Published: 11:23, 02 January 2020
| Updated: 12:12, 02 January 2020
Greggs has launched its vegan steak bake with an online map revealing which stores in Kent are stocking the meat-free snack.
It has been a year since the high street bakery began selling vegan sausage rolls, which proved very popular with customers and sold out in many stores when first released.
But will the steak bake get the same reaction?
The pastry product, which has a Quorn, onion and gravy filling, has been launched just in time for Veganuary - where people go vegan for January - and costs £1.55.
It is hitting the shelves in selected stores today, and will be available in even more in two-weeks-time.
KentOnline reporter, Jess Sharp, has sampled the savoury snack and given her verdict.
Although she thought the meat alternative tasted very much like the real thing, she is "not a huge fan".
Maidstone reporter Jess Sharp's review of the vegan steak bake
She said: "The pastry is very powdery and dry but the inside doesn't taste too bad. It does taste like real steak.
"I'm just a bit unsure about it, maybe I just don't like the flavours."
Jess gave the steak bake an overall rating of four out of 10.
Another of our reporters, Brad Harper, popped into a Canterbury branch to sample the new product and was equally unimpressed.
The shops in Kent where you can get the vegan steak bake today include:
Ashford, High Street
Broadstairs, Westwood Cross
Canterbury, St George's Street
Canterbury, Sturry Road
Chatham High Street
Dover, Biggin Street
Dover, St James Street
Faversham, Gate services
Margate, High Street
Maidstone, Coleman Parade
Maidstone, the Mall
Rainham, M2 Moto services
Rainham shopping centre
Sittingbourne, High Street
Sittingbourne, London Road
The Greggs stores which will stock the steak bake in 14 days:
Maidstone, Longshaw Road
Maidstone, Northumberland Court
Paddock Wood, Commercial Road
Sheerness, High Street
Have you managed to get your hands on a vegan steak bake? Let us know what you think in the comments section.