The question really should be: why not? Our co-op was established by people who have been vegan for decades; they are still fit, active, and healthy. We know that veganism works for us, it’s better for other animals and the planet too. For more information check out this guide
Yes. Our soup, pancake, curry, and most of the salads are made with gluten-free ingredients. Some of our daily specials will be gluten free. We work hard to avoid cross contamination but due to the size of the kitchen our food is not suitable for people with celiac disease.
We can provide food for people with the most common allergies and intolerances although if you are allergic to garlic or onion we recommend that you let us know in advance as those two ingredients are used in most of our dishes. Our kitchen is small, therefore if you have a severe allergy please email us in advance and we will try to accommodate you to the best of our capabilities.
Difficult question, let’s call it scratch-made comfort food. We take inspiration from many cuisines around the world and this is reflected in the variety available in our specials and permanent menu. We love to use fresh herbs and seasonal ingredients and do what we can to build up links with local producers. Pop over to our Instgram page to see the kind of things we’ve been putting out.
Yes, go to the menu section in this website to see our regular menu and a list of the most popular specials we have on rotation.
We have Tuesdays available for events and fundraisers, we have done plenty of them in the past 3 years : radical housing association, food not Bombs, Women cooperative bakery in Rojava, FRIEND animal sanctuary, Feminist film festival. Let us know if you want to organize something and we can discuss it.
We love to share our kitchen with other vegan chefs, we feel we are so lucky to have a place where we cook on daily basis that we want to give that same opportunity to other people. Sometimes part of the profits made on the night go to worthy causes too. Get in touch to learn about the conditions.
Yes we do, any day apart from Saturdays and Sundays from 11 to 4:30. Book your table by sending an email to us. For groups between 8 and 16 people we offer a set menu with starters to share and a main to choose between the options agreed beforehand. We are a small cafe and we want to always have room for walk-ins.
We take bookings and large parties at our location at The Roadtrip and the Workshop any day of the week.
We are not a healthy eating restaurant and some of our food can be categorized as Junk Food, we have some sides and house cut chips which are deep fried. Although our salads and some of the specials are made using limited amounts of good quality oils like sunflower, sesame or olive oil. Ask on the day regarding which the healthiest option would be.
Our breakfast bread is sour dough
Not all our food is organic although our chopped tomatoes, coconut milk and some pulses are. We get most of our vegetables from a farm in Boston and although they are not labeled as organic they are produced without chemicals or pesticides.
Hell yes, probably the most requested recipe since we open. The mayo is home made and has a lot of fresh herbs and garlic in it.
We might sell it in the future for you to take home, this has been requested plenty of times. Scotch bonnets, cumin, coriander seeds, smoked paprika, thyme. Caribbean meets Mediterranean.