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Mykey also took a hell of a lot of photos of us messing around.
*STANDARD* The cafe was clean, tidy and not very busy when we first arrived however customers seemed to start arriving around .
Our first dealings with G’s was after I had seen the group communal meal menu, that was organised for later in the week.
It was raining pretty hard outside and I really couldn’t be bothered to cook, so I convinced my little sister Charlotte and my partner Mykey to have breakfast out in Bude.
The best night for food however was when the whole of Vegan Camp went to G’s for a communal meal.
The owners and staff really pulled out all the stops. (Closed cup mushrooms with red onions, port, soya cream and herbs £4.95.) I had a carrot, orange and ginger soup.
( served with warm bread £3.80.) Both dishes were full of flavour and tingled the taste buds.
We’ve eaten in more expensive restaurants that have not served us starters this good. They have an alcohol license and sell traditional Cornish vegan cider. 🙂 For the main course, Grandma, Mum and I had the lentil and butternut squash tagine (served with salad and cous cous £7.95.) Grandma doesn’t do peppers, but she ate this lot.
This gives me great joy because for the first time in ten years, SOMEONE ELSE WILL BE COOKING!It was called, “The Veggie Ansom.” At £8.95 you certainly got value for money.