Vegan cuisine at TGI Fridays

Eating out as a vegan can be tricky. So we are delighted to announce that the new TGI Fridays in the BH2 complex has launched a range of vegan-friendly dishes that all the family can enjoy.

The new made-to-order dishes include the delicious Smoked Tomato Bruschetta, featuring vegan garlic bread, and the delicious Avocado Houmous, as well as the new Roasted Veg Alfredo Pasta and Garlic Vegetable Fajitas, featuring tender edamame beans and punchy Scorpion Sauce. And don’t forget the classic Beyond Burger, loved by vegans the world over and endorsed by Peta.

Shaping up for summer? Fridays has also launched a new range of dishes under 600 calories. Choices include the Cajun Cream Pasta and the Crispy Noodle Salad – both available with chicken or prawns.

Meat eaters are also looked after well as always – Fridays has launched the outrageous new Rib Tickler Burger to satisfy its fan’s meaty cravings. Fridays famous flame-grilled beef burger topped with pork rib, coated in golden mustard BBQ sauce. It’s strictly limited-edition, and is available nationwide until July 3.

Head of Food and Drink at TGI Fridays UK, and creator of the new menu, Terry McDowell, said: “Fridays has always been on the cusp of new food trends in the UK, and we felt the time was right to put a focus on new vegan items on our menu to cater to the ever-increasing demand. Fridays is all about being inclusive and the latest menu change allows us to cater to everyone who wants to try Fridays’ famous, bold flavours.”


Smoked Tomato Bruschetta, £5.99

Heritage tomatoes with garlic and crisp basil on toasted ciabatta, topped with balsamic glaze.

Roasted Veg Alfredo Pasta

Penne pasta and roasted vegetable mix, tossed in our new Alfredo sauce and topped with fresh rocket leaves.

Garlic Ciabatta Bread, £3.49

Served with Monterey Jack cheese.

Avocado Houmous, £4.99, pictured

Served with garlic ciabatta bread and tortilla chips.

Garlic Veg Fajita

Featuring garlic-roasted vegetables and Edamame beans, plus punchy Scorpion sauce.


The Rib Tickler Burger, £13.99

Fridays famous flame-grilled beef burger topped with pork rib, coated in golden mustard BBQ sauce.   This limited-edition burger is only available until 3rd July so don’t miss out!


Roasted Vegetable Alfredo Pasta, £7.49

Vegan penne pasta tossed in a cauliflower alfredo sauce with tomatoes, roasted vegetables and edamame beans, topped with fresh rocket. Guilt-free but delicious!

Cajun Cream Pasta – Chicken and Shrimp versions

Penne pasta in a creamy Cajun sauces with fresh tomatoes, spring onions, peppers and cheese with a choice of Shrimp or Chicken.

Crispy Noodle Salad – Garlic Chicken and Shrimp version

With red chillies and tossed in a hot & spicy Thai dressing. Topped with toasted sesame seeds, chilli flakes and cilantro.

Advice from Peta:

  • Order the Loaded Chicken Nachos without chicken, cheese, and sour cream, and enjoy a stack of tortilla chips with beans, pico de gallo, cilantro and jalapeños. Ask to add guac.
  • Try the Loaded Potato Skins without the cheese, sour cream, and bacon. Ask to add black beans, corn, and guacamole.
  • Special-order fettuccine with marinara sauce and veggies.
  • The Warm Pretzels are vegan if you skip the bacon, butter, and cheese. Try them with mustard!
  • Both the Seasoned Fries and Sweet Potato Fries are vegan, but they may share the same fryer as non-vegan foods.
  • The Super Veggies are a good addition if you’re worried about cross-contamination.
  • The house salad without croutons, cheese, or dressing is vegan.





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