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Maudlam

Pub/Restaurant

Marlas Road
Maudlam
Porthcawl
Bridgend
CF33 4PG
Tel: 01656 743995
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Opening Times:
Food Served
Mon-Thu noon-7.55pm,
Fri-Sat noon-8.55pm,
Sunday carvery sittings noon & 2pm

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Number of Vegan dishes:
4 Starters, 5 Mains,
3 Baguettes, 3+ Jacket Potatoes
2 Desserts, Sunday dinner

Price:
Starters £4.95-£5.05,
Mains £8.95-£9.75,
Baguettes £5.25,
Jacket Potatoes £4+,
Desserts £2.25-£4.95

Our comments: There is a vegetarian & vegan menu with the following vegan options labelled.
Starters: Tomato & fresh basil bruschetta (Italian style grilled bread slices topped with freshly cut tomatoes & basil, drizzled with olive oil & vinegar dressing), creamy garlic mushrooms served with warm bread, homemade Cajun seasoned potato wedges with BBQ dip, homemade potato wedges with garlic hummus dip.
Burger: Homemade beetroot burger (made with beetroots, chickpeas, onion & garlic seasoned with basil & pepper).
Pub Favourites: Homemade creamy mushroom stroganoff (made with coconut milk & champignon mushrooms, served with a warm baguette topped with homemade hummus), homemade vegetable farmer’s pie (made with lentils, mushrooms, chickpeas, onions, carrots, garlic, celery & tomatoes topped with sliced new potatoes), homemade mixed vegetable red Thai curry (a homemade coconut-based Thai curry with mixed vegetables, served with rice, chips or half ‘n’ half), homemade lentil spaghetti bolognese (pasta dish made with red lentils, onions, garlic, tomato sauce & Italian seasoning).
Baguettes (served with crisps & a dressed salad garnish): Hummus & mixed pepper, lentil bolognese, creamy garlic mushrooms.
Jacket Potato: Choose fillings from homemade garlic hummus, creamy garlic mushrooms, lentil bolognese.
Desserts: Homemade dark chocolate banana peanut butter pie, served with sorbet, sorbet (choose from mango, blackcurrant, raspberry or lemon).
They serve vegan Sunday dinners consisting of nut roast, a choice of vegetables from the main serving trolley and an individual portion of vegan gravy. There is butter in some of the vegetables but there is plenty of choice and all of the staff are very clued up as to what is suitable.
Let them know if you require your chips to be vegan; they aim to do their best but due to space restrictions they might not be able to guarantee separate fryers during busy times. Dairy free milk is available for teas and coffees. The restaurant has a dog-friendly section. The food is excellent, the service is very friendly and the staff are very knowledgeable about veganism.

Location:
7 minutes from junction 38 of the M4 and 10 minutes drive from Porthcawl. Minutes away from Margam Park.

Updated: 26/10/2017
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