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Green Days Cafe

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    ( 5 reviews )
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13A Lark Lane, Liverpool, England,

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.

Category: Vegan-friendly, Lacto, Ovo

Reviews (5)

First Review by louis

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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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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