Where do I begin? All cards on the table, I’m not a vegan! Before becoming aware of The Happy Pear, eating less meat and animal products was something that would have never crossed my mind! I always felt when being told how to eat and or live through an aggressive approach this is what makes me want to rebel! Dave and Steve (owners, creators, marketing masters) have the most inoffensive way of promoting the benefits of eating in line with a vegan diet!
LOOK AT THAT BUDDHA BOWL AND TELL ME IT NEEDS MEAT! I BLOODY DARE YOU!
So this restaurant not only serves fabulous vegan delights but makes you conscious of their preferred health choices.. and who can’t benefit from being more aware of what’s going into your body? Coconut and squash soup is heavenly, the shepherdless pie is as delicious as it is hilariously named and, well, look at the Buddha bowl!
Ps. You’re a fool if you don’t pick up a tub of their “healthy” Nutella! And if you figure out how to sit and not eat the tub in one go, can you let me know? ... asking for a friend! 😉
it serves Vegetarian delights to its customers
It is located at the top end of the road and I'm sure you'll see it by the crowd I am informed is always there.
The choice is very good and the portions quite large. we settled for one of their many salads something we both enjoy. The quantity on the plate was quite surprising and at only 1.25 Euro it was excellent value and quality.
CHECK what is included with your meal to get best value. if you have the soup it is served in a very large full bowl with a choice of home made breads.
For those with a sweet tooth there is a good choice of cakes though a little expensive.
There is a full range of hot and cold drinks on offer at reasonable prices.
The shop next door is part of the location and sells a myriad of healthy items.
There is plenty of seating both inside and out front and back.
There is no waiter service you pay as you enter then find a seat.
I would return and highly recommend it.