Unit 2 Colwyn Centre
Sea View Road
Tel: 01492 534336
Number of Vegan dishes:
up to 9 takeaway options.
Our comments: Branches of the Holland & Barrett health food shop chain stock some or the entire labelled vegan Veg.out range in their fridges. The full list of vegan options is: Cornish style vegetable lattice slice, Italiano vegetable lattice slice, jerky Jamaican vegetable lattice slice, jumbo sos roll, no chorizo & mixed bean lattice slice, no duck & hoisin style sauce lattice slice, porkless pie, steakless bake lattice slice and supreme sos roll.
24-26 Prince's Drive
Tel: 01492 535286
Number of Vegan dishes:
7 Breakfast Items, 2 Starters & Sharers,
8 Mains, 3 Sides,
2 Desserts, 1 Children's Meal,
1 Curry Club Main & 3 Sides
Smashed avocado bagel breakfast £2.55
Starters & Sharers £3.75-£8.34,
Curry Club £7.65 (includes drink), Sides £1.25-£1.50
Our comments: They have a specific vegan menu with the following options.
Breakfast: Fresh fruit, bagel (with jam instead of cream cheese), smashed avocado bagel (avocado, tomato, onion, coriander), toast (without butter), choose from the following breakfast side orders, tomato, mushroom, baked beans, hash brown.
Starters & Sharers: Small or large nachos (no cheese or sour cream).
Mains: Jacket potato with side salad & baked beans or Five-bean chilli ( ask for the balsamic vinaigrette salad dressing, includes drink), sweet potato, chickpea & spinach curry (served with pilau rice, naan bread, poppadums), Five-bean chilli (rice, tortilla chips), quinoa salad (quinoa, rice, avocado, adzuki beans, grilled red & yellow pepper, red cabbage, chia seeds, kale, balsamic vinaigrette instead of salad dressing) superfood pasta (giant fusilli spirals, nut-free rocket & kale pesto, peppers, cherry tomatoes, butternut squash, soya beans, broccoli, sugar snap peas, red onion, sun-dried tomatoes), smashed avocado bagel with chips or salad (with balsamic vinaigrette instead of salad dressing), naked burrito (salad leaves, Mexican-style rice, pico de gallo, guacamole, salsa, chilli peppers).
Sides: Bowl of chips, side salad (ask for the balsamic vinaigrette), avocado.
Desserts: Fresh fruit, British Bramley apple crumble (without ice cream or custard).
Children’s menu: Five-bean chill.
Curry Club sides (only on Thursday): Large onion bhajis, vegetable samosas, Bombay potatoes.
Soya milk is available for filter coffees and teas.
The vegan options are labelled on the main menu at this pub restaurant but are only the sides of bowl of chips and mixed side salad. There is a plain jacket potato & beans on the 'Snack' menu but this menu is not served after 6pm. There are also labelled vegan items on the chef’s counter all you can eat menus but again these are only sides. They are listed on the Brewers Fayre website.
They can cater for vegans as long as they have a day’s notice with dishes such as roast dinner with veggie sausages, homemade tomato soup, jacket potatoes, veggie sausage & chips with vegetables/baked beans or garlic roast peppers layered on couscous with hummus & salad. If they are given longer notice they could come up with a more varied vegan menu. They can get soya milk for drinks on request.