Green Days Cafe

  • Vegetarian Vegetarian
    ( 8 reviews )

This vegetarian cafe makes additive free and preservative free food. Kitchen closes any time after 5pm depending on how busy they are. Directions: By train, 10 min walk to St Michaels station. Bus routes 20, 60, 82, 82A airport bus (stop on Aigburth Road); 130 (stop on Ullet Road). Liverpool public transport times: merseytravel.org. Entrance is from Little Parkfield Rd. Previously served fish, but now 100% veg, Mar 2016. Open Mon 10:00am-5:00pm, Thu-Sun 10:00am-5:00pm.

Categories: Vegan-friendly, Lacto, Ovo

8 Reviews

First Review by louis

Best vegan breakfast ever - Edit

My favourite vegan breakfast ever, big portion and amazing tofu scramble

Pros: delicious , cheap

Cons: none

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Cheap and cheerful - Edit

Friendly cafe with bright and cheery decor. Inexpensive breakfasts and toasties, with several vegan options.

The vegan 'chimi' was a bit boring as it was mainly mashed potato in a tortilla wrap (and an overly spicy sauce).

The vegan breakfast had beans, curried tofu, sausages, mushrooms with onions, mash potato and tomato. It was 'okay' but I've had better vegan brunches. Wasn't keen on the scrambled tofu which had too much turmeric or curry powder and was dry. The toast was delicious though!

I'd come here again - probably not for breakfast - but for coffee and cake. The vegan bakewell tart was amazing and soya latte was great too.

Friendly staff, good value food and nice atmosphere. But the food could be slightly better (compared to other local options).

Pros: inexpensive, delicious vegan cake, nice coffee with soya or almond milk

Cons: some odd flavours on the breakfasts

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Homey Café - Edit

Really enjoy my breakfast there. The café is very cosy and lovely. Deco is great.
The vegetarian breakfast was cheap and filling! Would definitively recommend Green Days Café!

Pros: Inexpensive, Homey, Tasty

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Unique cafe - Edit

I only came here for a coffee but the cafe is quite inviting with its unique and eclectic collection of things, like visiting someones living room. They have several different dishes available. Unfortunately not a big selection of cakes when I visited.

Pros: unique, inexpensive

Cons: menu display inconvenient

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lovely! - Edit

lovely place and tasty food for good value. Love it!

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Green Days Cafe, Liverpool - Edit

Since this is now being reported as having gone 100% vego I am happy to update the rating.

Updated from previous review on Tuesday August 07, 2007

This is an upstairs cafe in Liverpool's South side running since Oct' '04. After a quick look I reckon there is approx:-

* 37 dishes listed on the menu in total

* 3 of these dishes are pescetarian

* the remaining 34 dishes listed are vegetarian

* around 8 or 9 of these dishes are vegan veggie

The menu frequently states clearly that dish variations are easily accommodated. Also the desserts aren't listed on the menu - you just take a look to see if there is anything you fancy in the display cabinet on that day.

For lacto veggies all the cheeses used are vegetarian. For me as a vegan veggie the lady working was more than helpful with what she could offer to feed me.

The tomato and vermicelli soup of the day that I had was thicker than George W Bush. The spoon stood up vertically in it unaided. The vegan veggie cooked breakfast that I then had was tops. Good atmo and helpful staff.


Suggested improvements:-

With assumption being the mother of all cock ups some labelling on the menu would be useful to spell out exactly which dishes are veggie and which are vegan.



Overall:-

I admit to bias to places with a 100% veggie menu but of course that's just my opinion (if this place's menu was 100% veggie I would definitely rate it higher than the already creditable 3 out of 5 that I did below). It's still a very welcome addition in Liverpool and well worth a visit (especially if you have a non veggie friend who refuses to eat veggie). I look forward to returning.

No connection with the similarly named American punk band so if you are a basket case going all the time for the time of your life I wouldn't expect special treatment.

Pros: Vegan friendly, helpful staff

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Bohemian little cafe - Edit

Good food, cheap prices, lively and friendly vibe. Down-at-heel in a bohemian and endearing fashion. Friendly staff. Eclectic clientele. Shame it's not totally veggie, but one of the most veggie-friendly omni cafes I've eaten in. Highly recommended.

Pros: cheap, friendly, bohemian

Cons: small, meat on menu

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Green Days - Edit

Pleasant cafe with numerous vegan options for lunch eg baked potatoes, sandwiches etc. The peanut butter and banana sandwich is very good and the vegan breakfast is a filling and tasty meal. Relaxed and chilled atmosphere inside. Short on vegan puds though.

Pros: soy milk available, relaxed

Cons: fish sold

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