A vegan food truck yard in Budapest is making meat obsolete. Called Vegan Garden, the area consists of six plant-based street food trucks set up in one location. Food options include dairy-free ice-cream, heart-shaped pizza, Mexican chilli non carne, seitan kebabs, chickpea burgers, and brownies,\u00a0helping to put the Hungarian capital "on the map of European vegan hotspots,"\u00a0Living it reported. Vegan Garden first opened last summer, becoming the first plant-based food truck yard in Hungary -\u00a0"and potentially the world," Living it commented. It closed in October but following demand, is set to reopen in March. Co-founder of Vegan Garden,\u00a0M\u00e1rton Nagy, was surprised at the positive reaction from the public, given that Hungary is a country where "meat comes with a side of meat and is simply a cornerstone of every meal," Living it said. Speaking to the publication about Vegan Garden's success, Nagy said,\u00a0\u201cWe found a great location in the centre of the city and that\u2019s definitely part of our success. It also comes down to the amazing word of mouth that was generated in the first season." https:\/\/www.instagram.com\/p\/BjxvDJgAwo7\/ Nagy added, "We didn\u2019t spend much on social media advertising so I guess we created a place that people were really waiting for.\u201d Nagy, along with co-founder\u00a0P\u00e9ter Papp, founded Vegan Garden out of a "desire to protect animals but also to promote health and sustainability." Last year, R\u00e1cskert Bar in the area introduced recyclable glasses made of plant materials and a vegan-friendly drinks menu. Food waste from the trucks were delivered to a nearby community garden for composting, and information boards were posted around the garden about environmental protection. In an interview, Nagy said that other cruelty-free products like cosmetics, clothing, and accessories may be introduced to Vegan Garden in the future. The trend of vegan street food continues to grow. A food truck in El Paso, Texas, called\u00a0Lick It Up EP\u00a0sells vegan versions of traditional Mexican street food. A restaurant in Washington DC called\u00a0Fancy Radish\u00a0offers vegan street food inspired by cuisines around the world, including\u00a0Szechuan dan dan noodles and\u00a0chocolate brownies with lavender ice cream.