So, this is what’s in it. It’s a soya burger with BBQ sauce, vegan cheese and onion rings, served on a homemade white roll with chips. It costs £9.95 and is vegan, but not gluten-free.
The burger starts with a very soft vegan bun that almost melts into the burger. This is a real speciality for the Lady Luck and is something we’ve seen in their burgers before. Next up comes the onion rings, which are crispy and fluffy: they put us in mind more of tempura batter than the “normal” onion ring batter you expect. The vegan cheese is very soft and melty, just perfect for a burger like this. It is also paired with the perfect smoky BBQ sauce, all tangy and fruity.
Then there’s the burger itself, which is very succulent. The texture and taste are great and this one definitely gets the thumbs up. It comes with the chips and salad we normally expect at the Lady Luck, which go great with it.
We also grabbed a new side to see what it was like: vegan poppers, which are supposed to be chicken poppers (if you couldn’t guess already). These are crispy on the outside and soft on the inside, which makes them a tasty treat. They are served with a spicy sweet chilli sauce which very much puts us in mind of a known brand and probably is one and the same!
Finally, we finished it all off with some delicious ice cream and an apple pie. That’s pretty much my idea of heaven anyway, and boy did it deliver. I can’t even describe how tasty these simple apple slices were. It was all done just right, which I very much appreciated even if I felt too full to walk back to the car park.
Now onto the conclusion – and you can probably guess it’s going to be a positive one!