Vege-Way

Las Vegas now has one of the only vegan fast food restaurants and drive-thru services on the west coast, thanks to Chef Kenny Chye formerly of Veggie House fame.

A dream for two years, Chye set out to create the vegan version of the infamous In N’Out burger. Did he do it? Yes. So. Much. Yes.

But, he didn’t just nail the plant-based/cruelty-free recreation he aspired to when creating a vegan fast food location, he also nailed popcorn chicken. Fish tacos. Chicken wraps. And, added some gorgeous salads — we’re looking at you, cilantro deliciousness — to the joint, too.

Las Vegas' only entirely vegan fast food restaurant with its version of an In N Out burger, popcorn chicken, wraps and more. For additional vegan dining options in Las Vegas, visit www.vegansbaby.com

What to order? The entire menu. Well, we all know the first time at the spot, that’s exactly what goes through our minds. But, if you want the true gem, it’s the burger. Double vegan burger if you’re hungry-hungry. And a milkshake. Chef Kenny’s favorite is the mango (all are made with almond milk). And, our personal favorite, the curly fries. Because curly fries.

For those who want to love up on a fast food spot and still eat healthy, you can. Well, ish. Two salads are on the menu, along with sweet potato fries, because they are definitely healthier than the curly fries we want to stuff our faces with.

Want to learn more? Check out our Facebook video where we chat with Chef on Vege-Way’s first day (Live From Vege-Way!)

There are two Vege-Way locations in Las Vegas — Chye owns the one on S. Jones Rd. The Centennial Hills spot has been through some revamping of late and we’re waiting for them to hit their stride. The menus are slightly different and we suggest Chye’s spot in the south versus the northwest location.

7790 S. Jones Rd., Las Vegas, 89139 | 702.614.3380

Open daily: 11 a.m. – 9 p.m.

6410 N. Durango Drive | 702.685.5939

Open daily: 11 a.m. – 9 p.m.

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3 Comments
  • Owen Carver
    Posted at 21:58h, 15 December Reply

    VegeWay is the ethical fast-food stop, not really the healthiest food stop though. I just did the drive-through at VegeWay for the first time and got a couple things to try. I got the double burger which was good, although I shouldn’t have removed the paper wrap on it before eating it because the burger patties kept trying to slide around. The curly fries and chocolate milkshake were the highlight. Although the burger was good too. In the future I’ll probably get the single cheeseburger with a curly fries and have water, because I need to reduce my sugar intake. Although the shake was amazing!

  • Michael Hoyt
    Posted at 05:33h, 03 October Reply

    Tried this place for the firs time today and asked the young lady at the counter what’s good because this was my first time there. She suggested the Hawaiian burger because that was her favorite. I don’t drink carbonated sodas or artificial sweeteners so I asked for water but there water filter was not set up yet. I remember the sign before saying something about sliders so I asked when they opened and she said in January or February, enough time to set up water filters. I then asked about the chicken wraps and she had no advice recuse she had not tried them.
    The burger was good, the barbecue sauce was a basic Memphis sweet sauce with some shredded coconut add to it and the burger itself was alright although not great. The Cheese was more of like soft cheese sauce and added a great deal to the overall burger. Awesome job in this amazing vegan cheese.
    I defiantly will go there again, I do need to try the wraps and fried items.
    The main thing I think the Chef needs to work on next is healthier vegan food. I understand that this is fast food, but vegan’s (for the most part) connect their health to their diet and want more healthy choices than you see in most fast food restaurants.

    • Diana Edelman
      Posted at 16:51h, 25 January Reply

      That’s a shame! I believe you are talking about the north location which has had a lot of management changes since it has opened. It is not owned by Chef Kenny, and so I don’t believe the consistency or attentiveness has been fantastic. I hope you give it another try!

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