The Blue Teapot

  • Vegetarian Vegetarian
    ( 5 reviews )

Grange Dene, Mytholmroyd, England, HX7 5LL

Opened Summer 2015. A modern, relaxing vegetarian restaurant is located in the Pennine village of Mytholmroyd. Serves a selection of vegetarian meals, artisan coffee, loose-leaf tea, wine, local ales and cake. Vegan and gluten free options (including cake) will always be available, and can cater for other dietary requirements upon request. Uses fair trade and locally sourced produce in many dishes. Free Wi-Fi. Always offers a selection of novels, games, children's books, newspapers and magazines. Dogs are welcome in the small second room. Welcomes breastfeeding babies and will heat up baby food on request. Open Tue-Fri 9:00am-5:00pm, Sat 10:00am-5:00pm.

Categories: Vegan-friendly, Beer/Wine, Catering

5 Reviews

First Review by hairydog

Tasty and satisfying meals - Edit

Popular café – its two rooms were full shortly after noon on a December Saturday. Fresh flowers on the tables. There are many vegan and veganizable meals on the menu. I had the Big Vegan Breakfast for £6.95, with VBites Lanchashire sausages, tomato, garlic mushrooms, hashbrown patty, baked beans, scrambled tofu (had onions and squash in it) and “doorstep” toast (thick slice) with vegan spread. Very satisfying, and good scrambled tofu. Also on the menu were light bites, avocado on toast and bigger meals, including vegan lentil--sweet potato burger, lentil dhal with roast cauliflower and pomegranate and a winter mezze plate for £7.50. Coffee, tea, hot chocolate and Little Valley Brewery bottled beers (vegan!). I took away a piece of delicious mulled-pear cake.

Pros: many vegan options, freshly made meals, pleasant staff

Cons: not all vegan

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Lovely jubbly. - Edit

The Blue Teapot is a quaint little café with a delightful menu. The specials change frequently and they are more than happy to accommodate vegan restrictions (there’s always a selection of vegan meals on the menu too!).

I ordered the from the specials menu - the vegan samosa. I was absolutely delighted when it arrived to see that they were actually baked; sure that’s not authentic, but absolutely perfect for me as I’m not a fan of fried foods where I can help it. The flavours were spot on, and the dish was a pleasure both taste and visual wise, but also perfect portions for lunch!

The staff were really friendly and the atmosphere was relaxing, we felt right at home. I’ll definitely go out of my way to visit again when I’m in the area, it was just a really lovely experience.

Updated from previous review on 2017-08-01

Pros: Great vegan selection, Homely and clean atmosphere, Really lovely staff

Cons: Nothing!

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Amazing! - Edit

I absolutely love this cafe, there are so many options for vegans and the staff are so attentive and friendly. It's a really cosy little place and their sausage and tomato chutney sandwich is to dieee for! Thank you :)

Pros: Really great vegan options

Cons: I can't think of any

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Vintage and Modern - Edit

Some cafes these days do a retro vibe through and through. This charming little place has that slightly comforting back in time feel but with great energy and up to the minute music.

The food was superb for vegans with very tempting cakes and deserts. I have been there twice now and have found it more than fulfilled my expectations. This time it was just for a coffee and cake. The vegan vanilla cheese cake was really delicious. And the last time the light and fluffy ginger pud was good too. The location is a bit off the beaten track but the journey over the moors to try this place is worth it.

Pros: Delicious food, Calming and refreshing ambience, Wide choice.

Cons: A bit tucked away.

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Small but lovely - Edit

This is really a tea shop that also does more substantial food. It is quite small with just a few tables in each of the two rooms. Great food, friendly service. They also do craft sessions and evening meals from time to time, but I've not tried them.

Pros: Vegetarian and vegan, dog friendly human friendly

Cons: Not really suitable for a very large group of peop

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