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Savor the Sea: New Menu Must Haves Featuring OMNI Golden Fillet

Vegans rejoice! There’s a delicious, plant-based alternative to Classic Fillet-o-fish coming to NYC very soon. OMNI’s collaboration with plant-based fast-casual chain Neat Burger (a.k.a the new kid on the block taking on fast-food giants) is sure to make waves.

From October 18th onwards, you’ll find award-winning OMNI Golden Fillet available at Neat Burger’s FIRST US location in downtown Manhattan, Nolita.  Paying homage to its UK roots, the two new dishes are plant-based versions of classics – Neat Fish & Chips (vegan fish & chips) and Crispy Fish Sandwich (vegan fish sandwich).

If you haven’t heard of Neat Burger, you’ll know of the people behind it. Backed by famous faces including actor & environmentalist Leonardo Dicaprio and F1 Champion Lewis Hamilton, the popular chain now has eight locations in the UK and one in Dubai since launching in 2019.  One more reason to love this joint? Neat Burger uses sustainable materials  such as cornstarch and sugar cane instead of plastic.

Neat burger is one of the first to launch our award-winning Golden Fillet in New York City, following successful launches abroad including Wagamama UK’s Veganary special: Tempura F-ish + Bang Bang Yaki-imo (vegan fish & chips with a Wagamama twist)

Enjoy Vegan Fish & Chips/ Vegan Fish Burger for $5

To celebrate this EPIC collaboration, we’re offering customers a chance to try these NEW OMNI Golden Fillet dishes at a special price! The first 50 people who visit Neat Burger on the launch day (Oct 18th, 2023) can enjoy an OMNI dish for $5, while stocks last. 

Whether you’re a seafood enthusiast or long-time vegan, prepare your taste buds for a scrumptious adventure unlike any other!

Check Out What People Are Saying

Delightfully Surprising! The plant-based fish & chips exceeded all my expectations. As a long-time seafood lover, I was skeptical about how closely it could replicate the taste and texture of traditional fish, but I was pleasantly surprised. The 'fish' had a flaky, tender texture that was remarkably similar to the real thing, and the crispy coating was perfectly seasoned. What's even better is that this dish is not only delicious but also environmentally friendly.

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