The Hornbeam Cafe is now proudly the first 100% plant-based vegan cafe in Walthamstow
The Hornbeam Cafe and Centre has been running as a vegetarian cafe and community hub for 30 years. This month we have become the first fully vegan cafe in Walthamstow serving 100 per cent plant-based food and drinks (we will no longer serve dairy milk or eggs with brunch).
We are delighted to welcome our new kitchen team – Kitchen Manager Frankie and a new chef, who both have amazing culinary credentials plus huge enthusiasm to make people’s experience at the cafe better than ever.
Frankie grew up on an organic veg farm in Devon, which his parents still run, with a shop and a box scheme – so the Hornbeam is home-from-home for him.
“I started my catering career when I was 17. I worked in a restaurant based on an organic farm so all the produce we used in the kitchen came straight from the farm.
“We are excited to be working with such beautiful seasonal produce provided by Waltham Forest’s own organic cooperative – Organiclea. We have updated our menu with the same regular favourites such as the daily curry and salad and vegan quiche and we have now rolled out the weekend brunch all week.
“We are also working on some new exciting dishes to come out soon. And of course – there is always scrumptious vegan cakes!”
The Hornbeam Cafe supports the local community and uses local suppliers such as Organiclea for all our veg. We have a fine selection of alcoholic drinks from local breweries including the Wild Card brewery in Walthamstow. Plus organic and locally produced soft drinks such as Kombucha (come and learn how to make it at their Kombucha workshop in November). We also sell Perky Blenders ethically-sourced coffee roasted in Leyton.
The Hornbeam also has a fair-trade policy so that a fair price can be paid to producers, suppliers and staff.
MORE NEWS FROM THE HORNBEAM
- Hornbeam Nights are amazing… but we need some help. Please support us to keep running environmental and social change workshops, Live Music events and Pop-up Supperclubs. Please visit www.spacehive.com/hornbeamnights
- If you are interested in running a workshop on your own environmental or social change workshop or pop up supper club get in touch.
- Are you a local artist? We are supporting and exhibiting local artists work in the cafe every month. Would like to have your own exhibition?
For more info on the cafe or Hornbeam Nights contact: Charlie – firstname.lastname@example.org
Please visit our website and Facebook page for a full list of events.
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