Eating Vegan – Frankie and Benny’s (UK)

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Frankie and Benny's Logo

A big update since my last post about Frankie and Benny's, they have officially launched vegan options, no longer do we need their staff to check the ingredients on everything in the kitchen so we know what's safe! The country is definitely changing 🙂

Check out all the options below:

Last updated: 06 Jan 2019


  • Build a Breakfast – create your own breakfast with baked beans, herb potatoes, toast (no butter), hash browns, tomato, and fries.
  • Mango and Passionfruit Smoothie
  • Strawberry, Apple, and Raspberry Smoothie


  • Dough Balls – no dips, just garlic butter (the garlic butter is made up of oil).
  • Garlic Pizza Bread – you could add veg or chilli flakes.
  • Garlic Pizza Bread with Vegan Mozzarella – with a vegan mozzarella alternative.
  • Tuscan Soup
  • Marinated Olives
  • Vegan Chickenless Nuggets


  • Viva La Vegan Burger
  • The Vegan Beet Burger
  • Penne Arrabiata Pasta
  • Fusilli Arrabiata Pasta – gluten free
  • Vegan Mac No Cheese Pasta
  • Vegan Margherita Pizza
  • Kansas City BBQ Pizza
  • Vegan Skinny Veggie Pizza
  • I Ain't No Chicken Parmigana Grill
  • Regular Not Hot Dog


  • Friesplease check with the restaurant you are in to make sure they don't fry their fries with the fish as seen in the comments below.
  • Sweet Potato Fries
  • Side Salad
  • Vegan Green Vegetables
  • Garlic Pizza Bread


  • Coconut Dairy-Free Ice Cream
  • Vegan Chocolate Chip Ice Cream
  • Sorbet – lemon and/or mango
  • Chocolate and Raspberry Lava Cake
  • Cookies and Dream Sundae



  • Mini Garlic Bread
  • 3 Dough Balls
  • Veggie Skewers
  • Tomato Soup


  • Spaghetti with Tomato Sauce
  • Tomato Pasta – gluten free
  • Chickenless Nuggets
  • Vegan Kids Pizza


  • Corn on the Cob
  • Baked Beans
  • Peas
  • Mixed Salad
  • Fries
  • Sweet Potato Fries
  • Garlic Bread


  • Pip Organic Rainbow Lolly
  • Pip Organic Tropical Lolly
  • Vegan Kids Sundae
  • Sorbet – lemon and/or mango


For more info, please check out their site.


First published: 27 Jan 2016
Last updated: 06 Jan 2019

Categories: Blogroll, Eating Out

Author: Rich


  1. sandra says:

    Thanks for sharing this info. I wouldnt have thought of going in a F and Bs because I wrongly assummed there would not be enough on the menu suitable for vegans.

  2. Lauren says:

    Thanks for the info! I’d assumed that you could ask for the garlic/paisley butter as a substitute for the Neapolitan sauce? Honestly me and tomato sauce never do well together (thanks to trying it when I was younger), so ideally for a pasta or pizza dish I would need something without tomatoes?

  3. Amanda Simpson says:

    We get creative when we eat out, most places are accommodating and a lot of the chefs like the challenge. We have problems with gluten free vegan though!!!
    Frankie and Bennies don’t do gf….or do they?

  4. Lesley says:

    Is this for F&B in the UK or USA?

  5. Fay says:

    This is great. Thank you so much for doing this.

  6. Stacey Lucas says:

    Fries aren’t vegan I’m afraid, they are cooked in the same oil as fish etc… 🙁 hubby works there so I know this.

    • Martin says:

      2nd mistake by thehecticvegan in this post suggested getting garlic butter twice, lost all faith and trust in this post.

      • Rich says:

        The fries are confirmed to be vegan, this sounds like an individual restaurant not complying with the company policies on the kitchen – I would suggest people check with the restaurant they are in to make sure.

      • Martin says:

        I withdraw my comment re garlic butter, it is oil based as Rich says Prob confirm that individual restaurants cook fries differently, my local fry in the same oil as fish We didn’t have fries

  7. Charlotte says:

    Thanks for this, our family loved going to F&B but now I am vegan I didn’t know if I could eat there.

  8. Martin says:

    How is the garlic butter vegan? You mentioned it twice, I think.

    • Rich says:

      Hi Martin, I can confirm that the garlic butter is vegan, it is made with an oil base rather than butter (despite the misleading name – I guess they didn’t want to ‘put off’ non-vegans?)

      • Martin says:

        Thank you for replying I went there today with my daughter and they confirmed what you are saying so I stand corrected I wasn’t too impressed, tbh, and prob won’t go back but it’s good to know what we can eat there should we ever return.

        • Rich says:

          Hi Martin, that’s good to hear. I have found Frankie and Benny’s one of the hardest places to eat at so don’t often go there – there are usually more vegan-friendly places around them to pick from! But I heard today that they are planning a whole vegan menu, so they have clearly seen veganism is on the rise! 🙂

  9. Steve says:

    I just rang to ask F&B (cardiff) what they had on the menu for vegans………and they apologised that they do not cater for vegans. No offer at all to make things up. So I personally wont be trying them!

  10. Jade says:

    Went into F&B at the beginning of July and they had a vegan ice cream on the menu!! So pleased to see a big chain finally having a dessert thats not sorbet or fruit salad!!! The ice cream was made from coconut milk and is vanilla flavour. Very happy about this menu change


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