Italian plant-based burger concept, Flower Burger, will launch their first London site in the heart of Fitzrovia on the iconic Charlotte Street. The restaurant will initially open for takeaway and collection only, on Tuesday 21st January, with plans in place to open the restaurant in Spring 2021.
Flower Burger is a 100% natural, plant-based fast-food concept serving colourful vegan burgers and offering a vibrant menu filled with Instagrammable burgers across 14 international outlets in Italy and France.
The buns range from the turmeric’s vivid yellow colour, to the violet tones of the cherry and the purple of black carrot extract. New to the menu and created in honour of the UK site will be the Jungle Burger; served in a green bun made with turmeric and spirulina, a red bean and oat patty, lettuce, tomatoes, courgettes, Flower cheddar and wild smoky BBQ sauce. Further classic Flower Burgers on offer will include the Cherry Bomb, featuring a lentil and basmati rice patty in a pink bun coloured with beetroot and the signature Flower Burger, with a seitan and red kidney bean patty served in a purple bun. Burgers are paired with a selection of sides including Potato Wedges, Edamame and Patatas Bravas. Vegan desserts will also be on the menu such as the Coco-nuts, a raw vegan dessert made with creamy coconut heart between nut grains in espresso coffee, cocoa roasted hazel nuts and a vegan chocolate glaze and Chocolate Salami, made with dark chocolate, soy milk, whole wheat biscuits with oat flakes. The buns and patties are produced in-house using fresh vegetables, cereals, legumes and without the use of chemical additives and aromas.
With plans to open in the Spring, the playful space which has been designed in partnership with Italian Architect, Andrea Langhi, will be extremely colourful and filled with kaleidoscopic graphics mixed with a touch of flower power. The site is spread across two floors, with a mural of the Beatles’ iconic yellow submarine dominating the walls in the basement. Small tables and sharing tables covered with psychedelic designs will dot both the upstairs and downstairs rooms, with modernist, Eames style chairs and colourful counter seating. In one corner of the basement there will be a swing table; surrounded by four candy coloured swinging chairs suspended from a large metal frame. The space will seat 65 guests across the two floors (30 with social distancing rules) and there will be a fully heated and covered terrace on Charlotte Street accommodating 8 tables.
Flower Burger’s Founder and Managing Director Matteo Toto comments: “People do not always associate vegan food with fun and enjoyment. Flower Burger is about changing this perception, with a psychedelic brand and restaurant décor that fits a natural, great tasting and unique product that we produce ourselves. We have an ambitious and strong opening plan with the mission to bring a year-long summer atmosphere in all our future locations with passion and love. An inclusive, universal, colourful and playful love that spreads like music and brings cheer”
Flower Burger will launch on Tuesday 21st January 2021 for takeaway and collection only with plans in place for full delivery service by early February 2021.
Address: 43 Charlotte Street, Fitzrovia, London, W1T 1RS
Social Media: @flower_burger_uk