Ethical, Sustainable, and Delicious – Neat Burger

Neat Burger is a plant-based restaurant serving a range of vegan signature burgers, fries, shakes, and desserts and they really take sustainability seriously.


Ethical, Sustainable, and Delicious

Eat me, Neat Me - Neat Burger

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Just like their food, their packaging is plant-based too. All from an ethical source and fully recyclable.


Plant a Tree After Every Product Sold


Working in association with ‘The Eden Projects’ Neat Burger double their positive impact into the environment by planting a tree for every product they sell.


Positive Impact on Your Stomach and the Environment

Thank your saving the planet - Neat Burger

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“Thank you for saving the planet” – says the sign above the door.


The main colours of the interior are pastel that make the whole environment peaceful and relaxing. After ordering your food, sit under a palm leaf upstairs or head downstairs and snap some fun photos for your Insta while sitting in a huge burger armchair.


There are mirrors everywhere. If you take a closer look, you can read more information about food production and consumption habits in the world and the UK, and how Neat Burger helps the environment with their sustainable and renewable packaging and plant-based food.


Mirrors at Near Burger

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“Our water bottles are made from 54% paper, 28% plats and 100% recyclable.” – says one of the mirrors. “To produce 1 meat burger, it takes 660 gallons of water, that’s the same as showering for 2 months.” – says the other.


Classics, Signature and Smash Burgers

Aesthetic Interior at Neat Burger

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 Even as a meat eater, you will find something on the menu to sink your teeth into. Besides the classic hamburger and cheeseburger, they have Chick’n Burger and Filet-no-fish burgers on the menu, or you can go for a juicy ‘Smash Burger’ if you’re carving something bigger and richer.


Lewis Hamilton Among the Investors


Neat Burger is not just famous for its ethical and sustainable food and packaging. Formula 1 driver, Lewis Hamilton was an early investor of the plant-based restaurant chain that have now venues all over in London.



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