The Naked Deli - Heaton

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  • ( 4 reviews )


231 Chillingham Rd, Heaton, Newcastle Upon Tyne, England

Serves meat, vegan options available. Cafe, deli and take away specializing in unprocessed food ('naked') with labelled vegetarian and vegan items. At breakfast there's quinoa flapjacks, coconut yogurt, chia seed pudding, maple pecan porridge; the warm vegetarian breakfast can be made without egg. For lunch and main courses there is a separate vegetarian where dishes like the chestnut mushroom and tomato vegan ragu are the kale and broccoli soups and mean green burger. Other vegetarian dishes can be made vegan by omitting dairy or egg: the pea, spinach & quinoa patties can be served without poached egg; edamame bean spaghetti can be without feta cheese, etc... Ask your server for assistance. Has coconut and almond milk for smoothies and treats like acaci with raspberry and vegan cheesecakes among others. Open Mon-Fri 08:00-18:00, Sat 09:00-17:00, Sun 10:00-16:00.

Categories: Vegan-friendly, Lacto, Ovo, Western, Juice bar, Take-out, British, European, Breakfast, Non-veg

4 Reviews

First Review by hack_man


Points +18

02 Sep 2019


I ordered 2 vegan satay wraps, food arrived and within a bite i knew it was not vegan chicken. Called them to confirm order they said its ‘100% vegan’, I went to the shop to show them and they said the delivery driver gave us the wrong order despite getting the exact same sides! Completely ridiculous excuse would never order from them again


Points +7139

05 Jan 2018

Raw Power

I visited here recently for a coffee and a cake after having lunch at the nearby Wild Trapeze. The selection of vegan cakes is impressive and after much deliberation I plumped for the nut fudge and seed cake with an Americano, whilst my wife ordered the chocolate orange cheesecake and a rooibos tea. The two cakes were magnificent and I would love to know how they created the fudge, as it was the perfect texture and taste. The cheesecake was also delicious and again the right taste and texture. In total we spent just short of £10. The staff were very friendly too but if I did have a criticism it would be to expand the vegan main options, as it is limited with a lot of options either being dairy or meat based.

Pros: Vegan cakes, Friendly staff

Cons: Limited vegan mains


Points +18283

21 Aug 2017

Naked Treats

I first discovered Naked Deli products on sale at their very popular concession in the Fenwick department store in Newcastle city centre. Their main branch at Heaton is also extremely popular. We popped in after lunch at True Coffehouse directly opposite on Chillingham Road. Their superfood salads, healthy vegan meals and curries looked awesome. You could see the health oozing out of them. I really should eat more food like this. Everything is freshly made and looks highly trustworthy in terms of its preparation. Veganism is respected here. We bought a small selection from their extensive naked treat range of raw vegan cheesecakes. The salted caramel is pretty special. Just make sure you leave enough for others. At £2.95 a slice it's not cheap but you have to remember the cost of the ingredients and effort involved in making these hand made delights. I'm hoping to try a savoury meal there sometime soon.

Updated from previous review on 2017-07-12

Pros: vegan meals , vegan cheesecakes, fresh and healthy

Cons: gets very busy, quite pricey, not great for parking



Points +25635

21 Aug 2017


A bit limited in the mains but I had a superfood type salad which rocked.
Rice, pea and mint, falafel, cherry tomatoes and a Hint of chilli.
As you would expect with raw food, plenty of cakes! Unfortunately I didn't try any.

Pros: tasty, healthy, staff

Cons: limited

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