A new pop-up food hub has launched in King's Cross — and it's 100% vegan.
Plant-Based Pit Stop houses four popular vegan vendors within its charcoal-grey cylindrical walls and, if all goes well, it could be sticking around for a while. Let's have a look at what you can snack on...
If you're feeling extra virtuous, a Palm Greens salad bowl is the way to go. Jam-packed with goodies including roast squash, charred jalapeno houmous and miso maple vinaigrette, these bad boys make for a way more exciting lunch than your standard supermarket Caesar — and they're all completely plant-based.
Got a sweet tooth? Vida Bakery will sort you out. Its red velvet cupcakes are the stuff vegan dreams are made of and — rejoice, coeliacs — they're gluten-free to boot.
Organic cafe-with-a-conscience Mother will set you up for the day with vegan smoothies, egg-less scrambles, and frozen acai bowls, while Pipoca have brought their cruelty-free crepes north of the river to complete the line-up.
Plant-Based Pit Stop is located in the heart of King's Cross Square — just outside the train station — and is open daily from 7am. The pop up will initially be here for three months, though it's possible that its lease will be extended if it's successful. Follow @PlantBased_PitStop to stay in the loop.