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Wildebeest


Wildebeest opened earlier this year in Falmouth & we love it!
Not only is all the food (& drink) vegan, but every dish is imaginative - full of colour, fabulous flavours & it's all completely wholesome too!
The cafe has a great atmosphere, very chilled - with friendly staff. 
There is a huge chalk board on the wall of the cafe, as well as on the inside of the toilet doors for customers to get creative & enjoy reading!

Even though it's about 30 miles away from us - we've still managed to visit quite often & met up with family & friends to share the experience... 
We feel very lucky to have such a nice place to go - which has to be one of the best vegan eateries around!!! 
















































Are your mouths watering?

For those of you who think vegan food is bland & boring - visit Wildebeest & give your taste buds a treat... Maybe it will convince you to think more compassionately about animals, because you really don't need to eat them or their secretions!!!

Save some lives & check out these websites:
If anyone would like our advice on becoming vegan just drop us a line:
justhumansbeing@gmail.com

Hope you are having a wonderful vegan weekend!

Kay & Sime
xx 



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