17a High Street
Called in here on Saturday afternoon with a friend from Brighton (the veggie capital of the UK). I chose a sweet potato flan with potatoes, couscous salad and broccoli salad, while he had a falafel platter.
On a sunny afternoon the garden was peaceful and delightful despite being busy, and seemed a million miles away from the hustle and bustle of the high street. My meal was faultless, very tasty and a generous portion too (so much so that my pal had to help finish off the potatoes), while his only criticism was that the falafels were a little dry - although the rest of the platter was delicious.
No wonder there was a lengthy queue when we left, the place is a town favourite for veggies
The Rainbows End in Glastonbury High Street is a completely vegetarian and vegan cafe that serves fantastically tasty food at great prices. The menu incorporates a variety of influences and the food is always colourful, aromatic and delicious.
Dog and family friendly cafe ith unparalleled hospitality. I stumbled across Rainbows End accidently and had a lovely hazelnut mocha with croissant. The people here went out of their way to give exceptional customer service; I will definitely be going back for more.
I liked this little cafe, it is very cosy and it suits the name. The food is very nice for veggie and vegan food, Im not a veggie but I could tell that it was all for veggie and vegan eaters. I recommend the garlic potatoes, very yummy!
really nice cafe. They do great veggie food which is really tasty.
Love the garlic tatties and all the nice pud's.
great place to keep shelter in the winter months and have a hot chocci and a chat with mates. Staff are great and all really helpful :)
This is like a comfort food cafe, and although the offerings haven't changed that wildly in the past decade, the menu is reliable and good value. Choices such as salads, garlic spuds with quiche and pies, moussaka, soups and lovely breads. Nice little outside space to eat from. A Glasto favourite
This cafe established many moons ago is easily the best veggie cafe n Glastonbury, although being set back from the High Street it can be quite easy to miss for casual visitors to the town.
Invariably busy at lunchtimes it is usually problematic to find a seat around 1PM, and although there are three seating areas: inside the main cafe; outside in the courtyard; and in the conservatory, all can fill up very quickly. Another problem with arriving later is that some of the more popular dishes will have sold out (as I found to my dismay a couple of days ago when I got there at 2pm).
Reasonably priced and with more than adequate portion sizes, "The Rainbows" caters well for vegans and those with allergies besides just vegetarians, and has a large non-veggie following too, and it is often easy to find yourself spoilt for choice. The menus usually feature a great selection of soups and salads as well as a ginormous Greek mezze platter and huge slices of pies and tarts, so it is ideal for a substantial meal before assaulting The Tor or alternatively is great for just a coffee, a cake or a snack with its laid back attitude and friendly staff.
14 Market Place
2-4 High Street
5 Crispin Centre