Those who have a hard time accepting zero meat or dairy on their plates will find items on the menu to please, like a bacon cheeseburger made with crispy tofu bacon or spaghetti bolognaise with lentils and a choice of either gluten-free pasta or chewier tofu ribbons.
The child-friendly margarita pizza with avo is delicious. The base is a thin wafer of homemade sourdough smothered in an incredibly tasty Italian mama-style Napolitana sauce and drizzled with a brightly coloured but creamy cashew sunflower cheese.
Their offering is varied and appetising – edamame beans, whole-grain sushi, oven-seared tofu, dhal, green curries, wraps, pastas, burgers, pizzas and breakfasts. The full English brekafast includes scrambled tofu and vegan bacon.
Get a fresh juice from a very satisfying range of seasonal fruits and veg, like the easy-to-drink green alkaliser with apple, cucumber, celery, spinach, lemon and wheatgrass. The headiest drinks to try are a mood-boosting Argentinian yerba mate and a hot drink made from Belgian dark chocolate. Raw ice cream is made from coconut cream, cashews and vanilla is a real treat.
Service and ambience
The look of the place and the service are both adequate but the hero truly is the well-prepared plant-based whole food menu, which you can enjoy in peace and quiet.
A lunch meeting
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