Neat Burger launches grab and go format

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Neat Burger launches grab and go format

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Vegan fast food brand Neat Burger has resumed its expansion push in the UK with the opening of two sites this month, including a new format.

The plant-based burger group, which is backed by stars including Leonardo DiCaprio and Lewis Hamilton, has opened venues in Dalston and Boxpark Wembley, taking its estate to nine in the capital.

The Dalston restaurant takes a new grab and go format with customers able to place their order using a kiosk or get it delivered via its partners at Deliveroo, Uber Eats or Just Eat.

Neat Burger currently operates nine sites in London, in Camden, Dalston, Soho, Oxford Circus, Westfield Stratford City, Canary Wharf, Victoria, Boxpark Wembley, and Liverpool Street as well as one in Dubai Mall and another in New York.

Earlier this year, the group said it planned further international expansion after raising $18m​ in its latest funding round with a further presence in the Middle East and a move into Italy on the cards.

The new openings mark a return to Neat Burger’s expansion plans in the UK after experiencing slower growth than initially intended. In 2021, Zack Bishti, Neat Burger co-founder and CEO, told Restaurant​ that he expected Neat Burger to have 20 restaurant sites across the UK by the end of 2022​, growing to 30 by the third quarter of 2023.

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