An award-winning vegan kebab house is coming to Manchester

What The Pitta

The new Northern Quarter resident will be opening in May.

There is a new vegan kebab house heading to Manchester in May and every item on the menu is set to be plant-based.

What The Pitta, an already a successful establishment in London and Brighton where it has four other locations, will be taking up residence in the Northern Quarter in just a few short months.

So successful that it has recently taken the title of ‘Best Takeaway in London’ at the British Kebab Awards. This is a pretty incredible achievement so needless to say, it’s a hotly anticipated opening in the vegan and plant-based community.

Founded by Cem Yildiz and Rojdan Gul in 2016, What The Pitta first opened its doors in Shoreditch and after becoming a cult favourite for both vegans and non-vegans, opened two further sites in London and a fourth in Brighton.

What The Pitta on BBC Newsnight

Did You See Us On BBC Newsnight This Week? Here It Is Again!We stand by our mission to help more people conveniently go Meat Free More Often by serving tasty Turkish plant based meals. All good things start with small changes and if we can get the general public eating fewer animal products the net gain can have a drastic benefit on our health and the planet.

Posted by What The Pitta on Thursday, February 2, 2017

As of yet, the exact location it’ll be calling its Mancunian home has not been confirmed, but what we do know is that the premises will have space for around 80-100 diners when it opens to the public.

You can find out more about What The Pitta here and that’s a wrap.

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