Saturday, 24 June 2017

Vegan Traveller : Comptoir Libanais Exeter

Comptoir Libanais is a chain in the UK. The Exeter restaurant is fairly popular with a good location by the shops. The food is based on Lebanese and middle eastern diets which are somewhat similar to Turkish.

Starting as a "counter" in London the company has been very successful over the past nine years.
all the restaurants are extremely colourful and offer takeouts, click n collect and a unique dining experience.

When I visited I was certain that the experience would be fun and the food would be amazing.. how wrong I was.

Monday, 19 June 2017

Vegan Traveller : Alley Cafe Bar Nottingham

After a hectic morning of shopping and planet bounce, I wanted to take my little sister somewhere extra special and completely vegan for lunch.

I had researched on my phone the night before and decided that the alley cafe bar was our best option.
Finding the cafe was a little harder than I anticipated, with the navigation on my phone taking us down some very dodgy alleys.
When we eventually did find the cafe and climbed the stairs, we were both rather impressed. The style is comparable to a European cafe bar, with a very relaxed feel, yet the interior is quite quirky too.
I found the whole place rather intimate and cosy. We sat down at one of the bench style tables towards the back and browsed the menu.

Thursday, 15 June 2017

Vegan Traveller : Cafe Kino Bristol

Cafe Kino is a popular cafe that is excellent for the students of Bristol, its affordable, comfortable and completely vegan. But what most people don't know about this cafe is that it is a workers co-op meaning it is a non-profit organisation.
They thrive on a positive community and therefore aim to make it comfortable for everyone.

Vegans can find it uneasy and awkward in many establishments having to ask for this without that. So by making easy and enjoyable vegan food, everyone is happy.

Tuesday, 13 June 2017

Vegan Traveller : The Green Rocket Bath

The Green Rocket is a British vegetarian cafe and as it is located in Bath, one of Britain's most popular tourist hotspots, it is very well known.
It is an informal cafe serving both vegetarian and vegan food from 9 am to 4;30 pm Monday to Saturday and from 10:00 am to 4:30 pm on Sundays.
They also open evenings for a "supper" on s Wednesday to Saturday 6 pm to 9:30 pm

Everything is made in house and presented to a fine standard. Their menu is diverse but not too large and overpowering.
The breakfast menu has plenty of options, from a  large choice called a "monster brekky" to smaller and simple alternatives such as scrambled tofu on toast.

For lunch, it only gets better, soups, salads, curries, burgers and much more. As I visited for lunch my review is based on this option.


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