Honest Burgers is to convert its all-vegan V Honest site close to London’s Leicester Square back to its core concept in July, just six months after launching the spin-off brand.

In an email to customers, the group said it was turning the Garrick Street restaurant back to a classic Honest Burgers restaurant next month in order to offer “a broader range of Honest classics as well as your vegetarian and vegan favourites”.

V Honest took over the brand’s existing bricks-and-mortar site on Garrick Street in January with a promise to combine “the key tenets of classic Honest Burgers” with “an innovative, completely new menu of plant-based burgers, sauces and sides”.

The menu combined vegan takes on Honest classic burgers, the brand among the first of in its peer group to create an ambitious vegan offering.

At the time of V Honest’s launch, co-founder Tom Barton said having a dedicated vegan restaurant would be the best way to put more plant-based burgers on the menu.

“V Honest is that home and it gives us the chance to spend even more time developing brand new burgers, collaborations and showcasing some of the best vegan food in the country,” he said.