Review: Delhish Vegan Kitchen

I feel sad about posting this review. As it’s only the second vegan restaurant to open in Oxford, I was really excited to visit Delhish Vegan Kitchen and to give my support to a new independent vegan business. Unfortunately, based on our experience when we visited for Valentine’s Day, I don’t feel able to recommend it.

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Review: Oxfam Superstore

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.

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Review: Skogen Kitchen

Tucked away down King Edward Street is this cute Scandinavian Cafรฉ, Skogen Kitchen, and they are nailing the hygge vibes. Having spied that they sell vegan cinnamon buns to order on their website, I was sure they would be a vegan-friendly spot to meet a friend for a light lunch and long catch-up.

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Review: Costa Coffee

January, or Veganuary as it’s exclusively known as now among the vegan community, has been a great month for new product and menu launches in the last couple of years, with 2020 seemingly bringing the most exciting announcements yet. I took a trip to Costa Coffee to try out their brand new options.

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Review: The Coconut Tree

Followers of my Instagram will know that I’m a big fan of The Coconut Tree, on St Clement’s Street. In fact, whenever new followers send me a message asking for recommendations of where to eat, I will always tell them that the Sri Lankan bar/restaurant is my number one place to get good vegan food in Oxford.

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Review: Mowgli

The atmosphere in the evening is lovely, sitting on little wooden swing seats surrounded by fairy lights. The food, while great quality, is very reasonably priced, and they’ve put customer experience at front of mind with the allergen menu provided on a clipboard with the menu as standard.

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Review: Victors

I have reviewed Victors before, but after my recent visit I knew I had to come back on the blog and give everyone an update! My eagle eyes spotted they were offering 50% off their Autumn and Winter menu during September/October, and I was pleasantly surprised to see a number of differences in their offering for vegans.

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Review: The Bicycle Shed

They focus on good quality, seasonal food, so they’re refreshing what’s on offer fairly regularly, and they seem to be very inclusive in catering to a variety of dietary requirements. The bar and restaurant seemed like the perfect spot for a romantic and relaxed evening meal.

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Review: Bbuona Pizza Bar

You might recognise the restaurant featured in this review,ย Bbuona Pizza Bar, under its former name, Buonjourno e Buonosera. As a pretty traditional style pizzeria, Bbuona Pizza Bar isn’t on board with the vegan cheese, but there are plenty of labelled vegan options on the menu.

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