There's a new vegan menu of Mexican food in Abu Dhabi

The Lean Mean Bean menu includes plant-based burritos, quesadillas and salads

There's a new vegan menu of Mexican food in Abu Dhabi

There’s nothing we love more than getting our chops around a hearty burrito, and now you can indulge in your favourite Mexican foods with less of the guilt.

Taqado Mexican Kitchen has launched a new vegan menu, for quick and tasty fast food that’s completely plant-based.

The Lean Mean Bean menu will be available at all 18 locations across the UAE, including The Galleria, Al Maryah Island and The Mall at World Trade Center Abu Dhabi.

Dishes include a new vegan burrito stuffed with delicious veggies, a fully-loaded vegan quesadilla and vegan earth salad. And we can’t think of a better way to fill our boots full of plants on our lunch hour.

“Although Taqado’s current menu is already vegan-friendly with customisable options for burritos and burrito boxes, the Lean Mean Bean Menu offers three 100 percent vegan dishes, with no customisation necessary,” said Christian Janssen, COO of Taqado Mexican Kitchen.

“We created the menu with vegan and vegetarian customers in mind, but we believe the new dishes will appeal to everyone. Whether you want to lower your meat intake, track your macros, or boost your protein intake with a non-meat alternative, we have something for you. Our vegan cheese is pretty incredible too”.

Looking for more vegan options? Check out all the latest vegan news and restaurants here.

We can't wait to try the Lean Mean Bean dishes.

Prices vary. Various locations including The Galleria, Al Maryah Island and The Mall at World Trade Center Abu Dhabi, Al Markaziya, www.taqado.com

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