Everything Vegan at Burgerville
Burgerville is quite common on the west coast of America, particularly Oregon (mostly Portland) and Washington and is marketed as one of the “healthier” fast-food restaurants as they use mostly local ingredients, but truthfully they aren’t much healthier. I mean, they still are predominantly an omnivore restaurant.
They do have quite a few vegan options though, and more than just the typical side items. They even have a “burger” that’s vegan, well, vegetarian…it’s vegan if you get it without the cheese or mayonnaise though!
Currently all the vegan things at Burgerville is:
- Apple Slices
- French Fries
- Rosemary Shoestring Fries
- Fresh made lemonade (and other drinks obviously)
- Anasazi Bean Burger (order without cheese & mayo)
- BBQ sauce
- Sweet & Sour Sauce
- Sesame Seed bun (that the Anasazi Bean burger comes with)
- Jam (varied flavors)
- Balsamic Vinaigrette Dressing
- Raspberry Vinaigrette
- Garden Salad (ask them to make it without cheese)
They also have a few breakfast options that are normally sold only until 11am:
- Oatmeal (comes with brown sugar, nuts, and dried fruit)
- Hash Browns
So how is Burgerville for a vegan?
I’d say it’s pretty dang good, sure an all-vegan chain like Veggie Grill would be better, but it’s hard to complain. Burgerville has not only a vegan burger, but a few different types of fries, a salad, and even a bagel or oatmeal if you’re there before 11am.
It used to be a bit better as they had a second vegan burger, but recently they removed it without explanation, which sucks, but at least there’s still a real option and a vegan can have a real non-scuffed meal at Burgerville.