Ed’s Easy Diner rolls out new menu with vegan dishes

The new Ed’s Easy Diner menu rolling out across the country sees exciting new Americana dishes, a range of vegan dishes and drinks and a refreshed gluten-free menu joining the brand’s selection of switched up, Stateside classics.

Following the success of the brand’s vegan activity January through March, Ed’s is to offer its first permanent Vegan Burger – the Beet-Root 66 - which joins the range of famously tasty Ed’s burgers.

Two vegan dessert options - Peanut Butter & Banana Sundae and The Big Apple - are new to the menu and Ed’s will now also offer their legendary shakes as vegan options, with a choice of 6 flavours, regular and deluxe.

Gluten-free dishes continue to be a mainstay on Ed’s menu and the range has been further enhanced with the addition of new burgers and breakfast options.

Other new menu items include the Nashville Burger– fried chicken burger tossed in Frank’s Hot Sauce, with American cheese, cheese sauce and an onion ring. Ed’s hot dogs have been upgraded to a new range of Foot Long Hot Dogs.

Also new to the menu is the refreshing Southern Salad, a mix salad served on a taco base with a choice of chicken and halloumi topping, plus two new Freakshakes, the Mud Pie and Go Bananas.

Ed’s Breakfast offer can now be enjoyed all day, with the brand extending the selection of dishes on its main menu, including the new Big Ed’s Breakfast with extra bacon, sausage, toast and hash browns.

Kids and families form a major focus for Ed’s Easy Diner, so kids’ Main Menus have been extended with an increased range of dishes. The Junior Breakfast has been expanded with the addition of a choice of pancakes; chocolate and banana or maple and bacon, plus kids’ favourite cheesy beans.

On the main menu, as well as Ed’s burgers and tenders, kids can now enjoy new options including mac ‘n’ cheese and rainbow salad, with various sides and drinks to select from, to complete the deal.

Martyn Davies, Head of Operations, noted, “We’re excited with our new menu which reflects both customer feedback and our own insight into on-trend dishes. Whilst we’ve kept many of Ed’s original Classics, we’re now delighted to offer new switched up diner options, an enhanced Gluten-Free range and our tasty new Vegan dishes.

'Changes to the main menu, non-dish related, include the move to our new “Menu Build” with guests now having the flexibility to go solo or the option to add additional sides, classic or premium. This new flexibility is already proving particularly appealing to the younger generations.”