Padstow

Althea Library B&B, 27 High Street, Padstow, PL28 8BB.     Tel: 01841 532717     www.althealibrary.co.uk   The veggie sausages are LABELLED VEGAN     One of the owners is vegan. Vegan breakfast options include fruit, porridge, soya yoghurt, soya or rice milk, pure spread, bread, mushrooms, tomato, hash browns, oven-fried bread, baked beans, vegan sausages, vegan muesli and some other cereals.

The Journeyman Restaurant Mellingey Mill, St Issey, PL27 7QU.     T 01841 540604     http://www.journeymanrestaurant.co.uk  10+ vegan dishes     Main dishes £9.50     Indian, Thai & Chinese Restaurant.  They can offer most of their menu with vegetables as suitable for vegans as all their homemade pastes/sauces are free from any animal/dairy products.

Rick Stein’s Cafe 10 Middle Street, Padstow, PL28 8AP.     They can create a menu of vegan options at short notice.  Examples include crispy tempura vegetables, stir fry noodles, vegetable curry, mushroom bruschetta, Tibetan noodle soup, salads and lots of side orders.  A previous vegan guest was very impressed by the food.

Rojano’s in the Square, 9 Mill Square, Padstow, PL28 8AE.      T 01841 5327963     http://www.rojanos.co.uk     Can rustle up some good vegan dishes with notice.

Victorian Tea Room, 22 Duke Street, Padstow, PL28 8AB.     T 01841 533161     They have a good understanding of veganism and can offer jacket potato and beans, veg curry, soups with bread and can mix other options.

The Basement, 11 Broad Street, The Drang, Padstow, PL28 8BS.     T 01841 532846     W thebasement.co.uk     They can adapt dishes such as salads, pastas or risottos to be suitable.  Other dishes can be discussed with notice.

Pucelli’s Restaurant, South Quay, Padstow.     T 01841 533313     W pucellisrestaurantpadstow.co.uk     Italian restaurant that can make pasta’s with tomato sauce or pizzas without cheese to be suitable for vegans.

Seven Bays Bistro, St Merryn, Padstow.     Tel: 01841 521560     They cook to order so can prepare vegan dishes if you request.

No.6 Restaurant & Private Dining, 6 Middle Street, Padstow, PL28 8AP.     Tel: 01841 532093     www.number6inpadstow.co.uk   Tue-Sat 12pm-2.30pm & 6pm-10pm. Sun 12pm-3pm.     £5-£18 a dish     They can cater for vegans. Examples include English tomato gazapacho with mixed pepper piperade for starter, a taste of Cornish vegetables for main and a selection of seasonal fruit for dessert.

Pescadou Restaurant, South Quay, Padstow, PL28 8BL.     Tel: 01841 532359 / 533372     Can cater for vegans with prior notice.

NOTHING SUITABLE FOR VEGANS – The Chough Bakery – Nothing is suitable as the vegetable pasty has egg wash on it   ***   The Padstow Pasty Company   ***   walkers fish and chips     – Sometimes the staff say the bean burger contains milk and the chips are cooked in beef fat, sometimes they say the chips are cooked in vegetable oil and the bean burger does not contain milk or egg.   ***   stein’s Patisserie   ***   Prince of India, St Merryn, Padstow   ***   The Cornish Bakery   ***

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9 Responses to Padstow

  1. Karen Morgan says:

    I went into Pasty Presto in Padstow over the Easter break (April 2011) and was told that all of their pasties, including the vegetable and the spicy chickpea pasties, are made with lard – which means that none of them are vegetarian let alone vegan. I was extremely disappointed!

    • vegankernow says:

      Thanks for your e-mail,

      I have since been in touch with Pasty Presto and had an e-mail from them clarifying the point that the pasties are vegetarian but not in fact vegan and will be updating the entry today. Thanks for your feedback

  2. Can you tell me how I can get ahold of other vegans in Padstow? I’m dying to meet others…

  3. Emma Allen says:

    We went to Walkers Fish and Chips takeaway on Sunday 15th April 2012 and we were told the chips are cooked in veg oil. Hope they were telling the truth….

    • vegankernow says:

      Hello,

      They may have changed the oil they use, but they told me they used animal fat about a year ago, so I’ll keep that information in for the time being to be safe.
      Places do change and sometimes staff don’t really know what there cooking at the best of times.

      Thanks for your comments, will take a ook at the place again soon.

      • Tracey H says:

        We visited Walkers in Padstow and was told that they do use veg oil and not beef fat to cook chips. Secondly, their spicy beanburger does not contain milk or egg.

      • vegankernow says:

        Hello, Yeah we’ve had a few people going there and it depends on who you speak to. They’ve told us both.

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