Hard Rock Cafe presents Moving Mountain flexi Burgers in Europe

The legendary hamburger chain launches the incredible 6 ounce bloody meatless hamburger at 23 European outlets

Moving Mountains is a pioneering plant-based food technology company. It officially launches its burger without 'bloody' meat through the legendary Hard Rock Cafe burger chain on March 14. Equally, launching in June 2019 in 23 Hard Rock Cafe outlets in Europe
Moving Mountains Burger at The Hard Rock Cafe (photo credit: Adwaiz)

Moving Mountains is a pioneering plant-based food technology company. It officially launches its burger without ‘bloody’ meat through the legendary Hard Rock Cafe burger chain on March 14. Equally, launching in June 2019 in 23 Hard Rock Cafe outlets in Europe, including BarcelonaMadrid and Seville in Spain.

  • The café will offer a classic hamburger dish, which features 25 grams of protein.
  • The Moving Mountains plant-based burger medallion will have cheddar cheese (optional).
  • Toppings of crunchy onion rings with lettuce leaves.
  • Along with, tomato macerated in wine on toasted bread, with fried potatoes.

Moving Mountains is a pioneering plant-based food technology company. It officially launches its burger without 'bloody' meat through the legendary Hard Rock Cafe burger chain on March 14. Equally, launching in June 2019 in 23 Hard Rock Cafe outlets in Europe

The Moving Mountains Burger will be launched in the following 23 Hard Rock Cafe locations in Europe: Amsterdam, Antwerp , Athens, Barcelona , Berlin, Brussels, Cologne, Copenhagen, Edinburgh, Florence, Glasgow , Lisbon , London, Madrid , Manchester , Munich, Nice, Paris, Prague, Rome , Seville , Venice and Vienna.

The association will bring together the two brands to offer the best original burgers in the market. The introduction to the food technology of Moving Mountains Burger provides a choice of plant-based ‘meat’. Additionally for flexitarians, vegans, vegetarians and meat eaters alike, without compromising flavour.

 

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