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The little organic bakery

fully Fully VEGETARIAN
options VEGAN options
options ORGANIC options
English

Opening Times

monday- Saturday = 10 am to 4pm

Contact

Telephone: 01262 679800

Location

Wellington Road
Bridlington
East Yorkshire YO15 2BG

Reviews

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The little organic cafe is next door to what was Bean There and is run by Katy, who used to have the organic outdoor stall at Bempton Bird Reserve. It's a brilliant place for coffee, cakes, bean burgers. Always great home made soup. I am vegan and there are always choices both in cakes and soups. Fantastic home made bread to buy to take away. Her son runs the coffee bit and its great coffee! There"s a gallery, garden and gift shop but the reason to go is home made veggie wholesome fresh food, friendly and warm service, warm, comfortable and the nicest cafe in Brid, if you want somewhere a bit more special.... Positive penny rae
Sat, 28 Apr 2012 20:44:21 +0100
Went to eat at Bean There yesterday only to find a sign in the window saying it has closed for good. :( Seems the owner has retired? A sad loss for Bridlington and veggies alike. Neutral Glenn
Fri, 02 Sep 2011 16:02:50 +0100
I am not a vegetarian. This is best place to eat in Bridlington, all fresh home made food. The owner's and the staff are so friendly - once you've been you will always return and on top of all the good points it's so reasonable. Positive susan lawson
Sat, 21 May 2011 17:23:15 +0100
after my first visit 3 years ago i was somewhat reluctant to return but under the new owners i dont know why i waited so long. the food, with its excellant choice,came in generous portion served by staff who were curteous polite and friendly.the courtyrd garden was a sunny escape from the nearby main st. the quality was excellant and i am afraid the i over indulge in the many variety of cake-even took some home. excellant value, local artists work hangs on the wall and there is the most magnificent original cast iron range in one room,almost like being back in my grannys old farmhouse kitchen. Positive jane crawford
Mon, 26 Apr 2010 21:00:39 +0100
well first of all i cant beleave some of the negative comments i have read, I always eat at bean there when im in brid. The staff are very freindly, they always make a fuss and try there very best to please you. All the food is home made, with such a great choice it really is hard to pick. The home made bread is to die for, you really do have to try this place for yourself so u can see just how nice it is. u wont b dissapointed. Positive lynn hardy
Tue, 20 Apr 2010 20:33:00 +0100
Had a delicous meal at bean there feb 2010 plenty of choice all looked great hard to choose, had a cheese,brocc and potato pie and mushy peas, mint sauce ,onion gravy then had to share a pud, blueberry bakewell and cream as portions are so large. As the owner said PROPER YORKSHIRE PORTIONS .exellant value for money no wonder there were so many local people eating a proper superb secret of Bridlington Positive becky clarke
Mon, 29 Mar 2010 16:01:45 +0100
Very disappointed to find that this cafe has new owners who don't understand what being vegan means - it had to be explained. Extremely limited choice for vegans. I've never been to a veggie cafe that doesn't have soya milk but this one didn't! Gone are the massive slabs of gorgeous vegan cakes that the previous owners made - no vegan puddings at all in fact. I wouldn't bother coming here again. Neutral rebecca walker
Sun, 07 Jun 2009 18:33:15 +0100
My wife and I went there for lunch today. The atmosphere was warm and welcoming (on a bitterly cold day); the service was efficient and quick; the soup was tasty and filling, and we couldn't resist a pudding (though it was hard to choose). What's more, it was all very reasonable. We will certainly go again, not least to try some of the other puddings and cakes! And we are already thinking about friends who come to stay with us who would like it. The other advantage (for us) is that it is right next to the bus stop where we get off. Brilliant. Positive Roderick Thorp
Fri, 19 Dec 2008 22:50:28 +0000
We visited BeanThere a couple of years ago and really loved it. Even my meat eating husband is keen to return. There was a good choice of food and the puddings were delicious. My only criticism is that the opening hours aren't longer! Positive Tamara B
Wed, 28 May 2008 14:07:20 +0100
Are you vegan or do you have any allergies? If so - beware - the meals labelled as vegan at Bean There (mushroom flan and salad, burger and salad, tomato bake and salad) were NOT vegan when we ate there yesterday. The salad they were served with contained dairy/egg mayonnaise. The cafe has recently been taken over, and the previous owners had used non-dairy mayonnaise. We spoke to the female owner about this issue, as we felt it was very misleading to label something as vegan which actually wasn't. Not is it mocking people's rights to make choices about the food they eat, but there could be serious implications for allergy sufferers. The owner didn't understand the point we were making about the need for correct labelling, didn't apologise for serving us food containing dairy and egg, and was actually very rude. I try to give vegetarian cafes my support, but I was extremely disappointed with the lack of awareness about a vegan diet here, and the way in which our complaint was dealt with. Negative Meg Thomas
Thu, 21 Feb 2008 12:22:55 +0000
Having been patrons of the restaurant for many years beforehand, we had our wedding reception and meal at Bean There in 2004. It was a suitably special venue on a very special day for us both. The owners and staff have invested a lot of themselves into making it more than just 'somewhere to eat' - consequently we have a lot of happy family memories associated with it, and hope to eat there again someday. Prices are very reasonable considering the quality and variety of the food on offer. The selection of puddings come especially highly recommended! Positive Ruth
Wed, 11 Jul 2007 12:14:47 +0100
We have been vegetarian for 21 years and this is definately the besteating place we have dined in within the UK (and we have dined in many!)Thestaff are great and the vast menu even better. Bridlington might not be themost obvious place to have excellent healthy, organic food but it is wellworth incorporating a visit to 'Bean There' with a bracing coastal walk. Positive David & Judy Fullerton
Wed, 02 May 2007 00:00:00 +0100
Bean There is my favourite veggie food and watering hole. Not that I'm biased or anything because I design their leaflets but the Bean There Gang are absolutely passionate about their food, service and the environment. As soon as you walk in the door, see a smiley face and feast your eyes on the food, you know that at that particular point in time all is well in the world and it's good to be alive. My favourite dish would be the black olive tart served with huge portion of assorted salads. The homemade bread is just lovely and favourite puddings are too numerous to mention. Try it, you don't know what you're missing. Neutral Sally
Fri, 23 Sep 2005 00:00:00 +0100
We've been there twice recently!!! Food excellent - spoilt for choice. Wholesome home- cooked good quality food. Staff are very friendly and the restaurant is child friendly. Our three year old really enjoys herself there. Excellent value. Positive Tony, Alison and Lucy McIntyre
Sun, 22 Sep 2002 00:00:00 +0100
As a non vegetarian a visit to this restaurant/cafe has certainly changed my opinion and appreciation of quality veggie food. I found the grade 2 listed building very refreshing and welcoming. The owner/chef served the food and made my initial hesitancy as to what to choose from the vast menu a small detail. The menu is too vast to detail but all ingredients are organic, everything is home-made *you must try the variety of breads* and puddings to die for. The average meal ranged from £3 to £5. I was so impressed that after lunch I found myself booking a table for the Saturday evening, and the fact the cafe is a BYO made the evening a very affordable occassion. I am now a convert but alas I have not found anywhere to meet the high standards that Bean There offers. I now find many an excuse to visit Bridlington as I need to sample the menu again and again and again. Positive Sue Ainsworth
Fri, 19 Jan 2001 00:00:00 +0000

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