Plant-based virtual brand The Clean Kitchen Club has opened its third dark kitchen, its first in London, in just eight weeks.

Backed by YouTuber Mikey Pearce, the brand opened its first site in Brighton on 18 June, and has said that following its first London site – located in Chelsea – it plans to open further sites in Wandsworth, Tunbridge Wells, Manchester, Edinburgh and Bournemouth in the coming weeks.

The Chelsea kitchen will offer a selection of plant-based dishes including the ‘Clean Burger,’ ‘Cheat ‘N’ Clean’ burger, and vegan snickers.

Available exclusively on Deliveroo, the new site will deliver to Chelsea, Hammersmith, Kensington, Putney, Fulham, Brompton, Brook Green, Knightsbridge, Sands End, Shepherds Bush and South Kensington.

“The focus from the get go has been to bring people delicious, guilt-free food,” said co-founder Mikey Peace. “We’ve made sure we’ve sourced the freshest ingredients we can to create some truly special dishes and we’re happy to report everyone seems to be loving them, no matter whether they follow a plant-based diet or not.

“We’ve felt so blessed that the local Brighton community has really got behind us and we’re aiming to become the UK’s fastest growing plant-based brand, opening sites in every major city. Chelsea will be our first London site but by no means our last. We’re already planning to open an east London site in the coming weeks.”