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Plant-based concept Clean Kitchen launches at Camden’s Buck Street Market

Its menu includes their beetroot bun chick’n burger, truffle burger, and ‘Plant Girl Summer’ meal deals.

Plant-based concept Clean Kitchen has launched its first permanent space at Camden’s Buck Street Market.

Co-founded by former YouTuber Michael Pearce and TV personality Verity Bowditch, the concept was established as a dark kitchen in 2020, during the first COVID lockdown. The restaurant is set over two floors and caters up to 54 covers.

The menu includes their beetroot bun chick’n burger, truffle burger, and ‘Plant Girl Summer’ meal deals, as well as vegan bacon mac n cheese, no-chicken katsu bowls, and no meat meatballs.
 
“To have a permanent space in a destination that promotes shared values, in London’s most forward-thinking neighbourhood, is a great step for our brand. Clean Kitchen makes vegan food and drink exciting from breakfast through to dinner, and we cannot wait to showcase our menu to Camden’s visitors,” Bowditch said in a statement.

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