Vegan fast food chain Oowee opens in Brighton

DOZENS of people lined up to get a free burger at a new vegan restaurant.

Vegan fast food chain Oowee opened its first Brighton branch on Market Street, giving free burgers to its first 100 customers.

The restaurant also offered its first 15 customers free permanent tattoos as part of its opening party, with a DJ and merchandise available for purchase along with its menu of plant-based burgers, fried chick’n and dirty fries.

Charlie Watson, co-founder of the restaurant, said: “We can’t wait to help change the way people look at plant-based meals and affirm that vegan meals can be enjoyed by meat eaters just as much as vegans can.”

The Argus: Earlier this week, people thronged the restaurant to celebrate Oowee's soft launchEarlier this week, people flocked to the restaurant to celebrate Oowee’s soft launch

He said the restaurant, the first outside of London and the founding city of Bristol, will focus on “quality, taste and innovation”.

The chain is also giving away a “Green Card” that entitles you to eat in the restaurant for free for a whole month.

Customers must sign up for an email newsletter before September 15 to receive any of the ten cards. Vegan fast food chain Oowee opens in Brighton

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