Photo courtesy of Project Pollo via Facebook.

A vegan restaurant offering plant-based chicken dishes is opening its first Dallas location.

Project Pollo started as a food cart in San Antonio and expanded throughout the city. It now has spaces in Austin, Katy and Houston, with more planned for Corpus Christi and Round Rock.

And one is about to open on Greenville Avenue near The Shops at Park Lane.

The restaurant’s menu looks like that of other fast food places that focus on chicken, like Raising Cane’s or Chick-fil-A. But everything is vegan.

“We sought out to redefine consumer behavior by offering convenience, quality and accessibility,” founder Lucas Bradbury says on the restaurant’s website. “Inevitably the future of mass consumption is plant-based; we want to lead that front, to put one on every corner and have affordable options in every community that surrounds us.”

Neighbors will find chicken nuggets, spicy and mild chicken sandwiches, chicken wraps and more. In addition, Project Pollo has a selection of plant-based burgers and lots of sides — mac and cheese, fried pickles and fries to name a few.

Sauces include spicy garlic buffalo, garlic parm, chipotle ranch, ranch and birdy sauce, a creamy mayo.

They didn’t forget a dessert menu. Double chocolate and sugar cookies are from Southern Roots Vegan Bakery in San Antonio. And milkshakes are made with Oatly milk.

Project Pollo is located at 6855 Greenville Ave.