Flying Goose Cafe

  • Vegetarian Vegetarian
    ( 5 reviews )

33 Chilwell Road, Beeston, Nottingham, England, NG9 1EH

Small veg food cafe and bar serving food like veggie burgers, sausages, mezze, cakes, fresh fruit flapack. Organic and fair trade where possible. Provides daily papers and hosts poetry readings. Open Tue-Sat 9:00am-4:00pm.

Category: Vegan-friendly, Lacto, Ovo, Organic, Western, Beer/Wine, Take-out, British

Reviews (5)

First Review by turion

Love this place! - Edit

Lovely little cafe with homemade vegetarian and vegan food. Sandwiches, soups, burgers, wraps etc Also selection of homemade cakes which i can't usually resist so have a piece to take away!

Pros: Excellent food ., Friendly helpful staff., Very helpful with all dietary needs.

Cons: Only open Thursday,Friday, Saturday., Quite small.

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yummie vegan food - Edit

i have been visiting this lovely little cafe for years. they serve homemade soup, sanwiches and cake. don't miss booking for a vegan afternoon tea.

Pros: friendly owner and tasty food.

Cons: only open thursday to saturday.

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Afternoon Tea - Edit

We visited here as a group for a birthday afternoon tea. Must be prebooked. The selection we were given was incredibly good value for money. Fantastic mixture of sandwiches, wrap, scones, cakes and flapjack as well as plenty of tea with plant milk available. We were all really pleased with the choices and look forward to returning.

Pros: Great value for money, Good vegan options

Cons: Hours of opening

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Lovely vegan-friendly cafe - Edit

This is a lovely little cafe with very friendly staff. We went for breakfast, and found the meal very hearty and satisfying. I was sorely tempted to stay for cake, but decided to resist!

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Cozy & yummy - Edit

I had a great falafel sandwich, a peppermint tea (of course loose) with several infusions, a fairly good tomato soup and an excellent vegan berry flapjack. The atmosphere is great, relaxed and welcoming. Nice decoration. Staff are friendly. Perfect for an extensive brunch with friends. Only downside (and reason for the missing 5th cow): The choice for vegans is a bit limited. (But it's possible to find something, so don't let this put you off.)

Pros: Atmosphere, Food, Staff

Cons: Limited vegan choice

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