as light as a feather and as virtuous as the items on their menu. All of the company's food is cooked from scratch using whole ingredients made in-house, or sourced locally from trusted farmers and partners, and they’ve just added a range of bolder, brighter, fresher and healthier ingredients to their dishes.

The well-worn trope of the vegan burger just got a glow-up - Neat is well aware that the tired old bean patty needed a bit of a makeover. Step forward the ‘Better Burger’ menu, all served on freshly baked brioche buns, with added twists. The signature Neat Burger ramps up the nutrient factor with a double helping of its shroom and pea protein patty, while the new Superfood Fritti Burger takes a whole chickpea superfood patty, loads it with zucchini shoestring fritti, then provides a coup de grace of cilantro-chipotle sauce and green goddess aioli.

Then brace yourself for their version of the Smash Burger; their take on the epic US trend takes a shroom and bean double patty and absolutely smashes it over high heat before smothering it in American cheese, caramelised onion and triple pickle burger sauce. Delicious.

But Neat is bringing their ethos of simplicity, honesty and transparency to its menu beyond burgers, too; think superfood salads, organic ciabatta sourced from Hackney Celtic, and fresh, homemade sauces and dressings.

Lemon drizzled over a Neat salad
Plant-based sandwiches and french fries

Dive into a flavourful Spice Market Falafel Salad, which sees house-made cumin and coriander falafel rubbing shoulders with seasonal slaw, vine-ripe tomatoes, cucumber, feta and pickled red onion, all elegantly blanketed with zingy tzatziki and spiced hummus, or get stuck into a chewy, made-to-order, artisan ciabatta loaded with feel-good combinations from Italian pepper and stracciatella to grilled Chick’n and basil pesto, or simple but fiery spicy tuna. It’s protein raised to the god tier.

And the great thing is that you don’t have to be hanging around East London to get your hip, plant-based fix; you can now access all these tasty treats in the city’s centre, from Soho to Camden and Victoria. Drop in and check them out - you’ll leave feeling full of beans (literally).

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