This is a cute wee cafe in a great location. Unfortunately they don't do vegan well here. I wish they did. I would love to go back when the weather is better and sit outside. The vegan menu was remarkably uninspired. Mainly humous & falafel salad type things. It also had a chickpea curry which was more expensive than most of the options (£6) and I went for that. When I was checking the smoothy I was ordering was vegan, the server asked if I was vegan & I said yes. She then removed the naan bread she was about to give me as she said that wasn't vegan. I was then served a soup bowl full of chickpeas that were cooked in curry sauce but that was all. No rice, no veg, just a bowl full of chickpeas. I asked the server if that was it & she said yes. I said it was a poor dish and she shrugged. There were more chickpeas in the bowl than a person would rationally want to eat. She served it with a slice of stale bread (I think it was meant to be toasted) and butter. I gave her the butter back and there was no vegan spread. It was a really bad meal. I wrote to the owner and suggested they could offer better vegan food without much effort but I didn't get a reply. I won't go back for food, but maybe a cup of tea. There was no vegan cake either btw - just sorbet. Shame it was all so poor really.
Updated from previous review on Sunday February 15, 2015
Cons: the food