Fish & Chip Shop Offers Extensive “Mouth-Watering” Vegan Menu
A fish and chip restaurant in Scotland has surprised customers by creating an extensive vegan menu, featuring nearly 30 options.
Gino’s Fryer in Ayrshire, Scotland, has traditionally served up animal dishes, such as burgers, sausages, and fish. The restaurant is now offering a wide range of “mouth-watering” meat-free options for those who want to dine plant-based.
The vegan menu includes fish, crab cakes, calamari, scampi, prawns, chicken nuggets, sausages, and more. Customers can also enjoy plant-based versions of black pudding and haggis, which are Scottish favorites.
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Gino’s Fryer has assured customers that “all vegan items are stored and cooked separately, using separate batter & utensils.”
The town of Ayrshire is famous for its award-winning beaches, which are a popular tourist destination year-round.
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