Tel: 029 20522535
Number of Vegan dishes:
1 Starter, 2 Mains,
1+ Sides, 2 Desserts
Our comments: The labelled vegan options on the menu are.
Starter: BBQ taco (a lightly grilled soft tortilla filled with pulled jackfruit & black beans in a smoky BBQ sauce, served with salsa & chunky guacamole).
Mains: Roasted vegetable jalfrezi (spiced mix of roasted potatoes, red onion and red & green peppers in a jalfrezi sauce, served with a mixed salad & rice), tomato, butterbean & lentil stew (tomato, butterbeans & green lentils cooked with red wine, garlic, rosemary & finished with cracked black pepper, served with a warm flatbread and mixed salad).
Sides: Harissa rice or lime & coriander infused rice.
Puddings: Apple pie (served with vegan ice cream), praline chocolate tart (served with vegan ice cream).
There may also be suitable specials, check twoforonespecials.co.uk
The sharer of cone of rings and the sides of chips, skin-on fries, onion rings and garlic bread are vegan, if they are fried separately from animal products, ask the staff.
On Thornhill Road, in the Llanishen area of Cardiff.
Ty Glas Avenue
Tel: 029 20761679
Number of Vegan dishes:
Breakfast £4.99 (Kids £1.99)
Our comments: Harvester restaurants have labelled vegan options. The suitable mains are aubergine & red lentil tagine (giant couscous cooked with apricots, raisins, coriander & red pepper, topped with a Moroccan-inspired spiced stew, with flat bread & houmous), penne arrabiata (with black olives & grilled kapia pepper) and stuffed red pepper (stuffed with sweet potato, black bean & quinoa chilli, with golden rice & beans and sweet potato fries). The vegan sides are fries, sage & onion seasoned fries, sweet potato fries, golden rice & beans. For dessert you can have the coconut & black cherry rice pudding. The breakfast menu is served until 11.30am and the Hipster breakfast is labelled vegan. This consists of two hash browns, two vegan sausages, grilled tomato, flat mushroom, spinach, baked beans, avocado & a roasted red pepper dip.
There are two labelled vegan dishes on the menu; vegetable & coconut curry (with cauliflower, green beans, mangetout & peppers, served with rice) and sweet chilli noodles (wheat noodles, baby corn, water chestnuts & pak choi, in a sweet chilli sauce, flavoured with soy, ginger & chilli).
There are four labelled vegan options on the menu: Grilled vegetable jambalaya (Creole-style rice with black beans, peppers and okra topped with grilled vegetables), sweet potato, lentil & spinach dhansak (served with basmati rice, poppadoms, mango chutney and fresh tomato & onion salsa), superfood salad (fresh baby spinach and gem lettuce mixed with tomatoes, cucumber and red pepper, topped with a mix of bulgur wheat, chickpeas, grilled courgette and sultanas with a hint of mint, served with reduced calorie dressing) and jerk bean burger (no bun) with grilled pineapple & tomato salsa, baby potatoes, salad garnish & BBQ sauce.
The pizza bases do not contain any non-vegan ingredients but there may be a risk of cross contamination from animal products. If you find this acceptable, pizzas without cheese can be ordered from Papa John’s. The sides of corn on the cob and potato wedges are suitable for vegans.