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I go ahead and Smile

You know when you go to a small town or city and you find nothing to eat? What a sinking feeling, right?

This did not happen to me during my recent trip to Southsea.

Earlier this week I posted about my wondrous experience at Coco Chocolate Boutique (read about it here) and it just so happens you can also get a pretty decent vegan savoury meal on the very same street in Southsea.

Smile Cafe is as amiable an establishment as you can get. Every person working in the place was friendly, down to Earth and helpful. Their menu features vegan options clearly marked, which is highly unusual in this small cafe/diner style set up in the UK. Even though Smile is an omni eatery, I felt completely at home.

Smile of Southsea

Smile of Southsea

Check out what Josh and I enjoyed.

Juice & tea

Juice & tea

Vegan breakfast on the menu

Vegan breakfast on the menu

Vegan breakfast

Vegan breakfast

Vegan roast dinner

Vegan roast dinner

The prices were very reasonable, the service was terrific and the food was tasty. Smile Cafe really have the market cornered on decent, homemade vegan options in an omni place. There is no reason why every greasy spoon in the country isn’t doing food like this.

Follow Smile Cafe on Twitter and visit them soon in Southsea.

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