• The Garden Kitchen

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Fast food
Beer/Wine
Take-out
Bakery
British
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Breakfast
Non-veg

Serves meat, vegan options available. Set within Bewdely Museum. Offers vegan breakfast with scrambled tofu, vegan lunch choices including jackets with vegan coleslaw or vegan chilli; vegan pie and quiches, vegan sandwiches including vegan cheese and vegan panini with smoked tofu and hummus. Has a chickpea bake as a vegan Sunday roast. Also has many vegan cakes such as chocloate brownie, fruit pie, muffins and sponge cakes. Currently open for takeaway. Open Mon-Sun 10:00-16:00.


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2 Reviews

First Review by MalcR

Markopolo

Points +44

Vegan
12 Jul 2021

Lucky find in the museum grounds

We found ourselves passing through Bewdley, this is a friendly place with clearly marked vegan options, we had vegan breakfasts and coffee and was tempted by a piece of lemon drizzle cake for later. Would definitely visit again.

SarahBillett

10 Aug 2023

Wow, this must be the most belated thanks in history, but hey, thanks for this lovely review! I'm sure you've been back since. Hope you enjoyed!

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MalcR

Points +75

Vegan
05 Sep 2019

A Must to Visit in Bewdley

After walking along the picturesque River Severn from Arley to Bewdley we needed to find somewhere for lunch in this town unfamiliar to us. Once again Happy Cow came up trumps.
The Garden Kitchen is in a delightful location within Bewdley Museum. We could almost sense that we wouldn't regret our choice of venue as we walked through the charming passageway to the eatery via the tourist information centre.
On enquiring what the vegan options were we were introduced to the 'resident vegan' staff member who kindly described the several options of the day.
We chose the celeriac, apple and leek pie with accompanying vegetables, all cooked al dente. Delicious.
I didn't see any indoor seating area - there were some open-air tables but we chose the large three-sided gazebo which, although it was sunny, entirely sheltered us from the cold wind.
Apart from the food it was the efficiency, knowledge and attentiveness of the staff that clinched this place as a must to visit again.

Pros: Several vegan choices. Friendly helpful staff.

Cons: I don't know what it's like in cold weather

SarahBillett

02 Oct 2019

Wow! Thanks for this fantastic comment. As for cold weather, we are currently working on an indoor area - check us out next month!




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