• Open House Deli

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Salad bar

Serves meat, vegan options available. Deli offering vegan salads and hot pots. Offers the option to build your own salad for lunch as well as build-your-own oats for breakfast. Also offers tea and coffee with plant milk. Open Mon-Sat 08:00-17:00, Sun 09:00-16:00.

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5 Reviews

First Review by MadeInWonderland


Points +55

31 Jul 2023

Amazing cafe and eco shop

I’m so glad I found this place (thank you Happy Cow!). There are many vegan options and all made using in season produce. The staff are super helpful and friendly, able to answer all questions about ingredients and what is best. Highly recommend

Updated from previous review on 2023-07-31



Points +36

16 Jun 2022


This has been my favourite place to buy lunch. Their salads change every month and are vegan and mostly gluten free too. They have vegan sweet things that are mostly gluten free as well. The staff are always ready to help with any questions about intolerances but they’ve gotten mean with portion sizes and amount of salad dressing. It’s such a shame it used to be amazing, I’ve gone elsewhere now

Updated from previous review on 2022-02-09


Points +62

20 May 2022

Friendly and loads of vegan options

This is one of my favourite places to go when I'm in Winchester. The cafe has a real sustainability focus and over the years has doubled as a bike repair cafe and now an eco/zero waste shop. Staff are friendly, loads of vegan options every time, and the ingredients are locally sourced. Would always recommend.

Pros: Friendly staff, Good value, Lots of options


Points +40

24 Oct 2020

Delicious ratatouille

Very friendly staff, and great range of vegan and vegetarian options as well as gluten-free options. I had the ratatouille and I also sampled the excellent salads and fritters. All very tasty. I bought a vegan muffin to take home and it was great.


Points +259

06 Sep 2020

Interesting cafe/...bike shop?

I’ve walked by this place many times and always been too confused to go in, but I finally decided to check it out yesterday and am glad I did. They had a delicious looking selection of pastries (some vegan) for breakfast, but I ended up going for one of their delightful porridge options. On the menu it says all their porridge is made with almond milk, but I’m (very sadly) allergic to almonds and my server said it would be no problem to make it with coconut milk instead. It was beautifully presented and was a delightful combination of pecans, pumpkin seeds, and housemade fruit compote. I also had a coconut milk late that was the best coffee I’ve had in ages. I had a little browse through their sustainable living section afterwards and got some cute reusable sandwich pouches. They also had a produce table, so they have a lot to offer!
I’m still not entirely sure what’s up with the connected bike shop. It seems to be some kind of community focused non-profit that offers affordable repairs, lessons, and second hand bikes for sale? I don’t know if it was a bike shop first and they decided to add a cafe onto it for extra income or what. It’s in the same room, but the cafe is kind of separated from it by the seating area, so it’s just kind of in the background doing its own thing.
There was a hand sanitizer station at the entrance, and hand sanitizers on all of the tables, which were well spaced, so I felt comfortable enough with social distancing to eat inside.

Pros: Tasty vegan options, Sustainability products for sale, Comfortable pandemic measures

Cons: Could be better advertised, not just for cyclists

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