• The Guillemot Kitchen Cafe

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Serves meat, vegan options available. Offers vegan breakfast & brunch dishes including avocado toast and a big breakfast which includes avo, spicy beans, tomato and portobello mushroom that can be made vegan by removing the egg. Also serves portobello mushroom and olive tapenade on sourdough or any bread of choice, bircher muesli with fruit and seeds and overnight oats with dates and nut butter. Almond, soya and oat milk available for coffee. Open Mon-Sun 09:00-17:00.

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4 Reviews

First Review by MrsWoodlands


Points +22

27 Aug 2022

Nice scones and coffee

I went to the deli with my two toddlers and we had scones and coffee/ baby cinos which we enjoyed. A few days later we went to the larger cafe next door with my husband. It was really busy but they squeezed us in. We had the vegan breakfasts which were nice and filling and tasty. The quesadillas sounded good but were unavailable that day so we’ll need to go back!

Pros: Vegan friendly



Points +184

19 Jun 2021

Really satisfied

there was a good amount of vegan options, i got a smoothie with coconut milk which was really nice. They have other meals and deserts that are vegan but i dont think its a whole lot.
They have a little shop with lots of sustainable goodies in it which is soo nice to see.
My only complaint would be that my smoothie came in a plastic disposable container even though i was sitting in!
Would go to again.


Points +676

07 Apr 2021

Mot mot mot

Excuse the celebrity Juice reference in the title. This marina located place is a deli, basically meaning you can buy cheese and capers and the like here as well as get them to cook for you.
Currently offering a spate of veg items, think most vegan but not sure, decided to try as my ma had raved about the place.
Seemed pretty busy on a weds, allowed 1 person in at a time so you wait outside. Was chilly so I ordered an Americano. I got the tostada ensuring to ask "it's vegetarian, right?" - got the yup so I began waiting. About 10 later the food was ready. Walked back to car only to find 2 bacon rashers nestling on top. Uh oh. So I went back, leaving my coffee to chill.
Happily they made me a new one, evidenced by a wait and offered me another coffee gratis. Nice that all the packaging is eco, or biodegradable.
It's always annoying to get meat served to you, this used to be bane of my life 17 years ago and had to walk out places due to similar, but a better outcome this time round. Was worried they'd just pick the bacon off and get a laugh at veg idiot eating bacon juices, but appears not to be case.
Tostada was as picture, healthy and not bad tasting, different from the heavier fare I'm usually reviewing.
Slightly pricier than I'd like as well, coming in at £10.10 for a small ish - but tasty - meal and one black Americano to go.
Possibly most varied veggie menu for Bangor though, if you don't fancy a pizza.

Pros: Local and unique , Deli

Cons: Slightly pricy


Points +2007

29 Mar 2021

Great seaside spot

Friendly wee seafront cafe. Cosy and warm on a blustery wet Monday lunchtime. 4 or 5 vegan options on the menu. I had a vegan slice from the cabinet with a selection of salads. A few vegan sweet options. I had a raw carrot cake. I'm not a fan of dessicated coconut but otherwise it was an elaborate offering. Good coffee too. Sells some vegan sausages and fudge to take home. Clean. Good wc. Street parking. Good options for the omnivores. Second visit was on a Saturday. Very busy but managed to get seated. Noisy too but we just wanted a quick tasty vegan lunch and that's exactly what we got 👍
28/3/21 download their app and order. Several vegan options. Some in my pics. Devil's advocate is a fried seitan thing. Dense and tasty. Would compete with a breakfast bap/soda. Salads good, probably a wee bit of oil. So not so good for WFPB folk but a rare and welcome vegan treat.

Pros: Friendly, Tasty, Several options

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