Review: Cafe Meon

Cafe Meon is situated in Chesapeake Mill, within the little village of Wickham in Hampshire. The whole menu is vegetarian or vegan with many gluten free dishes available too.

I would thoroughly recommend this little cafe, even if you’re a meat eater! The food is exquisite, delicious and really filling!

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As well as main meals, they offer a variety of yummy cakes and a large range of hot and cold drinks.

I have sampled the Wholesome Hippie Bowl, Sweet Potato Satay Spoodle and Parsnip & Squash Pasta Carbonara. All were absolutely delicious; I’d struggle with which one to choose next time!

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Parsnip & Squash Pasta Carbonara

This dish was very tasty and the nutty pasta sauce makes it a very filling and satisfying meal. Opt for this is you’re mega hungry and enjoy mac & cheese!

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Sweet Potato Satay Spoodle

This dish was much lighter, but the large portion and topping of seeds made it equally as filling. I’d go for this if you like peanut butter, beans and noodles!

I would advise leaving room for dessert as the cakes are to die for. I sampled the raw chocolate cheese cake and sticky toffee muffin.

 

The portion sizes are all very generous and the prices are reasonable. I can’t recommend this little hidden gem enough. Like I said, even if you’re not vegan/vegetarian, try and be open minded because I highly doubt you’ll be disappointed!

 

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7 thoughts on “Review: Cafe Meon

  1. That all looks delicious. I’m usually drawn to the burgers and I spy a beet burger on he menu but I LOVE mac and cheese and really want to find something that will satisfy my need for cheese that is also vegan… Scott can have cake and I will have the pasta 🙂

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      1. I’m really partial to a supper of crackers and cheese, but to be honest other than that it is a case of on pizza and pasta.

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      2. Ah ok, cheese and crackers could possibly be difficult to replicate. There are loads of cheeses, I’m just not sure how easy they are to get hold of. Pasta and pizza could be sorted though 👌🏻

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      3. Have you tried any vegan speads/pates? To be honest a nice bit of chutney on a cracker might work.

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