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Eating Whole

fully Fully VEGETARIAN
fully Fully VEGAN
options ORGANIC options
International
Gluten Free; sugar free
control cholestral
fine dining northerners
slimmers
vegetarian, vegan, wholesome for all
young children

Opening Times

Wednesday - thurs , Friday Saturday for lunches 11am -3pm , Friday & Saturday Evening for bookings and Sunday lunches.

Contact

Telephone: 07502293703

Email: Contact Eating Whole

Contact Eating Whole

Location

25 Copley Road
Doncaster DN1 2PE

m18 south yorkshire

Reviews

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welcoming staff who went the extra mile to make sure our needs were met. Colourful and well presented food and very tasty. A homely atmosphere with joyful music, sophicated lighting; it was an environment where I did not want to leave. Evening meal £6.50. Lunches £3-£5 . excellent value for money Positive lorraine-michelle
Sun, 03 Jul 2011 00:27:54 +0000
One of those 'old school' veggie places that seem to be getting replaced in most places by smarter looking ones that only serve out 'slop'! A great place to eat, with friendly staff and perfect, market fresh veg cooked so that they keep their colour and shape... I go in every Saturday, and have a main (Red Dragon Pie a favourite!) and a pud (too many to say which is best!) and of course, an organic lager... Well priced and varied menus mean you will never leave poor or hungry! Positive Fiona Moorcroft
Wed, 20 Dec 2006 00:00:00 +0000
Lovely atmosphere (original paintings for sale on the walls) and great food. The menu always includes several vegan dishes. Open for evening meals Thurs-Sat (7.30-10.30) and most dinner times - it can get quite busy on market days. A recent meal for two (starters, main meal & sweet, plus coffee for one but no alcohol) came to £22.90. We opted for the side plate of veg this time, but the selection of cold side salads is always very good. I had mushrooms in garlic cream & wine (starter), aubergine crumble and the (delicious) walnut and coffee cake, while my partner had hummus and garlic bread, Chinese style bean balls & vegetables, and apricot cheesecake. The best praise I can give Eating Whole is that Penny's cooking was one of the reasons I decided to become a vegetarian. Positive Sheila North
Sun, 06 Jun 1999 00:00:00 +0000

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