3-6 Commercial Street
Tel: 01656 810115
Number of Vegan dishes:
8 Breakfast Items, 2 Starters,
6 Mains, 6 Sides,
2 Desserts, 2 Children's meals,
1 Curry Club Main & 3 sides
Smashed avocado bagel breakfast £2.55
Curry Club £7.99 (includes drink), Sides £1.25-£1.50
Comments: They have a specific vegan menu with the following options.
Breakfast: Bagel (with jam instead of cream cheese), smashed avocado bagel (avocado, tomato, onion, coriander), fresh fruit, toast with preserves (without butter), choose from the following breakfast side orders, tomato, mushroom, baked beans, hash brown, toast (without butter).
Starters: Small nachos (no cheese or sour cream), tomato soup with bloomer bread (without butter).
Mains: Jacket potato with salad & baked beans or Five-bean chilli (includes drink), sweet potato, chickpea & spinach curry (served with pilau rice, plain 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, dressing), smashed avocado bagel with chips or salad (includes drink), teriyaki noodles (choi sum, carrot, red pepper, edamame beans, soy sauce, ginger, chilli, garlic, black & white sesame seeds, crispy onion).
Sides: Bowl of chips, quinoa side salad, side salad, peas, avocado, two char-grilled mini corns-on-the-cob.
Desserts: British Bramley apple crumble (without ice cream or custard), fresh fruit.
Children’s menu: Five-bean chill with Mexican rice, jacket potato with no-added-sugar baked beans.
Curry Club sides (only on Thursday): Onion bhajis, vegetable samosas, Bombay potatoes.
Soya milk is available for filter coffees and teas.
Informed our researcher they do not cater for vegans.
Nothing suitable for vegans.
They have informed Eat Out Vegan Wales they do not offer vegan options at the moment but are looking into it.
The pizza bases sometimes contain milk and other times not. If they are informed in advance they can make vegan pizzas, without cheese. Sadly kebab meat has been found on pizzas ordered as vegan, so clearly cross contamination is an issue.
They informed our researcher that they do not cater for vegans.
No vegan food.
Unwilling to provide pizzas without cheese as "The sauce will burn."
The chips are cooked separately from the fish but the pans are alternated. The pans are skimmed in between but the chips will have been cooked in oil that has been used for fish, in most cases.