What The Pitta's first permanent vegan kebab restaurant will be in Camden

what the pitta opens in camden

What: What The Pitta

In a nutshell: Vegan kebabs go permanent

Summing it all up: Boxpark vegan favourites What The Pitta are putting down roots and opening their first restaurant in Camden so North Londoners can get their grill on.


The low-down

The march of the vegan movement is unstoppable it seems. But if there's a trend this year, 2018 marks the point at which they branched out from the health food scene and fully embraced fast and street food.

Riding that tide is a couple of British-Turkish pals Cem Yildiz and Rojdan Gul who are the folk behind What The Pitta. They already have two spots at Boxpark Shoreditch and Croydon and now they've decided to open their first permanent restaurant in Camden.

As for what's in the kebabs, expect non-GMO soya chunks, marinated in a blend of Middle Eastern spices and grilled before being stuffed into the handmade pitta bread and loaded with homemade hummus, tzatziki and salad.

Are they any good? Well their many fans on social seem to think so.

Prices for their doner start at £7.95, the menu also lamachcun (Turkish pizza), a couscous salad box and even vegan baklava.


More about What The Pitta

Where is it? 89-91 Bayham St, Camden Town, London NW1 0AG

When does it open? 9 March 2018

Find out more: Visit their website or follow them on Twitter @whatthepitta


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