Vegan cafe in Norfolk market town

The market town of Harleston in Norfolk has a new vegan café and it looks sensational!

Hungry Cat Vegan Cafe is a brand new vegan café/deli in Harleston and they are bringing vibrant, colourful, and delicious food to the local population.

The irresistible menu contains wraps, burgers, toasties, panini, smoothies, teas, coffees, cakes as well as take home treats such as cheeses, meats, chocolates, sour cream, cooking cream and whipping cream.

Visitors can fill up on alcoholic drinks including wines and beers in addition to unique super food lattes.

The café is making a name for itself thanks to its savoury plates including scrambled tofu on toast, mushrooms on toast, and the stunning mezze platters. The specials board showcases a rotating menu with standouts including beetroot salad with hummus, pasta, vegetable bake, lasagne, and sweet potato with lentil bake… and don’t forget the sausage rolls and pies.


Of course everything is 100% vegan.

Razz from Hungry Cat sent me some details to make it easier for you to visit:

OPENING TIMES – Tuesday until Friday 9am – 4:30pm. Saturday 9am – 4pm. Sunday 9am – 3pm. Closed on Mondays.

PARKING AND LOCATION – Harleston has a lot of free parking, the closest to the café is at the East of England Co-op supermarket behind them. Take the first road on the left after the café and drive directly into the East of England Co-op. You will only have a two minute walk to the cafe. Hungry Cat is at 25 The Thoroughfare, Harleston IP20 9AS. Click here to see the exact location thanks to Google Maps.

You can follow Hungry Cat on Facebook and Instagram.

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Written by fatgayvegan

2 Comments
  1. It all looks absolutely delicious. Wish you were nearer to King’s Lynn.

  2. Looks fabulous. We’ll have to come asap.

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