Food for Thought

Food for Thought
Cafe and coffee shop, Cardigan
13 Pendre, Cardigan, Ceredigion, SA43 1JL
Opening hours: 9:00 - 17:00 (Mon - Sat)
 Vegetarian  Vegan  Gluten Free
coffee

Fab cappuccino!

taste

The Biscoff cake and cappuccino was superb! The Jamaican goat curry is a popular amongst locals too

selection

Their tasty daily specials have something fro everyone! There’s also your staples including sandwiches, baguettes, bagels, jacket potatoes, burgers, paninis, soups and salads, alongside homemade cakes and smooth coffee

value

Cappuccino (£2.60), tea (cup £1.75, pot £2.25), English/veggie/vegan breakfast (from £7.25), American pancakes (£5.95), breakfast sandwich (£5.95), sandwiches & baguettes (from £4.95), panini (£7.95), omelettes (£6.95), burgers (from £11.50), chicken & bacon pancake (£11.95), BBQ chicken flatbread (£8.95), scotch egg (£5.75), cakes (from £2.50)

storage

Sadly there's no nearby cycle racking, however there's plenty of seating out front providing the Welsh weather is kind to you

groups

There's plenty of seating inside their welcome, modern cafe alongside terraced seating out front too

location

The coastal town of Cardigan with its famous 11th century castle is the gateway to Ceredigion and just a stones throw away from quiet, scenic roads, beaches, hilly ascents and panoramic views

Region
Ceredigion
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A fabulous find in the Welsh town of Cardigan, gateway to the Teifi Valley and county of Ceredigion and home to it’s 11th century castle. Serving up delicious homemade breakfasts, lunches, cakes and coffee it’s a welcome pitstop when exploring the west coast of Wales – be sure to give their Biscoff cake slice or Katsu curry a try!

Tasty daily lunch specials on our visit included a Moroccan vegan pitta, Jamaican goat curry, Guinness steak & mushroom pie, chicken shawarma wrap or scotch egg. Both in their specials and on their regular menu you’ll also find plenty of gluten & wheat free, celiac, vegan and veggie options alongside your staples such as sandwiches, baguettes, bagels, jacket potatoes, burgers, paninis, soups and salads.

For those early riders, breakfast includes a large English/veggie/vegan breakfast, American pancakes with smoked bacon and maple syrup, eggs with smoked salmon on sourdough or their bacon, avocado and fried egg sandwich.

The changing selection of homemade cakes are hard to resist too with flavours ranging from a Biscoff, raspberry & lemonade, carrot, chocolate orange and Malteser traybake. You ought not be surprised which we went for (old habits are hard to resist).

Cycle routes which pass nearby to Food for Thought

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