The Best Vegan Café’s to try in Cheshire!

Need some inspiration this Veganuary?  There are some amazing Vegan cafes right on our doorstep that are perfect for trying new things, to get some recipe ideas and to treat yourself!  Even if you are just testing the water of a plant-based diet for Veganuary or if you are a fully-fledged vegan, these places will have you coming back time and time again for fun, vibrant, nutritious food that you will love!


Wild and Wild, Congleton

Wild and Wild is an all vegan, sustainability promoting café in Congleton.  With a full menu of delicious treats to choose from, from healthy brunches and hearty dinners.  This place will make you feel like there’s nothing you are missing out on.  The cake selection is to die for, and there’s so many options for gluten free people too!  Even if you are just popping in for a coffee, you’ll find it hard to choose between the selection of hot drinks, fresh juices and smoothies.  Plus, you’ll find a zero-plastic approach to your takeaway items here, with recycled cups, containers and cutlery.  And once you see the choice of takeaway brunch boxes and afternoon tea, you’ll be sure to want to take something home for later!


Ethos, Macclesfield

With a Greek inspired menu, Ethos is bringing all the vegan options to Macclesfield town centre.  Serving breakfast, brunch and lunch options Ethos have lots to offer.  Look out for their speciality home-made Greek bread and cake options if you are just after a light snack, and their back room is perfect for cosying up with a hot drink and a book.  


The Garden, Hale 

If beautiful presentation is what you're after then this is the place for you.  With a menu that’s full of Instagram friendly dishes, this food is almost too good to eat.  From dreamy decorated acai bowls, to nutritious greens and warming soups.  You may never want to brunch anywhere else.  A feel-good atmosphere with beautifully decorated walls and outdoor seating.  Don’t forget to check out the fridge of fresh juices on display and the cake cabinet on the counter full of sweet treats that will make your mouth water.  


Jaunty Goat, Chester

A cute café in the heart of busy Chester.  Perfect to pop in after a busy day shopping for a warming speciality coffee with perfectly crafted latte art.  Sweet, simple, light and bright décor that makes you feel at home, and a choice of locally sourced, fresh food to dine on.  With this sustainable store, they are keeping it all plant based from food to milk.


Abdas, Northwich

Bringing a dash of culture to the small-town centre, Abdas offers plenty of options for Vegans.  Fusing middle eastern flavours with some classic favourites, there is plenty of inspiration and interesting food and drinks to be tried here.  With the worldly theme in the décor and within the menu, you’ll feel like you’ve explored a little further than just the town centre by the time you leave.  Lots of options for gluten and dairy free people too, so a great choice if you have specific intolerances.


Happy dining!

 

By Donna Edwards

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