Reviews (4)

First Review by Chris_D

Lovely little cafe - Edit

Stumbled by accident across this place, saw the board advertising vegan options and decided to pop in for lunch. The cafe was very busy but has a really welcoming feel to it. Staff were able to point me in the right direction of what was vegan. I opted for the lentil pate panini and carrot cake, both were delicious. Soya milk also available for drinks, latte was really nice too. Prices reasonable, I'll definitely be returning.

Pros: Fresh food to order, Staff friendly and knowledgable , Plant milks available

Cons: Can be very busy, Would be great to include a few more vegan options

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lovely different food, coffees and a cake - Edit

We had the vegan board which included lentil pate, houmous, roasted veg, sundried tomatoes, olives, rocket and carrot sticks with some sourdough bread (is the sourdough vegan? Now I realise I should have asked).

Soya lattes were nice but quite strong.
Only one vegan cake was available - on questioning if this was the only vegan cake, the server replied 'yes but these ones are gluten free...' What?!

So, we did enjoy the food, healthy options for mains as well as vegan breakfast/brunch.

Pros: outdoor seating if you have dogs, healthy food, lots of vegan options, soya milk and a cake

Cons: one staff member not quite aware of what vegan is!, sourdough bread on vegan items, maybe my ignorance

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Not bad, but not excellent - Edit

My non-veg mum and I were visiting Nottingham so I found the Fox Cafe via Happy Cow. We first passed this place on a busy Saturday afternoon - we didn't go in as it was packed - a good sign we thought! We decided to return on Sunday morning for breakfast (helpfully, the menu is on their website). It's nice that it opens a lot earlier than many other local cafes on a Sunday. However, despite us being the only customers the food took almost half an hour to arrive (we got there around 9:30am, an hour after opening). When the food eventually arrived I was given a 'side' of strawberries (nice!) as they'd run out of hash browns. They asked about sauces so I asked for ketchup but this never came. The baked beans (advertised on the menu) were also missing and there was no offer of vegan butter/spread for my very dry toast... I was planning to ask about this and the beans when they came back with the ketchup but in the end we just gave up waiting - we were sitting outside so it's perhaps more understandable that we were forgotten. Despite these little issues the staff were friendly, and I tried a soy milk flat white which was good, though more like a latte if I'm being picky.

Pros: vegan options, soya milk for hot drinks , cute cafe!

Cons: vegan breakfast could've been better, long waiting time for food

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Vegan panini and sandwiches - Edit

A table service cafe, but quick service even on a busy lunchtime - about 20 mins from order to table. Several vegan options including vegan hot paninis and cold sandwiches. Soya milk available for coffees etc. Blackboards offer vegan options but the menu isn't labelled, although friendly staff are clear about what's vegan.

Pros: Vegan paninis, Soya milk available

Cons: Menu doesn't label vegan options

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