Go Falafel has said it plans to eventually open in every city in the UK following the launch of its first Liverpool store.
The vegan takeaway brand currently has three branches in Manchester and one in Preston in addition to the Liverpool venture which opened earlier this week.
And the company’s director is ambitious about the possibilities for the brand, particularly given the consumer shift towards more plant-based diets.
He said: “We are thrilled to have opened our new concept of fast food in the city of Liverpool. We first opened in Manchester in 2012 and we are currently planning to expand in every city in the UK.
“These days, the public is a lot more health conscious and switched-on in terms of nutrition, and so our varied vegan menu will certainly meet the needs of people who lead a healthy or plant-based lifestyle.
“We look forward to growing our family of loyal customers here in Liverpool.”
The chain sells falafel wraps, salad boxes, hummus, fresh juice and smoothies, and boasts of a recipe for its falafels that “dates back generations from the Middle East.”
The new Liverpool store is located on Richmond Street, set across a 470 square foot ground floor and a 425 square foot basement.