Good food is to be shared with everyone, and Weekend Burger Co. is helping vegetarian eaters turn that FOMO into JOMO with a range of vegetarian alternatives that are every bit as sumptuous as their counterparts. The Khar-based home deli has been credited with introducing the city to its first-ever DIY burgers, underscored with an innovative pop-up menu that ensures there’s always something new to look forward to.
So, bid a fond farewell to the lack of vegetarian options with the menus that champion plant-based recipes in equal measure. Treat yourself to the finest flavours of Japanese street cuisine with the Katsu Sando menu, headlined by Tofu Katsu Sando burger — a delicious amalgamation of tofu katsu, lettuce, curry sauce and mayo topped off with zingy slaw and jalapeños to tantalise your tastebuds.
The concept of DIY burgers is unlike anything the city’s culinary crowd has witnessed before.
In light of the ongoing health crisis, the burgers are prepared and packaged in a home kitchen that adheres to the highest measures of sanitisation. As an added precautionary measure, the chefs have limited non-essential travel outside the house.
Furthermore, the home kitchen serves as a pick-up service with a single point of contact to avoid having the parcels exchange multiple hands. Prepared with love and sanitised with care, the home kitchen promises that your next cheat meal will be a guilt-free one
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