Prices for the vegan dishes start from £3.80 and if you’re famished, you can also get a side of vegan hash browns.
The salad is pretty similar, minus the bread; choose your ingredients, add bits of the vegan patty on top and chuck on some garlic aioli.
As for what the vegan sub tastes like, the collective response from those who tried it in the Metro.co.uk office was ‘it’s not half bad’.
Whether it’ll beat Greggs’ super popular vegan sausage roll as the nation’s new favourite vegan snack remains to be seen.
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