Findhorn food is amongst Scotland’s best vegetarian fare says Peter Irvine

A cosy eatery tucked away inside the Findhorn Foundation has been listed as one of the best vegetarian restaurants in Scotland in The Times.

The Phoenix Cafe is annexed to the Universal Hall, has indoor and outdoor seating, and serves a wide range of breakfast and lunch options as well as snacks and drinks.

The work of local artists decorate the walls. The nearby La Boheme gets a mention too.

Writer Peter Irvine, authur of Scotland the Best, says of the establishment: “You will go a long way in the north lands to find real vegetarian food, so it’s worth a detour from the main A96 Inverness-Elgin road to Findhorn and its famous intentional community, an eco-village with streets of brilliant architectural buildings and houses.

“There is a great deli as well as this vibrant caff by the “Universal Hall”. Local artists on the walls; very pleasant garden terrace.

“La Bohème, by the gate on the road in, also serves vegetarian pizzas, crêpes, juices etc, with outdoor tables under a big tree.”

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