This place is vegetarian and owned by the same person as Bann UK. It is a jacket potato takeaway with a difference: it has some exotic fillings such ... More
Baked Potato Shop
This place is vegetarian and owned by the same person as Bann UK. It is a jacket potato takeaway with a difference: it has some exotic fillings such as veggie haggis. Vegan dishes include veggie Chilli on a Baked Tattie. Amongst the other tasty options are home-made yoghurt, freshly-squeezed fruit juices and inexpensive freshly prepared rolls. A word of warning - the seating is limited, smoking is banned completely, and credit cards are not accepted.
I love it because as a vegan it is very hard to find places to eat. They do a good variety of stuff and different things to try every week. They do amazing vegan cakes too and drinks. The baked potato portions are very big, i can rarely finish mine and you can add 30p-ish for an extra large portion! The soup portions aren't as big though
The staff are friendly and helpful. Unfortunately if it's raining outside and some nasty couple come in while you order; one sits and one orders then you have no where to sit as it only has room or about 4 people! Also interesting posters to look at and find out about gigs in the area
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