SCOTLAND’S only crazy golf and bar venue for adults in Glasgow has just got better as the venue bucks the booming street food and vegan trend.

Fore Play Crazy Golf, located in Kinning Park, has partnered up with street food vendor, The Prague Shack, to offer a menu of tasty treats for both carnivores and non-carnivores alike.

The Prague Shack’s well-known speciality is Czech-inspired breaded chicken.

Their famous “Schnitzelwich” has been described as a “masterclass in burger-making,” and is comprised of chicken breast schnitzel served in a brioche bun with sauerkraut, smoky bacon, sautéed onion, salad and horseradish mayo.

Fore Play Crazy Golf’s flagship venue is a 6500sq ft space, dedicated to “kidults,” complete with a nine-hole crazy golf course, a sizeable bar and games area featuring giant Jenga and Connect Four.

The venue’s food offering has also hit out with “crispy cauliflower” which is already proving to be popular with non-meat eaters.

The vegan offering comes shortly after we reported how a third of Britons now eat less meat or none at all, with one in eight now identifying as vegan or vegetarian.

A further fifth of consumers (21 per cent) describe themselves as “flexitarian” – eating increasing amounts of plant-based meals without eliminating meat entirely – while half of those who say they are vegan or vegetarian eat meat at weekends, occasionally or on special occasions, a survey for the annual Waitrose Food and Drink report suggested.

Some 33.5 per cent of people say they are cutting down on, or cutting out, meat, while 9.5 per cent say they are vegetarian and three per cent are vegan.

However, 41 per cent admitted to missing eating a Sunday roast and 11 per cent missed eating pork scratchings.

Bosses at the Glasgow venue are further capitalising on the rise in popularity of cocktails. Fore Play’s “sugar caddy” is a concoction of Cointreau, lemon, blackcurrant and vodka, all served with a sprinkling of lollipops and sweets.

The venue celebrated reaching 10,000 visitors earlier this year by honouring its home city with a mural.

The tribute, created by Scottish mural artist Ella Bruty Illustrations, featured Glasgow’s most famous landmarks, including the Armadillo, George Square’s Walter Scott Memorial Column and Tennent’s Westpark Brewery in the city’s East End.

The unveiling of the new wall-art came just months after Fore Play Crazy Golf first opened its doors.

Craig Neilson, founder and co-owner, said at the time: “We have been overwhelmed by the response since opening and already have our sights set on a second location in Scotland. To have attracted more than 10,000 visitors in just three months is testament to Glaswegians’ ‘up for it’ attitude; they love a good time and trying something different.

“There is a growing trend for us adults to indulge in fun activities that awaken our inner child, and Fore Play offers exactly that, but in a relaxed pub environment, which is a win-win.”

He added: “The mural looks fantastic and adds another dimension to the space. It also continues the Glasgow theme and does a great job of complementing our existing 7ft Finnieston crane.”