REVIEW: The Herbivore Kitchen, Edinburgh

If there’s one thing that will stop me in my tracks, it is the words “vegan pancakes”. Seriously, no matter what I am up to, who I’m talking to, if I hear those words I loose track of what I’m doing and drift off into a world of fluffy pancakes… wait, what was I saying?

Last week I spent the day in Edinburgh chilling out and generally relaxing when my friend suggested that we go and try to vegan pancakes at The Herbivore Kitchen – OK! Now, The Herbivore Kitchen is completely vegetarian, nearly everything can be make vegan AND a lot of the food can be made gluten free – hello dream cafe.

vegan-hot-chocolate

Never one to turn down the hidden gem that it a vegan hot chocolate, I ordered one immediately. They recommend that the hot chocolate is made with coconut milk, this is a great recommendation, the hot chocolate is dreamy. It is rich, sweet and full of flavour plus how cute is the gold coloured spoon? Like honestly, adorable.

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Sgaia Streaky Bacon with Banana, Pecans and Maple Syrup

Now onto the main event, the pancakes. Three out of the four pancakes vegan and all of them are available as a wheat free pancake. Naturally, I opted for the bacon pancakes as bacon pancakes with maple syrup used to be a favourite of mine before I went vegan. I fully expected these to be ok, nothing great because you know, vegan bacon isn’t bacon. I WAS SO WRONG. The pancakes were so thick and fluffy, like eating tasty clouds of joy… yeh I’m going to stick with that description. I thought that all of those toppings much be a bit much but in actual fact they all complimented each other perfectly.

Get yourself down to The Herbivore Kitchen pronto!

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This doesn’t do the stack any justice…

 

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