The best places to grab a vegan hot dog in Leeds

All the vegan hot dogs and ‘not-dogs’ you could wish for in Leeds.

It’s National Hot Dog day.

Vegan hot dogs have been trending for a few months now and we’re really excited about them. Replacing that (who knows which) meat with plant-based goodness has reignited the flavoursome potential for the classic American dish and now you can get just about any variation you like.

Whether you’re a long-time vegan or scranning your way through a plant-based phase, here are our top picks to try in and around Leeds.

Knave’s Kitchen

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Home of the dogging club, Knave’s Kitchen offers a rotating range of vegan hot dogs where the flavours change by the month. Previous favourites like the Clifford the Big Red Dog have been made from patatas bravas topping a vegan bratwurst with chorizo seitan and more.

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Fat Annies

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Over at the Kirkgate Markets, Fat Annies is a hidden treasure every vegan needs to have on their agenda. The stall made made the decision to go meat and meat product free in November 2020 after reading a UN Climate report and have gone from strength to strength ever since. Their menu features hot dogs and fries, but it’s their hot dogs that have saved us from hangovers many a time.

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The lavish Greek Street bar is inspired by the big apple, so it makes sense for the luxe eatery to offer some of America’s finest foods and their vegan hot dogs are no exception. The All American Hot Dog is ten inches of meat-free goodness. A Moving Mountains plant-based dog in a brioche bun, vegan cheese, pickles, jalapeños and all the sauces you need: ketchup, French’s mustard and mayo, served with fries. Available on the bottomless brunch and regular menu, pair with as many drinks as you desire.

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The Box

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Full to the brim with the tastiest vegan junk food, BOX’s menu is set to include a game-changing “Not” Dog, which comes fully loaded with jalapenos, ketchup and mayo, served on a brioche bun. This is supplied by Moving Mountains who are known for their amazingly authentic meat substitutes which taste exactly like the real thing.

Find out more here.

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