• The Blitz Cafe

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Serves meat, vegan options available. Themed cafe and tapas bar. From 6pm till close offers a tapas menu which includes a vegetarian section, from which 3 dishes can be made vegan. If you ring beforehand, chef can make vegan dishes for you. Open Tue-Sat 18:00-23:30.

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4 Reviews

First Review by hack_man


Points +210

03 Jun 2022

Nice vegan tapas options.

There are vegan options which was cooked from scatch. Friendly staffs but no plant based milk for hot drinks. No vegan sides though.

Pros: Got some vegan options , Friendly staffs

Cons: No vegan sides, no plant based milk for hotel drinks.



Points +131

02 Sep 2021


The vegan options were very poor. We struggled to get in anywhere else and I just wished we hadn’t bothered.
The wait staff had no knowledge of what was or could be made vegan. When leaving one waitress said that they don’t want to be known to have vegan options but then added that she had vegetarian friends. Just a waste of an evening.

Pros: Central location

Cons: Lack of vegan options , Staff not knowledgable


Points +388

03 Nov 2019

Not great for vegans

I went to the cafe after seeing that they could possibly cater to vegans, but they really weren’t terribly helpful. I was after a decent brunch and the waitresses didn’t really know what they could offer. So, fair enough! I went to Sanders Yard instead.


Points +22381

26 May 2018

Meanwhile, back in the 40’s

Popped in for a couple of halves of Peroni to celebrate the end of WW2. At least that’s what it felt like such is the war time theme here, hence the name. Nice enough place, friendly staff and a good range of tapas, some of which are vegan such as the grilled rustic bread topped with tomato, garlic and olive oil, patata bravas, bombay potatoes and garlic and rosemary roast potatoes, vegetable tempura and possibly the mushroom risotto. Also if you pop down to the toilets there’s some interesting blitz themed grafitti to keep you entertained. There might even still be a Happy Cow sticker too.

Pros: vegan options

Cons: lots of meat on the menu, crumbly air raid sacks

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