• Veg-options Veg-options
    ( 4 reviews )

142A St Vincent St, Glasgow, Scotland, G2 5LQ

Serves meat, vegan options available. Focuses on natural fast foods and has breakfast menu, hot rolls, salad boxes, wraps, salads, soups, juices, and smoothies. Coded menu with DF for dairyfree, VG for vegan, and a note that it can substitute yogurt with soya yogurt. For vegans a falafel wrap or salad box (with the soya yogurt and vegan slaw subs), 4 vegan salads which are packed with all sorts of grains, noodles, nuts, vegetables, and seeds, hummus & flat bread, and usually a soup is vegan. Open Mon-Fri 7:30am-6:00pm, Sat 11:00am-4:00pm.

Categories: Vegan-friendly, Lacto, Western, Fast food, Juice bar, Take-out, Non-veg

4 Reviews

First Review by craigmc

Busy; a few decent options - Edit

It looked busier than it was (people kept leaving the queue so I got there faster). Staff seemed efficient so I wasn’t waiting long once I ordered either. Vegan options could be sign-posted better on main menu (staff had no problem advising though) but cake was clearly labelled.

Pros: cheesecake, healthy

Cons: I’m greedy and wanted more cake lol

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Good for breakfast - Edit

Excellant service. Good and extensive menu. Resonably priced.

Pros: All day menu, Good service

Cons: None

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Falafels and RAW Cakes - Edit

I had the falafel wrap which the very friendly server swapped for soya yoghurt for me with a smile. It was huge and pretty tasty, packed with veg. They use Khobez bread which is more substantial than normal wraps. If I had any requests it would be more yoghurt please as it was slightly dry

I also noticed they have raw vegan cakes... There was a tiramisu, a chocolate cake and one other. I didn't try but will definitely be back for this.

Pros: vegan cakes , didn't get weird looks from the server for being v, portion size

Cons: wrap slightly dry , slightly more expensive than other high street lun

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okay for lunch - Edit

a decent lunch option, not a massive menu for vegans, but enough.

I had a falafel meal which was absoloutly fine and they had a few side. It's a nice cafe based on a similar theme to prep, but independent and offering more local food.

if in need its good option.

Pros: good value, vegan options, location

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