Lewis Hamilton-backed Neat Burger launches fifth London site

The company is looking to open additional sites in Westfield Stratford, Canary Wharf, Bishopsgate​​, Kings Road, and Ealing.

Neat Burger, the plant-based restaurant group backed by Lewis Hamilton, is slated to launch its fifth site, located on Buckingham Palace Road in Victoria.

The 50-cover restaurant will serve a menu of meat-free dishes including The Big Stack; Filet-No-Fish; and the Neat Dog as well as its bread-free burger bowls.

"We are thrilled to launch a new site in Victoria, with the hope to encourage both plant-based diners and meat eaters alike to visit and sample our delicious vegan burgers and sides, whilst having an actively positive impact on the planet," co-founder Zack Bishti said.

The company is looking to open additional sites in Westfield Stratford, Canary Wharf, Bishopsgate​​, Kings Road, and Ealing.

Neat Burger expects to have a portfolio of around 20 UK restaurants ​​by next year. Recently, it signed a partnership with dark kitchen operator Reef Technology with plans to expand its dark kitchen presence and has signed franchise deals in Italy, the Gulf, and the United States.

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