Yeda Cafe has made me think of becoming vegan

Yeda Cafe is a casual vegan cafe / takeaway which serves up grilled sandwiches, wraps, salads, breakfast foods, baked goods and coffee.

With Yeda Cafe only recently been opened since December 2019 I was invited down on a complimentary basis to try out their tasty vegan delights.

Yeda Cafe

Yeda Cafe are based in Covent Garden Neal Street and they sell good quality plant based dishes. You can either eat in or takeaway.

Their philosophy is:

Becoming a bit vegan

Lately I am trying to change my diet to reduce my meat and dairy intake so when I was invited down to try the delights of Yeda I couldn’t resist.

Upon stepping through their sunny yellow doors I was warmly greeted by friendly staff.

Their interior is lush with it’s gold colour seating and pastel walls.

Looking over the menu I decided to opt for the Creamy Mac butternut squash, smoky coconut flakes and my husband Jason the WOW-ffle! sweet potato waffle, slaw, BBQ Jackfruit, crispy onions.

Look how happy I am

This Creamy Mac butternut squash, smoky coconut flakes was a lovely creamy mac full of flavour. The pasta was cooked perfectly soft and creamy, the butternut squash gave the whole dish a lovely sweet taste and the coconut flakes gave the dish a great crunch here and there. I would certainly be returning in the future for another bowl.

This WOW-ffle! sweet potato waffle, slaw, BBQ Jackfruit, crispy onions was a wonder as it was not made using eggs but tasted surprisingly good exactly like a waffle would if made out of eggs. It was thick and golden and the toppings of sweet potato, slaw, jackfruit and crispy onions gave it an array of flavours. So if you love all those foods you will love this waffle.

For dessert I opted for the Chocolate Brownie and Jason Raspberry and Coconut Loaf.

The Chocolate Brownie was a chocolate delight. No egg and no beans this brownie was simply made from flour, sugar and chocolate and it was delicious. It was moist, gooey and soft making it a chocolate lovers delight. In fact this has to be one of the best brownies I have tasted in a long time.

This Raspberry and Coconut Loaf again made using no eggs but tasted exactly like a regular loaf sponge. The icing which consisted of raspberry and coconut gave it that extra zestiness, sweetness and crunch. Refreshing and summery.

To quench our first we had our favourite tea by teapigs of peppermint tea.

I love teapigs and their peppermint tea is one of my favourite as it is not too overpowering with the mint and leaves you feeling refreshed after.

Verdict

I highly recommend Yeda Cafe whether or not if your vegan or not as all their dishes are superb as they are healthy, fresh, and very tasty.

With a range of dishes from sandwiches to pasta there is certainly a dish for everyone to enjoy.

So if you are in the area of Covent Garden and looking for great plant based food then I highly recommend popping on into Yeda as you won’t be disappointed and you will certainly leave with a smile on your face.

Help the planet become more vegan.

Visit Yeda Cafe

Yeda Cafe
55 Neal Street
London
WC2H 9PJ

Opening Times:
Mon-Wed 10:00-18:00
Thurs-Sat 10:00-20:00
Sunday closed

Discover more click here.

Thank you to Yeda Cafe for a real vegan treat.

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