The Chapel, Abergavenny

The Chapel, Abergavenny A place where you can linger and be left alone It may not be the cheapest place for lunch in Abergavenny but the quality of the ingredients shine. The Chapel have their own vegetables and tend to use what’s in season for their menu. My choice at lunch was roasted carrots and chicory with a dukkah and labneh topping. The salad dressing was lovely with tahini and the whole thing tasted great. It cost £8.00 and worth it. They have local wines and beer too but I stick to their coffee which is very good. The Chapel
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The Kestrel Inn, Crickhowell

The Kestrel Inn, Crickhowell REVIEWED BY ANDREA SAXTON The Kestrel Inn near Crickhowell is currently offering three choices of vegetarian starters and three choices of vegetarian main courses. Last week (July 2019) I had a Vegan starter and a Vegan main course. The chef Fiona is very accommodating. Richard co-owner sources local producers for food and drink (e.g. Ty Gwyn cider). Currently they offer two choices of ice-cream which are dairy free.
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Mezze Me, Frogmore Street Abergavenny

Mezze Me, Frogmore Street Abergavenny Reviewed by Carol We tried this Turkish restaurant mid-week in Abergavenny. It was fairly quiet but we sat outside to get the last of the sun. The waitress seemed a little inexperienced but brought out our glasses of wine fairly quickly. We checked the mezze menu and all but two items were veggie or vegan. We ordered felafel, the cigari (cheese in Dili pastry) babaganoush (aubergine dip) and halloumi chips. All came to the table fairly quickly and were all tasty. However, some of the accompaniments weren’t there – no tahini sauce for the felafel
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