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VEGAN CRISPY FRIED JACKFRUIT BURGERS

Our signature since ‘17: Flavour-packed vegan burgers with maximum indulgence and minimal junk.
Get jacked.

TENDERLY SUCCULENT, SERIOUSLY CRUNCHY

Our chicken-inspired Crispy Fried Jackfruit Burgers have been using the same taste-tingling OG recipe since our first street food stall. Juicy jackfruit meets crunchy panko breadcrumbs for the ultimate meat-free burger, flavoured with a top secret blend of herbs and spices.

And of course, being burgers, they bang between buns, but our Crispy Fried Jackfruit goes further: from katsus and baos to Caesar salads and schnitzels – we’ve never met a flavour we don’t like.

If they say you can’t turn fruit into a burger, they haven’t met our burgers

- Biff Bloom-Burrows, co-founder and burger obsessive

PLANT-BASED BURGERS, ACTUALLY FROM PLANTS

We might have been called ‘Vegan Junk Food Gods’ before, but there’s no junk in this burger trunk: we’ve created these patties from fruit, not weird stuff.

Handmade from over 50% jackfruit, we take fresh AF young green fruit from farm co-ops in Vietnam, and combine with natural flavours like mushrooms- meaning it’s soy, GMO, and methylcellulose free as well as delicious.

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BURGER SEARCHER?

FIND OUR PATTIES ALL OVER

Whether you’re the cooking type or prefer someone to do the heavy bun toasting, we’re hijacking menus and shelves from Aberdeen to Guernsey – and beyond.

HACK SOME JACK WITH OUR RECIPES

Burger making is an art form and plant based patties are no different. Luckily, chief burger slinger Biff and the team are sharing the intel: from the pickle pop of a Big Jack to the chipotle mayo kick of the Hot As Hell, we’re sharing the best vegan burger builds in town.

But we don’t stop there. From a sublime Katsu Curry to the ridiculously delicious Burger Loaded Pizza – we’ve got a whole heap of recipes inspired by cuisines around the world for whatever mood takes you.

See for yourself what all the hype is about.

Our Recipes