Popeyes Has Unveiled Its UK Menu, And It's Got Everything From Vegan Burgers To Hand-Battered Chicken

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Popeyes Has Unveiled Its UK Menu, And It's Got Everything From Vegan Burgers To Hand-Battered Chicken

Back in September, Popeyes confirmed plans to open 350 new UK restaurants in the next 10 years, with the very first one launching later this month.

And after weeks of waiting, we've finally caught wind of the menu. Featuring everything from hand-battered chicken pieces to the brand's first ever vegan burger, there really is something for everyone.

First and foremost, there's the food chain's classic hand-battered chicken. Marinated for 12 hours in a blend of herbs and spices, available as classic or spicy – you'll be able to find chicken tenders, hot wings, burgers and more.

Next up, it's Popeyes first EVER vegan burger. And it's rolling out in the UK before anywhere else in the world. Cool, huh?

Named the Creole Red Bean Sandwich, it will feature a 100% plant-based red bean patty, lettuce, tomato and Creole sauce in a soft brioche bun.

Photo credit: Popeyes
Photo credit: Popeyes

Familiar with Popeyes extensive sauce range? Then you'll be pleased to hear that they're coming to the UK too! We're talking Mardi Gras Mustard, Bold BBQ, Mango Habanero, Ranch and even Megan Thee Stallion's very own 'Hottie Sauce.'

If you've got a sweet tooth, then you're also in luck because Popeyes is bringing its famous handspun shakes including the iconic Lotus Biscoff and Oreo flavours, alongside a selection of classic sundaes.

Either way, there's plenty of crossovers with the US menu as well as some UK exclusives, so we're desperate to give the latest chicken giant a go...

Popeyes® UK Westfield Stratford City will be open to the public from 20 November, with more locations expected to be announced imminently. Customers will also be able to order via Popeyes website and app.

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