While not available at the grocery store quite yet, the buzzworthy plant-based meat has landed at these restaurants across the country.
Chunk Foods is on a mission to revolutionize plant-based eating, making it accessible and enjoyable for everyone. Whether you’re a committed vegan or simply curious about trying something new, Chunk’s vegan steaks provide a high-protein, low-salt, and low-fat center-of-plate option that can seamlessly replace beef in any recipe.
With a focus on natural ingredients and a commitment to a clean label, Chunk’s vegan steaks are free from additives, thickeners, and binders. The plant-based steak is made from cultured wheat and soy, coconut oil, and beet juice. This dedication to simplicity translates to a product that’s not only delicious but also kind to the environment. Each steak is packed with 25 grams of protein and is cholesterol-free and GMO-free, making it a wholesome choice for health-conscious diners.
Founded in 2020, Chunk Foods has quickly gained traction by offering plant-based whole cuts that stand up to traditional meat-based options. These versatile steaks can be prepared using a variety of cooking methods, from pan-searing to grilling, smoking, stewing, braising, barbecuing, and baking. This adaptability empowers chefs to get creative in the kitchen, resulting in an exceptional and memorable dining experience.
Experience the Future of Dining with Chunk Foods Vegan Steak
As plant-based eating continues to gain popularity, Chunk Foods Vegan Steak stands as a testament to the incredible possibilities within this culinary realm. With its commitment to high-quality, natural ingredients and a dedication to crafting a clean label product, Chunk Foods invites you to savor the future of dining—one that’s flavorful, sustainable, and utterly satisfying.
Where to Try Chunk Foods Vegan Steak
New York City
- Willow – Chelsea
- The Butcher’s Daughter – Nolita, Williamsburg, & West Village
- Delice & Sarrasin – West Village
- Arts & Crafts Bar – Morningside Heights (launching September 4)
- Miriam – Upper West Side (launching August 30)
- Oregano – Brooklyn
- Secret Vegan Kitchen – tristate area