Wildflower

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Timbuktu, Albany Rd Junction, A184, Gateshead , Newcastle Upon Tyne, England, NE8 šAT

Community Interest Company offering plant-based seasonal food, local art, live music and creative ventures. Profits are reinvested into the project. Relocated from Westgate Rd. Open Thu-Sat 10:00am-4:00pm.

Categories: Vegan, British

8 Reviews

First Review by Lorachambers

Hidden Gem in NewCastle - Edit

My wife and I eat lunch here and thoroughly enjoyed the atmosphere, the food, and the politeness of the owner. The meal was filling and reasonably priced, while also nicely seasoned. I will most definitely come back for more. Keep up the good work!

Pros: Atmosphere, Seasoning, Price

Cons: Understated location-slightly hidden, Difficult parking, limited hours

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Lovely food, great choice - Edit

We visited for the first time today. We had a bargain offer (2 courses plus cup of tea for 2 for £10) but actually even if we'd paid full price it wouldn't have been that much more expensive. Main courses were between £4 (sausage sandwich) and £5 (fajita dish). There were also lots of home made burgers (carrot, beetroot & felafel, sweet potato etc) which came with salad and in bun with various condiments. There were two gluten free options available. All tasty and filling and beautifully presented on gorgeous, mismatched crockery. Desserts were £1.50-£2 and included home made ice cream and various cakes (including one gluten free option). Reports from our part of 6 all positive! Lots of different teas available and served in dainty cups and saucers from decent sized pots. They also had a selection of juices and smoothies but we didn't have any of these. Lovely atmosphere and welcoming staff who obviously put their hear and soul into their cooking. Free parking around the corner for 4 hours or on westgate road itself for 70p an hour (max 2 hour stay). Lovely art on display in the cafe too. Highly recommended. We will definitely be returning.Good value

Pros: Good value, Great choice including gluten free options, Nice staff

Cons: Menu not displayed on the website so no guide, As to what is available or prices until you get th, Ere

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Lovely - Edit

Had a burger and cake. Very nice interior - lots to look at and books, records etc. Not very far from town - much closer than I originally thought, probably only 5 mins from the station. Friendly staff. Will be back.

Pros: Vegan, Lovely food, Very cheap

Cons: None

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In Bloom - Edit

From the ashes of Painted Elephant comes Wildflower and as a fan of the former, it's great to see them back. The menu is quite small but there are enough options to satisfy everyone including falafel wraps, soups, pasties, toasties, all of which are inexpensive (£3-£5). There is also a great selection of vegan cakes and mixed teas. So far I have sampled the chana masala flatbread, aloo chole and cheesy lentil pasty with salad, which were very tasty especially the chana masala. I would also recommend the lemon drizzle cake and chocolate caramel cake both of which were absolutely delicious.

Pros: Nice tasty food, Inexpensive, Lovely staff

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Loved it! - Edit

Great atmosphere, lovely food and very very very cheap! Literally everything is under a fiver!! Apparently menu changes all the time but I had a beetroot burger with a nice salad and then a chocolate cake. So good!

Pros: Vegan, Tasty, Cheap

Cons: Small

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nice new venture - Edit

open for three weeks wildflower is till.finding it's feet.
I'm a sucker for an arts space cafe, a little shambolic with a limited menu, but delightful. it's a lunch option with a smile.
I hope.it gets its target market.as youth and positivity can't be beaten.

Pros: staff, food

Cons: limited menu

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Schulie in Wonderland! - Edit

Visited for the first but definitely not the last time today - I loved the style of the place, very visually appealing! We had falafel and homous toasties with crisps and salad and a winter vegetable pasty - both were well presented and full of flavour - and a pot of tea each, followed by a matcha shake with an enormous slice of carrot cake and a Biscoff and jam donut freakshake! The prices are very reasonable too.
The service was friendly, we weren't kept waiting for long and there are books, jigsaws and other crafty things to keep you entertained if the artwork and curios aren't enough.
This little cafe definitely deserves to be successful!

PS Dogs are welcome too!

Updated from previous review on 2016-11-26

Pros: Great food, Lovely space, Inexpensive

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nice little cafe - Edit

A cute arty cafe run by very friendly people who are more than happy to make you feel welcome .they are big animal lovers and welcome pets into the cafe space well worth a visit

Pros: great food options all menu items under £5.00 so g

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