• St. Martin's Organic Coffee House

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Serves fish, vegan options available. Vegetarian food and fish. Vegan choices include day's soup, salad, the plain or chocolate flapjack. Has oat milk and dairy-free spread. Cakes are dairy-free but contain egg. Uses organic, whole food ingredients. In a rustic restored building with a garden area, upstairs, a piano, and open log fire on the go. Est. 1979. Open Mon-Sat 10:00-18:00.

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5 Reviews

First Review by VeganVera


Points +119

20 Oct 2022

Gorgeous venue

Extremely limited vegan choice, we had vegetable soup which was unremarkable, and nut loaf. The latter was okay, but portion was weeny and no salad available, not so much as a sprig of parsley. Charged extra for single slice of bread, and extra again for vegan butter. So £16.20 for tiny lunch, couldn't afford to have a beverage, and hostile attitude meant I wasn't brave enough to ask for tap water. However, the warren of intersecting tea rooms are very quaint. Might save up and go back for a cup of tea sometime...

Pros: Gorgeous venue, Bread was nice but...

Cons: Grumpy, Unfriendly notices, Miniscule portions



Points +6

Non Veg
15 Mar 2022


Hostile atmosphere, extremely rude proprietor, very expensive with extremely small portions, £5 minimum spend per person and sign at door saying no babies, not really in keeping with general vegan values.

Pros: The building is nice

Cons: Rude, £5 min spend per person, Small portions


Points +2588

27 Nov 2021

Cosy café

Stopped here for a coffee and cake a while back. The indoors is very cosy, especially by the fire place. Quite a few vegan options by the till. A good place for a warm drink and a catch up with a friend ☕️


Points +156

19 Feb 2020

Really cute

Really cute independent cafe, really nice in the winter as they out fires on in the rooms, fresh homemade cakes and biscuits!


Points +321

31 May 2016

Cosy, friendly and something for vegans

Situated in atmospheric, cosy 18th-century property (which unfortunately means access is not good), with outside seating when weather is warm. Friendly and helpful staff. Vegan options are soup or dragon cake with salad (the advertised salad which accompanies the dragon cake is not vegan but they will happily make a vegan salad), plus a flapjack. There is even a piano to play.

Pros: Friendly staff, Vegan options, Atmospheric

Cons: Limited vegan options, Poor disabled access

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