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Published October 4th 2014
Vegan pizza? In Wolver'ampton?
It's not like it's difficult to find decent vegetarian pizza in the West Midlands but stumbling across pizza with vegetarian and vegan "meat" substitutes can deliver a whole other level of startling joy, especially in what looks like just another run-of-the-mill fast food establishment.
Veggie Lounge is on Dudley Road, a fifteen minute walk, or three minute drive, from the centre of Wolverhampton, sandwiched between another unremarkable looking take-away, and a newsagents. There's some on-street parking outside, and seating for up to about ten people inside. It's in a pretty run down residential area but don't let this fool you into thinking it isn't worth a visit because, if you're a junk-food-starved veggie, the menu will have you more excited than a cockerspaniel whose owner left the gate open.
Not only does this entirely vegetarian restaurant serve - with a friendly and welcoming smile - VEGAN 'pepperoni' feast, 'chicken' supreme and Hawaiian ('ham', mushroom & pineapple) as well as a whole list of other pizza, but they have a selection of vegetarian burgers with optional vegan cheese, salads, wraps, sides such as curly fries, and vegan 'fish' & chips!
Vegan sausage, and vegan Hawaiian pizza - amazing & delicious!
They've more recently added cakes and muffins, although none of these are presently vegan. Plus cans of drink - I had a cream soda - at reasonable prices; mine was 50p. Pizzas start at around £5.99 and they have three sizes, plus special offers at certain times of day / days of the week.