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Hundred Monkeys Cafe

  • Veg-friendly Veg-friendly
    ( 9 reviews )
Contact 44-1458-833386

52 High Street, Glastonbury, England, BA6 9DY

Serves meat, vegan options available. Offers some vegetarian and vegan dishes and most dietary needs catered for. All food freshly cooked with no use of microwaves. Busy and bustling atmosphere with sunny courtyard. Breakfast served from 8:30am-11:30am, Lunch 12pm-5pm, Evening Service from 6pm. Open Mon-Thu 8:00am-8:30pm, Fri-Sat 8:00am-9:00pm, Sun 9:00am-5:00pm.

Category: Vegan-friendly, Lacto, Ovo, Organic, Beer/Wine, Bakery, English, Non-veg

Reviews (9)

First Review by Deli Katesen

great place! - Edit

was dog friendly which was fantastic as had taken the pups out w us, they were even provided biscuits and tub of water! plentiful choices for vegans and many other vegetarian. the place does serve meat, so take that is mind if you wished to eat at a veggie only establishment! recommend the cakes! loads on offer! did find chocolate cake a little dry but loads of other options available to try!

Pros: served swiftly, dog friendly, vegan cake! many options!

Cons: busy so seating took a while, fresher cake or increase wet ingredients

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Nice! - Edit

It is a lovely place really, a few good vegan cookies , one sugar free! Also a good amount of vegan choices that change, mainly sides such as chickpea pancakes :) Everything is labeled gluten free, vegetarian and vegan so it is easy to tell! Maybe easier for some to eat veggie/vegan elsewhere in glasto but this is open later with some good, cheaper options. Would recommend for sure!

Pros: Clearly listed vegan options that change, Many gluten & sugar free, Open late

Cons: Serves mainly vegetarian/Meat/fish

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Good Food, Good Service, Organic Vegan/Vegetarian Options” - Edit

Although this restaurant is not completely vegetarian. What we loved about this restaurant was the fact that everything was organic, local and ethically sourced even their meat and fish. The menu had good options for vegetarians/vegans. We ordered the quiche which was really good, a carrot and cashew loaf - which was awesome and they also made a vegetarian special for us with an ingredient called samphire a sea vegetable - something we had never tried before. Their menu changes based on what is locally available at that time. The service was very good and the place was contemporary. We also ate here for tea time snack and had a scone with clotted cream, jam and cake and coffee and tea and everything was really tasty and fresh.

Pros: Good Veg Options, Organic, Local & Ethically Sourced

Cons: Not completely vegetarian

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I stopped in here whilst out on a cold October day, the bean burger was piping hot with a veganaise dressing that complemented the burger perfectly, making a perfect warming meal

The Grandmothers garden tea was an excellent accompaniment and left me much warmer than when I came in

It was very busy but the staff were totally on top of the situation and it took no more than 5 minutes after ordering before the full order arrived, it was however school 1/2 term

Obviously very popular with the locals, with good reason

Pros: Tasty food , Friendly staff, Cleanliness

Cons: Small menu

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Delicious original food - Edit

Whilst staying in Glastonbury we ate here twice. Everything was clearly marked vegan, gluten free etc. lots of choice. I had potato and fennel soup and I could really taste the fennel. The desserts were lovely too.

Pros: Several choices, Friendly staff, Spacious restaurant

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fantastic food - Edit

Hundred monkeys provides a great choice of food whatever your preferences. It may be more expensive than other local places, but when you take into account the fact that pretty much everything is homemade and where possible organic, locally and ethically sourced(some things even grown on site) i think it's pretty reasonable!
The food, served here, is always finished off with delicious dressings, dips and other lovely touches.
I love the fact that they cater for most dietary requirements (gluten free, vegan, vegetarian, raw vegan etc) in a creative and exciting way. I never feel like I'm missing out when eating here.
Yes they serve meat and dairy.... But then I've seen plenty of people order meat dishes and it is a buisness after all. It also means i can eat here with non-vegan friends who are always impressed with my vegan meal and they are often tempted to go for vegan/vegetarian options the next time (two who have made a shift to a vegetarian mostly vegan diet after seeing how great the food can be!)
So all in all it may not be affordable to eat here daily but well worth the occasional treat!
would give this a 5 cow rating if I was allowed!

Pros: amazing food, good atmosphere, caters for most people

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Rustic, friendly, vegan choices - Edit

They have a great choice of vegan and gluten free cakes, there coffee was ok a little week for me but still very nice. We will be going back to try some of there cooked food , they make there own hummus and vegan coleslaw. The cakes my husband and I had were delicious.

Pros: vegan dishes, vegan cakes, friendly

Cons: prices are on the high side

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Well worth a visit - Edit

I enjoyed a lovely meal here with my husband recently and was well pleased at how delicious the food was. There were several vegan options and along with a selection of vegan cakes.

Vegan dishes were clearly labelled and the staff were really helpful and friendly.

We bought even some of the home-made spelt bread (which is made on site) to take home, an absolutely delicious treat for the day after.

Pros: good vegan options, friendly staff, organic

Cons: serves meat

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Excellent but overpriced - Edit

Hundred Monkeys is situated at the top of Glastonbury High Street, and has recently expanded into the space once occupied by the greengrocer. As well as providing extra seating, this has also allowed room for their own bakery, meaning that most (if not all) of the bread served in the cafe is baked on the premises.

The range of vegetarian options is very good, and there's usually at least one vegan dish (usually more) on the menu. The food is of an excellent standard, and the veggie options clearly aren't added as a simple afterthought. All food is freshly cooked, with a focus on organic and local ingredients.

Service can be a little on the slow side, and I've often been forgotten about when sat in the courtyard area. Prices are on the high side, but the food is probably the best on offer in Glastonbury, so it's easy to forgive the fact that it's a little overpriced. Vegetarian main meals hover around the £9 mark, but it's nice to see that they're priced below their meat equivalents.

The cafe is open from around 10am, seven days a week. Closing times seem to vary. At the time of writing, the cafe is open for evening meals, but there is no clear advertising indicating on what days.

Pros: excellent food, ambience, courtyard seating

Cons: meat, price, slow service

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