My first vegan junk food love, there well always be a special place in my heart for Rudy’s Diner. Located in Camden market this American style diner does vegan burgers and dawg’s and it does it WELL. Being a bit of a trek from my house I haven’t had a chance to go down since the beginning of the year so was super excited to hear the news of the launch of Rudy’s new DIY kit.
The team are offering up kits that replicate 4 of their signature meals; Rudy Rueben, Grilled Chick’n Caesar Burger, Broccoli Mac ‘n’ Cheeze and its famous Dirty Burger (which I opted for). Delivered boxed up well including ice bags to keep everything cold, the kit arrived with everything required for you to create your own eco-conscious cuisine. As well as all the ingredients, there was a full recipe card plus a QR code which takes you straight to Rudy’s YouTube channel where you can cook along with Chef Matthew.
Cooked entirely in a frying pan (aside from using the grill to warm the buns), the whole process was super straight forward with detailed instructions and a kit that included everything to create 2 delicious Rudy’s burgers, right down to mayo and ketchup to finish it off. I was impressed by how much it tasted like the real thing and how beastly the burgers came out – definitely have a lot of napkins at the ready. The kits are reasonably priced at just £18, with £1 from each box sold donated to Friend Farm Animal Sanctuary, a long-time partner of Rudy’s who are on a mission to offer forever homes to unwanted, neglected, and abused animals.
It is a whole lot more fun and tastier than your average take away and you can feel good in the knowledge that in buying a kit you are contributing to this good cause.
Buy your kit at: https://rudysvegan.com/collections/rudys-diy-kits
Written by Jordan Crowley