I haven’t written an “Eating out Vegan” post in ages. I know how useful they can be when you’re trying to find somewhere to eat as a vegan whether locally or when visiting a new town. Pembrokeshire Promise opened just over a year ago and I’ve been looking forward to going there since. We finally made it to this lovely cafe last week. Read on to find out my thoughts and their current vegan options:
Pembrokeshire Promise Cafe
We popped in for a bite to eat while doing some Christmas shopping. We hadn’t booked a table in advance as we wanted to check the recent storms calmed down before heading out. Thankfully the wind eased and my mum, Jo, and I could once again be ladies who lunched. We walked past the cafe while shopping and it looked quiet, but when we returned to eat it had got busier and we were lucky to get a table. I’d recommend you book in advance but it’s always worth popping in to check too. We were seated at the “Sandy Haven” table- don’t you love the painted pebble place settings? They are all named after local Pembrokeshire Beaches.
I knew from social media and their online menu that they had vegan options but I’m always nervous when visiting new places. I’ve written about this in the past but I’ve had experiences where the online menu will say dairy-free milk available, but when you show up they no longer have it in stock. I’ve also been served non-vegan food on occasions.
On the menu, it says Soy and Almond milk available. I was so happy and relieved when my request for a pot of tea and soya milk could be met. It even came with a suitable for vegans Lotus biscuit on the side. Many places will provide a vegan drink but add a non-vegan biscuit or treat.
Vegan Options at Pembrokeshire Promise
The menu has a number of vegan options including vegan cheese or hummus and avocado rolls, ciabattas or ciapaninis; vegan cheese jacket potatoes, and homemade vegan chickpea curry (I’m definitely going to choose this one day).
I chose a vegan cheese and pickle ciapanini. it came with a delicious salad, root vegetable crisps, and vegan coleslaw. I was going to say “no coleslaw” (assuming I couldn’t have it) but the waitress checked if I wanted vegan coleslaw, which was great service. Mum and Jo enjoyed their meals too.
There was a lovely, friendly atmosphere at Pembrokeshire Promise, we were happy to see people we knew at the other tables too. They were very busy, between people coming in and the phone ringing for take-out food but still gave great service with a smile. We will definitely be back (I have a chickpea curry I need to try…).
Pembrokeshire Promise Gift Shop
Pembrokeshire Promise is also a gift shop. They sell lots of natural products, such as soap and whipped soap (this is amazing), wax melts and burners, gift hampers, wax burners, and scarves. I know Dave had picked me up some lovely sets in here while picking up his take-out dinner- how handy is that?
Pembrokeshire Promise can be found at 95 Charles Street, Milford Haven, Pembrokeshire. Call to book a table: 01646278519 Visit their Facebook page for more information: Pembrokeshire Promise
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