Vegan

Dorset Foodie Feed has visited some brilliant vegan restaurants in Bournemouth and across Dorset and we have sampled some tasty vegan menus. Here are some reviews of some of the vegan places that we recommend in Dorset.

Review of Mad Cucumber in Bournemouth

Review of Mad Cucumber in Bournemouth

Vegan food is now part of main stream dining and every food outlet worth their salt is adding a range of vegan options to their menus. This is good news for everyone because vegan food that has been prepared well is of the highest quality…

Review of Camden Bar in Westbourne

Review of Camden Bar in Westbourne

I was first introduced to Camden by one of my coworkers at my very first job out of university. I’d barely heard of Westbourne let alone this new far-reaching territory named Ashley Cross?! Before long, Camden had pretty much become the centre of my social…

Review of Waste Not Want Not in Bridport

Review of Waste Not Want Not in Bridport

The war on single use plastic is on, this battle was vividly highlighted by David Attenborough’s Blue Planet. Since then every major supermarket in Britain has pledged to eradicate unnecessary single-use plastics by 2025 – we wait and see on that one. Lydia Wilson is…

Review of the Vegan Menus at The Stable restaurants

Review of the Vegan Menus at The Stable restaurants

I’ve long boasted about my obsession with Stable pizza so I won’t go to deep into the why’s. In a nutshell, it’s a fantastic restaurant concept that blends oh-so-cool woody, rustic interiors with a homely feel you’d mistake as your living room. The starts of…

Review of the Vegan Menu at Koh Thai

Review of the Vegan Menu at Koh Thai

I don’t want to say that I “found myself” in Thailand, per say. But the minuscule 12 days I spent there in 2015 were some of the most beautiful. I think it must have been this short escape to the bustling and vibrant country that…

Review of The Cliff House in Barton-on-sea

Review of The Cliff House in Barton-on-sea

I don’t know if you noticed recently, but good heavens it is getting cold out there. Accordingly, some friends and I couldn’t think of anything better to do than go for a lengthy stroll along the seafront and put our winter wardrobes through their paces.…

Review of Dilli Haat in Westbourne

Review of Dilli Haat in Westbourne

After a seriously delayed promise to go out for dinner with my friend Daniel, we were scouring Google for options before he stumbled across a new privately owned restaurant that opened its doors in May this year. Dilli Haat is the quaintest new Indian restaurant…

Interview with the owner of Blue Orange Juice Bar in Ashley Cross

Interview with the owner of Blue Orange Juice Bar in Ashley Cross

Smoothies….juice cleanses….chia seeds….almond milk….a few years ago these words would have appeared in various magazine articles portraying the ultimate healthy lifestyle of hip LA celebrities and Australian models….we’d roll our eyes thinking yet another foodie fad that most of us would never buy into. But.…

Review of Ojo Rojo in Bournemouth

Review of Ojo Rojo in Bournemouth

I’ve been a fan of Ojo Rojo since before its doors opened in April last year. It’s fair to say we like our food hot at home and alongside a couple of bags of fresh chillies you’ll find Sriracha, Frank’s, Tobasco, Chipotle Tobasco and my…

Review of the vegan menus at The Real Greek in Bournemouth

Review of the vegan menus at The Real Greek in Bournemouth

I love all things Mediterranean – the sun, the sea but most importantly, the hummus. Frankly, how would vegans survive without hummus? Because of this aforementioned love, my partner and I were super excited to try out The Real Greek that opened in the BH2…