no one is choosing to go to a board game café just to get lunch, and certainly not expecting a cheap lunch, but it’s so great to know that if you want to spend three hours there getting your geek on, you won’t go hungry!
There were actually more vegan options on the menu than I could try in one sitting, which I was really impressed by. If a small local business such as this can manage, there’s definitely no excuse for other cafes and restaurants not to follow suit!
Lula’s Ethiopian and Eritrean Cuisine has been a familiar face at the Gloucester Green market on Wednesdays and Saturdays for a long time, with her vegan options being a firm favourite for a tasty lunch.
We arrived around 1pm, by which time the vegan apricot filled croissants had long since sold out (good excuse to go again soon). It’s a small cafe, but the chilled cabinet had a good selection of vegan sandwiches available, and there was hot food on offer too.