Despite its stark location on an ugly stretch of the North End Road, this unassuming spot survives thanks to the quality of its exclusively vegan offering. Back-to-basic, plain-wood interiors might lack character, but the meat-free menu does more than enough to pull in the local veggie crowd. Start with something raw (fresh asparagus with olive oil) or something cooked (sautéed artichoke hearts) before trying one of the cheekily reinvented mains such as a veggie-mince burger, seitan stroganoff or a vegan roast with potato & parsnip mash. To finish, tofu cheesecake might be a step too far, so play it safe with apple crumble or pancakes & chocolate sauce. As you’d expect, there are plenty of smoothies & fruit juices to drink, as well as a couple of lagers & a brace of wines.
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