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Grill’d to reopen two stores completely meat-free!

Grill’d to reopen two stores completely meat-free!

Grill’d to reopen two stores completely meat-free!

Yes, you read correctly, Grill’d, the burger chain known for its animal meat marketing and burgers is reopening two of their stores (Collingwood Vic & Darlinghurst NSW) completely animal meat-free!

The move comes on the back of a number of highly successful product rollouts in 2021 including the launch of the Beyond Range, the Fable Range, and now the Impossible Range of plant-based options. Not only did these products impress and delight but the chain also ran a 2 for 1 ‘Meatless Monday Campaign’ for all Relish Members (their loyalty app) which was clearly a huge success. We have been thouroughly impressed with Grill’ds continual move towards more and more plant based options and this latest move just proves that they are clearly putting their money where their mouth is.

So what is this new concept store?


Impossibly Grill’d

The stores are being called Impossibly Grill’d and they are packed full of amazing plant-based options and plant focussed aesthetics.

Expect to see facon, healthy fried chick’n (Plantein), the Fable range, the garden range, the Impossible range, and much much more. There will be 23 plant-based burgers to choose from as well as snack items, salads and all the usual good stuff you would expect at Grill’d.

Take a look at the menu here.


Final Thoughts

As mentioned above, it is wonderful to see Grill’d put their money where their mouth is in regards to authentic and genuine plant-based options. Many brands are now dipping their toes into the plant-based market but Grill’d are clearly committed to offering quality options and range across the board. We think it’s a fantastic move (obviously) and cant wait to see more of their stores follow suit!

Watch this space for more and be sure to take advantage of their two for one offer every Monday!

Important Note: The stores are vegetarian, not vegan, so be sure to ask for vegan cheese and vegan versions of the products and burgers as some may not come ‘vegan’ if not.

To read more on plant-based fast food options here in Australia,
visit our Fast Food section HERE.


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