Opened December 2016 in Manchester, serves all vegetarian Indian street food and a wide range of craft beer. Vegan options are clearly labelled but it’s a shame that there aren’t more, we’d really enjoy the vada pau to be vegan, … Continue reading →
Sidney Street Cafe is a new cafe in The Joyce Layland LGBT Centre offering affordable, healthy food, and opportunities for local people to develop new skills. “Following months of funding applications, hours of planning and weeks of refurbishment the Sidney … Continue reading →
The site of Marriott’s Café in the heart of the student area of MMU is now home to Falafil Express. We will miss Marriott’s salad bar, but the new business is entirely vegetarian (all vegan food, actually) and already has … Continue reading →
Amazing new falafel and juice bar now open in Manchester city centre. Clean, really tasty, really good value. Friendly staff and healthy salads with your snack. Menu Falafel Wrap, medium, large Falafel, 4 pcs Falafel, 15 pcs Salad Box Hommous … Continue reading →
Vinyl records (hardcore, metal, punk, alternative, merch, cassettes). Live music, art, workshops & more all in store. Vegan junk, cupcakes, chocolate, sweets, snacks, groceries. Coffees, hot chocolates, teas. Student/NUS discounts available in store. Open 7 days a week. Moved from … Continue reading →
The falafel sandwich is arguably humanity’s greatest achievement. One of the best falafel shops in town. Perfect falafel; hummus, chip & olive naan is a splendid alternative. Ask for a spinach fatoosh without cheese for a tasty alternative.
Café serving creative veggie food – quality & prices seemingly random. Veggie shop above the café stocks an excellent range of products but is overly pricey. Top 5 products sold at On The Eighth Day * Booja Booja chocolate ice-cream … Continue reading →