• World Peace Cafe

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Cafe at the Vairochana Kadampa Buddhist Centre. Offers soups, sandwiches, salads, and hot meals. Vegan and gluten-free options marked. Uses many organic ingredients and locally grown vegetable. Open Wed-Fri 11:00-15:00.

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4 Reviews

First Review by Sam883


Points +7423

29 Jan 2020

Nice space, good food

Located below street level. All vegan, two items for £4.50 - I had the mushroom pie with gravy and roast potatoes and took away a good flapjack/fruit bar slice. Also on offer were spinach dhal, vegetables, soup, pasties/rolls. Larger tables and booths at the back. CASH only.

Updated from previous review on 2020-01-29

Pros: all vegan

Cons: Cash only



Points +15

12 May 2017

Home made vegetarian food - peaceful space

The World Peace Cafe offers delicious home made vegetarian food at affordable prices, for example a bowl of healthy soup with bread and butter for£3.50 or large toasted sandwich on a choice of bread with salad and crisps for £5.50. Barista style coffee is also on offer a regular latte costing just £2. The cafe itself is a really peaceful pleasant environment to enjoy the food on offer. Would highly recommend.


Points +153

22 Sep 2016


This place is within walking distance to me so I was excited to find it, I'm afraid it was a disapontment. First the opening times are erratic , the food is bland, small portions and expensive.

Pros: Nice ambiance

Cons: to expensive , Small portions, bland food


Points +38

07 Jan 2013

Great place, Tasty food

A really nice, recently opened cafe on High Lane in Chorlton inside a buddhist centre. The cafe offers panini's and sandwiches on various breads with a wide choice of fillings, hot and cold, the soup was also really nice. lovely fresh salad and a wide selection of organic drinks, The coffee is great and the atmosphere is really relaxed for a chill or a nice lunch.

I enjoyed sitting in some sofa's they have at the back of the cafe as you can read there undisturbed. It could do with even more space really for some more sofas, though there was a christmas tree so perhaps they moved some.

Most of the food and drink was from local companies which was nice, they also had a shelf of buddhist books you could read from and some nice candles and incense for sale. The staff we're friendly and helpful :)

The organic and gluten-free cakes we're outsanding.

Pros: Locally sourced food, Nice place, Sofa

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