There's something to suit all tastes and dietary requirements at Baskerville's in Bury St Edmunds. With a huge range of vegan, vegetarian and gluten free takeaway options to choose from. If you're in need of a light snack, there's a vegan sausage roll, vegan pasty and bean pasty.
If you're in need of something a little heartier opt for a wrap ( yummy options include Cicciobomba with balsamic onions, tomatoes, fresh basil, crispy onions and house-made tapenade; Hex Mex with roast sweet potatoes and peppers, homemade quacamole with house-made sour-cream style dressing; Bombay Bad Boi with Bombay potatoes, bhaji bits and coconut yoghurt with coriander) or burrito (including BBQ jackfruit, Black Bean Beauty or create your own).
Alternatively, the Bowls of Nourishment are packed full of goodies and perfect for those wanting to eat clean. Choose from Soulful Bon, Professor Moriarty Bon, The Baskerville Bon and the Rainbow Bon.
Check out the menu on Baskerville's website.
Bay Tree Café
A popular cafe conveniently located in the centre of Bury St Edmunds, Bay Tree Cafe serves a delicious range of takeaway food, guaranteed to fill you up!
Whatever time of the day you can get breakfast to go including bacon sub roll or sandwich and sausage sub roll or sandwich; with optional egg and mushrooms. For lunch there's homemade soup and filled rolls (with fillings including egg mayo & watercress; chicken, cucumber, tomato & mayo; tuna mayo & sweetcorn and classic BLT); toasties (filled with cheddar & tomato, cheddar & onion, cheddar & smoked ham and cheddar & tuna melt); and paninis (options include brie & cranberry; mushroom, spinach & smoked cheese; and ribeye steak & fried onion).
Grab a lunch bag which includes a sandwich, crisps, drink, cookie or fruit
There's gluten-free, dairy free, vegan and vegetarian options so all dietary requirements are catered for!
Check out the menu at the Bay Tree Cafe website.
If you're looking for something a little special whilst on the go, Wright's Cafe serves a delicious selection of posh cheese toasties, speciality coffee, freshly pressed juices, salads and other homemade treat to take away.
Made with organic sourdough, the posh toasties include The Suffolk Reuben (with home cured salt beef, dill pickles, sauerkraut, Russian dressing and melted Swiss cheese); Bloody Mary infused Beef Short Rib (with Jacobs ladder infused with Bloody Mary spices and slow cooked in a tomato passata with mozzarella and cheddar melted cheese); Mushroom, spinach & blue cheese (with 5 mushroom exotic mix, spinach leaf, mozzarella and cheddar mix with added stilton); Plum, brie & rocket (with homemade spiced plum chutney, brie, mozzarella cheddar and rocket); and Traditional Cheese & Onion (with spring onion, dijon mustard and grilled cheese).
For a lighter alternative, check out the salad bar which featured fresh daily salads, offering a wide variety of flavours and textures. You can choose a mix of as much or as little as you wish. And finish off with a slice of cake or tray bake - yum!
Check out the menu at the Wright's Cafe website.
A health & wellbeing shop which is also home to a fab cafe, Primal 8 serves a health range of salads, pastas, cold pressed fruit juices, herbal teas, Conscious raw chocolate and snacks.
Ideal for grabbing on the go, the Potato Salad Pots include Nitrate-free Chorizo, Chives with lashings of guacamole; Chipotle & Lime Mayo, sprinkled with Red Onion & Purple Carrot and Potato & chives and Egg free mayo Fresh Red onion, Purple carrot and topped with organic falafels.
Check out what's on offer at the Primal 8 facebook page.
Papaki's Deli is a popular choice for both dining in and lunch on the go. Fill your takeaway box with a selection of salads and mezze, or opt for one of the many baked delicacies including Spanakopita and Mushroom Potato filo pies, Moussakas, falafels, olives and pitta wraps.
Don't forget a sweet treat too, with cakes and pastries including apple cake with semolina, Portokalopita Orange Cake, Karydopita Walnut Cake, Pastel de Nata, caramel apple pie, lemon meringue pie and many more!
Check out what's on offer at the Papaki's Deli facebook page.
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