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London, United Kingdom

Do you have gluten-free options?

over a year ago Answer

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London, United Kingdom
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Thank you for your quick response SharonTickle. Much as I expected, I think we'll take a packed lunch and pop in for a coffee as you suggest :)

over a year ago
Byron Bay, Australia
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Hi psv09, they only offer soups, a vegie one and a fishy one, served with bread, plus some cakes. So options are very limited, i.e. soup. On the first day I visited they were very quiet so the owner had time to make me a plate of raw vegies as I am vegan. Second time I had mushroom soup (go back for seconds is included). Having said that I would still pop in for a coffee/tea if you are in the area but don't go out of your way for a meal as you may be disappointed. Hope that helps.

over a year ago
Byron Bay, Australia
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Hi psv09, they only offer soups, a vegie one and a fishy one, served with bread, plus some cakes. So options are very limited, i.e. soup. On the first day I visited they were very quiet so the owner had time to make me a plate of raw vegies as I am vegan. Second time I had mushroom soup (go back for seconds is included). Having said that I would still pop in for a coffee/tea if you are in the area but don't go out of your way for a meal as you may be disappointed. Hope that helps.

over a year ago
Byron Bay, Australia
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Hi psv09, they only offer soups, a vegie one and a fishy one, served with bread, plus some cakes. So options are very limited, i.e. soup. On the first day I visited they were very quiet so the owner had time to make me a plate of raw vegies as I am vegan. Second time I had mushroom soup (go back for seconds is included). Having said that I would still pop in for a coffee/tea if you are in the area but don't go out of your way for a meal as you may be disappointed. Hope that helps.

over a year ago
Byron Bay, Australia
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Hi psv09, they only offer soups, a vegie one and a fishy one, served with bread, plus some cakes. So options are very limited, i.e. soup. On the first day I visited they were very quiet so the owner had time to make me a plate of raw vegies as I am vegan. Second time I had mushroom soup (go back for seconds is included). Having said that I would still pop in for a coffee/tea if you are in the area but don't go out of your way for a meal as you may be disappointed. Hope that helps.

over a year ago
Byron Bay, Australia
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Hi psv09, they only offer soups, a vegie one and a fishy one, served with bread, plus some cakes. So options are very limited, i.e. soup. On the first day I visited they were very quiet so the owner had time to make me a plate of raw vegies as I am vegan. Second time I had mushroom soup (go back for seconds is included). Having said that I would still pop in for a coffee/tea if you are in the area but don't go out of your way for a meal as you may be disappointed. Hope that helps.

over a year ago
Byron Bay, Australia
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Hi psv09, they only offer soups, a vegie one and a fishy one, served with bread, plus some cakes. So options are very limited, i.e. soup. On the first day I visited they were very quiet so the owner had time to make me a plate of raw vegies as I am vegan. Second time I had mushroom soup (go back for seconds is included). Having said that I would still pop in for a coffee/tea if you are in the area but don't go out of your way for a meal as you may be disappointed. Hope that helps.

over a year ago
Byron Bay, Australia
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Hi psv09, they only offer soups, a vegie one and a fishy one, served with bread, plus some cakes. So options are very limited, i.e. soup. On the first day I visited they were very quiet so the owner had time to make me a plate of raw vegies as I am vegan. Second time I had mushroom soup (go back for seconds is included). Having said that I would still pop in for a coffee/tea if you are in the area but don't go out of your way for a meal as you may be disappointed. Hope that helps.

over a year ago
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I have no idea. Sorry maybe you could find the number and call them. The Icelandic people are very friendly. The restaurant is a small mom and pop place

over a year ago
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