The Forage

  • Veg-options Veg-options
    ( 6 reviews )

Serves meat, vegan options available. Sources local and seasonal produce, and menu has marked vegan choices. The vege breakfast can be requested vegan. Has hummus flatbread with avocado and spanich, a mezze plate (humus, olives, beans, flatbread, aubergine chutney), Thai spiced courgette fritters with spring onion salad, a 5-bean burger (vegan option) with sweet potato fries a pot of humus and red onion chutney.

Categories: Lacto, Mediterranean, Bakery, British, Fusion, Non-veg

6 Reviews

First Review by starcide

nice sweet potato fries - Edit

Nice cafe. Some vegan options. One vegan cake. Plant milks available.

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Crushed Avocado and Spiced Olive - Edit

The Forage. Lovely place to visit. Friendly and helpful staff. They have few vegan options. I've ordered Crushed Avocado on Ciabatta - very tasty.
They are also dog friendly.

Cons: 7.95£

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Vegan option burger - Edit

Ate lunch here today whilst out for work. Chose the Falafel Burger which has sweet potato fries but leaves off the slaw. A thoroughly uninspiring burger option for Vegans as it was dry and powdery.

Pros: pleasant surroundings, very clean and contemporary

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quick bite of lunch - Edit

It's in a lovely setting. It has beautiful rustic decorations that create a brilliant atmosphere. By the till there is a variety of their products to buy (from lip balms to apple juice).

I ordered the vegan mezze board and it's safe to say it tasted incredible. My favourite part of the meal had to be the freshly made lemon hummus! I didn't have time to sit in and eat desert but I ordered some sorbet from their stall by the tills, this was also very delicious and tasted very fresh.

The only downside of this restaurant was the service time. I had a very long wait for my main and my brother had his chips served separately to his main. This confusion in meals was almost expected though due to the time I was there. I was in the lunchtime rush in summer holidays seasons

Pros: food, decorating

Cons: waiting time

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nice restaurant in Lyndhurst - Edit

This place is nice but have quite a few vegan options, though. We got five beans burger with sweet potato chips and onion chutney and it was delicious! Portion was big and the price averaged. the restaurant offers a lot of Teapigs teas :) we also really appreciated water served for free.

Updated from previous review on 2016-07-18

Pros: big portion, free water

Cons: small amount of vegan options

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Great vegan friendly place in the middle of the new forest - Edit

I was on a camping holiday in the New Forest and didn't really expect to find much in the way of vegan food (there's not much on Happy Cow).

But we walked down Lyndhurst high street looking at the menus and found this place!

I went for the vegan option of the bean burger which was really great, it came with great chips, red onion chutney and some homemade humous, a great meal :)

I saw someone else having the Mezze and it looked great and there were several other options too.

Also of note is that Tea Total just down the road on the main high street from here has a separate vegan menu of lighter foods (including vegan scones too!)

Pros: Great vegan options for the area., Locally baked bread., They try to locally source all ingredients.

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