Tia's Mexican and Mediterra...

Overall rating: 4.0 stars 4 Reviews
Serves meat, veg options available. Has a separate vegan menu including a daily vegan happy hour 5-7pm; pizzas, enchiladas, and chimichanga burritos all could be made with vegan cheese. Also a gluten-free menu, traditional Mexican cocktails and beers. Price: Moderate more-less
Vegan-friendly, Lacto, Mexican, Mediterranean, Pizza, Beer/Wine, Non-veg
84 Claypath (Leazes Rd)
Durham, England DH1 1RG
+44-01913839001
Closed now

Mon-Sat 5:00pm-1:00am

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First Review by aljam
Lauren_hadfield
Lauren_hadfield
  • vegan
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+29

Amazing

4
Posted on 02 / 17 / 2015

We went for happy hour and had the vegan cheesy garlic bread, vegan pizza and chimichanga with salsa and guacamole. It was so good, perfect vegan junk food...such a treat. It's hard to find places that do vegan cheese I think so finding this was a nice surprise. We just went in and asked for the vegan menu. The staff were really lovely and welcoming, they even let is know that the mints were vegan given with the bill without is asking. Also we got complimentary salads and tortilla chips. Would really recommend, can't wait to go back for that cheesy garlic bread!


Superfry
Superfry
  • vegan
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+32

Good Vegan Menu

4
Posted on 01 / 14 / 2014

A good Mexican restaurant with really good vegan options; vegan cheese, cream etc.

Pros: Separate Vegan Menu, Fast Service, Friendly Staff
Cons: Serves meat
saramarshall
saramarshall
  • vegan
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+134

Nice restaurant, good choice

3
Posted on 12 / 08 / 2013

This restaurant is extremely popular and you can see why. It's friendly, welcoming and has great choice including a vegan and gluten free menu. I wanted to love this place as it's the first time pizza has appeared on a menu since becoming vegan a couple of months ago, but somehow the food didn't set my world on fire. I had the chimichanga with vegetables and vegan cheese, which was nice but not amazing. I'm pretty sure there was honey mustard dressing on the side salad too, which would obviously offend strict vegans. My friend had vegetarian kebabs which looked great and she enjoyed them apart from the under cooked aubergine (no one likes under cooked aubergine, right?). Worth a visit but Jumping Bean Cafe in Durham was more to my personal tastes for vegan options.

Pros: Friendly, Good choice, Good value
Cons: Not for strict vegans, Noisy

aljam
aljam
  • vegan
Contributions
+14

great for vegetarians and vegans

4
Posted on 03 / 02 / 2013

Tia's has many vegetarian options and also a separate full vegan menu with many options. The food is both great quality and value for money. The staff are really friendly and make you feel very welcome. This is definitely the best option for vegans and vegetarians in Durham. I would really recommend going there to eat if you are visiting Durham!

(I would give this restaurant a five star rating, but Happy Cow only allows a maximum rating of four to restaurants which serve meat)

Pros: Quality and Price of Food, Friendly Staff, Near the Centre

 

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Last updated: 2013/12/25

 

Added: 2012/09/21

 

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