We were visiting a concert at the RNCM and wanted to eat nearby. There are loads of eateries and take outs, but we wanted something cheap but still good. We are not vegetarians but liked the look of the 8th day cafe from the website, so went there and were not dissapointed.
It is essentially a cafe, but you can tell that real thought, skill and love has fone into the food. I am certain that vegans and vegetarians would be thrilled to have somewhere like this to eat, but good food is good food to me, and this was good food. I had chickpea and artichocke couscous bake with salad (excellent selection of dressings that you help yourself to), husband had cauliflower and tofu passanda and they were both brilliant. We had coffees and cake afterwards (sticky ginger and peanut butter brownie) and the total was just over £20
Lovely friendly place and you can taste the love in the food.
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